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Google introduces cross-platform multiplayer gaming for iOS and Android

<i>Follow all of GamesBeat’s coverage from the 2014 Game Developers Conference here.</i><p>Android and iOS owners can soon settle who is better at games.<p>Google introduced a new version of its Google Play Games Services tool kit at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco today. This update will enable …

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Huawei reveals its first Firefox OS smartphone, the Huawei Y300 (hands-on) - CNET

BARCELONA, Spain -- Huawei is showing off its first Firefox OS smartphone here at Mobile World Congress 2014, the Huawei Y300.<p>The 4-inch WVGA (800x480) handset is running Firefox OS v1.1, features a dual-core 1GHz Snapdragon 8225 processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB storage, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1, a …

Articles about woods 8 forest homes on Dwell.com - Dwell

Covered in mirrored glass that’s transparent when viewed from within, the façade of this Mexican forest retreat reflects the...<p>In this series, Sebastian Mariscal designs a home in Venice, California, that brings the outside in. We track the project...<p>Wood in general is a beautiful, evocative …

Today's PoliticOz: HOLDEN IS HISTORY http://themo.io/196K54V "Either you're here or you're not," taunted Hockey on Tuesday. The response from Holden, arriving shortly afterwards, was this time unequivocal: We're not. “The decision to end manufacturing in Australia reflects the perfect storm of negative influences the automotive industry faces in the country," the company stated, "including the sustained strength of the Australian dollar, high cost of production, small domestic market and arguably the most competitive and fragmented auto market in the world.” It was long recognised that the Coalition was unlikely to keep subsidising the car industry to the degree that Labor would have. Just how much this ultimately affected Holden's decision is academic now. Unfortunately Holden's departure is unlikely to be the last of the bad news. The only remaining auto manufacturer, Toyota, is now under "unprecedented pressure," as the company's own statement put it. Unit costs will rise further, and its supply chain – local component makers – may be stretched to breaking point. Tony Abbott this morning declared, in reminiscent tones, that Toyota won't get any additional money from taxpayers to ensure its survival. The government, which has so far demonstrated little support for the industry, now needs to make the case to the nation that auto manufacturing's demise is part of a broader transition to a more sustainable and dynamic economy, rather than just a sorry end.

Report: Cover art and image leak from next Alien game

Leaked artwork hit NeoGaf over the weekend which appears to fall in line with earlier reports that the next Alien game will be a Sega title called <i>Alien: Isolation</i>.<p>One image, which looks to be cover art for the game, shows a young woman in a helmet lit up by the Alien-trademark green glow. The art …