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Numerous ReLive upgrades, in-game overlay, and new mobile app.
Continues with the metallic theme.
Base game content removed, added to DLC.
Aims at 'modders and makers'.
Want to know why The Old Republic has goen F2P? This is the blog you're looking for.
Microsoft has announced a surprise deal with Automattic to move Live Spaces to Wordpress,
Bloggers have convinced the Wisconsin Tourism Federation to change its name to the Tourism Federation of Wisconsin owing to its unfortunate acronym WTF.
Catch up on what's been happening on the busy bit-tech blogs this week, including rants, raves and our very cool Asus competition!
Catch up on what's been happening on the busy bit-tech blogs this week, including rants, raves and our very cool Asus competition
AMD claims that business isn't run on benchmarks, and describes Intel's Nehalem architecture as "the sincerest form of flattery".
After launching the bit-tech Blog at the end of January, we have now started releasing near-daily updates. Here's a round up of last week's posts.
In reply to Keith Stuart's blog over at The Guardian about the critical reception to Mirror's Edge, Joe puzzles over the role of the reviewer and whether comparisons between games and film journalism can ever be fairly raised.
In a world of media players and home theatre PCs, Boxee enters the fray with an underbelly of the massively popular XBMC to carve out a niche in its social media playing idea. We get to grips with the alpha, to see if it has the potential to be the media centre we're looking for.
In Richard's mind the PC enthusiast is at risk - the lack of diversity and move to marketing platforms has crippled niche innovations. Companies are reluctant to try new things and we're sold brands not products any more. Are we buried in nostalgia or is it genuine concern?
Google has responded to Microsoft's offer to buy Yahoo! on the official Google Blog and questions the legality of such a move.
On the presses today is the tale of Jessica Zenner, a Nintendo contracter who was formally dismissed for posting derogatory remarks about her boss on a personal blog.
We've all been there - a great mod, great ideas...and no posts. What's missing? Well, mod-god Pete Dickison of Orac fame is here to tell you: ideas are only as good as how you present them. And he's here to teach you about how to write the project log of your dreams.
The Chairman of Mozilla Corporation has revealed that Firefox earned the company a lofty $52.9m during 2005.
Microsoft shows it's undying support for hardware enthusiasts - you'll now be able to upgrade your PC safely with Vista. Hurray!
The internet is changing how we view the wars in the world today. Soldiers can give a grunt's eye view of the action with video cameras and YouTube, and can blog about their experiences in the field. Is the net a tool of information, propaganda, terror, or all of the above?
Proving that age is not a barrier to internet stardom, British pensioner becomes overnight internet sensation with his YouTube diary.
Dell tried to enter the world of the Bloggerati this week, and was widely blasted for doing so. How can Dell learn from the popular corporate bloggers like the guys at MSDN?
Dell starts a corporate blog to prove that it is listening. Is it? It is. High jinks ensue.
A blogger at the heart of the Vista team goes online to reveal all - could the problem be too much management?
A Mozilla developer blog gives us the insight into where the popular browser is going with its next version revision. The changes are not radical, but they could add some edge.