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Mythos Resurrected by Frogster

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JULY 7, 2010 • Mythos, the MMO under development at defunct Flagship Studios, will see a release after all.  The project was taken on by South Korea’s HanbitSoft, and now will be published in Europe with a free-to-play model by Germany’s Frogster……
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Finland Broadband For Everyone

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JULY 1, 2010 • The Finnish government ruled that every citizen has the right to access to a 1Mbps (megabit per second) broadband connection. Which means starting July 1 all of the nation’s telecommunications companies are obligated to provide all residents with broadband …..
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Free WiFi at Starbucks

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JULY 1, 2010 • Following in the footsteps of McDonalds earlier this year, Starbucks made AT&T wireless access free in all of its locations. The coffee purveyor used to charge for wireless connections, but sees the move as a competitive adv…..
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PSP-3000 Price Cut

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OCT. 1, 2009 • A month ahead of its PSP Go launch in Japan, Sony Computer Entertainment reduced the price of the PSP-3000 from ¥19,800 ($218) to ¥16,800 ($185). The new price is the same as Nintendo’s DS Lite, and cheaper than the newer DSi at ¥18,900 ($…..
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