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Warner and NetherRealm today confirmed that Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition will be releasing on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PS Vita and Xbox 360 but most likely not the upcoming Xbox One. The ultimate version of the ga...
Warner and NetherRealm today confirmed that Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition will be releasing on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PS Vita and Xbox 360 but most likely not the upcoming Xbox One. The ultimate version of the game come with all DLC packs, which Warner say are worth over $120. The DLC characters feature Lobo, Batgirl, General Zod, Martian Manhunter, Zatanna and Mortal Kombat's Scorpion. In addition to all these characters, the Ultimate Edition also includes 40 character skins and 60 STAR Lab missions. When NetherRealm boss Ed Boon was asked about the Xbox One version he replied "Um.... I wouldn't sell that 360 copy...", heavily indicating that the game will not be coming to Microsoft's new console. Whilst it is strange that the game is not coming to the Xbox One, I'm sure there are numerous legal reasons and business decisions behind it. Maybe we will never know why it's not coming there but fortunately there are plenty of other platforms that it will be available for. To be honest, I don't really think that this is that good of a deal. The only reason I can see people getting it is so that they can have a version for their PS4. Other than that, I think that everybody who wanted Injustice probably already has it! Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition will be releasing on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PS Vita and Xbox 360 on November 12th in NA and November 29th in EU. Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
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The frequency of attacks that the infamous Syrian Electronic Army carries out may correlate with the number of President Obama's public statements about Syria and its civil war. Researchers at Recorded Future, a firm that analyzes public...
The frequency of attacks that the infamous Syrian Electronic Army carries out may correlate with the number of President Obama's public statements about Syria and its civil war. Researchers at Recorded Future, a firm that analyzes publicly available data to assess and predict cyberattacks, call the link a "remarkable correlation." See also: Syrian Electronic Army: If U.S. Attacks 'We Will Target All of It' To put it simply, the more Obama talks about Syria, the more the Syrian hackers strike American media targets. It's a full-blown propaganda war. In fact, when Obama discussed military action in retaliation against the alleged chemical attack in Damascus, the SEA ramped up its campaign against American media, hitting the New York Times, Twitter and others. Read more...More about Barack Obama, Sea, Syria, Us World, and Us
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Admit it — you've taken an Instagram selfie (or 10) in the past week. It's one of the biggest photo clichés, and whether we want to admit it or not, we're all guilty. One Instagram account is calling out selfies — and ot...
Admit it — you've taken an Instagram selfie (or 10) in the past week. It's one of the biggest photo clichés, and whether we want to admit it or not, we're all guilty. One Instagram account is calling out selfies — and other overused shots — in a clever way See also: 8 Signs You've Overfiltered Your Instagram Photos Satiregram uploads handwritten descriptions of the cliché photos we know and love: Think jumping shots at the beach, oddly-angled photos of your dinner plate, a detailed Pic Stitch of your outfit options for Saturday night. Satiregram knows, and it's judging you. Check out some of the funniest overused Instagram shots below and fess up to your photo clichés in the comments. Read more...More about Lists, Photography, Instagram, Watercooler, and Pics
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The London-based newspaper said it would publish only one print edition and devote its resources to creating content for the Web and other digital platforms.
The London-based newspaper said it would publish only one print edition and devote its resources to creating content for the Web and other digital platforms.
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Peter Guber is one of the most successful yet grounded business leaders I have a pleasure of calling a friend. There are many sides to Peter and chances are you may know him from one of his many distinguished ventures, - Chairman and CEO...
