Pokémon Black & White 2 coming to America

After months of non-confirmed rumors, Nintendo have finally announced a sequel to Pokemon Black and White. The sequel won’t be entitled Pokémon Grey instead being announced as Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Now Available for Purchase


The newly revised, Samsung Galaxy Tab. Has just been released in a 10.1 inch size. You can pre-order it at many stores including Best Buy for June 17th delivery date. If you live near New York City you can pick your Galaxy Tab starting today at the Union Square Best Buy store.
The dual-core powered, Android 3.1 Wi-Fi tablet comes in two colors: white and metallic gray. The device contains a 10.1-inch screen boasts 1280×800 pixels, and the tablet also has a 3-megapixel back camera and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera for video chats.  This tablet is the thinnest and lightest tablet on the market for a price of  $599 for a 32 GB version, and the 16 GB version costs $499.

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Sony may offer reward to help catch hackers

Sony LogoWith an attack that has compromised as much as 100 million users accounts on the PlayStation Network Sony may be looking for more help. According to Cnet, Sony may be looking into offering a reward to someone who can provide more information on who the attackers are. The information of’course must also lead to the arrest and conviction of who is involved in the attacks.

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Breaking: Netflix servers are down 3/22

Netflix Down Twitter

Looks like Netflix is having a little trouble with both their website and instant watching. Just a simple Google search for Netflix down returns many twitter results with users complaining about it. Trying to visit the Netflix site brings you only the following error with no other message on what the cause is at this time.

We’re sorry, the Netflix website and the ability to instantly watch movies are both temporarily unavailable.

However, our shipping centers are continuing to send and receive DVDs so your order is in process as usual.

Our engineers are working hard to bring the site and ability to watch instantly back up as soon as possible. We appreciate your patience and, again, we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you need further assistance, please call us at 1-877-445-6064.

I am sure Netflix is doing their best to restore service as soon as possible and I am sure the interruption will not last long. Please let us know if anyone has any more information on the matter in the comments below.

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YouTube upload limit increased to 15 minutes

This is great news, the original 10 minute limit on videos uploaded to YouTube has now been increased to 15 minutes. It was very time consuming to split an hour video into 6 separate parts, now it only has to be done 4 times.

YouTube stated that an increase in the time limit for videos was the number 1 most requested feature on YouTube. They want you to take advantage of this new change by uploading your 15 minutes of fame video to the site and tagging it with “yt15minutes” the best video will be displayed in the featured spotlight on YouTube’s front page for the world to see.

The move to 15 minutes was also influenced by the success of the content ID program created by YouTube to help the music and movie industry identify copyright content on YouTube. Read the full announcement here.

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