Randy A. Salas

Digital Producer | Features
Phone: 612-673-4542
Randy Salas is the assistant features editor of the Star Tribune. When he's not watching DVDs, he's playing video games -- occasionally even both at the same time. (It can be done). In Randy's world, life is high-def.

Recent content from Randy A. Salas

Summer smashes bring fall DVDs

"Transformers," "Up" and a host of TV shows are due on disc this season.

Updated: September 12, 2009, - 09:51 PM

Video games: Yeah, Yeah, Yeah

Fab Four's video game is fun and challenging, too.

Updated: September 10, 2009, - 11:54 AM

Will 'Beatles: Rock Band' be fab formula for gamers?

The much-awaited release might help revive slumping sales.

Updated: September 07, 2009, - 10:46 PM

BEATLEMANIA: A little help from some friends

Today brings the entire reissued catalog of the Fab Four's albums, followed by their video-game debut in the latest "Rock Band."

Updated: September 07, 2009, - 10:45 PM

Video games: The fall of games

Industry hopes "The Beatles: Rock Band" and other big autumn titles will help it out of a slump.

Updated: August 27, 2009, - 10:30 AM

PlayStation 3 price drop unlikely to boost Blu-ray

Owners of the game system have been slow to adopt the format.

Updated: August 24, 2009, - 05:26 PM

Twitter's universe is expanding

Twitter is more popular -- and relevant -- than ever. Of course, with that popularity comes a host of things orbiting around the social network, where tweeple broadcast their messages to the world in 140 characters or less.

Updated: June 30, 2009, - 06:42 AM

There's probably an app for that

With more than 25,000 little programs to make the iPhone and iPod Touch better, getting suggestions from other users comes in handy.

Updated: June 09, 2009, - 07:51 AM

You've got Obama's mail

President Obama loves his BlackBerry. The nation's e-mailer-in-chief once said they'll have "to pry it out of my hands" when he fought government handlers over whether he'd be allowed to keep his treasured mobile device.

Updated: June 05, 2009, - 06:02 PM

Electric Fetus has an answer to iTunes

With a new service called ThinkIndie, the nation's independent record stores offer local bands a grassroots download alternative.

Updated: May 01, 2009, - 07:28 AM

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