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Bowser crashes Mario Party 10

In addition to the return of Mario Kart and Super Smash Bros., Nintendo is giving the next-gen update to another of its couch-play classics, Mario Party 10, coming to Wii U in 2015.
Mobile

Traffic held at a standstill in Europe, as cab drivers protest Uber

Thousands of taxi drivers in Europe's biggest cities blocked roads and held demonstrations in protest against Uber, which recently expanded its operations to places such as London, Paris, and Berlin.
Computing

Intel pushes for wireless charging, agrees to partner with WiTricity

Intel has reached an agreement with WiTricity which could pave the way for Intel chips with wireless charging tech built in down the line.
Mobile

Mozilla brings $25 Firefox smartphones to India and Indonesia

Mozilla will bring $25 Firefox OS smartphones to India and Indonesia in the next few months. These super low-cost devices will target first-time smartphone users and buyers. Mozilla has also set its sights on China for future ventures.
Home Theater

Polk returns to E3 with its Striker audiophile gaming headset

This week at E3 2014, Polk revealed a new $90 audiophile gaming headset dubbed "Striker." The headset has the Baltimore-based company's proprietary Dynamic Balance driver technology on board, as well as a built-in boom mic, and…
Gaming

Infamous: Second Son has its first daughter in standalone DLC First Light

In the torrent of announcements at Sony's E3 conference yesterday was confirmation of Infamous: Second Son's first DLC, First Light, a standalone prequel following Fetch Walker.
Cars

Dark Knight stalls: Batman Tumbler replica barred from Gumball 3000

A Batman Tumbler replica commissioned by Team Galag from Saudi Arabia won't make this year's Gumball 3000 because of numerous quality issues. Luckily, the real Dark Knight has a better mechanic.
Gaming

E3 First Look: Combat takes a high-tech turn in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

Activision's "power changes everything" tagline appears to ring true in what we've seen so far from Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
Photography

Butterfleye camera keeps tabs of your home with thermal, motion detection

The Butterfleye camera uses heat, motion, and facial detection to track activity inside your home. The mobile device is easy to install and use, and works with your smartphone to alert you of home activity when you're away.
Gaming

15 PlayStation 4 exclusives that were revealed at E3

E3 is right around the corner and now is the time to start paying attention to what the biggest players are going to bring to the table. Read here for the latest in Sony news.
Cars

Two gamers will pilot the Nissan ZEOD RC into history at Le Mans

With its pointed shape and hybrid powertrain, the Nissan ZEOD RC is a very unusual race car, and so of its drivers. Two of the three are former gamers from Nissan's GT Academy program.
Home Theater

Polk’s Hampden powered speakers with Bluetooth aim to jazz up your desktop

The Baltimore-based audio maker announced yesterday that it has engineered a new pair of powered speakers with Bluetooth compatibility dubbed the "Hampden." The versatile 2.0 system, with a potent 80 watts and tasteful teak veneer, is right…