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Let’s Play Xbox Live Indie Game Trials Part 4 – Bureau: Shattered Slipper, SpeedRunner HD, Don’t Die Dateless Dummy

In this installment, Keith and Andrew play a CGI detective trying to figure out how to move their body in cutscenes, along with racing one another to the death and yet another distressing dating game.
Bureau – Shattered Slipper

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Let’s Play Dead Space Part 2 – Pancake Butt and Frannie the Annoying A.I.

Join Andrew, Keith and Alyssa as we discuss comic books, butts, cylons and the rapture. I think there was some necromorph killing at some point, too. Maybe. Don’t worry about it, I’ve got this figured out. Evolution and stuff. I would have gotten away with it too if it wasn’t for these Mendeling kids.

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Fredrik Neij fined for ‘Continued Involvement’ in Pirate Bay

The founders of The Pirate Bay have been hit with a bunch of punishments and other measures to prevent them from continuing. However Frederik Neij was just fined by the Stockholm District court another 500,000 Swedish kronor’s or ($70,690) USD. Frederik Neij and Gorrfrid Scatholm both had been banned from operating the site but Neij had been recently found still involved with the site. Neij already owes around 10.6 million.

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New tablet to show at Google I/O

Looks like Google may be planning to reveal a $199 tablet which is built by Asus. At least, according to the fine people at Bloomberg.

the new tablet will be 7-inches and will run the new Android software called Jelly Bean. Google is slated to reveal both at their Google I/O event which starts today in San Franscisco. The new tablet is to take aim at Apple’s iPad and possibly Microsoft’s new Tablet called Surface a derivative of the old Microsoft Surface Table. This will be the first time that Google has released their own hardware tablet that would be built by both them and Asus. It will be a challenge for Google to enter the tablet market against Apple but at a $199 price point they may have a shot.

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Apple’s move to TV: What should we expect from an iTV?

Apple TV setThough the television set did not make an appearance at Apple’s recent Worldwide Developer Conference in June, Apple’s ‘push in to the living room’ is almost guaranteed to be happening fairly soon. Hints in Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs, Apple execs murmuring…it seems that Apple sees itself as beyond computers and mobile devices, and facilitating efficiency and positive user experience across a range of pursuits.

So, what can we expect from an iTV? This article will take a look at some rumours and match them up against Apple’s unique design philosophy.

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