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14Feb2012

SoulCalibur Available In The App Store For iPhone And iPad

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SOULCALIBUR series is available on the iOS. Enjoy the memorable characters and non-stop action SOULCALIBUR is famed for with complete arcade fidelity in the comfort of your own home! Relive the eternal tale of swords and souls transcending time and space. 19 characters in total! All character moves faithfully recreated! Gorgeous Retina display graphics! The
14Feb2012

Retina Ready: Apple’s New Year’s Resolution?

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In a few weeks, Apple will unveil the next generation iPad, John Packowski of AllThingsDconfirms today. If history (and carrier code) is any indication, it should go on sale shortly after that. Maybe even just a few days later. And that’s interesting because it doesn’t give developers a lot of time to prepare. And they’ll want to prepare
14Feb2012

Report: Apple To Announce The iPad 3 The First Week Of March

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Shocking news of the day: Apple is preparing to announce the iPad 3. Crazy news, I know. That announcement, if AllThingsD is to be believed, should come in the first week of March. The next-gen tablet itself is reportedly an upgraded version of the iPad 2, featuring a dual-core CPU and a higher-resolution display. But then
13Feb2012

Steve Jobs Wins a Grammy

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The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences will honor Steve Jobs with a Grammy Award, naming him a Trustees Award honoree on Wednesday. This 2012 Special Merit Award will be presented posthumously at an invitation-only ceremony to be held on February 11, 2012, with a formal acknowledgment made during the 54th annual Grammy Awards television broadcast
12Feb2012

The Pirate Bay’s Peter Sunde: It’s Evolution, Stupid

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By Peter Sunde When I was 9 years old I got my first computer, an Amiga 500. It was the best computer ever built, with great graphics, amazing sound and seven times faster than the Commodore 64. One of my friends said that the Amiga was useless since you needed to boot it from floppies. On the
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