In July, TIME asked readers all over the world to take pictures with their phones and post them on Instagram with the tag #TIMEwireless. We received 31,429 submissions, from more than 120 countries and all seven continents …
At the press site at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, one figure stood out among the crowd gathered to watch the final launch of the space shuttle Discovery last year.
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We have some bad news, friends: Peter Ha has left the Techland family. We’d like to wish him good luck at his new position at News Corp, where he started today.
Peter arrived at Time.com as the new technology editor in September 2009 to help us jumpstart Techland. The site has come a long way since then and we’re grateful for all of …
Starcraft II players beware, Blizzard’s new game may overheat your video card.
The issue has been around for about two weeks now, but finally hit home (literally) when my own video card went kaput running Starcraft II this past weekend.
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The issue at hand? …
TIME.com posted a great gallery of photos from inside Universal Studios’ new Harry Potter theme park in Orlando, Fla., where photographer Colby Katz got a sneak preview of the Hogwarts magic come to life. The park will celebrate its grand opening on Friday, June 18. CLICK HERE to view the gallery.
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