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New covert ops game gets short film trailer

The next game in the i>Ghost Recon/iseries is to be accompanied by a 30-minute film from two Oscar-winning directors, and a trailer has been released in advance of the short's anticipated autumn 2010 release.

Nation

Young visitors overwhelmed by inspiration

KUALA LUMPUR: As they watched the models strut on the catwalk, two young visitors at the FemmeCity fest were overwhelmed with feeling of admiration and inspiration.

TECH

3DS gets price and launch date

For all those awaiting crucial price and release date details for Nintendo's next handheld games console, the company has announced that confirmation will come on Sept 29, according to Bloomberg Japan.

Lifestyle

Goodies galore

Visit the New Media Pavillion at FemmeCity and win cool prizes.

TECH

Microsoft confirms US pricing of Kinect game camera

Microsoft have confirmed US prices for the upcoming Kinect motion control camera (US$149 or RM476) as well as Kinect bundled with a cheaper Xbox 360 designed especially for casual users (US$299 or RM956).

Community

Shop till you drop

STABILO Malaysia presents the 7-Hour Shopping Challenge, which kicks off at Pat Popular bookstore in Sunway Pyramid, Petaling Jaya this Saturday.

TECH

3D TVs will be mainstream by 2013

French videogame company Ubisoft reiterated their belief in 3D TV, confident that the technology will become mainstream in just a few years.

Community

Convoy of bikers joins launch of latest fuel

IN celebration of the new Shell V-Power 97 performance fuel in Selangor, a special bikers' convoy was held by Shell Malaysia.

TECH

Toshiba puts two screens on its Libretto

b>PETALING JAYA:/bToshiba's latest notebooks - the Libretto W100 and Protege R700 - will be arriving on our shores next month.

TECH

Sony working on new gaming hardware

THE president of Sony Computer Entertainment's Worldwide Studios, the group of videogame developers owned by the company, reassured programmers and designers that the company will be taking their advice to heart in future - and confirmed that Sony are at work on a new hardware platform.