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Movers and Shakers in Video Games on Amazon

Movers and Shakers in Video Games on Amazon Since only the number one video game has changed, we will look at the top three then move on to the top three movers and shakers. In first is Final Fantasy XIII, in second is Super Mario Galaxy 2, and in third is New...

Jun 11 2010, 10:00am CDT

The Movers and Shakers in Video Games on Amazon

The Movers and Shakers in Video Games on Amazon The top three bestsellers in video games are Super Mario Galaxy 2 in first, in second is Red Dead Redemption for Playstation 3, and in third is Red Dead Redemption for the Xbox 360. Since there are no big changes in the...

May 27 2010, 10:30am CDT

iPhone Baby Shaker App Still Causing Controversy Less than a week after it was approved and abruptly pulled from the App Store, child abuse prevention proponents are still demanding action from Apple over the iPhone Baby Shaker application. In an open letter to Apple...

Apr 26 2009, 5:44pm CDT

Apple Apologizes for iPhone’s Baby Shaker Apple apologized today for the Baby Shaker application released in the App Store earlier this week, calling the app “deeply offensive.” Apple had pulled the $.99 app on Wednesday following outrage from child welfare...

Apr 23 2009, 7:30pm CDT