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Sony Netflix movies back on Xbox Live

Sony Netflix movies back on Xbox Live

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Films by Sony-owned Columbia Pictures that disappeared from Netflix's Xbox Live service last week, are now available for download once again. The range of movies went AWOL from Xbox Live around the launch of the New Xbox Experience, leading many to suggest... >>

Halo 3 expansion pack gets renamed

Halo 3 expansion pack gets renamed

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The forthcoming Halo 3 expansion pack now has a new name. When it was first announced at the Tokyo Game Show last month it was called Halo 3: Recon, but now it seems it's been given a new title of Halo 3: ODST. ODST stands for Orbital Drop Shock Troopers,... >>

Fallout 3 DLC dated for next year

Fallout 3 DLC dated for next year

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Bethesda has announced three downloadable installments for Fallout 3, due out next year. First up will be Operation: Anchorage in January, which will be a military simulation taking players back to the time that the Chinese invaded Alaska. The second... >>

EA releases new Red Alert 3 PC demo

EA releases new Red Alert 3 PC demo

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Anyone who hasn't made their mind up whether to purchase the PC version of Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 yet, EA has released a new demo for you to download for free to get a flavour for it. Released in Europe on 31 October, Red Alert 3 is the latest... >>

Funcom confirms redundancies in the US

Funcom confirms redundancies in the US

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Funcom, the developer behind popular MMORPG Age of Conan, has confirmed it has made some redundancies in the States, but has said it "does not want to mention any specific numbers". Even so, a report over the weekend has hinted that QA and customer services... >>

More GTA IV DLC details announced

More GTA IV DLC details announced

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Rockstar has revealed a few more details about the GTA IV DLC in an official statement. It was USA Today that unveiled the first details of the first of two exclusive Xbox 360 episodes earlier today, and now Rockstar co-found Sam Houser has firmed up... >>

PEGI's traffic light system to get Europe launch in spring

PEGI's traffic light system to get Europe launch in spring

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The new traffic light rating system from PEGI is to be introduced into mainland Europe this spring. Age rating symbols are yet to be finalised, but the current imagery that includes a spider, fist and syringe, is to be expanded on to include descriptive... >>

Children want adult supervision online

Children want adult supervision online

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Children using the Internet want more protection online, according to a new survey. The school inspectorate, Ofsted, has released the findings of a report in which it asked 686 school children how they feel about their safety online. And the majority... >>

Web content scaring kids

Web content scaring kids

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The NSPCC is claiming that not enough is being done to protect children from disturbing content online. The charity has conducted a survey, which found that 377 of 497 children who took part in an online poll claimed to have been disturbed by internet... >>

Council set up to keep kids safe online

Council set up to keep kids safe online

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The government has launched a new council that is hoped will help protect children when they are online. The UK Council for Child Internet Safety is to be launched by Schools Secretary Ed Balls and Home Secretary Jacqui Smith. Its creation follows on... >>