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7.18.18

Det ville kun tage Google to uger at betale EU-bøden på 4,3 milliarder euro

Margrethe Vestager er allerede kendt som den mest forhadte kvinde i Silicon Valley, og nu vil hun have Google til at hoste op med, hvad der svarer til 32 milliarder danske kroner.

4.15.16

Why Does the New Microsoft Bot Hate Drake so Much?

Every time you give Microsoft's new picture recognition bot a photo of Drake, it not only fails to recognize him, it spits it back out with some stone cold shade.

11.1.15

I’ll Never Love a Console Like I Loved My Original Xbox

It was a beast, bigger than me, but even when it broke down and my grades were slipping, I stuck by Microsoft's first games console.

9.23.15

Hands-On with ‘Halo 5: Guardians’: A Campaign to Put ‘Destiny’ to Shame

Two's company, four's a Game of the Year candidate? Thoughts on 'Halo 5''s ensemble campaign and cracking Spartan Abilities.

9.7.15

Here’s a Dozen Xbox 360 Games That Definitely Don’t Suck in 2015

With the Xbox One promising more backwards compatibility, and the Xbox 360 turning ten, here's 12 games that you need to play, today.

8.17.15

This ‘New’ Chinese Games Console Is Wonderfully Shameless

You'll swear you've seen the OUYE somewhere before.

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7.27.15

Good News, People of China: You Can Now Legally Own a Games Console

The country's lifted its nationwide ban on the sale of PlayStations and the like.

6.22.15

VICE Gaming at E3 2015: Who 'Won' What, and Why

So many people 'won' E3 2015 - and yet here we are, picking out the very best 'wins' of the conference, from 'Horizon: Zero Dawn' to HoloLens.

6.17.15

VICE Gaming at E3 2015: Day Two Round Up

From augmented reality with the HoloLens to the future of triple-A adventure in 'Horizon', day two of E3 rocked.

3.21.15

The 'Netflix for Video Games' Is Coming Soon

From Life is Strange to Game of Thrones and Resident Evil, episodic gaming is a growing trend that's only getting bigger.

3.14.15

Filmmakers Still Don’t Understand Video Games

'Halo: Nightfall' offers disappointing evidence that the worlds of movies and games remain tough to unite.

10.29.14

The Man in the Web

Jon Karlung, the chairman of the company who look after Wikileaks' servers, on his fight for online freedom.

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