Originally published at DigitalSociety.

Over the last year there has been an increasing concern over the second hand video game market by video game publishers.  The concern seems to be focused on companies like EB Games/Gamestop that do tremendous amounts of business in this sector rather than a fellow here and there selling their [...]

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Originally published at DigitalSociety.

Last Thursday Shelly Roche posted this video on her site bytestyle.tv:

Roche reports that the bill, Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act (S. 3084), gives the Department of Justice the power to blacklist websites by blocking their domain name, effectively turning the website off.

She states,

“The [...]

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Originally published at DigitalSociety.

A 2-week deadlock to decide who was running the show down in Australia ended today.  One of the big issues on the table was what to do with the National Broadband Network, the $43 billion project that I discussed here last week.

Ars Technica [...]

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Originally published at DigitalSociety.

I believe that it is only appropriate to start out this post by saying that I do not support government broadband expansion lest anyone be confused by the title.  Government broadband expansion is not something that we have supported at Digital Society either as you can both see in our [...]

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Originally published at DigitalSociety.

A few days ago Owen Good over at Kotaku published a story called Does “Net Neutrality” Mean a Golden Highway Paved By Gamers? in which he discusses the Google-Verizon deal.  He was particularly interested in the 5th point listed at Google’s Public Policy Blog which he [...]

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iPhone FaceTime Goes 3G

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Originally published at DigitalSociety.

AppAdvice has posted that FaceTime is now available on jail broken iPhone 4 devices via an app called My3G.  The app which runs for about $2.99, tricks FaceTime into thinking it is on a WiFi connection.  Though AppAdvice states that the resolution over 3G appears to be less [...]

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