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Game, who recently announced it would be opening a further 80 stores in 2007, has bought its closest rival in a £74m deal.
The good news is Ubisoft has just announced a new Tom Clancy title. The bad news is that it's for next-gen consoles only.
Google continues towards world domination with the release of Google Checkout in the UK...
Nintendo finally announced some online plans on Tuesday afternoon, kicking off a partnership with GameSpy. Just in case you were missing our Wii jokes...
In a surprise move, Adobe has announced that it will be making its flagship software available for use as a hosted online application gratis. Bold or stupid?
Kids who want to talk about bullying and get involved in helping out their peers can check out a new programme in a child-friendly virtual world.
EMI wants "compensation" from Apple and Microsoft's online download services for releasing music DRM free
Steve Jobs has called on the major players in the recording industry to begin selling music online without DRM.
In an expose online, the team complains about the lack of polishing time for the title, but says that number three will be better.
The creators of Skype and Kazzaa are now turning their hand towards online video distribution.
The BBC will be working with bit-torrent software developer Azureus to deliver hundreds of archived BBC television shows including Doctor Who and Fawlty Towers.
The world famous toy store - Hamleys - recently made a blunder with their online store, reducing everything by 60%. Internet Vikings flocked to the area and pillaged tons of bargains.
Direct Deposit, SmartChip, RFID, EFT...doesn't anyone just carry cash anymore? We take a look at the current and future technology of money and some of the history that got us here.
Microsoft has launched the Xbox Live Pipeline, which allows you to check out the Marketplace wares via your nearest PC.
Companies are now inviting journalists to online press events in games like Second Life. Crazy? Yes.
Google has announced that it has agreed to acquire YouTube for $1.65 billion in a stock-for-stock transaction.
Three men are being prosecuted after running an illegal arms trade in the MMORPG Legend of Mir. Sounds crazy? It is.
We take a look at five of the best upcoming MMORPG's to see if anything will be able to challenge World of Warcraft's superiority over the next year.
Hackers are targeting online games accounts, to steal your characters and then sell them on.
We take a look at Razer's latest mouse: the Krait. Aimed specifically at those who want pro-level performance in RTS and MMORPG games, does this mouse provide a boost over the competition?
Second Life has been used for lots of things, but a utopian island musical festival hosted by Duran Duran? Give me a break...
Google has recently announced its online payments service, Google Checkout. The company has teamed up with CitiGroup Financial to deliver the service.
A conference in SanFran this week aims to promote links between the adult industry and videogame makers. Are we going to see more adult-themed MMOs?
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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