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'New Super Mario Bros. 2' trailer stays golden

Apple demos more iPad apps, includes new iMovie (videos)

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It’s game time for Apple’s new iPad thanks to advanced internal specs making better multimedia software for the iOS tablet possible....
Apple demos more iPad apps, includes new iMovie (videos)

Most Brands Failed To Connect Super Bowl Ads To Social Media

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Forget what all those ad executives tweeting on #brandbowl and #whartonfoa told you last night: There were 87 commercials during last night's Super Bowl, but very few of them failed to meaningfully connect their message to their social media platforms. The ad execs praised the use of Twitter hashtags, even...
Most Brands Failed To Connect Super Bowl Ads To Social Media

New York's Chinatown Fair arcade hits reset, plays a new game

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When Chinatown Fair closed in March of last year, Filmmaker Kurt Vincent went to work documenting the New York arcade's final days, continuing to return to the location after it shuttered to work on his upcoming film, Arcade. Imagine his surprise when he ran into Lonnie Sobel, the famous...
New York's Chinatown Fair arcade hits reset, plays a new game

New Beginnings

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Mary Dedinsky, my newswriting professor at Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism, taught me early on to not bury the lead. So here I go: Kass and I have agreed to sell Buddy Media to salesforce.com. Now that that’s over, let me tell you a story – a story about...
New Beginnings

Game time: Oracle, Google set to face off over Android

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On Monday, Google will finally get a chance to defend Android–the leading mobile operating system in the world, the linchpin of its mobile strategy and a lightning rod for criticism–in open court against those who charge Google has stolen its way into the smartphone market, as Oracle’s lawsuit against the...
Game time: Oracle, Google set to face off over Android

Inhabitat's Week in Green: electric taxis, paper robots and a cathedral of 55,000 LEDs

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Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green. This week Inhabitat saw the light as we reported on several spellbinding new projects around the world -- including an incredible cathedral made from...
Inhabitat's Week in Green: electric taxis, paper robots and a cathedral of 55,000 LEDs

SimCity beta kicks off January 25th, feeds our city-building ambitions

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While we can't speak for everyone, SimCity's urban construction triggers fond memories for more than one of us -- mostly the small thrills of building our first arcologies or getting statues in our honor. A chance to feed our nostalgia (and megalomania) is coming quickly with the advent of...
SimCity beta kicks off January 25th, feeds our city-building ambitions

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SportStream partners with Seattle Seahawks to create dedicated realtime social stream

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; NFL fans are a passionate lot. So when someone claims that their product is “increasing engagement” and driving “richer online conversations” among this audience, I’m both skeptical and intrigued. That company, SportStream, is regarded by many as the premium second screen app in sports. Now, the startup is announcing...
SportStream partners with Seattle Seahawks to create dedicated realtime social stream
Analyst suggests The Old Republic is already losing subscribers

Samsung Launching Device With Their First Ever Super Bowl Ad

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Samsung has big plans for Super Bowl Sunday. They just tweeted that a  device will be launched alongside their first ever Super Bowl ad, stating that “only an ad in America’s biggest game can do it justice.” They also mentioned that it will be one of the longest ads...
Samsung Launching Device With Their First Ever Super Bowl Ad

Animal Crossing: New Leaf - review

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3DS; £29.99; Nintendo; Pegi 3 (Universal)It has been a dozen years since the first Animal Crossing, and there's still nothing quite like it. These are perhaps Nintendo's warmest and most human games; part town-builder, part life simulator, each an evolving paradise for its players. New Leaf casts you as the...
Animal Crossing: New Leaf - review

wilsonmorewin: Each NFL Super Bowl game ball isn't complete...

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wilsonmorewin: Each NFL Super Bowl game ball isn't complete until both competing team's names are laser engraved into the leather. Almost game time....
wilsonmorewin: Each NFL Super Bowl game ball isn't complete...
Grim but real player stats: 85 percent of social gamers do not return after the first day playing

Nokia’s Lumia gambit: TNW’s take on the company’s biggest bet

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It’s game time for Nokia, as the firm has initiated its advertising campaign to launch the Lumia 900, its great hope for a massive return to glory in the United States, a critical mobile market. We’ve written much on the Lumia 900, a handset that we have reviewed favorably in our testing thus...
Nokia’s Lumia gambit: TNW’s take on the company’s biggest bet

Xbox makes a play for hoops fans with NBA Game Time

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After unveiling expanded sports programming at the E3 video game conference in June, Microsoft’s Xbox team has just announced a new NBA Game Time app that aims to satisfy the pro basketball fan’s thirst for live games, news, stats and more. Xbox is trying to change how we watch sports and...
Xbox makes a play for hoops fans with NBA Game Time

