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  • Opinion: Bunch of PSP Games in the Offing for PlayStation 3

    Hello Monday, and thank you for bringing us a Sony PlayStation story without the words "hacked" or "again" in the headline. Though "again" would have worked in this instance as well, because it's what you'll be up to in gaming terms when Sony rolls out special spiffed-up PlayStation 3 versions of older PSP titles.

  • Video: Angry Bird robots under Wi-Fi control

    A number of bots were on show at the Beijing International High Tech Expo this week

  • News: PlayStation Network hack will cost Sony $170M

    Sony expects the hack of the PlayStation Network and will cost it ¥14 billion (US$170 million) this financial year, it said Monday.

  • News: Angry Birds robots under Wi-Fi control

    Robots modeled after the characters in the popular mobile game Angry Birds were controlled over Wi-Fi at the Beijing International High Tech Expo this week.

  • News: Students: Buy a PC, Get a Free Xbox

    Microsoft has announced a special offer for students looking to purchase a new PC for their studies -- a free Xbox.

  • News: Sony Hacked Again

    It seems a lot of people really have it in for Sony at the moment -- the Japanese Internet service provider arm of Sony has suffered a system intrusion.

  • Opinion: Yep, Looks Like Sony's Been Hacked Again

    Sorry Sony wonks, heave a collective sigh, shoulders slumped, heads down, and brace for more bad news: Sony's been hacked again.

  • News: Video Games Fuel Obesity?

    UK tabloid newspaper The Sun claims that video games fuel obesity, but misreports the facts of the study it's using to prove its point.

  • Opinion: L.A. Noire Causing PS3s and Xbox 360s to Overheat?

    Sometimes problems are actually problems, and sometimes they’re hobgoblins of giant cyber-hive-minds. California dreamin’ crime-spree L.A. Noire may be causing PS3s and Xbox 360s some technical consternation, but at this point it's anyone's guess how prevalent the issue is. What we have are reports scraped from public forums, which suggest a handful of users are experiencing game lockups or system freezing, linked anecdotally to overheating issues.

  • Rollei iPhone lens adds super-zoom

    German camera brand Rollei has put its name to a telephoto zoom lens that adds 8x zooming to the iPhone

  • Feature: E3 2011: Facts, Rumours and Speculation

    In a few weeks time, the great and the good of the games industry will assemble for the biggest event in the calendar: the E3 Expo. Read on for a definitive guide to what you can expect to see.

  • Feature: The five most commented stories of the week - 20 May 2011

    It's been a busy week in technology. For a start, Sony finally get the PlayStation Network up and running again.

  • News: More Lego Harry Potter This Year

    Warner Bros. and TT Games have announced that a second Lego Harry Potter game will be with us by the end of the year.

  • News: Arma 3 Coming Summer 2012

    Czech-developed military sim Arma II is a highly detailed, complex game that inspired a loyal following of fans. Developer Bohemia Interactive has announced it's working on a sequel.

  • News: L.A. Noire DLC Available June 21

    A code redemption page on Rockstar's site has revealed the release date for the first L.A. Noire DLC to be June 21.

  • News: Researchers Use Video Game to Study Language Acquisition

    Researchers at Carnegie Mellon and Stockholm Universities have used a video game featuring an "alien" language to recreate the challenges infants face when learning a language for the first time.

  • News: Cities in Motion and Magicka Benefit Japan

    Paradox Interactive's popular PC games Cities in Motion and Magicka are both releasing packs of DLC at the end of the month, with a proportion of sales going to benefit the Japan aid effort.

  • News: Gaming firms must sail past China's pirates to cash in

    Although the game was developed in the U.S., the concept behind Plants vs. Zombies knows no cultural bounds for Chinese fans like 27-year-old Sai Na.

  • Opinion: SNES Controller Mod Plays Nice With Android

    Touchscreen gaming has its charms but sometimes getting hands-on with a physical controller can't be beat. Computer Engineering graduate Rich Degenhardt decided he too would like the tactile feedback that only real buttons can provide. With that in mind, he set to work on getting a Super Nintendo controller talking to his smartphone.

  • News: The Witcher 2's Free DLC

    The first piece of DLC for The Witcher 2 is out now, and it's completely free for registered players of the game.



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