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MTV has been active in encouraging younger voters to get to the polls for well over 20 years. In 1992 they brought the "Choose or Lose" campaign to the airwaves, and in the decades since they have frequently partnered with nonprofit Rock the Vote to air initiatives encouraging 18-24 year-old voters to get to the… »
We know video games are big in pop culture: millions of us, of all ages, play them every day. We know they're big in business: the video game industry in the United States alone is worth over $25 billion annually, to say nothing of the rest of the world. And it seems that the United States government knows how big a… »
New game designer Hannah Wyman won a trip to New York, got a grant for her school, educated kids, and met the President of the United States. And she managed it all around her dance lessons and her homework, because she's eleven years old. »
Galileo discovered the language of nature. Einstein questioned the color of rainbows. Today's physicists ponder the vertical acceleration and horizontal velocity of an angry bird in flight.
Cell phone owners from all walks of life have flocked to popular, affordable mobile game Angry Birds for its bite-sized… »
Armed with M-4 automatic rifles, swathed in body armor and combat fatigues, the five man U.S. Special Forces Airborne entry team stacks up outside the entrance to the house. »
Nintendo is teaming with The National Association for Music Education to get the Wii and Wii Music into schools, the two announced today. »