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Making Your Retro Love Easier
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Jul
10
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Now you will never be without a 'cold one' within your reach, while doing some hard-core CoD gaming!

The ‘Juggernog Edition’ of Call Of Duty: Black Ops III comes with a mini-fridge and a staggering £180 price tag in the UK.


Wow, just Wow, the Call of Duty: Black Ops III Collector's Edition has been confirmed for the UK as a GAME exclusive, originally announced in New Zealand for just £127, the set includes a mini fridge, 4 drinks coasters in a tin and 9 concept art cards along with a bunch or worthless digital crap (mostly customization stuff, an exclusive map and a season pass) they couldn't even afford to include a 50p music CD, thats digital only too.

But £127 is too cheap for GAME so the brits get to pay a stunning £180.

Here is what you get in the box.....

Jul
08
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17 Year-Old Teen Hacker gets a 2 year suspended sentence, and an order to fight against cyber-crime!

A member of Lizard Squad, the group responsible for numerous attacks on gaming sites and platforms over the past year, has been found guilty in Finland, of a comical 50,700 charges related to hacking!


We all remember how upset we were trying to game online with our new shiny PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles last holiday season, but we could not, and millions around the world could not either, all due to the fact a hacker group called Lizard Squad was DDoS'ing the Sony PSN and Xbox Live to prevent us hard-core gamers to enjoy our next-gen consoles and the little bit of new games available.

Feb
03
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Motorola makes Apple pull iPads and iPhones in Germany



Apple has pulled several iPad and iPhone models from its German online store after Motorola Mobility enforced a patent injunction against its rival.

Having lost not one but multiple lawsuits against Motorola, Apple now finds that not only are its 3G enabled iPads and iPhone 3 to 4gs banned from sale, but also its push email service and iCloud service.

Apple has now agreed to pay the licence fee that everyone else pays going forward, but no agreement can be reached for the unlicensed theft of Motorola's patents, making this more interesting is the fact that Android maker Google is currently in talks to buy Motorola.

May
14
Five Rochdale men have been jailed for using iTunes music gift vouchers to launder money in an internet scam.

The men used stolen credit card numbers to buy £750,000 worth of vouchers to sell at cheaper prices through eBay.

Suhail Tufail, Mohammed Arfan Rasool, Imran Aslam, Raja Zahid Iqbal & Kibriya Ahmad were all jailed in relation to the scam.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/manchester/8683064.stm
May
14
German citizens are responsible for the security of their own private wireless connections, a court has ruled.

The ruling comes after a musician sued the owner of a network connection that had been used to illegally download and file-share music.

The owner had proof that the householder was on holiday at the time but the court ruled that the network should have been password-protected.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/10116606.stm
May
13
two more lawsuits have been filed against sony over its illegal removal of the advertised other os.

http://uk.ps3.ign.com/articles/108/1088481p1.html

new lawsuit 1) http://ps3movies.ign.com/ps3/document/article/108/1088481/Sony OS_File-Stamped Complaint.pdf

new lawsuit 2) http://ps3movies.ign.com/ps3/document/article/108/1088481/suitcomplaint.pdf

this is of course in addition to the suit filed last month which you can get more information or be added to a mailing list at http://mdpcelaw.com/news.cfm?article=128