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  1. The PC version of this year's multiplayer shooter Titanfall is currently available only through EA's Origin digital distribution hub, not Valve's 100-million user platform Steam. Now, developer Respawn Entertainment co-founder Vince Zampella has spoken out to say that while the first Titanfall is unlikely to ever come to Steam, the game's follow-up could. "At some point you look at it and you say is it even worth now this much later the effort to put it on Steam, when it would be a lot of work and kind of bifurcate the community?" Zampella told Game Informer when asked if the first Titanfall might come to PC. "We would have loved for it to be on Steam from day one, but at some point it just doesn't make sense anymore and you start looking to the future and I think we should not make that same decision again [emphasis added]," he explained. Titanfall was published by EA, which is likely the reason the PC version was exclusive to Origin. Going forward, however, it appears Respawn's exclusivity arrangement with EA has been loosened. In addition to the possibility that Titanfall 2 could come to Steam, Zampella has also suggested that the sequel may come to PlayStation systems for its console release. The original Titanfall was exclusive to PC, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. It is unclear how well Titanfall has sold, but Zampella says the game has seen 8 million unique players to date. We also know that Titanfall is thebest-selling new IP for Xbox One to date. In addition to a Titanfall sequel, it was recently revealed that Respawn has formed a second team internallyto work on a non-Titanfall project, possibly led by former God of War veteran Stig Asmussen. He joined Respawn over the summer as a game director for an unannounced project.
  2. Rock,electronic,and soft rock is my favorite. But I don't like hard metal,though.
  3. Fresh from the red carpet after winning all four awards he was nominated for at this year's MOBOs and Best New Act at the Q Awards, Sam prepares to release his brand new single Like I Can out on 8th December. Back from a sell-out US tour, Sam is home again and following a stunning performance on Later. With Jools Holland, he will embark on his headline UK tour after kicking off the awards season in style. Still to come with two more nominations each are the American Music Awards where Sam will be performing and the MTV EMAs where he's nominated for Best New and Best Push. The wins and nominations coincide with the news of Sam's 2015 North American arena & theatre tour, where he will headline 16 venues including the iconic Madison Square Gardens. In less than 6 months Sam's album In The Lonely Hour has sold over 2.8 million copies worldwide putting Sam on track to be the biggest selling new artist of the year. Sam is currently touring the UK, his 2015 North American tour begins on January 9that the Fox Theatre in Atlanta and ends at Rogers Arena in Canada on 4th February. SAM SMITH AUTUMN NORTH AMERICAN TOUR Jan. 9 ' Atlanta, GA ' Fox Theatre Jan. 10 ' Nashville, TN ' Grand Ole Opry House
 Jan. 12 ' Washington, D.C. ' Patriot Center
 Jan. 13 ' Philadelphia, PA ' The Liacouras Center
 Jan. 15 ' New York, NY ' Madison Square Garden
 Jan. 17 ' Boston, MA ' Agganis Arena
 Jan. 19 ' Montreal, Canada ' Bell Centre
J Jan. 20 ' Toronto, Canada ' Air Canada Centre
 Jan. 22 ' Detroit, MI ' Masonic Temple
 Jan. 23 ' Chicago, IL ' UIC Paviliion Jan. 24 ' St. Paul, MN ' Roy Wilkins Auditorium
 Jan. 26 ' Denver, CO ' 1st Bank Center
 Jan. 30 ' Los Angeles, CA ' The Forum Jan. 31 ' San Francisco, CA ' Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
 Feb. 2 ' Seattle, WA ' KeyArena
 Feb. 4 ' Vancouver, Canada ' Rogers Arena Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  4. 2K announces the details of the upcoming wrestling game's soundtrack. WWE 2K15's soundtrack has been curated by none other than cover star John Cena. The man whose gimmick was once being a rapper who would freestyle before matches is now the one who will shoulder any blame (or receive any praise) for the upcoming wrestling game's soundtrack. 2K today announced the first details about the soundtrack. A press releases lists Cena's qualifications as "cover Superstar and music enthusiast," and reveals he's collaborated on two new songs with Wiz Khalifa, which will be available exclusively on a companion soundtrack album. The soundtrack consists of music from a variety of artists who "transcend several music genres, including hip-hop, rock, and country." The album, however, will only include 10 of these musicians' tracks: Wiz Khalifa & John Cena -- "All Day" B.o.B -- "Ready" (Feat. Future) Rudimental -- "Free" (Feat. Emeli Sandé & Nas) Wiz Khalifa -- "We Dem Boyz" Flo Rida -- "Wild Ones" (Feat. Sia) [WrestleMania 28 Version] Knife Party -- "Bonfire" Big Smo -- "Workin’" (Feat. Alexander King) Mystery Skulls -- "Ghost" Royal Blood -- "Come On Over" Wiz Khalifa & John Cena -- "Breaks" Both of the Cena-Khalifa songs are exclusive to the album, which releases on October 21. Four other songs will also be present in the game: Avenged Sevenfold -- "This Means War" Dizzee Rascal -- "Heart Of A Warrior" (Feat. Teddy Sky) Florida Georgia Line -- "This Is How We Roll" (Feat. Luke Bryan) Rise Against -- "Zero Visibility I guess Cena isn't a big fan of Chris Jericho's band, Fozzy. WWE 2K15 launches for Xbox 360 and PS3 on October 28 in North America and on October 31 in Europe.Xbox One and PS4 versions will then follow on November 18 in North America and November 21 in Europe. