Day: December 29, 2013

Mighty No. 9: More Footage To Hold You Over | Mighty No. 9

Mighty No. 9: More Footage To Hold You Over | Mighty No. 9 1   More footage on the upcoming Mighty No. 9 game. If you’ve been looking for more on Mighty No. 9, look no further! New footage shown during the Game Developer’s Convention is up on the internet. You can see from the video above that the game is coming along nicely.  The footage itself is in early Alpha. We’re shown two separate areas with Beck blasting stuff, and descriptions of the Mighty Numbers. Mighty No. 9 really shows off how far gaming has come. Taking old-school platforming...

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Skype 2.5 for Mac available now

Skype 2.5 for Mac available now Skype has released the Gold version of Skype 2.5 for the Mac. The free software was originally introduced as a public beta in November 2006. It introduces a range of new features, not least cheap SMS text message sending and ten-way conference calling. Skype users can make free calls to other Skype users worldwide, and can speak with up to 100 people at a time, or enter ten-way conference calls at no charge. The software also lets users swap files and lets you call standard mobile of fixed line telephones at highly competitive...

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Microsoft cuts contractor pay in effort to reduce costs

Microsoft cuts contractor pay in effort to reduce costs In an effort to reduce costs, Microsoft is cutting current contractor pay by 10 per cent and future contractor pay by 15 per cent. “We held discussions with some of the impacted agencies and settled on the 10 percent reduction based on the economic climate and the need to achieve greater cost reductions,” Microsoft said in a statement. According to a letter reportedly sent to contract agencies that was posted on the TechFlash blog, Microsoft also plans to cut future contract pay 15 per cent. Microsoft did not reply to...

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UK digital music seizes 60% of singles market

UK digital music seizes 60% of singles market Digital music sales are booming, driving growth in album and singles sales despite declining retail sales in the UK. Record label industry association the BPI yesterday revealed its third-quarter report on the state of the UK music market. It claims that UK single track download sales are reaching 25 million since the format launched, with 5.7 million sales in 2004 and 16.9 million sales already in 2005.  Digital sales are 60 per cent of UK singles market Weekly sales regularly top 500,000, the BPI said, revealing that digital downloads now account for...

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