“Mass Effect” space epic aims to evoke emotion

“Mass Effect” space epic aims to evoke emotion
TORONTO (Reuters) – Saving the galaxy from annihilation has to be emotional, according to a Canadian video game developer who wants players of action role playing title “Mass Effect” to weigh their choices carefully as they fight for the future.[Lees verder]

YouTube guerrillas target on Australia’s election
CANBERRA (Reuters) – A YouTube clip of Australia’s Prime Ministerial hopeful Kevin Rudd as a Chairman Mao-figure in a spoof Chinese propaganda film is spearheading a guerrilla video campaign undermining the major parties’ election advertising.[Lees verder]

“Last Supper” to go online
MILAN (Reuters) – A high-resolution image of Da Vinci’s “Last Supper” will soon be posted on the Internet by an Italian technology firm, allowing art lovers and conspiracy theorists alike to scrutinize it from their own computers.[Lees verder]

U.S. retailers want online sellers to fight theft
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. retailers and police called on Congress on Thursday to require online auction sites such as eBay to post the serial numbers of items for sale to help crack down on gangs of professional shoplifters.[Lees verder]

Activision poised to score with new guitar game
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Activision Inc is set to launch “Guitar Hero 3” amid expectations that the latest installment of its music-themed franchise will be a platinum hit for the second-biggest U.S. video game publisher.[Lees verder]

Loving the Internet
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Rather than looking for their perfect match, one in four Americans say the Internet can serve as a substitute for a significant other, according to a poll released on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Google’s CEO downplays possible threats
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California (Reuters) – Google Inc has hit its stride with a strategy that focuses on Web search, advertising and applications, Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said on Wednesday, as he downplayed possible threats.[Lees verder]

Google to focus on mobile Internet in China
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Google says it’s grappling with an unusual challenge in China’s Internet market — how to cater to masses of Web surfers who go online for the first time via mobile devices, rather than migrating from PCs.[Lees verder]

“Mass Effect” space epic aims to evoke emotion
TORONTO (Reuters) – Saving the galaxy from annihilation has to be emotional, according to a Canadian video game developer who wants players of action role playing title “Mass Effect” to weigh their choices carefully as they fight for the future.[Lees verder]

YouTube guerrillas target on Australia’s election
CANBERRA (Reuters) – A YouTube clip of Australia’s Prime Ministerial hopeful Kevin Rudd as a Chairman Mao-figure in a spoof Chinese propaganda film is spearheading a guerrilla video campaign undermining the major parties’ election advertising.[Lees verder]

“Last Supper” to go online
MILAN (Reuters) – A high-resolution image of Da Vinci’s “Last Supper” will soon be posted on the Internet by an Italian technology firm, allowing art lovers and conspiracy theorists alike to scrutinize it from their own computers.[Lees verder]

U.S. retailers want online sellers to fight theft
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. retailers and police called on Congress on Thursday to require online auction sites such as eBay to post the serial numbers of items for sale to help crack down on gangs of professional shoplifters.[Lees verder]

Activision poised to score with new guitar game
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Activision Inc is set to launch “Guitar Hero 3” amid expectations that the latest installment of its music-themed franchise will be a platinum hit for the second-biggest U.S. video game publisher.[Lees verder]

Loving the Internet
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Rather than looking for their perfect match, one in four Americans say the Internet can serve as a substitute for a significant other, according to a poll released on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Google’s CEO downplays possible threats
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California (Reuters) – Google Inc has hit its stride with a strategy that focuses on Web search, advertising and applications, Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said on Wednesday, as he downplayed possible threats.[Lees verder]

Google to focus on mobile Internet in China
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Google says it’s grappling with an unusual challenge in China’s Internet market — how to cater to masses of Web surfers who go online for the first time via mobile devices, rather than migrating from PCs.[Lees verder]

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