Richard Morgan Is the Author of Crysis 2

Richard Morgan Is the Author of Crysis 2

Like the video cards capable of running the new Crysis are finally being released, the other facts about the game's upcoming sequel have also been trickling in from Electronic Arts. Crysis 2, will be built on developer Crytek's new multiplatform game development system, CryEngine3 will be released PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360.

BlackBerry Users Provided Application for Interaction with Twitter

BlackBerry, Twitter

An official application for BlackBerry users has been released by Twitter and Research In Motion so that users may interact with the popular microblogging and social networking site.

According to Kevin Thau, both the companies worked mutually to develop the free application from Twitter’s mobile products as well as partnerships team.

Microsoft’s Latest Mobile Phones Not in Direct Competition to iPhone

Microsoft’s Latest Mobile Phones Not in Direct Competition to iPhone

Though, Microsoft Corp. will show off its latest mobile phones on Monday, but they are not expected to be a direct competitor to the iPhone.

With its long-awaited “Project Pink" devices, Microsoft is trying to make a place for itself in the hotly contested arena.

Mexican Cellphones Might be Disconnected

Mexican Cellphones Might be Disconnected

On Friday, Martha Domínguez faced a permanent cut off after failing to register her cellphone number with the Government.

Midnight was the time limit for Mexicans to register their numbers with the Government, and she hadn't done so.

Netflix Signs Deal with Two Studios to Delay New Releases

Netflix Signs Deal with Two Studios to Delay New Releases

20th Century Fox and Universal Pictures have signed new distribution agreement with the DVD-by-mail service, which comprise a 28-day holdup on new releases.

The deal is related to one signed by Warner Bros. with Netflix in January. As with that agreement, the Fox and Universal deals offer Netflix more flattering financial terms on new releases in trade for the delay.

Activision Files Lawsuit against Ex-Developers

Activision Files Lawsuit against Ex-Developers

On Friday, Activision Blizzard Inc. came out with guns roaring in its legal war with two ex-lead developers of Call of Duty.

Location Services Retailer MetaCarta to be Bought by Nokia

Location Services Retailer MetaCarta to be Bought by Nokia

On Friday, Nokia said that it will buy MetaCarta, a privately-held company in Cambridge, Massachusetts, which specializes in discovering content for location-aware services.

Adobe Flash Evangelist Fires Rage at Apple

Adobe Flash Evangelist Fires Rage at Apple

A blog that had been posted by Adobe Flash platform evangelist, Lee Brimelow, has brought additional fire to what has turned out to be a very open brawl between Apple and Adobe, over the addition of Flash and supplementary Adobe technologies in Apple's handy gadgets.

Samsung Introduces 3D Televisions Locally

Samsung Introduces 3D Televisions

Samsung is clearly stepping up its game by introducing its new range of full high-definition 3D LED TVs. Now, consumers will be able to bring the whole cinematic experience of 3 dimensional movies in their homes. The new line of televisions is up for sale in Singapore starting today.

FCC Follows Broadband Memo despite Facing Legal Hindrance

FCC Follows Broadband Memo despite Facing Legal Hindrance

Net objectivity and the National Broadband Plan are together active and fine. Opposite to the media fury and expert punditry in the wake of a US constituency court verdict rebuffing efforts by the FCC to enforce its decision on Comcast, there were no broader allegations concerning the common authority of the FCC.

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