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  • Neila Jovan

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    I long for the raised voice, the howl of rage or love.

  • Mathew McNalis

    Marketing CEO

    Contented with little, yet wishing for much more.

  • Michael Duo

    Developer

    If anything is worth doing, it's worth overdoing.

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  • RIM Looks to Improve App Store, Purchases Cellmania

    RIM Looks to Improve App Store, Purchases Cellmania

    Athough BlackBerry devices have generally outsold those of Android and iOS for the past several years (only recently have more Android handsets than BlackBerry phones sold than the U.S.), RIM’s software store has fallen short by comparison in terms of developer traction, the number of available applications and ease of store navigation. When it initially launched in March 2009, Om called the store “good enough,” but it hasn’t exhibited the stellar growth of competitors.

    The new App World 2.0 shows improvements — such as QR code support for easier downloads and better organization — but it also emphasizes the potential limitations RIM faces by trying to develop its own mobile app ecosystem. Put another way: RIM is better off acquiring the expertise of Cellmania, which has over a decade of experience, in order to give App World another jump start.

    Indeed, Cellmania currently provides mobile solutions for other platforms such as Android, the most recent offering being a home screen content widget. The company says it will continue to support other customers, but I don’t expect many future solutions for RIM’s competitors. Cellmania also has carrier-specific partners — Virgin Mobile USA selected Cellmania’s mobile storefront in March — which could help RIM further expand carrier relationships in terms of BlackBerry apps and carrier billing.

    via gigaom

  • Line2 gives your iPhone a second phone number — a second phone line.

    Line2 gives your iPhone a second phone number — a second phone line.



    Line2 gives your iPhone a second phone number — a second phone line, complete with its own contacts list, voice mail, and so on. The company behind it, Toktumi (get it?), imagines that you’ll distribute the Line2 number to business contacts, and your regular iPhone number to friends and family. Your second line can be an 800 number, if you wish, or you can transfer an existing number.
  • Fox Relaunches FoxSoccer.tv In Time for EPL Season

    Fox Relaunches FoxSoccer.tv In Time for EPL Season

    foxsoccertv screenshot Fox Relaunches FoxSoccer.tv In Time for EPL Season

    Fox Soccer Channel today launched a beta version of FoxSoccer.tv, its broadband website, in time for the 2010-11 Premier League season which begins Saturday, August 14.

    The biggest change is that FoxSoccer.tv has switched broadband providers from RayV to Perform. Perform’s client list includes Virgin Media, Marca and Omnisport.tv. But Perform is perhaps best known to readers as the company that manages and maintains the majority of the websites for Premier League clubs. Some readers experienced issues with RayV’s platform last season, so the change to Perform’s platform is an encouraging move.

    The launch of FoxSoccer.tv beta is just in time. FoxSoccer.tv’s schedule of Premier League games shown live begins this weekend with the availability of five Premier League games all at once, the 10am ET fixtures featuring Blackburn against Everton, Bolton versus Fulham, Wolves against Stoke, Wigan versus Blackpool and Sunderland against Birmingham City. Plus the coverage featuring Premier League clubs continues mid-week with the Champions League qualifying play-off match between BSC Young Boys versus Tottenham Hotspur. For the schedule of upcoming games on FoxSoccer.tv, visit this page.

    Starting this weekend, FoxSoccer.tv will feature a pop-out media player so that you don’t have to keep a full browser window open. Plus, DVR capabilities will be added August 28th and a picture-in-picture feature later this fall. Even more exciting is that an iPhone app will be released later this month to watch games on your phone as well as an iPad version later this fall.

    All of the Premier League games shown live on Fox Soccer Plus will be available on FoxSoccer.tv, so if your local TV provider doesn’t have Fox Soccer Plus or if you prefer to watch games online, FoxSoccer.tv is worth considering. Plus, FoxSoccer.tv has the Premier League games that are shown on Fox Soccer Channel available on demand on FoxSoccer.tv

    To coincide with the launch of the beta version, FoxSoccer.tv is offering a free trial between now and August 27. Fox is also advertising monthly and annual pass options. The monthly subscription is $14.99, while the annual subscription is $159.99, a savings of $19.89 compared to the monthly option.

    In addition to Premier League coverage, FoxSoccer.tv offers live and on-demand games from the Champions League, Championship and Serie A as well as rugby. FoxSoccer.tv is Windows and Mac compatible and features HD high-quality Flash stream video.

    For soccer fans in the United States, especially those that follow Premier League clubs, everything has come together this week. FoxSoccer.tv beta has launched. Fox Soccer Channel HD and Fox Soccer Plus HD are now on DirecTV. ESPN has announced their schedule for Premier League games over the next week including coverage on ESPN3.com, TV and Mobile TV. The season is all set for us to sit back and enjoy.

    via EPLtalk

  • DirecTV To Launch Fox Soccer Channel HD

    DirecTV To Launch Fox Soccer Channel HD

    Aug. 11 kickoff part of DBS provider's expanded European futbol slate

    DirecTV will kick off Fox Soccer Channel HD on Aug. 11.

