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Archive for December, 2010

Critics find fault at RIM’s Blackberry Playbook

Posted by Annabel Choy on December 30th, 2010 filed in Tablets

Last September, Canadian telecommunication and wireless device company Research in Motion or RIM has officially entered the tablet market with their latest RIM Playbook. During its unveiling, CEO Mike Lazaridis together with company founder, Dan Dodge, told the press that “the PlayBook would be an incredible gaming platform for publishers and the players.”

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LG’s Year End Double Surprise: LZ9700 & LW6500

Posted by Annabel Choy on December 30th, 2010 filed in Television

Barely few days before the New Year, LG corp., has dropped a huge bomb, enough to make the loudest bang for 2011. After a period of silence, alongside the tablet wars, LG corp. the second largest Korean conglomerate company, has announced yesterday that it will unveil the world’s biggest 3D FULL LED TV at the […]

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GameSpot Awards Red Dead Redemption as the Game of the Year

Posted by Annabel Choy on December 30th, 2010 filed in Gaming Consoles, Headlines

The gaming industry never seem to have a dull moment, especially with the introduction of cloud computing, motion controls, social games and iPhone apps. 2010 has definitely been an exciting year, with dozens of mind blowing titles available. But which title really blew everyone’s mind off? Gamespot.com has the envelope and had just proclaimed the […]

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Allen Relaunches Lawsuit Against Other Technology Giants

Posted by Annabel Choy on December 30th, 2010 filed in Headlines, The Web

Last August Interval Licensing LLC, a small research company set up by Paul Allen in 1992, filed a broad patent lawsuit in a Seattle federal court against technology giants AOL, eBay, Facebook, Netflix, Office Depot, OfficeMax, Staples, Yahoo and Google’s YouTube. His allegation – that the companies are illegally using technology owned by his firm […]

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