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Amazon announces massive game sale, up to 75 percent off many great Mac titles: Borderlands 2: $29, Black Ops: $18, Assassin's Creed II: $5, many more

This week's new games

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Fable: The Journey, Xbox 360 (Kinect)Starting with an admonishment to, "Sit up straight up - and don't cross your legs", you might think you'd stumbled into a Swiss finishing school.But this is merely the latest game to shoehorn Microsoft's Kinect peripheral into its interactions. Part of the Fable franchise, it...
This week's new games

Define "Hypocrisy" and "Innovation"

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Define "Hypocrisy" and "Innovation": James Temple of the San Francisco Chronicle tries to make the point that we shouldn't bash the government for hampering innovation when it's often the only entity that lead to true innovation -- or something. It's all sort of muddled. But what's really odd is that...
Define "Hypocrisy" and "Innovation"

Google, Facebook and Twitter may 'face EU defamation and privacy cases'

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Libel expert says firms' Ireland presence opens them up to lawsuits from people abused by bloggers and tweetersGoogle, Facebook and Twitter's decision to establish their European bases in Dublin has opened the internet giants up to EU defamation and privacy laws like never before, a libel lawyer has warned.The world's...
Google, Facebook and Twitter may 'face EU defamation and privacy cases'

Resident Evil: Revelations Doesn’t Have Higher Price Tag

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Capcom has confirmed that its recently released Resident Evil: Revelations title doesn’t have a higher than usual price tag, as was previously mentioned, meaning it now costs the same as regular games for the 3DS ($39.99/€39.99). Resident Evil: Revelations is such a massive game that Capcom confirmed it would charge...
Resident Evil: Revelations Doesn’t Have Higher Price Tag

Apple II classic Karateka hits App Store, Snapguide for iPad, IMDb, imo messenger for iPad, deals, more

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Just released: Karateka | $2.99: Jordan Mechner, creator of the popular Prince of Persia franchise, and developer of the original fighter classic “Karateka” for the Apple II, is today bringing an HD remake of the game to iOS. Available on the App Store now for $2.99 for iPhone and iPad,...
Apple II classic Karateka hits App Store, Snapguide for iPad, IMDb, imo messenger for iPad, deals, more

Italian Pirate Bay Block Leads To Massive Traffic Boost For Competing Torrent Sites

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A decade into the entertainment industry's massive game of whac-a-mole when it comes to file sharing sites, you would think that people would realize that blocking or banning any particular site doesn't do a damn thing to slow the pace of file sharing around the globe. Instead, it does two...
Italian Pirate Bay Block Leads To Massive Traffic Boost For Competing Torrent Sites

TNW Profile: Unity CEO David Helgason talks about trends in gaming, and his business

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Under the fresh ‘TNW Profile’ banner, I’m committing myself to regularly shining a light on great European entrepreneurs and startup founders, to learn more about their journey and their business, and what drives them personally. We’re kicking off our series of Q&A-styled TNW Profile interviews with serial entrepreneur David Helgason,...
TNW Profile: Unity CEO David Helgason talks about trends in gaming, and his business

Star Wars: The Old Republic gets massive in April

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Things continue to sail full steam ahead for the young but quickly growing Star Wars multiplayer online game. Check out some of these details about a massive game play update coming soon. [Read more]...
Star Wars: The Old Republic gets massive in April

Sir Alex Ferguson thinks Manchester City clash in April will be crucial

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• Manchester United lifted by players returning from injury• Tottenham match 'always a tremendous highlight'Sir Alex Ferguson believes Manchester United's visit to Manchester City on 30 April will be pivotal in deciding who wins the Premier League. Ferguson pointed to the return of key players from injury as a boost...
Sir Alex Ferguson thinks Manchester City clash in April will be crucial
Miniclip relaunches massive game portal as a mobile-friendly site (exclusive)

The Building is the New Server

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The personal computer is dead. As quickly as we moved from the desktop to the laptop, we are moving to the tablet — never to return. With the death of the PC, an entire ecosystem dies with it. The chipset is ARM based, rather than Intel. The operating system is...
The Building is the New Server

The Building Is the New Server

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Image copyright Oleksiy MarkThe personal computer is dead. As quickly as we moved from the desktop to the laptop, we are moving to the tablet — never to return. With the death of the PC, an entire ecosystem dies with it. The chipset is ARM-based, rather than Intel. The operating...
The Building Is the New Server

Why rapid-fire updates are the key to Microsoft's success

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Ask five geeks about Windows 8's greatest flaw, and you're bound to get five different answers. Some diss the new Start screen. Some hate the big hole where the Start button used to be. Others rail against the indignity of having to swipe open a Charms bar to print...
Why rapid-fire updates are the key to Microsoft's success
The potential of plug-n-play solar

These Are The Charts That Killed Zynga's Stock Yesterday (ZNGA)

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Zynga's stock fell about 6 percent yesterday thanks to it becoming more obvious that its Facebook gaming empire is in rapid decline. The Ville, its most recent massive game launched on Facebook, peaked at around 7 million daily players last month but has since dropped off to about 4 million...
These Are The Charts That Killed Zynga's Stock Yesterday (ZNGA)
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