All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘download’

Flappy Bird- Gone And Back Again

Are you a fan of the difficult but fun app known as Flappy Bird? As of early this morning, Flappy Bird was no longer available to be downloaded from the Apple App Store or Google Play. The game has become increasingly popular over the last few weeks and was among the top games downloaded for both Apple and Android users. …

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New Anti-Piracy Plan: Kindergarten Copyright Class?

The United States’ largest copyright lobbies, the Motion Picture Association of America and the Recording Industry Association of America, have initiated a highly controversial program nudging the educational system to shoulder the burden of teaching kids about how evil piracy really is. The LA Times reports that a nonprofit group known as the Center for Copyright Information has commissioned a …

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New Downloadable Content For Uncharted 3 April 10

Naughty dog had announced a new DLC for Uncharted 3, to be released in just a few days: April 10 to be exact. The DLC comes in the form of a new map pack that includes four new environments at a cost of $10. If you are a member of the Fortune Hunters’ Club, the download is free. Well, it …

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Apple Ups 3G Download Limit To 50 MB

On the heels of their big new iPad unveiling party, Apple has officially raised the size limit on apps downloaded via data network (3G, and now 4G LTE). Before, users could only download an app over 3G if it was under 20MB. If it exceeded that size, users would see a message that ever iOS’er is quite used to: “This …

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The Pirate Bay Wants You To Download A Car

Remember that old piracy ad that said, “You wouldn’t download a car.” Well, The Pirate Bay is wanting to make that a reality. They announced today on their blog the addition of Physibles, data objects that are able to become physical. They believe that 3D printers are leading the charge into a future where we’ll be able to download everything …

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Comcast Offering 105Mbps Broadband To Major Markets

Today, over 40 million homes which have Comcast internet service will be able to sign up for Extreme 105. This is the Comcast offering which will provide users a 105Mbps download speed and a 10Mbps upload speed. The service has been marketed since last year, and it now looks as though Comcast is ready to implement the service. Initially, the …

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Firefox 4 Available a Day Prior To Official Release

Hot on the heels of the Internet Explorer 9 release, Firefox 4 is officially releasing tomorrow (March 22nd). However, for those who can’t wait another minute, the unofficial download is available. As with things of this nature, WebProNews doesn’t condone unauthorized downloading, and so on and so forth. It was discovered that the final release for Firefox 4 was up …

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Internet Explorer 9 Reaches 2.3 Million Downloads In 24 Hours

Microsoft announced today their latest version of Internet Explorer reached 2.3 million downloads in 24 hours. Will IE9 be the catalyst to allow Microsoft to gain some ground back in market share? The past few years, IE has steadily lost ground to the likes of Mozilla’s Firefox and Google Chrome. In 2007, IE controlled 80% of the market. The latest …

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Data Suggests Mobile Apps Will Surpass CD in Sales By 2012

Just how big is the market for mobile apps?

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Streaming Music Turning Users Away From Piracy

UK Music fans are turning their backs file-sharing in favor of streaming and other ways of sharing music, especially amongst teens, according to the latest survey by The Leading Question and Music Ally of 1000 music fans:

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Financial Forecasts For Mobile Music

Despite the global recession, revenues from streamed mobile music services and full-track downloads are expected to exhibit strong growth over the next 5 years, according to a new report froCell - Marleym Juniper Research.

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KFC’s Free Chicken Deal Turns Sour

 

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