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World of Warcraft Cities Turn Into Deathtraps, Hacker Suspected

Players logging into the World of Warcraft servers tonight beware that hackers have struck some of the major cities. It appears from the videos that the hackers have opened trial accounts and used level 1 characters to enter the cities and execute a script that instantly kills everyone around them at the time.

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Nintendo Announces Nintendo TVii

Lumped in with the excitement for the Wii U at Nintendo‘s live event today was a demo of a previously glossed-over detail of Wii U. With the launch of Wii U, every console will come pre-installed with Nintendo TVii, a service that has no extra charge and no monthly fee. It lumps together all of your video from your favorite subscription services and makes it all accessible directly from the Wii U GamePad.

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DirectTV Removes Viacom Channels Over Legal Dispute

I woke up this morning and turned on my TV, as I was going through the channels I saw an interesting sight, DirectTV had a special clip set on loop above all Viacom channels like MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, TV Land and Spike which have been removed from the DirectTV service.

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Iomoio Music Review

Providing a wonderful music service with lot of amazing offers, Iomoio.com is a favorite for music addicts. If you are searching for easy way to enjoy and download favorite music albums for cheap price, then Iomio.com is a cool place to hang out. Iomoio.com a huge collection of Albums counting around 175397 which includes 2003835 music tracks from 60060 artists. The overall storage space of tracks is around 14489 GB. The sound tracks are of good quality with 192 kbps MP3 format mostly and occasionally some tracks are of 128 kbps quality. Whatever songs you have downloaded will be stored in your account and you can download the same tracks again if required which is not possible with other services.

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Sim City 5 vs. Cities XL a future showdown?

As many of you may now know, SimCity 5 is slated for release in early next year. Maxis is promising us a glorious and grand return of the title, with amazing new game play and world set up. Yet, they now have some major competition in the city building and simulation genre. SimCity’s cheif competition is Cities XL, which first appeared in 2009 to fill the city building and simulation void left by Maxis and EA when they chose to take such a long break from the franchise. It offers users a full 3D world that could be zoomed into street level and panned 360°, as well as multiplayer capabilities. Cities XL offers and entire globe full of city locations and a variety or maps to choose from, with stunning new and updated graphics it brought to us everything that Sim City 4 couldn’t or hadn’t.

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