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PlayStation Experience in Las Vegas celebrates 20 years of gaming
Fans of Sony’s PlayStation gaming platforms gathered in Las Vegas last weekend to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the first console, released in Japan on December 3, 1994. The...
Edmonton-developed Dragon Age: Inquisition wins game of the year at inaugural Game Awards
In Las Vegas on Friday (December 5), the Game Awards recognized achievement in video games developed in 2014. Dragon Age: Inquisition won game of the year (the full list of...
Power up the holidays with hot tech gifts
Just in time for the holidays, here’s more electronic goodness than you could ever fit in a stocking. Video games Two games from last year are worth buying again because they’re...
Ubisoft wins big at Canadian Videogame Awards
The Canadian Videogame Awards were handed out in Toronto on Friday (November 21) for 2013 and 2014. (I was a member of the jury for both years, it should be noted.) Montreal’s...
Video-game roundup: Dragon Age: Inquisition, Far Cry 4, and Xbox One exclusives
A number of games for older “kids” are about to hit the shelves. You might already be playing Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (Activision; PS3, PS4, Windows, Xbox 360, Xbox One;...
The future according to Richard Florida and Ray Kurzweil
At the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver last night (October 22), urbanist Richard Florida and technologist and inventor Ray Kurzweil talked about the future. Florida came up...
Games power up action-packed fall
It’s a great time to be a kid who likes to play video games, because two of the best releases this fall were designed just for you. We’ll take a look at these, as well as some...
Apple announces free software upgrades
Apple today (October 16) announced free upgrades to some of its software as well as new models of iPad and Mac computers. The announcements were made to media assembled at the...
Apple unveils new iMac with Retina 5K display
In addition to revealing new iPads and free software updates today (October 16), Apple also unveiled a new iMac desktop computer with the world’s highest resolution display. The...
Apple reveals new iPad tablet details
At a media event at its headquarters in Cupertino, California today (October 16), Apple revealed details of new models of its iPad tablet (along with software updates and a new...
Evan Goldberg wonders if the Sony hack was an inside job
John Horgan should worry when two progressive NDP MLAs eye Vancouver East nomination
More thoughts on John Horgan, Jenny Kwan, Mable Elmore, and the Vancouver East NDP nomination
Top eight things to do in Metro Vancouver on Sunday, December 21
Your horoscope from December 18 to 24, 2014
The NHL Players' Association won't like this idea, but why not five-on-five all the time?
John Thomas: Leftist zombies steal Powell River municipal election
Celebrate New Year's Eve at these Vancouver restaurants and hotels
Demand for meat destroys Brazil's "underground forest"
20 years ago: Steve Dawson and Jesse Zubot blast on to the Vancouver music scene with the Spirit Merchants
Jeff O’Neil Show criticized for “misogynist BS” over Justin Trudeau questions
COPE failed to disclose real-estate firm’s donation before election
Gwynne Dyer: Climate change's impossible deal
Jeff O’Neil Show and CFOX sorry for “F, kill, or marry” segment that was in “tremendously poor taste”
Justin Trudeau targets Conservative voters in B.C. while still advancing marijuana legalization
Here's our review of The Interview anyway
Shawn Vulliez: Don’t let The Pirate Bay die
Province says transit plebiscite will be on “Metro Vancouver Congestion Improvement Tax”
The Hobbit: the Battle of the Five Armies completes the Tolkien trilogy, finally
Trinity Western University takes B.C. law society to court over Christian law school
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