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Microsoft's Clip Art has come to an end. Microsoft Office hide caption

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Microsoft Says Goodbye To Clip Art

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Microsoft And Sony Kick Off E3 With Dueling Announcements

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Revelers play Johann Sebastian Joust. Brent Knepper/Courtesy of jsjoust.com hide caption

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Joust To The Music: Video Game Evolves Beyond The Screen

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The game That Dragon, Cancer is an interactive memoir about raising a child with pediatric cancer. That Dragon, Cancer hide caption

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In Gaming, A Shift From Enemies To Emotions

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Jell-O Tries Out Edgy Social Media Campaign

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Janet Whitley borrows a stranger's dog to run away from a 10-foot-high plastic boulder in Washington, D.C.'s "Alley of Doom." Chris Suspect/STRATA hide caption

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Re-Creating Indiana Jones' Boulder Run In D.C.'s 'Alley Of Doom'

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Fans leave all manner of mementos at Andy Warhol's grave site, near Pittsburgh. This spring, a local Warhol impersonator wrapped the grave stone in colorful paper for an entire month. Madelyn Roehrig hide caption

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When you sit down to play Risk: Legacy, you're not starting from scratch — the game refers back to previous matches. Hasbro game designer Rob Daviau says the new version of Risk plays around "with the assumptions of what a board game should and shouldn't be." Hasbro hide caption

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New 'Risk' Game Remembers Where You Left Off

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In the video game Portal 2, players use portals to teleport themselves and objects to help solve puzzles. Valve software hide caption

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