Day: February 17, 2011

Backbreaker Update is Coming in Early August

Backbreaker Update is Coming in Early August Backbreaker will soon be having a update which will have lots of improvement and upgradation to the game. NaturalMotion Games reveals that the Early August will have a update for the euphoria-powered football game Backbreaker which will update the game with new features, enhancements in gameplay and many more, Todd Gibbs, Head of Game Development, NaturalMotion Games said, “We are lucky to have such a passionate community who have supported us throughout the development of Backbreaker and continue to do so post-launch,” “Greathouse will give them what they have asked for, packed...

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Greek Mythology update for Minecraft Xbox Edition comes just days before Windows 10 update

Greek Mythology update for Minecraft Xbox Edition comes just days before Windows 10 update 0   A new update for Mincraft Xbox One and Xbox 360 has been released with a Greek Mythology theme. Minecraft has been offering a bunch of downloadable content for its Xbox One and Xbox 360 editions, and this particular batch includes tons of Greek Mythology references.  In this new chunk of DLC, Mojang included 39 new skins that all were themed according to Greek Mythology. Along with the skins is a custom texture set, new UI, and a soundtrack composed by Gareth Coker.  Some of...

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Privacy not in Eric Schmidt’s vision of the future

Privacy not in Eric Schmidt’s vision of the future Google Chairman Eric Schmidt painted a messianic picture of our technological future on Monday, involving holographic telepresence, self-driving cars, automatic translation and the widespread deployment of 1Gbps internet access over optical fibre, bringing transnational peace and communication to all. Schmidt was speaking at the opening ceremony of the Cebit trade show in Hanover, Germany, the theme of which this year is “managing trust.” However, Schmidt said nothing about privacy, the area where users of Google’s services in Germany and elsewhere in Europe seem to be most concerned about the trust...

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