Day: January 11, 2012

BT to cut online rates

BT to cut online rates BT will deliver on its promise to slash Internet access rates for UK consumers, the company claims. But, critics say the company hasn’t gone far enough. BT has been criticized in recent months for its metered phone charges, which force Internet users to pay local rates for each minute they spend online. e-commerce advocates say BT is hindering the development of Internet use at a time when the country is struggling to compete both in Europe and the US. On Tuesday, BT said it would offer Internet service providers a flat charge of £140...

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The Amazing Spiderman 2 Heading to Nintendo 3DS and Wii U | Amazing Spider-Man 2

The Amazing Spiderman 2 Heading to Nintendo 3DS and Wii U | Amazing Spider-Man 2 Activision and Marvel Entertainment announce Amazing Spiderman 2 is coming to Wii U and 3DS by Nintendo. Set to be released with the movie’s début, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will be placed on Nintendo platforms Wii U and 3DS. Developer of The Amazing Spider-Man on Nintendo last year, Beenox, will also be heading up the sequel. The release date is sometime next spring of 2014. Set in the huge site of New York City, the game will feature open-world gameplay. It will be an...

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Battlecry beta will begin in Australia/New Zealand

Battlecry beta will begin in Australia/New Zealand Bethesda has brought some of their best games to this year’s PAX Australia. Among them is their 3rd person gun-less free-to-play multiplayer action game, Battlecry. The team released a new trailer during the event, while also offering some new details on the game’s beta. The trailer offers a small taste of the game’s animated environments, characters, and melee attacks. The trailer’s release is accompanied by a Bethesda announcement that the beta would open exclusively in Australia and New Zealand. Battlecry has appeared impressive in its limited showings, though there’s still plenty of...

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