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Xbox Live Entertainment Apps Unlocking with Free Gold Weekend

Tuesday, April 17, 2012 No Comments

In a bid to promote all of its recent Xbox Live value-added content applications, Microsoft announced today that this weekend, Thursday, April 19th through Monday, April 23rd, it will be running a free Xbox Live Gold weekend for all Xbox Live members. What makes this particular Free Gold Weekend any different than any other one? […]

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New Xbox Experience Update Brings Apps to the Forefront

Monday, December 19, 2011 1 Comment

The holiday season is upon us. Press releases and announcements are finally starting to slow down. And, as I haven’t had the chance to turn on my Xbox 360 in the past couple of weeks, I had the pleasure of updating to the new New Xbox Experience this week (you may know it’s already been […]

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Microsoft Launches New Entertainment Apps on Xbox Live

Thursday, December 15, 2011 No Comments

Earlier this week, Microsoft announced the launch of fresh entertainment applications for Xbox Live. This group is the second wave of Kinect-compatible applications since Microsoft launched the latest version of the Xbox Experience last week. The update spans news, movies, Video On Demand services from a variety of countries and television providers, and online video […]

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Sony Drops the Price of Playstation 3 Today, Tomorrow for Japan

Wednesday, August 17, 2011 No Comments

Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) announced today that it is officially dropping the prices of the 160GB and 320GB Playstation 3 systems. The 160GB model will be dropping from a manufacturer suggested retail price of 29,980 yen (including tax)/$299 USD/CAD/€299 EU in Japan, North America and Europe respectively, to 24,980 yen (including tax)/$249 USD/CAD/€249 EU, while […]

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Flew the Coop Interview

Wednesday, July 6, 2011 No Comments

In this week’s video, L.E. sits down with Jason Kaplan from JPK Games, an independent Canadian game development studio, to talk about their latest title, Flew the Coop. The game is available now via the iTunes App Store, and we found out about its development and some of the fun surprises that are coming in the next update. Click the link to watch!

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First Major Windows Phone 7 Update Coming This Fall

Tuesday, May 24, 2011 1 Comment

Earlier today, Microsoft held a preview for its first major update for Windows Phone 7. The update, codenamed Mango, will be releasing this fall and will feature over 500 new features, many of which Microsoft says it will discuss as the release approaches. The main focus of today’s preview was to showcase how Mango will […]

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Sony Takes Aim at Windows Phone 7, Announces Playstation App for Android Devices

Friday, January 28, 2011 No Comments

Along with yesterday’s unveiling of the NGP (or PSP 2), Sony also announced that it will be taking the Playstation brand to a different mobile space. Some time later this year, Sony will be introducing a new application, called Playstation Suite, to Android devices (version 2.3 or higher) that will allow users to enjoy Playstation […]

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A Week with Windows Phone 7 – Applications

Wednesday, December 1, 2010 No Comments

In today’s part of our week-long look at Windows Phone 7, I focus on the “smart” part of the the new smartphone operating system, the applications. Without applications, a smartphone is really just a standard cell phone, so it was important for Microsoft to include the ability to download and use applications of all types. […]

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A Week with Windows Phone 7 – Menu Layout

Tuesday, November 30, 2010 5 Comments

Today in our week-long look at Windows Phone 7, I check out the operating system’s menu layout. In Windows Phone 7, the menu has been touted as being able to help you get to all the things that are most important quickly and easily, enabling you to get back to whatever you were doing faster […]