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My Xbox Live Woes Continue

It’s been nearly two months since my Xbox Live account, The Game21xx, was hacked and suspended. This is not okay. Nearly two months’ worth of the subscription I paid for has gone completely unutilized because Microsoft is taking its sweet time with the investigation of the hacking that took place …

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Samsung Scares the Hell out of Apple

I’ve long suspected that Apple’s legal action against Motorola, HTC and, most notably, Samsung has largely been because Android scares the living hell out of them. After reading this article from the Sydney Morning Herald, my suspicions were confirmed when, according to the SMH, Apple’s lawyers have stated to Federal …

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Amazon Has Just Cornered the Market

The oft-rumored and long-awaited Kindle Fire 7” Android-powered tablet was revealed today at Amazon’s press and media event and will retail for $199. With the Kindle Fire, Amazon has done what Samsung, Motorola, RIM, HP and so many others have failed to do. They’ve created the first truly successful non-iPad …

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When Developers Fight, Gamers Lose

It has been rumored for months now but yesterday, in a statement from Turn 10 community manager Brian Ekberg, the rumors were finally confirmed. Forza Motorsport 4 will not feature any vehicles from one of the most prominent and revered automakers, Porsche. Why? Because the Porsche license is wholly owned …

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Tiny Tower is Evil

It wasn’t long ago when I was lazily browsing the app store on my iPod Touch and found an interesting little game by the name of Tiny Tower. It’s a game that gives players a small building to work with that will steadily become larger as more floors are built, …

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Geek is the New Cool

I never thought I’d say this but, it seems that geek culture is becoming mainstream. Elements of geek culture are popping up in many areas of pop culture with such frequency that it appears that nerds and geeks the world over are coming out of the shadows and being embraced …

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