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  • News: Choose Your Side Wisely in The Secret World

    A few days ago, we reported on the pre-beta The Secret War event which potential players of Funcom's upcoming MMO The Secret World would be able to participate in. It turns out that the choice of faction players make in this pre-game ARG will have significant consequences -- once you've chosen your faction, there's no changing.

  • News: Activision Sells 18 Million Black Ops Map Packs

    Activision reported during a recent conference call that its digital revenues are up by approximately 22% to $1.7 billion for the 12 month period ending June 2011, and that this success can be at least partly attributed to the success of Call of Duty: Black Ops' map packs.

  • News: Concur agrees with Salesforce.com cloud strategy

    Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) using Salesforce.com will soon have another option to track their travel expenses with the announcement of a new offering built on Force.com yesterday.

  • News: DHS warns of planned Anonymous attacks.

    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security today issued a somewhat unusual bulletin warning the security community about the planned activities of hacking collective Anonymous over the next few months.

  • News: Starz Ditches Netflix and Everybody Loses

    On the same day that Netflix's controversial new pricing model became reality, the company also lost its contract with Starz -- which means some of Netflix's best and newest content will disappear come February 28, 2012. It's a mostly lose-lose situation, but Starz's departure could mean big cable companies' return to prominence, and the dilution of low-cost streaming video.

  • News: iPhone 5 rumor roll-up for the week ending Sept. 2

    This week's iPhone 5 rumor harvest shows a certain desperation and perhaps oxygen starvation: The iOSsphere is living on rumors built on rumors built on other rumors.

  • News: Security rundown for the week ending Sept. 2

    A mish-mash of security issues came up this week, everything from how to protect virtualized environments to a system that protects copper in utility sites from robbery and a story about digital certificate thefts.

  • News: Samsung announces new optical drive with Wi-Fi connectivity

    Samsung on Friday announced its new SE-208BW Smart Media Hub. The SE-208BW is an optical disk drive that is equipped with Wi-Fi. Users can stream CDs and DVDs to smartphones, tablets, and computers.

  • News: Google investors sue Page, Schmidt over $500M settlement with DOJ

    Google's board of directors and several of its executives, including CEO Larry Page and chairman Eric Schmidt, were sued this week in a pair of lawsuits that claimed they breached their fiduciary duties by facilitating illegal imports of prescription drugs.

  • News: Google highlights advances in copyright protection

    Google, which has faced intense criticism for years over copyright issues, said on Friday it has made progress on four copyright-protection initiatives it outlined in December.

  • News: Gracenote intros eyeQ integrated catch-up TV service

    Gracenote has announced the availability of an integrated electronic programme guide that allows viewers to search through content across all the disparate video on demand, libraries and catch-up TV services on smart TVs. Its eyeQ IPG (interactive programme guides) will work across EPGs in 22 European countries.

  • News: Who Loves WebOS? Not Samsung, Not Anyone

    More and more, WebOS seems like an operating system that not even its own mother could love.

  • News: Parallels Desktop 7 adds Lion virtualization, more

    Parallels has announced the release of Parallels Desktop 7.0, its popular virtualization solution for OS X. The new version introduces a number of features designed to make the product run better under Lion.

  • News: BlackBerry PlayBook getting the TouchPad deep discount treatment

    It seems the only way to beat Apple and its iPad in the tablet market these days is to knock down your prices to the point of unprofitability.

  • News: Vodafone to enhance TV services with LTE

    Vodafone Germany is preparing to use LTE (Long Term Evolution) to enhance TV services, while the arrival of smartphones and tablets from Samsung and HTC in the beginning of next year will help the technology take off in Europe.

  • News: Samsung's U.S. plans for new Galaxy Note and Tab 7.7 remain unclear

    Samsung has 'no plans' to bring its new, stylish Galaxy Note and Galaxy Tab 7.7 devices to the U.S. market, according to a blogger reporting from the IFA event in Berlin.

  • News: White iPod touch on the way?

    More evidence that Apple plans to release a white iPod touch has emerged after a Japanese website discovered a white headphone jack for the device.

  • News: Lost iPhone prototype case - two plead not guilty

    Two suspects in an incident that led to the loss of an iPhone 4 protoype in a bar in California last year have pleaded not guilty to charges of misdemeanor theft.

  • News: Special PS3 Revealed for Studio Ghibli's Upcoming Game

    While it's not quite as classy as using the game's logo, Ni No Kuni is getting a special edition PS3 for its upcoming Japanese release. The gold-colored system comes with a matching controller and a copy of the game.

  • News: Netflix Loses Movie Partner Starz

    Ok, this isn't really "gaming" news, but since a lot of you, like me, probably spend just as much time on your console watching Netflix as you do playing games, we thought we'd help spread the word about Starz ditching Netflix. According to the L.A. Times, "Premium cable network Starz Entertainment will end its deal to provide movies to http://www.gamepro.com/article/news/221052/netflix-jacking-up-prices-by-50/, a surprise decision that will deprive the popular online video service of its most valuable source of recently released movies."



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