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Competitors: Nintendo Launching Xbox LIVE Rival Service
7 years ago

Competitors: Nintendo Launching Xbox LIVE Rival Service

By  •  Competitors

While Nintendo leads the other video game console makers in sheer number of devices sold, once you start to look at other factors like ecosystems and integration, the picture becomes much less rosier. As it turns out Nintendo agrees, and is now taking steps to rectify one of the biggest issues with it’s current living room play; the Wii by launching the Nintendo Network.
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PSA: Netflix Pricing Changes Go into Effect September 1st
7 years ago

PSA: Netflix Pricing Changes Go into Effect September 1st

By  •  In General

We wanted to give those of you who use Netflix’s streaming or DVD services via Xbox or Windows Phone that the often bad mouthed pricing changes they announced back in June will go into effect September 1st. That means anyone who had previously signed up to get both streaming and DVD rentals will immediately begin forking over an additional $6 minimum. Head on over to Account.Netflix.com to take a look at the new pricing options or if you are really obsessed with protesting with your hard earned dollars, cancel your subscription.
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Google Set to Buy Motorola Mobility, Yeah You Read That Right
7 years ago

Google Set to Buy Motorola Mobility, Yeah You Read That Right

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We’ve been wondering how Google was going to combat the recent onslaught of patent lawsuits that have been going their way but we can’t honestly say we saw buying Motorola Mobility as a solution to their problem. Turns out someone at Google did and they’re buying the Android OEM for a nice 12.5 Billion dollars.
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Nokia Shutters Ovi Music Service
8 years ago

Nokia Shutters Ovi Music Service

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What do you get when you mix excellent hardware vision with terrible operating systems and no vision for where your industry is headed? Well as it turns out you get the demise of Nokia’s subscription music service Ovi.

Source: SlashGear

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