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Congratulations to Dale Kilgore Jr, developer of our November GameSalad Game of the Month, Gigi and Lily! Our November winner is a game designed to introduce younger kids to numbers and spelling! GameSalad: Tell us a little about yourself and your experience as a game developer....
Congratulations to Harry Atkins, developer of our October GameSalad Game of the Month, Dungeon Burglars! Our October winner is a tower defense like game featuring 8-bit graphics and a variety of traps to choose from. GameSalad: Tell us a little about yourself and your experience...
Seagate 1200 12Gbs Enterprise SAS SSD StorgeIO lab review By Greg Schulz Seagate 1200 12Gbs Enterprise SAS SSD StorgeIO lab review This is the first post of a two part series, read the second post here. Earlier this year I had the opportunity to test drive some Seagate 1200...
Congratulations to Marc Greiff, developer of our September GameSalad Game of the Month, Run Rob Run! Our September winner is a comedic, 8 bit themed game, featuring one button gameplay. Run on down the page to check out our interview with Marc! GameSalad: Tell us a little about ...
In about an hour, I’ll have my copy of Destiny in my hands. I thought about turning this blog into a review, but I’m no good with reviews. Also, here’s the review for Destiny: It’s great. It has to be great. With the amount of money that Activision is throwing at it (along with Bungie’...
Congratulations to Thomas Geuken and StayHeavyGames, developers of our August GameSalad Game of the Month, Escape The Page! Our August winner is a comic style game that features rock music, tapping gameplay, and an enjoyable, simple yet challenging experience. GameSalad: Tell u...
Amazon recently announced that it was acquiring video game streaming site Twitch.tv for $970 million. For months, it looked like it was a done deal for Google to buy Twitch for about $1 billion. So what happened? Reports suggest Google was concerned about antitrust issues, because Goog...
It’s tough to come up more than a couple reasons why anyone should buy an Xbox One instead of a PlayStation 4 right now. Sure, the Xbox One is a great system with great exclusives (with more coming soon) and a great media hub. But what began as a console with next-gen potential now see...
Starting in 2015, the NYU Game Center, a department within the prestigious Tisch School of the Arts, has just announced they’ll be offering bachelor of fine arts degrees in video game design. Only 20 students will be accepted into the selective program, which offers courses including “...
EA announced a new service called EA Access on Tuesday, which delivers some of its games on the Xbox One at incredibly inexpensive prices. Check it out: EA Access membership unlocks The Vault, a collection of EA’s biggest games on Xbox One ready for you to download and play.  During th...
After it was spotted in FCC documents earlier this month and then leaked late last week, Nvidia has officially announced the latest member of its Shield family of Android gaming tablets. Where the first Shield was a 5-inch screen bolted onto the top of an Xbox 360-esque game controller...
If you’re one of the early adopters of the Ouya, your video game library just got a lot bigger. Ouya, the video game console that got over $8 million from Kickstarter two years ago, just launched a program called “Ouya All-Access” that gives you access its entire 800 game library...
Nothing is ever worth buying. There’s always a deal to be had. Everything is overpriced until it becomes obsolete or irrelevant. Even though summer just started, Black Friday is on my mind. Why? Just about any movie or video game that comes out between now and then will be heavily mark...
Congratulations to Jason Nowak, developer of our May GameSalad Game of the Month, Milo & Me. Our June winner is a creepy-cute multitouch adventure game. It features Zelda-style gameplay built for the modern touchscreen as well as around 2 hours of gameplay with more expected...
Phoenix, AZ, July 02, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Samsung, Toshiba and 10 other manufacturers of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) have reached a combined $310.72 million class action lawsuit settlement over claims they conspired to fix the price of DRAM data storage chips found in computers ...
Ouya, the maker of a $99 video game system running on a modified version of Google’s Android mobile operating system, is going to great lengths to get players to buy into its platform — even if it means giving away 800 games for the price of one. Starting Monday, Ouya will ...
Are you watching the World Cup? I am, and I’m loving every minute of it. If I’m home and there’s a World Cup game being played, it’s on my TV. Even if I’m doing other things, it’s on in the background … it’s easy to tell when something exciting is happening (or about to happen)... Read...
Much of what’s covered in our blog has to do with cloud hosting and the culture developing around it. We’ve explored the effect the strategy has had on medical research. We’ve also looked at how the IT approach is used in education. The Internet of Things, also known as Web 3.0, is a s...
Another round of E3 keynotes have come and gone, leaving video game fans waiting months (or more) to get their hands on the games they’ve drooled over this week. While I haven’t spent much time playing video games lately – I spent more time watching all five major addresses (Micr...
Continuing our coverage of E3 2014, here’s everything that EA announced at its annual press conference on Monday. EA gave attendees a look at “early in-game footage” for Star Wars: Battlefront, before promising more details in “spring 2015.” A short mini-documentary showed ...
Los Angeles, CA, June 09, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Monstermatic features 10 unique starter monsters, each with wildly different personalities and swappable parts for the user to create and play with. After perfecting their design, users can unleash their creature into the real world with 3D ...
