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GameSpy’s imminent demise brings service interruption for Borderlands and Civilization

2K announced a planned interruption of online service for Borderlands 1 and Civilization III and IV on May 31 as the games migrate from GameSpy's online hosting services to Valve's Steamworks.
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Nest Learning Thermostat now for sale on Google Play

Nest's Learning Thermostat is now available on Google Play, making it the only product to be available on both Google and Apple's retail sites. Learn more here.
Home Theater

AT&T gathers $500 million to launch a new online video service

The telecommunications giant today announced a partnership with The Chernin Group to jointly invest $500 million toward a new online video service. The move comes at a time when many other players are jumping into the potentially profitable…
Gaming

Nintendo announces massive content infusion for Mario Golf: World Tour

Nintendo reveals DLC plans and Season Pass details for the upcoming 3DS game, Mario Golf: World Tour. Three packs will be released between May and June 2014, adding new courses and playable characters to the game.
Gaming

Crytek releases free-to-play FPS Warface for Xbox 360

Crytek's free-to-play first-person shooter Warface came to Xbox 360 as a beta in March, but the final version is live as of today in the Xbox 360 Games Store.
Music

Runtastic adds ultimate fitness playlist, with more music coming soon

Runtastic, the popular fitness tracking app, and Universal Music Group are partnering together to create fitness playlists designed to encourage you to run faster, go further, and always finish strong. Or just get off the couch.
Mobile

Apple takes a not-so-subtle swipe at Samsung in latest newspaper ad

Apple wanted to make it known that it is a company dedicated to decreasing its footprint in the environment by releasing a new newspaper ad. It also wanted to make it known that Samsung copied its ideas. Wait, what?