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New videogames expand vast Pokemon empire

b>NEW YORK:/bPokemon has been around almost as long as Justin Bieber has been alive. Among a certain demographic, the fierce little 'pocket monsters' generate the type of obsessive fandom reserved for the biggest entertainment icons, be they the hottest new toys or dreamiest teen crooners.


Apple moves to stop kids racking up iTunes bills

b>NEW YORK/b>: Apple Inc has changed how purchases inside iPhone and iPad games are authorised after customers complained that their kids were racking up hundreds of dollars worth of charges.


Nintendo 3DS could help ID vision issues

b>NEW YORK:/bEye specialists in the United States are welcoming the Nintendo 3DS game device, dismissing the manufacturer's warnings that its 3D screen shouldn't be used by children aged six or younger because it may harm their immature vision.


Dad sues Apple after kid spends RM600 at iTunes

b>NEW YORK:/bApple is facing a lawsuit from a Pennsylvania man whose nine-year-old daughter racked up US$200 (RM640) in charges buying 'Zombie Toxin' and other game items on her iPod.


Twitter users mourn loss of Steve Jobs

b>PETALING JAYA:/bThe Twitterverse was a potpourri of condolence tweets as news of the death of Apple Inc's former CEO broke this morning.


A plus from Google

How many is too many when it comes to social networks? With big boy Facebook leading the pack, can the fledgling Google+ network still make an impact?


Game on in May

THINGS are finally starting to pick up in the month of May for games in general.


Poll: Jazzed-up Microsoft is cooler than before

A Reuters/Ipsos poll found that just under half of 853 respondents between the age of 18 and 29 thought Microsoft is cooler now than it was a year or two ago.


It’s a hoax, folks

This video that made the rounds recently was so fantastic and believable that it was inevitable it would get as many views as it did.


YouTube starts paid subscription service

YouTube is dipping its toe into pay television by starting a subscription service with 30 content creators.