Monthly Archives: May 2011

Nova Media’s iCON 461 USB modem is unlocked for globe-trotting commitmentphobes

Unlocked 3G modems aren’t something you see everyday. Sure, Zoom has been hawking the dongles for some time, but they’re primarily of the tri-band variety — Nova Media’s iCON 461 does those one better by going quad-band and throwing in … Read the rest of this entry

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Forsaken World

Ban together with some unlikely people to fight against evil, in Forsaken World. GamePro.com Daily Video Update

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PlayStation Store Returning by Week’s End

Sony has announced it plans to fully restore the PlayStation Network and Qriocity services by the end of the week unless you reside in Japan, Hong Kong, or South Korea. For those everywhere else in the world, that means the … Read the rest of this entry

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“This is the Beginning of the End for Sony,” Says Hacker Group

Since suffering an attack on the PlayStation Network and Qriocity services — leading to users’ data being leaked and PSN being taken down for several weeks — Sony has been targeted by hackers several more times. Just recently, more than … Read the rest of this entry

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Fight, build and mine in King Arthur’s Gold

Mining is basically my favourite thing to do in games, and in the last year I’ve been served well by Minecraft, Wurm Online, Terraria and, now, King Arthur’s Gold. The multiplayer, team-based sidescroller is about two teams of Knights, Archers … Read the rest of this entry

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Guild Wars 2- Skill Video

Check out the skills the Engineer can bring to the table in Guild Wars 2. GamePro.com Daily Video Update

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Skydrift

These aren’t your ordinary airplane races, in Skydrift. GamePro.com Daily Video Update

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Inhabitat’s Week in Green: hydrogen-powered space plane, Japan’s solar surge and urban farms of Ze Future

Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week’s most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us — it’s the Week in Green. Green transportation took off for the stars this week as Inhabitat reported that the European … Read the rest of this entry

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Weekend Deals: Total War: Shogun 2 and All Things Ubisoft

Total War: Shogun 2 is still a fairly new game and it’s already available for just over $ 33. If that sort of strategy game is not up your alley, Steam has a ridiculous number of deals on Ubisoft titles … Read the rest of this entry

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U.S. Army Building New Virtual Reality Training System Using Crysis 2 Engine

The United States Army already has a videogame, America’s Army, it uses as a recruiting tool. It’s now turning to videogames once again to create a virtual reality training simulator. The price? $ 57 million. Much of that cost is … Read the rest of this entry

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