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  5. After Rupert Murdoch's News Corp branded Google a "platform for piracy" last week, Google has today returned fire. The search giant says that after removing 222 million pages from search results and investing tens of millions in technology, almost no other company has done more to tackle online piracy. In an open letter to the European competition commissioner earlier this month, News Corp CEO Robert Thomson was highly critical of Google. Thompson began by speaking warmly of Google’s roots as a “wonderfully feisty†Silicon Valley startup, but that developed into warnings over its immense power today as an “often unaccountable bureaucracyâ€. And, as is so often the case with Google’s rivals, matters soon turned to Google’s attitudes towards online piracy. “The shining vision of Google’s founders has been replaced by a cynical management, which offers advertisers impressively precise data about users and content usage, but has been a platform for piracy and the spread of malicious networks, all while driving more traffic and online advertising dollars to Google,†Thompson said. The News Corp statement was never likely to go unanswered and today Google officially returned fire. “Google has done more than almost any other company to help tackle online piracy,â€said Rachel Whetstone, Google’s senior vice president of global communications. “In 2013 we removed 222 million web pages from Google Search due to copyright infringement. The average take-down time is now just six hours,†she added. The SVP also underlined Google’s earlier assertions that sites found to repeatedly violate copyright get downgraded in search rankings. It’s something the movie studios and record labels have being demanding for some time but although Google insists it delivers, few content creators appear pleased with the results. On YouTube, however, things play out somewhat differently. Whetstone reminded News Corp that Google has spent tens of millions of dollars developing technology such as its ContentID, a system that not only combats piracy but enables creators to monetize their content. And hitting back at the accusation that Google has been a platform for the spread of malicious networks, Whetstone said the company is committed to protecting its users’ security. “It’s why we remove malware from our search results and other products, and protect more than 1 billion users every day from phishing and malware with our Safe Browsing warnings,†she said. In response to News Corp accusations that Google undermines the business models of high quality content creators with “egregious aggregationâ€, Whetstone said that the days of news being controlled by a small number of media organizations were over. “Today, people have far greater choice. That has had a profound impact on newspapers, who face much stiffer competition for people’s attention and for advertising Euros,†the SVP said. “Google has worked hard to help publishers succeed online — both in terms of generating new audiences and also increasing their digital revenues. Our search products drive over 10 billion clicks a month to 60,000 publishers’ websites, and we share billions of dollars annually with advertising publishing partners.†Finally, in a moment of comedy but with a serious point, Whetston held up a mirror to News Corp in response to its argument that Google’s actions could lead to “a less informed, more vexatious level of dialogue in our society†and only add to “the intemperate trends we are already seeing in much of Europe.†By linking to an image of a front page published by Murdoch’s ‘The Sun’ tabloid, Google makes clear that if you’re going to criticize others, getting your own house in order should always come first. http://torrentfreak.com/google-to-news-corp-nobody-fights-piracy-like-us-140925/
  6. After Rupert Murdoch's News Corp branded Google a "platform for piracy" last week, Google has today returned fire. The search giant says that after removing 222 million pages from search results and investing tens of millions in technology, almost no other company has done more to tackle online piracy. In an open letter to the European competition commissioner earlier this month, News Corp CEO Robert Thomson was highly critical of Google. Thompson began by speaking warmly of Google’s roots as a “wonderfully feisty†Silicon Valley startup, but that developed into warnings over its immense power today as an “often unaccountable bureaucracyâ€. And, as is so often the case with Google’s rivals, matters soon turned to Google’s attitudes towards online piracy. “The shining vision of Google’s founders has been replaced by a cynical management, which offers advertisers impressively precise data about users and content usage, but has been a platform for piracy and the spread of malicious networks, all while driving more traffic and online advertising dollars to Google,†Thompson said. The News Corp statement was never likely to go unanswered and today Google officially returned fire. “Google has done more than almost any other company to help tackle online piracy,†said Rachel Whetstone, Google’s senior vice president of global communications. “In 2013 we removed 222 million web pages from Google Search due to copyright infringement. The average take-down time is now just six hours,†she added. The SVP also underlined Google’s earlier assertions that sites found to repeatedly violate copyright get downgraded in search rankings. It’s something the movie studios and record labels have being demanding for some time but although Google insists it delivers, few content creators appear pleased with the results. On YouTube, however, things play out somewhat differently. Whetstone reminded News Corp that Google has spent tens of millions of dollars developing technology such as its ContentID, a system that not only combats piracy but enables creators to monetize their content. And hitting back at the accusation