San Francisco, CA, June 06, 2014 --(PR.com)-- After only 10 months working with Epic’s Unreal Engine 4, Skara —The Blade Remains, a free-to-play multiplayer online game for PC, is preparing to release on Steam Early Access in July. Skara – The Blade Remains will com...
Redbox’s streak of big growth is over: the company says it plans to uninstall more than 500 of its DVD / Blu-ray rental kiosks this year. The move comes after Redbox saw its revenue increase by just 3 percent last year, and The Wall Street Journal says it’s not likely to se...
By ShannonPerry Controversy over data collecting and uproars over Net Neutrality, smart wearables and smarter marketing, angry letters and vulnerable software – technology news does not always put a smile on your face. So every now and then, it is nice to have tech news provide a good ...
The Xbox One has only been on store shelves for six months, but Microsoft is already taking action to try to close the sales gap held by Sony’s PlayStation 4. Microsoft recently announced that the Xbox One will soon be available without the Kinect camera for $399 – the same price as th...
Tuesday 20 May, 2014 Media Agency Group is pleased to announce that they have been shortlisted in this year’s CIM Northern Awards. The company is nominated for the award for best Digital Marketing Campaign of the Year – an award which takes into consideration how well a company...
The Mobility News Weekly is an online newsletter made up of the most interesting news and articles related to enterprise mobility that I run across each week.  I am specifically targeting information that reflects market data and trends.Also read Field Mobility News WeeklyAlso rea...
It’s official: Microsoft is scared of the PlayStation 4. Microsoft announced on Tuesday that it will sell the Xbox One without the Kinect for $399, starting on June 9. The price cut levels the playing field and drops the Xbox One’s sticker price to the same level as Sony’s PS4. It also...
Congratulations to Birk Aas, developer of our March GameSalad Game of the Month, LittleSaw. Our March winner is a simple-but-challenging platformer where you test your skills by dodging saws through 66 levels. We got some insider info on LittleSaw from the developer himself, Birk ...
Microsoft’s new Xbox head Phil Spencer doesn’t think an Xbox gaming handheld makes sense. Spencer took to Twitter on Sunday afternoon in a surprisingly candid conversation with fans, one of whom asked if Microsoft is pursuing, “a handheld Xbox One-like gaming device a...
The legend was true. Atari really did dump a bunch of E.T. and other Atari 2600 cartridges and paraphernalia into a landfill 30 years ago. On Saturday, a team of video game archaeologists recovered the proof. With the wind at full blast out in the New Mexico desert, CAT tractors pulled...
International online gaming network unifies payment processes with WorldpayLondon, 24th April, 2014 - Online video game developer and publisher InnoGames has selected Worldpay, a global leader in payment processing, risk management and alternative payments, as its provider of internati...
Albany, NY, April 15, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Quark digital money is a faster and more secure alternative to Bitcoin with 30 second confirmations and 9 additional layers of encryption. On Friday April 11, 2014, 1pm EDT the Quark community launched a Thunderclap social media marketing campai...
Mamma Mia! Last year, scientists in Berlin found that playing Super Mario 64 for 30 minutes a day increased gray matter in the brain. According to the journal of Molecular Psychiatry, this astounding find was observed in the parts of the brain that involve spatial navigation, memory fo...
Noel Wurst: Hello, this is Noel Wurst with Skytap and I am speaking today with Peter Coffee. Peter is the VP for Strategic Resource at salesforce.com and he's also going to be taking part in the SDLC Acceleration Summit on May 13th in San Francisco, California. Peter how are you doin...
Wednesday 9 April, 2014 AWARDS TO TAKE PLACE AT EAST LONDON'S TROXY ON THURSDAY, JUNE 12 OPEN VOTING BEGINS WEDNESDAY 9 APRIL Kerrang.com Wednesday 9 April: Kerrang! Magazine, the UK's biggest-selling music weekly, has today announced that this year's Relentless Kerrang! A...
Lenovo TS140 Server and Storage I/O Review By Greg Schulz Lenovo TS140 Server and Storage I/O Review This is a review that looks at my recent hands on experiences in using a TS140 (Model MT-M 70A4 - 001RUS) pedestal (aka tower) server that the Lenovo folks sent to me to u...
Part II: What I did with Lenovo TS140 in my Server and Storage I/O Review By Greg Schulz Part II: Lenovo TS140 Server and Storage I/O Review This is the second of a two part post series on my recent experiences with a Lenovo TS140 server, you can read part I here. What D...
This image looks like it comes from a video game... ... but in fact it's a real photo of a housing complex on the eastern outskirts of Mexico City, taken from a helicopter by photographer Oscar Ruiz. It's one of the most remarkable photographs I've seen in a while. That's all for this ...
Wal-Mart Stores Inc will allow U.S. shoppers to trade in used videogames for anything from groceries to gadgets, a move that could dent the profit of GameStop Corp, the largest dealer of used videogames. GameStop shares fell as much as 6 percent in morning trading, making it one of the...