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Netflix's CEO on Monday offered profuse apologies to customers offended when the company split its DVD and streaming services, effectively raising prices on people who used both. Rather than reverse course, though, he announced the DVD service is being spun off as an entirely separate website.
If you haven't yet experienced the wonder of thinking with portals, there's never been a better time to start: Valve has made Portal free for the Mac and PC until September 20 as part of its "Learn with Portals" initiative.
Veteran Mac development and conversion specialists Feral Interactive will bring Batman: Arkham Asylum to OS X.
GameStop has started accepting iOS devices as part of its trade-in program.
Mac users will be able to join the PC, 360 and PS3 owners already playing Deus Ex: Human Revolution, as veteran Mac publisher Feral Interactive brings the game to the OS X platform.
Riot has decided to put the Mac client for its popular free to play DotA-like League of Legends on hold indefinitely.
Hoping to boost sales of its 3D televisions among gamers, LG showed off technology that lets traditional split screen multiplayer games be played full screen.
The successful -- if not exactly critically acclaimed -- snipe 'em up series is headed to Apple's portable devices next year.
Controversial "permadeath" game One Single Life for iOS devices has two sequels on the way this month.
Macworld got to play with Sega's latest games for the iOS—Samurai Blood Show, Brick People and Sega Bass Fishing Challenge.
Logitech has a new iPad joystick that bears more than a passing resemblance to Ten One Design's Fling joystick.
Gridiron fans rejoice: EA has released Madden 12 for iPhone and iPad, bringing updates to the venerable football franchise.
Indie developer Vlambeer's breakout freeware hit is headed to iOS devices next month.