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Tuesday, 19-Feb-2013 23:07 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Say goodbye to used games for the future Xbox

The next-generation of Xbox is one of the closest guarded secrets of the Microsoft Corp’ Camp – you’ll find no leaked controller pictures anywhere with this upcoming baby, but Eidos’ Ian Livingstone has confirmed in an interview that the upcoming next Xbox console will indeed watermark discs so they are unusable on other machines.

Livingstone is currently in India promoting the new Tomb Raider game and was interviewed by the team whilst on his travels. The confirmation that Xbox 720, Xbox 8, Loop, Infinity (whatever it will be called) blocking used games will surely be a massive blow to retailers who rely on the trade-ins and used game market to supplement their sales.

It was also confirmed that the next Xbox does require an ‘always-on’ internet connection, so if you’re having bandwidth issues or on a capped data plan – you might want to consider upgrading!

Nothing has yet been confirmed by Microsoft, but with Sony soon to announce a new Playstation console and publishers looking to showcase their latest games on next-gen hardware – a reveal is logically imminent.

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Sunday, 20-Jan-2013 05:06 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Jenna Dewan-Tatum Baby Bump: Actress Flaunts Belly In Tight Dres

Jenna Dewan-Tatum is pregnant and proud!

The new mom-to-be, 32, showed off her pregnancy curves in a photo posted to Instagram on Friday. Wearing a tight grey dress and denim and leather jacket, Dewan-Tatum cradles her baby bump in the picture, uploaded by her Hollywood pal, Stacy Keibler. "It's poppin'!" Keibler wrote, adding, "@jennaldewan is the cutest mom to be!!!"

Dewan-Tatum and George Clooney's girlfriend are close buds. "They've been friends for a long time," a source told E! News in July. "Jenna and Stacy are very good friends."

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Friday, 18-Jan-2013 20:35 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Emma Stone

Title: Emma Stone on ‘demanding’ movie costume

Emma Stone has described the undergarments she had to wear for her movie Gangster Squad as being "demanding".

The actress stars as woman of mystery Grace Faraday in the crime drama, which is set in 1940s Hollywood.

Emma revealed that it was a tough job to maintain the glamorous image sported by stars in that era.

"Those undergarments were pretty demanding," Emma told W magazine. "It’s time-consuming to put on a bustier and a little corset every day."

Emma explained how her role in Gangster Squad sees her channel a femme fatale character for the first time. Previously known for her humorous roles in films such as Zombieland, Emma confessed that the restrictive costume helped her fulfil this new role more effectively.

"But you’re immediately more poised than you would be in modern-day clothes," Emma continued. "And it makes it easy to get into character."

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Friday, 18-Jan-2013 17:23 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Brad Keselowski to serve as guest DJ after griping about music o

According to USA Today Sports, the DJ, who goes by the name “DZL,” told Keselowski to worry about winning the Sprint Cup championship, and vowed that Keselowski could come on the station and play whatever music he liked.

Keselowski lived up to his end of the bargain, winning the 2012 Chase for the Sprint Cup. So on Jan. 25, Keselowski will get to be the guest DJ on WEND’s afternoon drive time show from 5-6 p.m.

"This is something I've wanted to do since I was a kid," Keselowski said in a statement. "I always thought that radio deejays, along with racecar drivers, had one of the coolest jobs around. Why wouldn't you like fast cars and rock and roll?"

According to USA Today, WEND is one of Keselowski’s favorite stations. He enjoys rock and alternative rock and began listening to the station when he moved to Charlotte in 2007.

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Sunday, 16-Dec-2012 16:49 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Alan Turing should be pardoned, argue Stephen Hawking and top sc

Alan Turing, the Enigma codebreaker who was convicted of homosexuality in 1952, should receive a posthumous pardon, Professor Stephen Hawking and other leading scientists have urged.

In a letter to the Daily Telegraph, Hawking, the world-renowned physicist, and 10 other signatories say David Cameron should "formally forgive" the mathematician.

The letter comes after Lord Sharkey, a Liberal Democrat peer and one of the signatories, introduced a private member's bill in the Lords to grant Turing an official pardon this summer.

Other signatories to the letter include Lord Rees, the astronomer royal, Sir Paul Nurse, the head of the Royal Society, and Lady Trumpington, who worked for Turing during the war.

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