Consumers Wary of 3D Television
[caption id="attachment_9685" align="alignleft" width="390"] Many consumers don't like 3D glasses.[/caption] SEPT. 9, 2010 • According to a report by The Nielsen Company, consumers who were surveyed about the future purchase of a 3D television returned some sobering responses. Of the
Need For Speed Word Adds Free-to-Play
[caption id="attachment_9682" align="alignleft" width="390"] More F2P in Need For Speed World.[/caption] SEPT. 9, 2010 • Since its launch on July 27 Need For Speed World attracted 1 million registered players. The racing MMO was initially free-to-play up to level 10,
Andre Vrignaud to Amazon
[caption id="attachment_9677" align="alignleft" width="300"] Andre Vrignaud has left Microsoft for[/caption] SEPT. 8, 2010 • hired away Microsoft's director of game platform strategy, Andre Vrignaud. Vrignaud had been with Microsoft since 2002, and has been an instrumental participant in
DARPA Wants Own App Store
SEPT. 8, 2010 • The U.S. military likes its iPads and iPhones so much it wants its own App Store for cool programs. That's why the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) awarded $6.4 million to the Corporation for National
Duke Nukem Forever Has Risen
[caption id="attachment_9669" align="alignleft" width="390"] Hail to the King, Baby.[/caption] SEPT. 3, 2010 • Duke Nukem Forever is getting resurrected thanks to Gearbox Software, which acquired the rights to the oft-delayed project from 3D Realms. Take-Two will continue as publisher. Gearbox
China Tracks Mobile Users
SEPT. 1, 2010 • Going into effect immediately, everyone who buys a new mobile phone number in China will be required to provide personal information to the vendor. The new  requirement is similar to regulations elsewhere in Asia like South


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