Assembling the structure.
Making Crescent Moons.
Better second time around, right?
Second Life-alike's days numbered.
A spiritual sequel to Second Life is in development at Linden Lab.
Gore Verbinski, director of Pirates of the Caribbean, has signed on to direct a movie based on Second Life.
Google has launched a competitor to Second Life, dubbed Lively, that allows users to interact in a 3D environment.
Apple has just been granted a patent on a method for enhancing the atmosphere of online shopping using a virtual environment that doesn't sound a million miles away from Second Life.
Samsung has revealed it is launching a new software which enables users to run Second Life on a smartphone. Oh, joy.
Is Microsoft considering a virtual world for the Xbox 360, akin to Home on the PS3 and Second Life? It certainly looks that way and Daniel Schiappa has dropped a hint or two.
Second Life customers are now butting heads in the courts over copyright infringement allegations for a popular sex program coded by users.
The US government is set to report on whether or not to tax virtual worlds like Second Life.
German police begin a search in Second Life regarding rumours of child pornography rings.
It's The Sims meets Second Life meets Miis meets Xbox Live Achievements. Is it the answer to Sony's PS3 woes?
Linden Labs announces that in-game voice communications will be coming to the virtual world. Virtual pimps, hos and punters rejoice.
The news agency joins the commercial firms now racing to get in on the virtual world in an experiment with 'new' media.
The popular online game "Second Life" has been hacked, giving someone real names, addresses, and credit card numbers of the game's "residents."
Second Life lets you make, buy and sell property in-game. World of Warcraft specifically forbids you. Flickr is all about creating your own content. How should we handle user-generated content in MMO experiences?
Companies are aiming to put adverts and product placements within games and make a massive industry by 2009. I, Robot on your desktop?
September 23 2021 | 09:05
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