that Google has been a platform for the spread of malicious networks, Whetstone said the company is committed to protecting its users’ security. “It’s why we remove malware from our search results and other products, and protect more than 1 billion users every day from phishing and malware with our Safe Browsing warnings,†she said. In response to News Corp accusations that Google undermines the business models of high quality content creators with “egregious aggregationâ€, Whetstone said that the days of news being controlled by a small number of media organizations were over. “Today, people have far greater choice. That has had a profound impact on newspapers, who face much stiffer competition for people’s attention and for advertising Euros,†the SVP said. “Google has worked hard to help publishers succeed online — both in terms of generating new audiences and also increasing their digital revenues. Our search products drive over 10 billion clicks a month to 60,000 publishers’ websites, and we share billions of dollars annually with advertising publishing partners.†Finally, in a moment of comedy but with a serious point, Whetston held up a mirror to News Corp in response to its argument that Google’s actions could lead to “a less informed, more vexatious level of dialogue in our society†and only add to “the intemperate trends we are already seeing in much of Europe.†By linking to an image of a front page published by Murdoch’s ‘The Sun’ tabloid, Google makes clear that if you’re going to criticize others, getting your own house in order should always come first.
  7. hello' personally i like Xbox and i am a big fan of Microsoft because its secure to play Please leave your opinion as well Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  8. An autonomous team of swarming robots is the first of its kind on such a scale. Michael Rubinstein/Harvard SEASEach individual Kilobot doesn't look like much: just a few centimetres in diameter, on three almost comical matchstick-like legs. Powered only by a pair of coin batteries, they move by vibrating, shuffling forward on those funny sticks. The impressive part is what they can do together. In a swarm 1,024 robots strong, they can organise themselves into two-dimensional shapes, requiring only the initial information input -- the shape they are to form -- via infrared light. "The beauty of biological systems is that they are elegantly simple -- and yet, in large numbers, accomplish the seemingly impossible," Nagpal said. "At some level, you no longer even see the individuals; you just see the collective as an entity to itself."The Kilobots -- the work of Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences computer science professor Radhika Nagpaland her team -- are based on the behaviours of biological swarms, and are designed to demonstrate that simple robots are capable of enacting complex behaviours en masse. Licenced for manufacture by a partner in 2011, the robots have demonstrated themselves capable of forming two-dimensional shapes: a sea-star, the letter K (for Kilobots), a wrench -- much like marching bands or a flock of birds. Lead author Michael Rubinstein of Harvard SEAS and the Wyss Institute likened their behaviour to ants that link together to form bridges and rafts for difficult terrain, or social amoebas that link together that can form a single body that can escape an environment where food is scarce. "Biological collectives involve enormous numbers of cooperating entities -- whether you think of cells or insects or animals -- that together accomplish a single task that is a magnitude beyond the scale of any individual," he said. Michael Rubinstein/Harvard SEASThe way the Kilobots work is sheer genius in its simplicity. An initial set of instructions is beamed to the robots via infrared, after which they work autonomously, requiring no further human intervention. Four robots mark out the origin of a coordinate system; the remaining robots receive a 2D image. They then assemble into that shape. Each Kilobot is fitted with infrared transmitters so that it can communicate with its neighbours, but they have no sense of their broader environment; they only know where their neighbours are and their point of origin, but are able to assemble into a shape by gauging the location of the other Kilobots. Michael Rubinstein/Harvard SEAS"These robots are much simpler than many conventional robots, and as a result, their abilities are more variable and less reliable," Rubinstein explained. "For example, the Kilobots have trouble moving in a straight line, and the accuracy of distance sensing can vary from robot to robot." However, the strength of the swarm generally overcomes individual weaknesses. This is the first robot swarm on this scale. Few swarms, in fact, exceed 100 individual robots, due to the cost and labour involved in creating the devices, and the algorithmic limitations on coordinating large numbers. The Kilobots will be invaluable as a test bed for such algorithms. The potential of autonomous swarm robots is huge, particularly in fields such as construction, agriculture, medicine, and mining. The robot hardware and software are available open-source for non-commercial use. You can find all relevant documentation available for free on the Kilobots website. You can also read the full study in the August 15 issue of the journal Science. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xK54Bu9HFRw http://www.cnet.com/news/swarm-of-1000-robots-cooperates-like-an-ant-colony/
