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Gaming & Play Gaming Brand Atari Has Created Its Own Cryptocurrency

The company is jumping on the digital currency bandwagon with Atari Token, which can be used by customers to purchase games, movies and more

Advertising Beats Co-Creator Crafts Earphones Inspired By US Athletes

The headphones are designed for activity and feature a fully-integrated amplifier and audio equalizer

Design PSFK Pulse: Atari, Augmented Reality and American Girls

Kickstart your day with an American Girl TV episode and a drone-attacking eagle

Technology 15 Stories You Need To Know Today

France to tax Internet giants, Microsoft hires viral designer and Atari files for bankruptcy...links to start your day with.

Innovation Photographs Depict Iconic Video Games In The Real World

Artist Patrick Runte imagines what it would look like if Tetris blocks and other icons were anthropomorphized into the real world

Home Could Games Be The New Antidepressants?

PSFK picks the brain of Kill Screen magazine founder, Jamin Warren, about the exciting breadth of the current gaming community and why he thinks that games that affect our moods are the next frontier.

Work Confessions Of A Mad Man: Two Douchenozzles & A Prince -- Douchenozzle Part II

In his tell-all memoir, author George Parker holds forth about what it's really like to work in the steamy ad world, as popularized by AMC's Mad Men. All it's cracked up to be? Read to find out.

Luxury Confessions Of A Mad Man: Two Douchenozzles & A Prince -- Douchenozzle Part I

In his tell-all memoir, author George Parker holds forth about what it's really like to work in the steamy ad world, as popularized by AMC's Mad Men. All it's cracked up to be? Read to find out.

Design (Pics) What If Gadgets Could Time Travel?

Illustrator and designer Alex Varanese takes today’s popular gadgets back in time.

Gaming & Play (Pics) Upcycled Atari 2600 Lamp

An Instructables member has found a practical use for an ancient video game system.

Technology (Video) New York: Pixelated

In Patrick Jean's latest short film, the City of New York is transformed into a pixelated nightmare, worthy of Atari and Nintendo fans everywhere