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Sony PS3
Gaming

PlayStation 4 will be backwards compatible, sort of

Sony's next generation games console will be backwards compatible, but not in the sense that we're accustomed to. The PlayStation 4 (PS4), Sony’s eagerly-awaited entertainment device, won't play current PS3 optical games discs. Instead, backwards compatibility will be delivered using a streaming service whereby games are delivered in real-time over the internet from remote servers.
The new BBC iPlayer for TV
Technology

BBC launch new TV-friendly iPlayer

The BBC has today launched a new TV-friendly version of its video on demand iPlayer service which aims to improve user experience on this medium. The new version is only available to users in the UK initially on the PlayStation 3 console but later rolled out to a myriad of other devices and connected TVs.
Duke Nukem Forever
Gaming

Duke Nukem Forever gets a release date, for real this time

Duke Nukem Forever, its been a long wait, hasnt it? But today Gearbox Software and 2K Games announced that we will finally get our grubby mitts on the game, 14 years (yes you read that correctly) after it was first announced. The game will be released on May 6th (May 3rd in the States) after nearly a decade and a half of development.