  9. A survey into the movie and TV show consumption habits of Danish citizens has revealed an interesting trend. While streaming service subscriptions are up 40% over the previous year and are credited with reducing piracy by 7% in the same period, the number of people still engaging in illegal downloading has remained static. In 2012, Denmark effectively rejected entertainment industry calls to crack down hard on citizens engaged in illegal file-sharing. Instead the government announced its “Pirate Package“, an initiative focused on the development and promotion of legal offerings rather than punishing file-sharers. A YouGov study in the same year suggested this was a good move. While many people admitted engaging in piracy they also indicated a desire to obtain their movies and TV shows from legal sources – if those services were convenient and accessible. Two years on and YouGov are back with a new media consumption study of 1,180 Danes aged between 20-65. Commissioned by TDC Group, Denmark’s leading telecoms company, it reveals encouraging signs for the both the entertainment industry and the government’s strategy, but also an interesting twist. Firstly, piracy of both movies and TV shows is down. This year’s survey suggests that illegal consumption of movies sits at 5.1 million copies. That’s down from the 5.8 million reported in last year’s study and the 8.6 million from 2012. TV shows tell a similar story. In 2012, around 10 million TV shows were pirated, a figure that dropped to 8.1 million in 2013. This year’s study shows a drop again to 7.9 million copies. According to TDC Group media director Ulf Lund, the continued decrease in the consumption of infringing content is due to the development of legal offerings. “Our position has always been that the best way to combat illegal consumption is by developing good legal alternatives,†Lund says. “This is what we can see now that services like Netflix, HBO, Viaplay and YouBio have really materialized here at home.†The study’s findings show that the public is responding to this increased availability. In last year’s survey 32 percent of households with resident 20 to 65-year-olds reported subscribing to a premium streaming service. This year that figure increased to an impressive 45 percent. But while piracy of movies and TV shows continues to fall in the face of impressive take-up of streaming services, it appears that pirates aren’t prepared to kick their old habits just yet. The study found that the total of those who download or stream illegally has not significantly changed from last year, with 15 percent of respondents admitting that someone in their household had obtained content illegally in the preceding three months, up from 14 percent in 2013. “Things are certainly going in the right direction, but we are far from there yet,†Lund says. “Magnitude has decreased, but the level is still very high and there are still many who admit that they consume content illegally.â€
  10. A survey into the movie and TV show consumption habits of Danish citizens has revealed an interesting trend. While streaming service subscriptions are up 40% over the previous year and are credited with reducing piracy by 7% in the same period, the number of people still engaging in illegal downloading has remained static. piratesaintIn 2012, Denmark effectively rejected entertainment industry calls to crack down hard on citizens engaged in illegal file-sharing. Instead the government announced its “Pirate Package“, an initiative focused on the development and promotion of legal offerings rather than punishing file-sharers. A YouGov study in the same year suggested this was a good move. While many people admitted engaging in piracy they also indicated a desire to obtain their movies and TV shows from legal sources – if those services were convenient and accessible. Two years on and YouGov are back with a new media consumption study of 1,180 Danes aged between 20-65. Commissioned by TDC Group, Denmark’s leading telecoms company, it reveals encouraging signs for the both the entertainment industry and the government’s strategy, but also an interesting twist. Firstly, piracy of both movies and TV shows is down. This year’s survey suggests that illegal consumption of movies sits at 5.1 million copies. That’s down from the 5.8 million reported in last year’s study and the 8.6 million from 2012. TV shows tell a similar story. In 2012, around 10 million TV shows were pirated, a figure that dropped to 8.1 million in 2013. This year’s study shows a drop again to 7.9 million copies. According to TDC Group media director Ulf Lund, the continued decrease in the consumption of infringing content is due to the development of legal offerings. “Our position has always been that the best way to combat illegal consumption is by developing good legal alternatives,†Lund says. “This is what we can see now that services like Netflix, HBO, Viaplay and YouBio have really materialized here at home.†The study’s findings show that the public is responding to this increased availability. In last year’s survey 32 percent of households with resident 20 to 65-year-olds reported subscribing to a premium streaming service. This year that figure increased to an impressive 45 percent. But while piracy of movies and TV shows continues to fall in the face of impressive take-up of streaming services, it appears that pirates aren’t prepared to kick their old habits just yet. The study found that the total of those who download or stream illegally has not significantly changed from last year, with 15 percent of respondents admitting that someone in their household had obtained content illegally in the preceding three months, up from 14 percent in 2013. “Things are certainly going in the right direction, but we are far from there yet,†Lund says. “Magnitude has decreased, but the level is still very high and there are still many who admit that they consume content illegally.†http://torrentfreak.com/pirates-like-streaming-but-dont-completely-abandon-ship-140605/