On of the biggest gaming company, Electronic Arts (EA), has announced and confirmed the layoffs in their company but no details yet on how many will be left jobless.
According to a statement they released in their website, they said “In recent weeks, EA has aligned all elements of its organizational structure behind priorities in new technologies and mobile,”. The gaming company will be reducing the workforce from different locations or offices. They also stated that, “We are extremely grateful for the contributions made by each of our employees – those that are leaving EA will . . . → Read More: Electronic Arts Reduces Workforce Again
On Wednesday, Microsoft has put out the request for volunteers for a test on the next Xbox Live version.
According to the director of programming for the Xbox Live Larry Hryb, the people who will be accepted for the test will be receiving the update. This will be through a software update of the Xbox 360 in the following days after the test out.
The beta will be featuring some of its newest elements, which included Internet Explorer for Xbox, favorites and pinning, voice search in specified markets, discovery features and improved category search, and recommendations and ratings.
Furthermore, Hryb . . . → Read More: Microsoft on the call for Xbox Live Beta volunteers
Just when Apple released the New iPad, every body turned their attention into this New iPad. Now, majority almost forgot about the iPhone 5 rumor so let’s get back and see if this is really true and will be released this year or not.
Apple has only just released the new iPad, but a post from iMore is calling every body’s attention again about the iPhone 5 or 5.1. They previously reported that the Cupertino, California-based company is working on reducing the traditional dock into something like a smaller version of micro-dock so there will be . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 Coming Out this Year
The latest dilemma that Nintendo is undergoing now is the lawsuit claiming that Nintendo’s Wii console is stepping the patents that ThinkOptical (the maker of Wavit Remote) filed.
ThinkOptical, the manufacturer of the electronic pointing wand is suing the company Nintendo for its Wii Remote design, arguing about the Wii remote infringes on the Trademark Office’s rejection of elements in former Nintendo-filed patents.
The maker of the Wavit Remote currently handles the patent with a title “Electronic equipment for handheld vision based absolute pointing system”.
As reported by TechCrunch, and in a . . . → Read More: Nintendo Sued by ThinkOptical
Fiat fans in the United States will finally be able to drive away in the irresistibly stylish Fiat 500 by Gucci when the stylish subcompact creates its local debut during New York Fashion Week which will happen this coming September 8.
The cars, available in black and white, are customized by Gucci design boss Frida Giannini in cooperation with Fiat’s own Centro Stile design center and are decorated with a number of trademark Gucci elements including the brand’s well known green-red-green web pattern.
Moreover, so you could match your cars, a series of Gucci clothing and personal accessories like handbags, . . . → Read More: US Now Has Fiat 500 By Gucci
Mozilla has announced an Enterprise User Working Group to calm concerns regarding its quick release schedule for its products.
Discussion, fears and problems have occurred over the quick release of Mozilla of its Firefox web browser. The firm aspires to reply questions and assist users with its Enterprise User Working Group.
The group is a “place for enterprise developers, IT staff and Firefox developers to discuss the challenges, ideas and best practices for deploying Firefox in the enterprise,” according to Mozilla.
Mozilla is justifying its regular release cycle with the fact that . . . → Read More: Mozilla Justifies Its Fast Development Release Cycle