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  • News: Report: Microsoft to Acquire Skype for $8.5bn

    Microsoft has acquired the online communication giant for $8.5 billion, and plans to integrate the service into its devices while continuing to support and develop it on other platforms.

  • News: Ntrails weekly online games launches

    A new online game that takes web users on a hunt around the net every week has been launched.

  • News: New Xbox rumour 'a fabrication'

    Last week, rumors circulated that EA already had its hands on the new Xbox hardware. Now, a representative of EA has denied the claims.

  • News: It's official: Games are art

    The US federal government's National Endowment for the Arts program has declared video games a valid form of art, and eligible for funding.

  • News: PSN service 'back by May 31'

    A Sony spokesperson claims that the PS3 and PSP's online service will be back up and running by May 31 -- which would bring the total downtime to 41 days.

  • Feature: Five of the best free games on the web

    Sony's PlayStation Network may still be down, but fear not. You can get your gaming fix with these free downloads from the web.

  • News: Sony delays restoring PlayStation Network

    Sony has delayed restoring its PlayStation Network gaming service.

  • News: Capcom: It Was a Very Good Year

    Capcom just had an excellent fiscal year and attributes its success to the diversity of the products in its catalog, as well as the platforms it is supporting.

  • News: EA Has New Xbox

    Sources have told Develop that the new Xbox not only exists, but that EA already has its hands on it and is developing first-generation software.

  • News: Stringer Issues PSN Apology

    Sony president Sir Howard Stringer has come out of hiding to offer a formal apology for the PSN disaster.

  • News: Pre-Order Zelda 3DS from Greece

    Nintendo Greece has announced the pre-order bonuses for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D -- and they're pretty sweet.

  • News: THQ: Homefront Could Equal CoD

    THQ CEO Brian Farrell believes his company's new shooter franchise could reach the level of success that Call of Duty currently enjoys.

  • Opinion: PSN Almost Back as Threat of Fresh Hacking Looms

    Two weeks and two days in, the PlayStation Network remains down, and it's still anyone's guess when it'll be back--could be today, could be a week from today. Sony's added a few new entries to its Playstation blog info-creep, including a note that its "global network and security teams" have moved into "final stages" testing.

  • Feature: The five most commented stories - 6 May 2011

    It's been a busy week in tech this week. While the outage of Sony's PlayStation Network has dominated IYT news this week (and our readers are pretty unhappy about it), there's been lots of other things going on, including the release of the Motorola Atrix smartphone and a new version of Linux.

  • Feature: The strangest games of 2011

    From nightmares about sheep to boulders with faces, PC Advisor unearths the most original games of the year.

  • News: Disney Confirms Black Rock Layoffs

    Disney Interactive's internal development company, Black Rock Studios, is reducing its workforce, but is continuing to work on its unannounced project.

  • Video: Sony apologises for PSN hack

    Plus: Osama bin Laden's death breaks a Twitter record, Intel intros a new transistor and the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone shows up in Europe

  • News: Assassin's Creed: Revelations

    The fourth Assassin's Creed game, which still isn't Assassin's Creed 3, is on the way this November from Ubisoft.

  • News: EA Trims Losses

    EA recorded a large loss for the financial year ended March 31, but is hopeful Battlefield 3 will see considerable success against its rivals.

  • News: Hack Sets Your 'Angry Birds' Saved-Game Data Free

    Angry Birds is the undisputed king of smartphone games at the moment. However, it you own more than one smartphone, or own, for example, an iPhone and iPad, it's pretty annoying to lose your saved game and start over. Rovio previously said they would look at a way of syncing saved-game data, but there has been no word on the progress of the move as yet. Forunately, for those who are a little impatient, there's a way to solve this annoyance.



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