Could action video games help people with dyslexia learn to read?

In addition to their trouble with reading, people with dyslexia also have greater difficulty than typical readers do when it comes to managing competing sensory cues, according to a study reported February 13 in Current Biology, a Cell Press publication. The findings suggest that action video games might improve literacy skills in those with dyslexia, which represent five to ten percent of the population.

Flying Swords of Dragon Gate clip cuts off the mask

Bona International Film Group has posted a clip of its upcoming North American release of Flying Swords of Dragon Gate.

Flying Swords of Dragon Gate trailer parts the sand

Bona International Film Group has posted a trailer for its pcoming North American release of Flying Swords of Dragon Gate.

Jackie Chan rethinks retirement

We recently reported that one of the best action stars around, Jackie Chan, was planning on retiring.

Jackie Chan catapults into semi-retirement



So this is definitely bummer news for fans of martial arts and great stuntwork, myself included.

Americans cool on global warming action

Public support in the US for government action on climate change has fallen over the last two years, thanks to political rhetoric and a bit of cold weather.

Action games tune decision-making skills

Video gamers make the right real-life decisions more quickly, according to scientists from the University of Rochester.