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E3 poll: Xbox One vs. PS4, plus 5 things to know in the console wars

If the console wars between PlayStation and Xbox had been languishing the last few weeks, the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) media presentations by Sony and Microsoft launched gamers back into the ... read more

Talking Point: The Next-Gen Console War is Wii U's to Lose

We're really talking about the basics of the marketplace that console manufacturers are scrapping over ... Wii U cannot and will not win over the 360 and PS3 crowd that eagerly upgrade, but it can off... read more

PM fights for survival in Hunger Games speech

This speech! Planned for months, it has over the last 72 hours metastasized horribly into a make-or-break political event, a Hunger Games-style ordeal of impossible intricacy in which the PM, to save ... read more

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Unhinged by Obama

"We will not negotiate the terms of our economic and political servitude." Levin imagines himself as Mel Gibson's William Wallace, who chose death over submission to a despot, shouting "Freedom!" as h... read more

Soapbox: My Nintendo's Updated Rewards Scheme Is Anything But Rewarding

Sure, I didn’t need to save for months on end to be able to afford some hanafuda cards, but they were the kind of item I couldn’t get anywhere else at the time, so it felt worth the effort ... and are ... read more

The suicide bomber from a respectable home

To his friends, the only thing Shehzad Tanweer was fanatical about was cricket. But after events of last July, his family had to come to terms with the knowledge that the 22-year-old sports science st... read more

Where self-interest meets self-effacement

The Abbott government might need to redefine what it sees as self-interest in the relationship with Indonesia, writes Jonathan Green. The truth of it is that in some respects no area of political life ... read more

A Conservative Defense of ObamaCare

But one eminent conservative legal scholar says: Dream on. Harvard Law professor Charles Fried, who was solicitor general under President Ronald Reagan, believes the constitutional argument against Ob... read more

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