Call Of Duty Action Adventure Spin Off Still On

Because we all know it’s not a proper franchise until there’s a golf game of it, Call of Duty is continuing the triumphant march into diversity and experimentation that started with Call Of Duty Elite. Right after Sledgehammer, one of the studios created in the wake of the Infinity Ward implosion that was working on the new outing is done with the current behemoth, Modern Warfare 3.

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Team Fortress 2 Now Completely Free For Good

Valve, you seriously need to stop embarrassing the industry like this. Not only making the quintessential class-based FPS, but supporting it relentlessly with unspeakable amounts of new content to the point where it’s barely recognizable as the same game and giving it away for free while it’s still racking up decent sales as a full-price product? If business models were people, the traditional industry one would be calling its therapist in tears right about now.

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LulzSec Posts 62000 More Potential Facebook, PayPal Passwords

Hey there, remember when Sony’s PSN got hacked to pieces? Did you ever consider at that time that maybe it was all going downhill from there? And by it we mean anything from “general online security” to “human civilization”. Yes, LulzSec have done that thing they keep doing again. This time, they came for your Facebook, PayPal, Xbox Live and assorted other accounts. Not specifically, just if you have the same password everywhere. Which you probably do.

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iPad Starcraft Just Got A Bit More Possible

In a recent Eurogamer interview, Blizzard’s Greg Street just takes the question of Blizzard developing for the iOS and runs with it. Unfortunately, he heads into pretty familiar territory. Yes, Blizzard would love to do something for iDevices, but they need to carefully consider the possibilities. And of course, it wouldn’t be a Blizzard interview without the question of WoW on consoles popping up as well.

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Microsoft Reveals Games Hub For Windows Phone Mango

You’d think releasing a Games Hub service on a platform would require the presence of actual games. That certainly isn’t stopping Microsoft from building an awesome gaming infrastructure in its latest version of WP7, no doubt banking on the fact that obsessing over achievements takes up the majority of some people’s gaming time anyway.

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AOC Touch Monitor Supports Multi-touch Input

AOC has announced that as of right now its latest computer screen is on sale around the US for $299. The display is called the Touch Monitor e2239FwT. The screen is an LCD with LED backlighting and is made to work with your desktop or notebook computers. It is 22-inches wide and has room under for your notebook to hide.

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Audyssey Lower East Side Media Speakers Launch

For some folks how a set of computer speakers look is as important as how they sound. If you need a set of speakers with style and good sound quality for your room or office Audyssey has a new pair called the Lower East Side that you might want to check out. The speakers are supposed to be based on the style of the Lower East Side in NYC.

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Space Invader Watch

If you are a fan of the early space invaders games as I am then your going to enjoy this Romain Jerome Space Invaders Watch that comes with either a colour space invader face or a monotone black and white face pictured after the jump.

The Space Invader watch has been designed to recall some of the fun and playfulness, together with the novelty of the late 1970s video game and is the  first high end watch to be based on a video game.  The process of obtaining and licensing the Space Invaders name from Taito for a high end watch was apparently fairly difficult, but eventually negotiated.

 

Space Invader Watch

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HP webOS Pivot For HP TouchPad Announced

HP has announced a new feature that will launch with the companies first webOS TouchPad, called webOS Pivot, which is a new way to discover applications on HP’s new webOS app catalog that will also launch with the HP TouchPad on July the 1st.

HP’s webOS Pivot is a digital magazine which is designed to present a selection of webOS applications to TouchPad users, in an attempt to make it easier for you to find and discover webOS applications.

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HTC ChaCha Facebook Phone Headed To AT&T As HTC Status

We heard back in February that HTC’s Facebook phones would be headed to US mobile carrier AT&T, and now it looks like the HTC ChaCha is going to launch on AT&T within the next few weeks and it will be called the HTC Status.

According to the BGR, HTC will be calling the ChaCha, the HTC Status with AT&T, and it could go on sale within the next week, or at the most the next two to three weeks.

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Google TV 2.0 “Fishtank” Development Kit Uncovered

The team over at the Geek website have been able to get there hands on one of the early Google TV 2.0 “Fishtank” development kits which Google has rolled out to a few select developers as they ready the new Honeycomb based Google TV 2.0 for launch.

The Google TV “Fishtank” program invitations were mentioned at the recent Google I/O, the invitation allow a select few developers to enjoy a little Google TV 2.0 time before an official SDK is released by Google.

 

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