Rogers Communications to Resolve Online Game Complaints
SEPT. 16, 2011 • The Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Com. gave Rogers Communications 10 days to resolve consumer complaints that the broadband provider had incorrectly classified online games as peer-to-peer traffic, after which connection speeds were throttled down to a crawl.
A New Xbox TV Platform
[caption id="attachment_10603" align="alignleft" width="390"] Microsoft still has plans for TV on Xbox 360s.[/caption] SEPT. 15, 2011 • At a financial analyst meeting in Anaheim, Calif., Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said a new Xbox TV platform will launch this holiday season.
Quantic Dream Cites Piracy on Heavy Rain
[caption id="attachment_10599" align="alignleft" width="304"] Developer Quantric Dream estimates it has lost 1 million units in sales to used trade of Heavy Rain.[/caption] SEPT. 12, 2011 • French developer Quantic Dream estimates that it has lost a potential €10 million ($13
Battlefield 3 Pre-Orders Top 1.25 Million
SEPT. 7, 2011 • Electronic Arts said 1.25 million pre-orders had been taken for its upcoming Battlefield 3. That number tracked ahead of Battlefield: Bad Company 2, which has sold more than 5 million units on all platforms. Impact: The
Peter Dille Hired by Tapjoy
[caption id="attachment_10591" align="alignleft" width="267"] Peter Dille has joined Tapjoy.[/caption] SEPT. 7, 2011 • Mobile monetization firm Tapjoy has hired former Sony Computer Entertainment America executive Peter Dille as its chief marketing officer. More than 10,000 apps feature Tapjoy’s service that
U.K. Smartphones Access Internet
[caption id="attachment_10573" align="alignleft" width="390"] More Brits are using their smartphones to connect online.[/caption] AUG, 31, 2011 • According to the Office of National Statistics (ONS) in the United Kingdom, 45% of people surveyed said they accessed the Internet via their


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