    Tomorrow's rollout of the HD version of the network will make DirecTV Fox Soccer HD's second affiliate, joining Dish Network.

    The FSC HD launch comes on the boots of DirecTV's Aug.1 bow of Gol TV HD on Aug. 1, and is part of an expanded futbol lineup being offered by the top DBS provider. DirecTV will also present matches in HD from premium service Fox Soccer Plus, including the Aug. 11 friendly between England and Hungary.

    All told, DirecTV will present some 320 live matches this season, including up to 28 exclusive European matches weekly from the world's top circuits and competitions, beginning this month.

    Click here for the full story at Multichannel.com
  • Digital Media and Canada: The Future Is Here

    Digital Media and Canada: The Future Is Here


    Profitability is child’s play

    It takes serious brainpower to produce next-generation games and Canada boasts both brainy game creators and governments that make smart investments to nurture innovation and cultivate partnerships.

    Canadian companies are global leaders across the entire gaming value chain – from tools development to casual games and serious games, to both mobile games and gameware development.

    Look what Canada has to offer:

    • 14,000 skilled digital media workers
    • 60 universities with gaming studies
    • 260+ digital media companies
    • Internationally renowned urban centres
    • 1st in the G7 for quality of life

    Console games

    Canadian developers are responsible for creating some of the most-loved franchises in the console games sector. Bioware created the Neverwinter Nights Role-Playing franchise and Digital Extreme’s Unreal and Unreal Tournament series of games, which are universally known and successful.

    Casual games

    Canadian companies are important players in the rapidly growing casual games market. Calgary-based, Games Café, created a game which was the top seller on Real Network’s “RealGames” network. Toronto-based Ganz, is the creator of the wildly popular Webkinz toys and website for children.

    Serious games

    Canada is also developing significant expertise in serious games. Defence simulations are being undertaken by CMLabs and CFB Gagetown, industrial training by Coole Immersive, Artifact, and Xpan Interactive. Spongelab and Project Whitecard are working on math and science games.

    Mobile games development

    Canada is home to numerous mobile developers. Ubisoft has a substantial presence in Montréal through their Gameloft division which focuses on mobile games and content. Research in Motion (RIM), creator of the blockbuster Blackberry, is also developing free Java games for its smartphones.

    Tools development

    Canadian companies are recognized leaders in the development of innovative animation tools, digital models and artificial intelligence. Game developers increasingly turn to Canada for graphics software developed by Autodesk’s Alias and Softimage to make their games more life-like. Companies such as Side Effects and Rainmaker are also making 3D animation and visual effects that are customized and integrated into their games to provide a more exciting gaming experience.

    Large Canadian cities such as Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal are hubs of creativity. All three centres are home to strong motion picture and video clusters, creating operating environments well suited to software gaming and digital media companies, game developers and publishers, tool developers and animation studios. Many other cities offer investors excellent cost-competitive options to locate their game development operations that offer all the benefits without the price tag of Asian and European Gaming Software hotspots.

    Vancouver and Victoria
    Vancouver and Victoria are home to cutting-edge video game development attracting leading companies such as Electronic Arts, Radical Entertainment Radical Entertainment (now part of Vivendi Games) and Relic Entertainment (now part of THQ Inc).

    Edmonton
    Edmonton hosts many of the province’s 700 digital media companies including trailblazing developers in the gaming industry such as BioWare, a global electronic entertainment company, XGen, a developer and publisher of flash games, and Hot Rocket, specializing in 360˚ play.

    Winnipeg
    Winnipeg has seen revenues in the gaming industry grow 850% over the past three years, in large part because of business incubators like Fortune Cat Games Studio and the Eureka project. The city hosts 125 digital media and gaming companies, such as Prizzim 3 and TMFX Studios.

    Toronto
    Toronto is internationally renowned for its world class artists, designers, animators and programmers, and its high calibre post-secondary institutions that offer more than 124 digital gaming educational programs. The city has attracted global giants such as Koei and Capcom.

    Montréal
    Montréal is rapidly becoming one of the most attractive cities in the world for the establishment and expansion of companies in the game development industry, which has grown over 400 percent in the past five years. The industry employs over 5,000 people in traiblazing companies such as Ubisoft, Eidos Interactive, Electronic Arts and Activision. Successful creative studios such as Artificial Mind & Movement and Sarbakan have also made this province their home.

    Halifax
    Halifax is home to HB Studios, which specializes in creating spectacular and challenging computer and console video games, and Huminah Huminah Interactive, an industry innovator in flash and 3-D casual games.

    Charlottetown
    Charlottetown is recognized for cutting-edge products and services for all major game platforms, including console, handheld, PC, online and mobile. It has spawned or attracted firms such as Other Ocean Interactive, Bight Interactive, Telos Productions and Longtail Studios.

    London
    London is one of the leading game development centres in the province of Ontario and home to well known action developer Digital Extremes, award winning casual game developer Big Blue Bubble, and London’s newest developer of online games, Antic Entertainment

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