Form of India goalkeepers concerns Sardar ahead of FIH World League
Sardar is confident about the duo's reversal of form in the upcoming Hockey World League 2, which is a qualifying event for the 2014 FIH World Cup in Hague, The Netherlands.
Pistorius prosecutors pursue premeditated murder
Prosecutor Gerrie Nel said in court it was premeditated murder, indicating the prosecution would file that more serious charge, upgraded from murder.
Pirated Indie Game Devs Get Full Pirate Bay Support To Crack Steam
Like the sea, online file-sharing is too great a force to be held back in any meaningful way for any sensible length of time. Despite this almost inevitable eventuality, the world’s largest media companies never stop trying. While their huge resources give them a better chance than most of achieving some progress, for mere mortals one of the easiest ways to go crazy is to invest huge amounts of energy into trying to change things that cannot be changed. This past weekend that was recognize...
Samsung to produce 100 million units of the Galaxy S IV: Analysts
  Samsung has high hopes for its next generation Galaxy device, the Galaxy S IV. The South Korean electronics giant estimates that the demand for the device will be so huge that it will pull resources away from Apple. Jefferies & Company analyst Peter Misek says that Samsung plans to build 100 million units of its next flagship device, the Galaxy S IV. In his research note Misek says, “The enormous 100 million S4 build plan (we estimate the S3 sold 60M) is lead...
Oscar Pistorius Appears In Court Charged With Premeditated Murder
The athlete broke down in tears in the courtroom as he was charged. He will remain in custody at a police station rather than being transferred to jail. A day after his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp was found with gunshot wounds in the athlete's Pretoria home, Oscar Pistorius has appeared in court to be formally charged with her murder. The athlete, who held his head in his hands and cried for most of the hearing, was surrounded in the courtroom by his family. The 26-year-old was remanded in ...
Top 5 dissapointments on PS3
With the recent travesty known as Aliens: Colonial Marines making us pine for what could have been, Play have decided to t ake a look back at five games that could have been so much more. There’s no real order to these, all of them were pretty rubbish.   5) Aliens: Colonial Marines Let’s get this one out of the way early, then. Good Aliens games can exist – Alien3 on SNES and Mega Drive, Alien Trilogy and Alien Resurrection on PS1 and the original two AvP games on PC were ...
Can sporty hybrids burn rubber without burning too much gas?
Hybrid cars are known for being sensible, but not exciting. Is it possible to change that by making them more fun to drive?
PS Access TV episode 69 stars Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance
And goes hands on with Naughty Dog's The Last of Us. The latest episode of weekly HD PS3 video show Access TV is out now on the PlayStation Network and YouTube. Click here to read the full articleRelated StoriesAssassin's Creed 3 patched ahead of DLC releaseGrid 2: first gameplay trailerWii U sales 'well under' 100K in the US in January, report claimsPurported Gears of War Kinect RTS screens show what could have beenUK retailers want Wii U price cut...
Google doodles asteroid 2012 DA14's Earth 'near miss'
Google never ceases to create wonder doodles, whatever be the ocassion. Its doodle for today is easy to miss, for at first sight it just appears to be the Google homepage on any normal day – that is, unless you spot the unusual looking logo.......
Travel Postcard: 48 hours in London during Fashion Week
LONDON (Reuters) - London's Autumn/Winter 2013 Fashion Week runs from February 15 - February 19 and is one of the best times to visit the British capital, abuzz with fresh designs and creativity on... ...
Nintendo Wii U continues with lackluster sales
The latest numbers are in from NPD Group for January of 2013 looking at the United States video game industry. The caveat with the numbers for January is that the month corresponded with the National Retail Federation leap week. I had never heard of that before, but basically it means the National Retail Federation adds an additional week to the month of January 2013 as far as sales numbers are concerned while January 2012 only had four weeks. With that little tidbit in mind, let’s talk ...
Women's WC: Sri Lanka thrash South Africa by 87 runs to finish 5th
South Africa were bundled out for a paltry 156 in only 40.1 overs, chasing a target of 244.
Images: Pistorius, facing murder charge, breaks down
Paralympic superstar Oscar Pistorius openly wept as he appeared in court Friday, charged with the murder of his girlfriend as South Africans closely watched developments in a killing that has stunned the country.
Special Feature | Why Games Based on Movies Disappeared (And Why They’re Coming Back)
Making movie-games was actually a lot riskier than it seemed from the outside. And a few industry shifts were all it took for the whole house of cards to come down.
How to Always Start Any Browser in Private Browsing Mode
Private browsing mode doesn’t offer complete privacy, but it does prevent your browser from saving your history, searches, cookies, and other private data between browsing sessions. You can have your browser always start in private-browsing mode if you prefer it. Most people won’t want to use private-browsing mode permanently. You will have to log into the websites you use each time you open your browser, as your browser won’t save the cookies that keep your login state. What’s the Di...
Meteor Shower And Explosion Causes Hundreds Of Injuries In Russia
The incident happened at around 9am local time this morning, with the blast blowing out hundreds of windows in the Urals region, and is probably connected to the asteroid "near miss" that is scheduled for later today. A spectacular meteor shower has caused "hundreds" of injuries in central Russia, after the subsequent explosion blew out windows in Yekaterinberg. There are unconfirmed reports that the meteorite was "intercepted" by Russian air defense, but the speed of the space fragment tr...
Is this the PS4 controller?
With the PS4 reveal expected very, very soon, rumours about the controller have been popping up all over the place. Touchscreens, biometric sensors, in-built Move support, doughnut dispensers – you name it. Well, through some nefarious means, our friends at Destructoid have a picture of what could perhaps be the new PlayStation 4 controller. Behold! Interesting. According to the Destructoid article, this thing is real, but still an early prototype of the pad we will soon be playing on. So...
Amazon Takes Redshift, Its Cloud-Based Data Warehouse Killer, Global
Amazon’s onslaught in disrupting enterprise IT services continues. The company today announced that it would be making Redshift — its cloud-based data warehousing service — widely available, after first launching the product on a limited release at the end of November. The product, part of Amazon Web Services, is aimed both at startups who are looking for cost-effective ways of storing data for their new services, as well as larger or more established enterprises that want to c...
New Zealand cops to get iPhones and iPads after Apple wins major government account
As part of plans to overhaul its technology infrastructure, New Zealand Police is set to spend $160 million over the next 10 years, with the investment including the purchase of iPhones and iPads for over 6,000 cops.
Purported Gears of War Kinect RTS screens show what could have been
Shots said to be from the alpha build of canned project surface. Screens believed to be from an alpha build of a Kinect-exclusive Gears of War spin-off have appeared online. Click here to read the full articleRelated StoriesBlack Ops 2 tops US sales in JanuaryXbox 360 leads US hardware sales for 18th straight monthAssassin's Creed 3 patched ahead of DLC releaseGrid 2: first gameplay trailerWii U sales 'well under' 100K in the US in January, report claims...