Day: March 26, 2014

Google Video halts web sales

Google Video halts web sales Google plans to phase out its Google Video service, making way for its other video property, YouTube. The company has offered Google Video for almost two years. Like YouTube, the service offered users access to a library of video clips, though unlike YouTube, Google Video also offered content for rental. The company is now expected to focus its energies on developing effective advertising formats designed to capitalise on the success of YouTube. Google executives hope to settle on an effective advertising system for video ads by the end of the year, reports the Sydney...

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Black Ops patch v1.10 available now for PS3, requires firmware 3.6 or higher

Black Ops patch v1.10 available now for PS3, requires firmware 3.6 or higher Treyarch has released a patch v1.10 for Playstation 3 version of Call of Duty: Black Ops. Before downloading the patch, a small notice to all PS3 gamers, this new patch update requires PS3 firmware update 3.6 or higher. Treyarch community manager, Josh Olin has revealed patch 1.10 changelog, check it out below: Security Updates. New playlists – Flags and Bombs C4 can no longer be warped to player carrying bomb in S&D and Sabotage. Removed erroneous “Reset to Default” message when trying to load a DLC...

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Russian bank puts lie detector in ATM

Russian bank puts lie detector in ATM Customers of the Russian Sperbank might in future have to pay attention to how nervous they sound if they wish to withdraw money from the bank’s ATM machines. According to a newspaper report, the bank is about to deploy a super-secure ‘Big Brother’ ATM machine (our phrase – ed) capable of interrogating customers withdrawing money using a sophisticated lie detection system that picks up on nervousness in the voice. To some the spec released by Sperbank – part owned by the Russian state – might sound like creepy overkill but others will...

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