Ian Bilardo

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12 Bizarre Deaths That Video Games Caused

We as gamers may have laid waste to uncountable galaxies, slayed infinite hordes of zombies, and survived endless waves of every imaginable type of …

Defiance surpasses one million registrations

Trion World's massively multiplayer online game, <i>Defiance</i>, surpassed one million registered accounts across all platforms since its launch on April 2, the company announced.<p>Trion noted other stats, such as more than 500,000,000 Hellbugs have been killed, gamers have driven 50,000,000 miles around …

MMOGs

Google, Facebook, and others could face fines over government wiretap refusals

A new bill being drafted by a secret government task force would impose fines on internet companies — such as Facebook, Google, gaming, and VoIP companies — if they don't comply with court orders to allow law enforcement to wiretap user communications, <i>The Washington Post</i> reports. According to the …

Samsung and the University of Texas conspire for thought controlled tablets

Over the last few years there have been quite a few products come to market that boast the ability to be controlled using your thoughts. Most of …

The Brain

Geeksphone To Start Selling First Firefox OS Phones Tomorrow

While hardware giants such as ZTE, Alcatel, LG, Huawei and Sony have publicly committed to building and distributing phones running Mozilla’s HTML5-powered Firefox OS, the first company to actually go to market with Firefox OS devices (albeit only developer preview handsets for now) is a …

Germany fines Google $189K for Street View Wi-Fi data breach

The fine imposed by Germany represents a total of 0.002 percent of Google's $10.7 billion net profit in 2012, and would take mere minutes to claw that back.<p>Germany's privacy regulator has fined Google 145,000 euros ($189,000) after the search giant illegally collected private Wi-Fi network data, …