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GDC preview: A few thousand video game developers walk into a bar …

The 26th annual Game Developers Conference begins this Monday in San Francisco, and we look ahead to some of the themes and projects we expect to see coming from the show.

Hands on: Apple’s Podcasts app is finally usable!

Apple finally decided to give it's Podcasts app a much needed overhaul. It's finally functional, free of usability-crippling bugs, and it got a nice visual update. But with all the great podcast apps available now, is it too little too…

NY Auto Show preview: Detroit buddies Chrysler and Carhartt team up to debut special edition 200 S

Building on its “Imported from Detroit” tag, Chrysler has teamed up with the Detroit-based apparel company, Carhartt, to produce a special edition 200S called the “2013.5.”   The 2013.5 is based on the Chrysler 200 “S”…
Home Theater

Save time and frustration with these expert installation tips for wall-mounting your TV

Most of the work involved in wall-mounting a TV is pretty straightforward, but avoiding a bunch of unnecessary holes in your wall is trickier than you might think.Check out our handy list of installation tips for a stress-free installation.

Terms & Conditions: What happens on Pandora does not stay on Pandora

For many die-hard music fans, Pandora Internet Radio remains the cream of the online streaming crop. But a look at the company's terms of service an privacy policy reveal a few key stipulations that every user should know.
Product Review

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BMW X1 review: Bavaria’s ‘Baby Bimmer’ should have stayed in Europe

The 2013 BMW X1 finally arrives on American shores, aiming to accurately blend the spirited driving dynamics of BMW’s popular performance sedans and the versatility of its SUV lineup.

Are smartphones the key to better online security?

Passwords are broken. But can multifactor authentication fix them? Smartphones could become the magic key necessary to make more secure next-gen authentication work.
Social Media

The Twitternet of things? How robots use Twitter for good … or evil

When you think of robots on Twitter, you think of spambots. But Twitter and its users can benefit from automated accounts - believe it or not.

WTF, Internet?: Thanks for another terrible ‘hot women in tech’ list we did not ask for

WTF, Internet? This week's Web indiscretion comes courtesy of Complex's awful "hottest women in tech" round up, which managed to collectively anger most (if not all) of the Internet.

2015 Nissan GT-R due for updates, will likely continue to embarrass spendier rivals

With a few highly coveted records already under its belt, the Nissan GT-R will likely rack up a few more with planned changes for 2015 model.

March Madness GIFs, wingsuit insanity and more in this week’s Staff Picks

You want to know all the best from around the Web in the past week, but you don’t want to have to look for it, right? Never fear. We’ve trolled the matrix to find the coolest, weirdest, and most interesting tidbits of the past seven…