Microsoft's 'Major Nelson' counts down to E3 2013
"It's on" on June 11. Larry 'Major Nelson' Hryb has posted a live countdown to E3 2013 on his official blog, sparking web speculation as to the nature of the hint. Click here to read the full articleRelated StoriesNeed for Speed: Most Wanted Wii U gets full gameplay on GamePadMutant Mudds dev to stop 3DS support if piracy strikesNew Star Wars: The Old Republic update forthcoming; same gender romance still comingConcept art for shelved Activision game 'Sing Hero' emergesCrimson Dragon foo...
Microsoft's 'Major Nelson' counts down to E3 2013
"It's on" on June 11. Larry 'Major Nelson' Hryb has posted a live countdown to E3 2013 on his official blog, sparking web speculation as to the nature of the hint. Click here to read the full articleRelated StoriesNeed for Speed: Most Wanted Wii U gets full gameplay on GamePadMutant Mudds dev to stop 3DS support if piracy strikesNew Star Wars: The Old Republic update forthcoming; same gender romance still comingConcept art for shelved Activision game 'Sing Hero' emergesCrimson Dragon foo...
Fez making its way to other platforms
Fez, one of the most popular and critically acclaimed indie games of 2012, will finally be making its way to other platforms. The announcement was made recently by developer Phil Fish on the...
Google reportedly to settle antitrust probe on January 3
On December 19, we reported that, according to sources, the FTC was set to push its investigation of Google into early 2013. Originally, it was to be settled by the end of 2012, but a heap of criticism prompted an extension while the agency looked into additional penalties. Apparently they didn’t need much extra time, as sources are now stating that Google will settle the probe tomorrow. According to Bloomberg, three individuals familiar with the proceeding have stated that Google will s...
Google reportedly to settle antitrust probe on January 3
On December 19, we reported that, according to sources, the FTC was set to push its investigation of Google into early 2013. Originally, it was to be settled by the end of 2012, but a heap of criticism prompted an extension while the agency looked into additional penalties. Apparently they didn’t need much extra time, as sources are now stating that Google will settle the probe tomorrow. According to Bloomberg, three individuals familiar with the proceeding have stated that Google will s...
Gameloft offering games for discounted price of Rs 55
One of the biggest names in mobile gaming, Gameloft is celebrating the holiday season by offering some of its games at a discount. The games up for grabs at the discounted price of Rs 55 include major games like The Dark Knight Rises, N.O.V.A. 3,......
Wright-Phillips hands Chelsea shock title setback
Wright-Phillips struck against his former club in the 78th minute to secure his side's second league win of the season and their first away victory since November 2011, as well as their first win at the home of their near neighbours since 1983.
India vs Pak LIVE: Can India avoid embarrassment?
Live detailed updates as India face Pakistan in a must-win ODI at Eden Gardens, Kolkata.
Apple A6X SoC production reportedly shifted from Samsung to TSMC
  All the patent wars are finally taking their toll. It is no secret that Samsung still manufactures a lot of components for Apple products. But the Cupertino giant is reportedly shifting the production of the quad-core A6X SoC from Samsung to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). However, this is still not etched in stone, as the production trial will begin during Q1 2013 to see if TSMC can deliver the volumes Apple requires. If all goes through smoothly, the A6X processo...
Crimson Dragon footage leaks following premature XBL demo release
See the Panzer Dragoon-esque Kinect shooter in action. When a demo for Crimson Dragon - a forthcoming Kinect shooter - was accidentally made live on the Japanese Xbox Live Marketplace on Monday, one person was quick enough to capture footage of the demo before it was removed. Click here to read the full articleRelated StoriesZynga shuts down 11 games ahead of confirmed Japan studio closureNeed for Speed: Most Wanted Wii U gets full gameplay on GamePadMutant Mudds dev to stop 3DS support if pirac...
Armed robbers hit Paris Apple store
Armed robbers targeted an Apple Inc store in central Paris on New Year's Eve, taking thousands of euros (dollars) worth of goods, a police official said on Tuesday.The robbery took place at about 9 p.m. (1900 GMT) on Monday, three hours after......
Analysis: Republicans start new Congress bruised and divided
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In the wake of bruising fights in their own ranks over the "fiscal cliff" and aid for victims of superstorm Sandy - Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives open a new Congress on Thursday more divided than ever. ...
Preview: Pakistan aim to tame India at Eden Gardens
Another defeat on Thursday would mean India's second series loss in less than a fortnight after England recorded their first Test series win (2-1) on Indian soil in 28 years.
Concept art for shelved Activision game 'Sing Hero' emerges
The Guitar Hero companion that never was. Activision had plans to release Sing Hero - a karaoke spin-off of Guitar Hero - before the publisher abandoned music games due to declining profits. Click here to read the full articleRelated StoriesCapcom: No 'late ports' planned for Wii UZynga shuts down 11 games ahead of confirmed Japan studio closureNeed for Speed: Most Wanted Wii U gets full gameplay on GamePadMutant Mudds dev to stop 3DS support if piracy strikesNew Star Wars: The Old Republic ...
Series 3 Chromebox gets updated design
Samsung has rolled out a new Series 3 Chromebox that features a sleek, updated design while running the same hardware under the hood. The model is yet to be launched in the US, but is now available in the UK. Google hasn’t made any announcements about the new model yet, but it is now listed on Samsung’s website with a not-yet-provided price tag. As far as specs go, the new model XE300M22-B01US looks like its predecessor in nearly every way. Its case, however, is a white box with ro...
Chennai Open: Bopanna-Ram, Bhupathi-Nestor advance
India's Rohan Bopanna and India-born American Rajeev Ram progressed with ease into the doubles event quarterfinals of the Chennai Open. Top seeds Mahesh Bhupathi and Daniel Nestor are also through to the quarterfinals.
Stick Them With The Pointy End: Apple Files ‘Active Stylus’ Patent
Apple filed a patent with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) last week for an active stylus. According to the filing,”the stylus includes an electrode at a tip of the stylus; and powered circuitry coupled to the electrode and configured for capacitively coupling the electrode with a capacitive touch sensor panel. The powered circuitry can further include drive circuitry configured to output a drive voltage at the electrode and/or sense circuitry configured to sense a voltage re...
New Star Wars: The Old Republic update forthcoming; same gender romance still coming
Update 1.7 and new expansion detailed. SW:TOR Executive producer Jeff Hickman has confirmed in a new blog post that update 1.7 will usher in changes to an as-yet confirmed "special PvP area", as well as the return of the Gree Enclave.Click here to read the full articleRelated StoriesDead Space 3 trailer tells the story so farCapcom: No 'late ports' planned for Wii UZynga shuts down 11 games ahead of confirmed Japan studio closureNeed for Speed: Most Wanted Wii U gets full gameplay on Gam...
Fiscal Deal's Unintended Consequence
Fiscal Deal's Unintended Consequence APA deal to avoid the so-called 'fiscal cliff' was reached Tuesday, but some are now warning it may have a surprise repercussion.Change threatening to impact manyMore NewsSecret Obama Program Stirs BattleGun Checks Soar to New RecordFox Host Lashes Out Over Report...
Microsoft slams Google, claims it is intentionally harming Windows Phone
Google has been in the news for quite some time over a variety of FTC investigations and issues concerning mobile, advertising, and search practices, with claims that it is deliberately harming its competition. Now Microsoft’s Vice President Dave Heiner has tossed his voice into the mix, posting a lengthy piece on TechNet that expresses concern over the slap on the wrist Google is poised to get from the FTC while claiming that the search engine giant is intentionally harming Windows Phone ...