Adobe Goes After Apple In New Ad Campaign

Depending on the sites that you frequent today or the newspapers you read, you might see a few ads from Adobe professing their love of Apple and Choice. The ongoing feud between Adobe and Apple over Flash vs HTML5 will go on for some time, but Adobe is making it clear that Apple and Steve Jobs have made a mistake in shutting them out …

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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

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Human Target renewed: FOX announced today that series Human Target will get a 13-episode second season, probably even a farther stretch from the comic it’s …

HTC Claims Apple Is Infringing On Five Patents

In response to Apple’s lawsuit from March, HTC has just released a press release stating that Apple is infringing on five of the Taiwanese-based company’s patents. HTC has filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission asking for a dead stop on the importation of iPhones, iPods and iPads. It’s unclear which patents …

EA Announces Bad Company 2 Sales, Looks Ahead for FY 2011

Electronic Arts may not necessarily be the top dog in third-party video game publishing any more, but they’re still no slouch when it comes to moving units.

In earnings summaries for their previous fiscal year, which ended on March 31, EA reported that five releases broke the 5 million mark in terms of sales. Battlefield: Bad

What’s the Level You Just Can’t Beat?

Last weekend I was supposed to be doing something, and while I was supposed to be doing it I was actually playing GeoDefense. Specifically I was playing Level 13 (out of 14) in the Hard group of levels.

It’s called Twister. It’s shaped sort of like the funnel of a tornado. The little tagline you get before you play it is “I don’t …

Steam for Mac Launches Today

The cake is not a lie! Valve’s popular digital distribution client hits Mac OS X today. As we noted a while back, the debut of Steam for Mac coincides with the launch of Steam Play, the cross-platform support that lets play any purchased game on Windows or Mac machines no matter where you brought it.

Portal will be among the first …

The Loadout for May 11th, 2010: New Games to Attack Your Week With

Welcome to the Loadout. Our philosophy is that the working week is a recurring boss battle that you’ll need the proper weapons to take down. The supplies at hand won’t always be pretty but you might just be able to hold out until the weekend. Green means add it to your arsenal, yellow leaves it up to your discretion and red means

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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

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Fright Night: Colin Farrel (In Bruges) and Toni Collette (United States of Tara) have been cast in the remake of 1985 vampire flick Fright Night opposite Anton Yelchin (Star Trek, Terminator Salvation). The Dreamworks film will supposedly stick to the …

EA Combats Used Game Sales With New Online Pass For Sports Titles

The game’s about to change for fans of the popular EA Sports titles. Starting in June with the release of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11, EA will be rolling out Online Pass, a newly-announced system for accessing networked features of their top-selling athletic simulations.

Here’s how it’ll work: If you want to play online against …

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