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  • News: Australia to Finally Introduce R18+ Rating

    After considerable deliberation, the Australian federal government has reached an "in-principle" agreement over the introduction of an "adult" rating for games.

  • News: SAP hopes partners will rev up mobile apps sales

    Thousands of SAP partners who sell the Business All-in-One ERP (enterprise resource planning) suite and Business Objects analytics software can now also offer customers Sybase mobile technology and applications, SAP announced this week.

  • News: Malawi blocks social media networks to quell protests

    The government of Malawi has shut down news websites and social media networks including Twitter and Facebook and has blocked signals from radio stations in a bid to stop the coordination of demonstrations that have so far left more than 18 people dead.

  • News: Adobe recants knock on Apple's OS X Lion

    Adobe has backpedalled from a claim that its popular Flash Player did not work with OS X Lion's hardware acceleration, saying that a testing mistake led it to the wrong conclusion.

  • News: Microsoft Appeases Tribe Over 'Tulalip' Code Name

    If it's not enough that Microsoft had to scramble when a reference to its apparently semi-secret social networking project, Tulalip, slipped out, the software giant then had to deal with trademark concerns by the neighboring Tulalip tribe.

  • News: Wall Street Beat: Tech earnings show sector strength

    A raft of computer and software vendor financial results this week, including reports from IBM, Intel, Apple and Microsoft, revealed some record quarterly results and a healthy market for business technology, though clouds remain for segments of the consumer arena.

  • News: IT Outsourcing: How Offshoring Can Kill Innovation

    IT service providers are touting the benefits of outsourcing's increasingly higher-value and more complex IT work to lower-cost locales. And IT customers still hyper-focused on cost cutting in today's economic doldrums are more than willing to consider the pitch. But Harvard Business School professors David Pisano and Willy Shih argue that "moving up the value chain" with offshoring can irreversibly damage a company's—and a country's—competitiveness and ability to innovate.

  • News: Google+ Games Confirmed via Help Page

    Google+ is the hot new thing in social networking, and the addition of social gaming to the service has been rumored for a while now. Looks like it's happening soon, if the official help document is to be believed.

  • News: The Pen is Mightier than the Sword in Word Fighter

    Upcoming iOS and Android puzzler Word Fighter features a selection of characters inspired by the giants of the literary world.

  • News: Zelda's 25th Celebrated with Symphony Concert Tour

    Nintendo is celebrating the 25th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda with a series of symphony concerts, starting this October in LA.

  • News: Freeverse not updating many Mac games for Lion

    Lion has drawn a line in the sand for some older Mac applications, such as Quicken, by dropping support for running PowerPC applications via Rosetta. Now to that list you can add a number of games from Freeverse, which announced this week that it would be discontinuing several of its Mac titles.

  • News: Google+ Hits 20 Million Users. Now What?

    The number of people on Google+ has passed 20 million according to ComScore, further validating Google's biggest attempt at social networking yet.

  • News: Google scrambles to accelerate Google+ business profiles

    Demand for Google+ business profiles has reached white-hot intensity, prompting Google+ leader Vic Gundotra to acknowledge the company has been caught off guard, but pledging a fix is being fast-tracked.

  • News: iPhone 5 rumor roll-up for the week ending July 22

    Perhaps it's the heat, but this week's crop of iOSsphere rumors is pretty lackluster.

  • News: AT&T still besting Verizon in iPhone activations

    If Verizon thought it could swoop in and take AT&T's iPhone market share overnight, it thought wrong.

  • News: Preview: New screenshots for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3

    The latest instalment in the COD series is due out on the 8th November. Here are the latest screenshots.

  • News: Lodsys takes aim at Angry Birds, The Sims, Atari, and more

    If you thought those birds were angry before, hooboy. Lodsys—the company suing iOS, Mac, and Android developers for patent infringement—has added several major mobile gaming companies to that patent lawsuit, including Angry Birds developer Rovio. Also knocked over by Lodsys’s latest legal slingshot: Electronic Arts (for The Sims 3 for iPhone), Atari (for Atari’s Greatest Hits for iPhone and iPad), Square Enix (for Big Hit Baseball for iPhone and iPad), and Take-Two Interactive (for 2K Sports NHL 2K11 for iPhone).

  • News: Deep Silver to Bring Catherine to PAL Territories

    Catherine is a strange and wonderful puzzle-adventure game that we rather liked in our recent review. Up until now, though, European players have been grinding their teeth in frustration at the fact that if they wanted to play Atlus' sexy thriller, they'd have to import a copy.

  • News: Monty Mole, Thing on a Spring and More Set to Return on iOS

    We reported a few days ago that legendary 80s and 90s publisher Gremlin Graphics was set to return via original company founder Ian Stewart's new label Urbanscan. Now, in conversation with Eurogamer, Stewart has revealed the titles likely to be revived on iOS devices.

  • News: Google's Calder Doodle Reacts to a Moving Laptop

    Google is commemorating the 113th birthday of sculptor Alexander Calder with a new, funky doodle that replaces the company logo with one of Calder's mobile sculptures. Like many previous Google doodles, there's also a hidden Easter egg feature, and you'll need an accelerometer-equipped laptop to find it.



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