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World Tech Update: Microsoft puts Office on the iPad and Facebook's $2 billion VR bet

Video roundup of the week's biggest tech stories

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Missing Pieces: Oculus overload, Titanfall cheater island, and COD meets Ahnold

Predators, burning goats, and Wimbledon--this is all the gaming news that's fit to print in a round-up for the week of March 24.

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Hands-on: Lego Minifigures Online could bankrupt every parent on Earth

Hey kids, buy this toy and you get another character in the online game! Genius.

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Windows Phones to get better gaming, battery with DirectX 12

Better gaming via DirectX 12 isn't only for PCs and consoles, Qualcomm says

Minecraft creator cancels Oculus Rift port talks after Facebook buy

The creator of Minecraft says any hope of bringing the popular world-building game to the Oculus Rift is out now that Facebook bought Oculus VR.

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Rapid Reaction: Facebook buys Oculus

Jason Snell and Philip Michaels react to Facebook's $2B purchase of VR-headset maker Oculus.

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Xbox One's price disadvantage disappears with new bundle

Best Buy and Walmart are offering a bundle that makes Microsoft's Xbox One cheaper than the Sony Playstation 4.

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World Tech Update: Sony enters VR gaming with Project Morpheus, Google's new Android Wear

Virtual reality startup Oculus releases a new Rift development kit

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Meet the future of PC graphics: Microsoft reveals faster, console-like DirectX 12

Witness the future of gaming graphics: Leaner, meaner, and closer to the metal.

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Yahoo lures third-party developers with Games Network

Yahoo Games Network touts claimed audience of 800 million for game-makers

EA Games site hacked to steal Apple IDs

The attackers sought credentials and other personal information through a phishing scheme, researchers said

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Marmalade spreads iOS games to Android

The company's new Juice tool lets developers use Objective-C but still offer apps on Android tablets and smartphones

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Mobile games could look better with ray-tracing tech from Imagination

Imagination Technologies introduces a ray tracing processor in its latest mobile GPU.