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Monthly Archives: July 2016

Dawn of War II Beta Worldwide Release

As of January 27th, Relic’s Warhammer 40K Dawn of War II multiplayer beta is available for the public to download. The beta will feature five multiplayer maps, and all four of the game’s races (Space Marines, Orks, Eldar, and the new Tyranids).You can find the

U.S. Army recruiting at the mall with video games

PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) – The U.S. Army, struggling to ensure it has enough manpower as it fights wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, is wooing young Americans with videogames, Google maps and simulated attacks on enemy positions from an Apache helicopter. Departing from the recruiting environment of

Intel cuts prices of some processors: Report (Reuters)

(Reuters) – Intel, the world’s largest chip maker, has cut the price of some processors by as much as 48 percent as it confronts slumping demand and new lower-cost chips from Advanced Micro Devices Inc, Bloomberg reported. The price of Celeron 570 processors, designed for

New Green Business Generator is Hungry for Your Trash

Small startup IST’s generator is hungry — for your trash.  While some companies have turned to solar or wind power to cut their power budgets and green their campus, IST’s solution is twofold: cut your waste disposal costs, while also producing green power and heat.

Study: Gore doesn’t motivate video game players

– A study to be published in the January 16th edition of the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin indicates that violence and gore do not make games more attractive to players. The report, produced by investigators at the University of Rochester in Rochester, N.Y. and

PS3 will be $299 in April, analysts say

Could the days of the $400 Playstation 3 be numbered? So says financial analyst Michael Pachter, who predicted this week that Sony will trim the price of its cheapest Playstation 3 pack to a “more affordable” $299 in April, and that an Xbox 360 price