Peter Guber is one of the most successful yet grounded business leaders I have a pleasure of calling a friend. There are many sides to Peter and chances are you may know him from one of his many distinguished ventures, - Chairman and CEO of the multimedia Mandalay Entertainment Group - Past president of Sony Pictures - Producer of popular motion pictures including Batman, Rain Man, The Color Purple, just to name a few - Co-owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Golden State Warriors - Author of the best-selling book Tell to Win - Professor at UCLA School of Business In this special edition of Revolution, hosted by the Pivot Conference, Peter and I sat down to discuss his experience in taking traditional business models and modernizing them for the connected economy. Most notably however, Peter also explores the differences in competing for the present versus competing for the future. When you compete for the future, you are simultaneously earning market share through customer relationships while also chasing a vision…a vision that leads you to new horizons beyond the ordinary. Competing for the moment tends to produce a culture of management where scale, efficiencies and optimization reign supreme. The difference is that competing for the future tends to result in a culture of leadership and innovation. History shows that businesses that focus on a higher purpose outperform those that dwell on the bottom line. Perhaps it’s time for all of us to compete for the future…today. I think you’ll find Peter’s thoughts refreshing…I also found them inspiring. Use code “BrianNetwork” to save 30% when you register to attend Pivot in New York. Shot on location at The Scratch Bar in Beverly Hills. Subscribe to BrianSolisTV
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We’re getting a better idea of what the iPad 5 may look like, courtesy of Sonny Dickson. The blogger recently posted a plethora of new high-resolution images that reportedly show the fifth-generation iPad in all its glory. As you c...
We’re getting a better idea of what the iPad 5 may look like, courtesy of Sonny Dickson. The blogger recently posted a plethora of new high-resolution images that reportedly show the fifth-generation iPad in all its glory. As you can see, the images show a tablet much thinner than the iPad with Retina display. In addition, this model comes in space gray. This is the same color that is available on the iPhone 5S. There is no way to confirm these images, of course. However, it’s important to note that they are very similar to those leaked elsewhere in recent weeks. Apple is likely to unveil the iPad 5 and iPad mini 2 at a media event on Oct. 22. As usual, we’ll keep you updated. Read more...More about Apple, Tablet, Ipad, Leaked Images, and Tech
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Hashtags Arrive in Google Search Results
Hashtags Arrive in Google Search Results
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It’s never too early to start the new iPhone rumors, and the latest one focuses on a feature coveted by many fans of the device: a larger screen. The prediction comes from market research firm DisplaySearch in a message posted to i...
It’s never too early to start the new iPhone rumors, and the latest one focuses on a feature coveted by many fans of the device: a larger screen. The prediction comes from market research firm DisplaySearch in a message posted to its site on Monday. According to intel gathered by DisplaySearch, Apple may be planning to release a 5.7-inch iPhone in the second quarter of 2014. See also: iPhone 5S vs. the Competition Citing research based on Apple’s Asia supply chain, analyst David Hsieh wrote: Introduction of the iPhone 5S and 5C was the latest example that Apple has been slow in adopting the latest display technologies. While 5-6” FHD resolution displays are rapidly growing in the smart phone market, the iPhone has stayed with the 4” 1136×640 screen for over a year and a half. [...] Based on supply chain research, we believe Apple is planning to revamp nearly all of the displays in its products over the next year. Read more...More about Upgrades, Iphone, Apple, Design, and Tech
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3 Customers, 3 Animated GIFs, 3 Email Marketing Lessons Learned #emailmarketing #technology
3 Customers, 3 Animated GIFs, 3 Email Marketing Lessons Learned #emailmarketing #technology
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If you've been sent home from work due to the government shutdown, you might have a lot of extra time on your hands and a new-found serious concern for your finances For those wanting to fill that time with video games, classic PC game d...
If you've been sent home from work due to the government shutdown, you might have a lot of extra time on your hands and a new-found serious concern for your finances For those wanting to fill that time with video games, classic PC game distribution service GOG is offering a score of free games in exchange for evidence you've been furloughed. See also: The 10 Countries With the Most Internet Freedom GOG is offering a "Shutdown Promo" full of games that simulate governments or cities, since "there are people on Capitol Hill who don't know what a functioning government looks like." The games include Capitalism Plus and Capitalism 2, which are economics sims, Tropico Reloaded, where you become the dictator of an island, and Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri, where you bring government to space. There's also shooter Redneck Rampage, hospital simulator Theme Hospital, and 1400's Europe sim The Guild: Golden Age. Read more...More about Gaming, Entertainment, Politics, Us, and Government Shutdown
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