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  • Blog Post: Stuck Offline? Clickhole's Internet Sim Provides The Next Best Thing

    If you're reading this, odds are you have online access and you know a thing or two about how that whole Worldwide Web thing works. In the unlikely event that you're a complete online neophyte, Clickhole is here to help with their latest Clickventure, Internet Sim. This richly detailed choose... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Launches Xbox Video Website

    Microsoft's video rental service is now available via browser, but right now only SD playback is supported. You can check out the site by heading to video.xbox.com . The service is available as an application for Windows 8, as well as Xbox One. Those are the platforms where you can use Xbox Video... More
  • Blog Post: Sony And Viacom Reach Deal For Streaming Internet Television Service

    In a deal that could be a landmark in the transition from cable television to streaming Internet TV service, Sony and entertainment industry giant Viacom has tentatively agreed to bring live TV to a new Sony streaming service. The New York Times says, "The agreement is believed to be the first of... More
  • Blog Post: Sources Say Next Xbox Requires Always-On Internet Connection

    [Update] Microsoft has released a new statement, which apologizes for the comments made on Twitter yesterday. This new statement was released by official Xbox blogger Major Nelson . Here is the statement in full: "We apologize for the inappropriate comments made by an employee on Twitter yesterday... More
  • Blog Post: Forget Planking and Tebowing, Hadoukening Is the Latest Rage

    The Internet's next viral photography meme is from Japan and inspired by the legendary Street Fighter move . We expect that this will conquer the world in record time. Sorry Tebow - your time is up. We ran across an Imgur account on the Internet that documents this emerging trend. To be honest, this... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Registers Blood Masque Web Domains

    [Update] We got a (not too revealing) reply from a Square Enix representative this morning: "U nfortunately we are unable to make a comment." [Original Story] Is this the first sign of a new Square Enix franchise? Let's hope so. Fusible spotted two domain registrations created on January... More
  • Blog Post: White House Explains SOPA/PIPA Position

    Three officials from the Obama administration articulated the White House's position on proposed anti-piracy legislation, balancing the need for strong antipiracy measures while respecting both freedom of expression and the way information and ideas are share on the Internet. The statement , which... More
  • Blog Post: Dinosaurs Invade Battlefield 3 DLC (Kind Of)

    There are a few things the internet completely agrees on. Dinosaurs are one of those things, and various message boards have been (jokingly) clamoring for DICE to include the prehistoric creatures in Battlefield 3 (a hopeful Photoshop can be seen here ). Thanks to the new Back to Karkand DLC, 4chan,... More
  • Blog Post: Vietnam Places Ban On Late Night Online Gaming

    Are you addicted to online gaming? If you live in Vietnam, your life just got a little harder. According to Info.VN , the Vietnamese Ministry of Information and Communication has asked Internet providers in the country block access to online gaming between 10 PM and 8 AM daily. These measures will go... More
  • Blog Post: EA Says Single-Player Gaming Is On The Way Out

    Speaking with Develop , EA Games president Frank Gibeau says that the company will be focusing on "connected" gameplay experiences, and says that the era of single-player only experiences is likely coming to an end. "Online is where the innovation, and the action, is at" said Gibeau... More
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