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In all, a total of 56 games spread across 24 award categories were nominated for the 20th Annual D.I.C.E. Awards by the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS), the non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement and recognition of the interactive arts.
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By George Norman on 23 Oct 2008
Somebody sure has dropped the ball on this one! People that had set iGoogle as their home page did not hold back in expressing their discontent.
By George Norman on 23 Oct 2008
We have put together a different kind of list, showing the main reasons why you should definitely adopt this OS.
By George Norman on 23 Oct 2008
Since its launch back in 2006, Windows Vista has not exactly been the best software product to be put out on the market by Microsoft.
By George Norman on 23 Oct 2008
This handy piece of software from TuneUp Media weighs in at just 14.2MB, will work on Windows XP as well as Vista and is freeware.
By George Norman on 23 Oct 2008
Let Google’s Canned Response take a load of your shoulders and answer your e-mail automatically.
By George Norman on 23 Oct 2008
The MMO (short for massively multiplayer online) game in question will be named “Star Wars: The Old Republic”
By George Norman on 23 Oct 2008
When the software products you produce achieve such a massive market penetration as Microsoft’s it is normal to expect high piracy rates.
By George Norman on 23 Oct 2008
It pleases me to say that the Smartsheet Beta version which was launched three months back is out of the picture for good.
By George Norman on 23 Oct 2008
There is not much that we know for sure about this vulnerability, but what we do know is that it has been deemed "CRITICAL",
By George Norman on 23 Oct 2008
The security issue in question refers to the carpet bombing vulnerability that influences several browser packages.
By George Norman on 23 Oct 2008
Microsoft, or the Redmond giant as some like to call it, has gone ahead and announced that it will release SP2 for its Vista OS next year, in June
By George Norman on 23 Oct 2008
While Microsoft and Ferrari are brand names that get instant recognition all over the 7 continents, there aren’t that many people who know about
By George Norman on 23 Oct 2008
According to Bonnie MacNaughton, software pirates find XP more profitable than Vista and consequently do not bother to pirate the latter.
By George Norman on 22 Oct 2008
According to a report entitled “What’s Holding RSS Back?” published by Forrester Research, RSS usage has reached an all time high of 11%.
By George Norman on 22 Oct 2008
The most recent trend for malware spreaders is to advertise their malicious software as security software.
By George Norman on 22 Oct 2008
Bonnie MacNaughton announced that the Microsoft considers software piracy a major concern and that it will take measure to combat it.
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