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More news about Infinity Ward's behemoth
Not a huge amount of news this week but still news none the less.
Over the next 90 days EA will be shutting down 4 of it's FREE-TO-PLAY game. No refunds will be issued to those with unspent currency in their accounts.
So in a brave step OC3D have decided to stop posting news. Shocked? Read on to find out why.
Confidential documents & software shipped accidentally.
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GAMES NEWS has trickled out over Christmas, with the industry focused on sales rather than product launches and important news releases. A few interesting hacks have emerged; read on to find out more...
Wouldn't it be wonderful to have all your DVD's, photos, video's and music all stored in one place, and available to view in another? It seems the gods at Asus have been listening, lets see how their latest O!Play Air fares...
LG has some big news for us from CES. Some big news on products and information from LG, at least one of which, may save you some serious money. Read on for more information...
A Single player GTA 5 trainer lets you play as a deer, a cat, a chimp or even a fish! It will also be able to modify other game values.
Google today announced the launch of its RSS portal – Google Reader Play. The special portal is aimed specifically at devices with touch-screen interfaces.
FinalWire released the mobile edition of its industry-leading system information software for Android devices. With the new app, users of android device can learn everything about both the hardware and the software under the hood.
The creator of classic computer game “Doom,” id Software, unveiled on Friday its eagerly anticipated next game, Rage.
The biggest advantage for Android is that Google is continuously working on innovations and new features for the OS. An example of this was recently presented by the Internet giant at the Mobile World Congress in Spain in the form of a language translation software.
You can now play Sony Games on Samsung TVs using the Playstation Now service
Intel today announced the launch of its AppUp software store for Linux based netbooks.
It seems that the BitTorrent client uTorrent has silently installed Bitcoin mining software on it's users computers, without it's users knowledge or permission.
Havok has announced Havok FX Software for faster better Particle Effects in games.
New startup OnLive reveals a service they believe will revolutionize the world of gaming.
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