Live: Son Of Footballmer as AllThingsD Covers Super Bowl XLVI

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If you liked Footballmer, you are going to love AllThingsD’s coverage of the Super Bowl. We’ll have a live blog commenting on the game, the commercials, the apps and more brought to you by tech and sports enthusiast Ina Fried, with possible contributions from other staffers, if they can be...
Live: Son Of Footballmer as AllThingsD Covers Super Bowl XLVI
FingerPrint: The Nickelodeon of Games Has a Deep Pipeline for 2012

Here comes SmartGlass: Xbox 'second screen' rollout starts with Windows 8

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Microsoft is starting the rollout of Xbox SmartGlass this week with the launch of an app for Windows 8 that lets people use their tablets and PCs as “second screens” for the Xbox 360 — controlling and interacting with the console from Windows, and viewing extra information about games and...
Here comes SmartGlass: Xbox 'second screen' rollout starts with Windows 8

Kingdom of Camelot, Comics, Marvel and more on this week's top grossing apps charts

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An update to Kabam’s Kingdom of Camelot: Battke for the North on Tuesday thrusted the game up the top grossing iPhone and iPad apps charts this week, landing at the No. 1 spot on iPhone and No. 3 spot on iPad. The official NBA app NBA Game Time 2012-13 continued to climb up the...
Kingdom of Camelot, Comics, Marvel and more on this week's top grossing apps charts

The Online Ad Fails at the Super Bowl

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While most of us know the results of yesterday's Big Game, the results of the online ad campaigns from the dozens of companies spending multiple millions are less clear. Fortunately, monitoring firm Yottaa is here to lead the way and let us know who scored and who missed serving up...
The Online Ad Fails at the Super Bowl

Game time! Save 50 percent or more on PC games from EA

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Score sweet deals on a Dead Space bundle, Batman: Arkham City, Crysis 2, and other titles. Plus: Grab Battlefield 3 for Xbox or PS3 for $29.99. [Read more]...
Game time! Save 50 percent or more on PC games from EA

Microsoft’s big announcement: Loser + Loser = Winner?

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TechCrunch is reporting insider information that the big and much-anticipated Microsoft announcement tomorrow is an e-reader and streaming media tablet in conjunction with Barnes & Noble. If that’s true — and that’s a big if — I’m more than a little shocked by the massive build-up and pre-launch tension-building secrecy. One loser...
Microsoft’s big announcement: Loser + Loser = Winner?

NBA Heads Into Playoffs With Free 'Coffee Table' iPad App

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Some sports publishers see the iPad as a chance to start charging for apps or up the fees. Not so for the National Basketball Association, which is launching its first iPad app for free—at least for the playoffs. The NBA already has paid apps for iPhone that scale up...
NBA Heads Into Playoffs With Free 'Coffee Table' iPad App

Old school throwback: Play Space Trader, of Palm OS 2.0 fame

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Smuggling. It jumped out of the back of my brain a few days ago. I don’t know what brought it to mind, but there it was. The thought grew: far in the past, on my Palm IIIc, I had played an epic smuggling game. It wasn’t Dope Wars, but it...
Old school throwback: Play Space Trader, of Palm OS 2.0 fame

Google's top trending Super Bowl searches show that it's all about the halftime show

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Turns out the 13-minute halftime show really is the big draw of the Super Bowl, at least according to Google. The search giant has released a number of stats on how people used its services during the big game, with "Madonna" being the top trending search term, followed by...
Google's top trending Super Bowl searches show that it's all about the halftime show

Microsoft Xbox Updates SmartGlass App For ESPN And NBA Game Time, Adds New Sports Picks Second-Screen Experience

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It wasn’t long ago that Microsoft announced its SmartGlass second-screen app, which gives users better control of their viewing experience by connecting the Xbox game console with mobile and tablet devices. Now the company is trying to use the experience to court sports fans, with updates for its ESPN and...
Microsoft Xbox Updates SmartGlass App For ESPN And NBA Game Time, Adds New Sports Picks Second-Screen Experience
The Twitter spin room: What happens when politics goes real-time

Good riddance: the death of online gaming's monthly subscription model

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Everybody's giving away free games! wsssst We're calling it now: the era of paying for online games with a regular subscription fee is officially dead and over with. The concept of paying a regular, flat fee for access to game time has had a good run since apparently getting...
Good riddance: the death of online gaming's monthly subscription model
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