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Rumor: Microsoft to unveil next Xbox in spring

Microsoft apparently aware of Sony’s launch. While Sony is planning to reveal its next-generation PlayStation later this month, Microsoft won’t reveal its next-generation Xbox until spring, according to Polygon “sources familiar with the Microsoft console.”    “Microsoft, while already aware of Sony’s launch timing, plans to hold its own announcement this spring, months after Sony’s […]

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Wii U to Get a Name Change

Serious discussions are ongoing at the highest level in the US and Japan as to whether the firm should cut its losses and consider changing the name of its Next-Generation Console, Wii U. – computerandvideogames A change of name is a real possibility.   If this were to be true, it will be announced at E3. […]

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Mass Effect 3 will require Origin

With no surprise, it has been officially confirmed by the Community Manager of Bioware, Chris Priestly, that the PC Version of Mass Effect 3 will require Origin and have no plan on bringing it to Steam. Origin will be required for any and all copies of Mass Effect 3 on PC in order to be activated […]

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AT&T Has Begun Throttling Mobile Data Bandwidth

Did you receive a text from AT&T? If you have you’re part of the 5% of users who’s data bandwidth is going to be throttled. Your data usage is among the top 5% of users. Data speeds for the rest of your current bill cycle may be reduced. Visit www.att.com/dataplans I’m not really sure how […]

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Ubisoft not releasing Ghost Recon Future for PC

Ubisoft is not releasing Ghost Recon Future for the PC because of “Piracy”.   What we are getting instead is a free Ghost Recon Online. Sebastien Arnoult made a statement saying, We are giving away most of the content for free because there’s no barrier to entry. To the users that are traditionally playing the game by […]

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Adobe Giving up on Flash?

If you read my Firefox 8 article, then you should know that I am a fan of killing off Flash.   Adobe announced yesterday that they are planning on no longer supporting Flash on mobile devices and will raise prices on Creative Suite. They are going to focus their strategies on HTML 5 and JAVA. They […]

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