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11/06/2011

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The headlines: Opposition groups in Syria say that the security forces

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have opened fire one anti- government demonstrations across

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the country including the capital Damascus. At least 28 people are

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reported to have been killed. Syrian TV said the government

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forces had been attacked by what it called well-armed terrorist groups.

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The main rebel held city in western Libya, Misrata, has come under a

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renewed artillery barrage by Colonel Gaddafi's troops. At least

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42 have been killed and more than 60 wounded. Doctors said there was

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no sign of NATO warplanes. The US Defence Secretary Robert Gates has

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strongly is criticised America's European allies over their lack of

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commitment to military operations in Libya and Afghanistan. In his

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last major speech before he retires later this month, he said some NATO

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countries like political will. And government officials have made what

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companies, farmers and environmental groups to discuss the

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impact of one of the dry air springs on record. A drought has

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officially been declared in East Anglia and past of the South West,

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South East, the Midlands and Wales are also suffering from low water

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levels. The meeting in London considered measures to save water

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in the short-term and rations applies in the future. Now let's

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look at what is making the paper's front pages. The Daily Telegraph

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leads with more revelations from leaked documents. These ones

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alleging that Ed Balls and Gordon Brown ignored Civil Service

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warnings about excessive government spending back in 2006. Mr Ball says

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that the accusations are not substantiated by the documents. Ed

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Balls finds himself on another cover, playing cricket for

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Parliament against the MCC. The lead story is a interview with the

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chairman of the disability charity Scope. Another lead story in the

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government -- the Guardian, the paper has obtained the speech David

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Miliband would have given it the one the Labour Party leadership

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battle. It would have mourned about the problems of the budget deficit.

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-- warned. The Independent leads on Syria, with more detail on the

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crackdowns. The FT also goes with the problems on the international

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stage. A warning from the outgoing US Defence Secretary that European

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countries must do more to shoulder the burden of security around the

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Continent if Major is to survive. The Daily Mail's focus is very much

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at home. It says ministers have abandoned plans to force councils

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to reinstate weekly been collections for 10 million

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households. Now it is time for Click. This show uses every gimmick

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in the book to grab your attention. Even while you're parking your car

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before you get to the show. I will head on over in a minute. Welcome

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to Click. For many people, video games have become mainstream

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entertainment, taking their place alongside navies and television as

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a way of getting really excited, or chilling out. So it is no surprise

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that the annual video games extravaganza takes place just down

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the road from Hollywood. This is downtown Los Angeles. And this is E

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three. The Electronic Entertainment Expo is the launch pad for all of

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the call new games and hot new hardware. This week, we will get up

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close and personal with Microsoft's are graded Controller, Sony's new

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PlayStation and Nintendo's bizarrely named knew we mac. Abbey

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is going to be put out of business by these? We will examine the rise

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and rise of mobile phone Games. All that plus the latest technology

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news and the greatest weight is the big events from any angle. There is

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a lot of money sloshing around the video games industry and a lot of

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red slashes into gear and the enormous enormous -- and almost

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noisy displays that they have here and the big events thrown by the

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major players in the industry. In the past they have wheeled out a

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list made the stars and even the remaining Beatles. It is almost

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like they are worried that the hardware and the games themselves

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are not exciting themselves. We have had the unenviable task of

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coming through the show this to get to the real stories. Here in the

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big announcements from the Siposs show. E three, gives the industry

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heavy you there's the chance to show off their latest digital

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delights the console and PC. -- heavy hitters. Every few years, a

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new side Colwell be announced to the -- console will be announced

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with the kind of them they usually reserve there were Royal weddings.

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This year there are two Madni heart wears on the horizon. The device is

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called a -- causing the most fuss is the successor to the Nintendo

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Wii. It is currently the number one seller in the world and Kent

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Nintendo a repeat that success with its latest offering? It is

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infinitely complex and yet perfectly simple all at the same

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time. It can change the way that you gain a personally and it can

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change the way that you interact with your family and friends.

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not know about that. At first glance, that control looks like the

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result of a fling between a tableau device and a joy pad. And it has

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many features of a tablet as well, the feature of a touch screen, Mo

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share and sensing and cameras the video calling. Those sticks Sherry

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the gaming rooms. It is also a backwards compatible with the

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Nintendo Wii in all of its peripheral. But this will be

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capable of high-definition visuals. Gains were available to play on the

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show for and they indicated the capabilities of the machine. Most

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resolved around multi-player many games which were fine is a little

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bit too cutesy. But, while Nintendo's designers have clearly

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been enjoying their new toys, what will the vast majority of third

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party games designers think of it? It takes time to put the quality of

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the concept in. We probably had a little bit of a head start when we

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were looking at it, developing the hardware. But with this new

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controller, we have been talking to a lot of the developers early and

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they are really excited about what they can do. Recently, Nintendo

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would support the third party, people have said that the first

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part the title seemed to be a bit strong up. But the last few

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generations, we have been getting more and more support from third

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party because of what we can offer them as Miras developing really

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interesting concepts. The second new piece of hardware comes

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courtesy of Sony, with its new head held PlayStation. Announced earlier

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this year, exports front and rear touch screens. And there will be

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why fire only and 3G versions. An impressive technical line-up. But

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will it be enough to fend off the relentless assault of smart phones

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on the hand held gaming sector? Of course, the biggest story at Sony

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was not its new hand-held. We have to talk about security. After 100

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million people have lost their data as a result of the PlayStation

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Edberg being mad, what can Steny do to re- install convincing

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consumers? First, I think that the most important thing is to make

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sure that our network systems are so cure. - both in terms of the new

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Data Centre, that will enable a bow services do, as well as additional

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firewalls and other security measures that we have put in place.

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Also a year in the United States and countries where the services

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are available, we have put in a new programme where the consumers can

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sign up for a programme where Yves their data, their personal data, is

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misused, then there is an insurance in place where we will make sure

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that the consumers are protected from any misuse of their

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information. We had made the announcement about the insurance

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and the fat with the credit-card information - we do not know for a

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fact that any credit card information was taken. But in the

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abundance of safety, we wanted to make share -- sure that we shared

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that as a potential possibility. Also with regard to the 100 million

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accounts, we do know that the information was access. We do not

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know what part of the 100 million Accounts were actually taken from

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our service. For example, it might be 100.000.001st names, it might be

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100 million last four digits of phone number, it could be the one

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man -- entire account information, we just do not know. The people

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intruding our systems were very good at hiding their tracks as they

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left assistance. So we may not know for a very long time, or never know.

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As the only major console player at the conference without our way to

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show, Microsoft relied on a slew of new games for its motion control

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system. Wielding an imaginary light sabre and invoking the power of the

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force seems to be the order of the day for Star Wars. While another

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game sees a player riding a horse in between bouts a spell casting.

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There are new additions to the world of motion tracking tricks,

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with scanning faces and clothes as well as object recognition. While

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these experiences are fine, they are a little bit slight. But the

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most interesting thing about them if they now indicate what this

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system is now capable of. As well as making me look good. The boys'

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recognition abilities have now been paid with Microsoft's Been said

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tools, to allow the user to search for entertainment content and

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strain it into their 360. So the Connect is helping keep the console

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fresh. But in the face of the innovative competition from

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Nintendo, how long will this be connected with the XBox 360?

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have had millions XBox are sold an we all have our biggest he ever and

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we have shown that we are growing at a faster rate than any of our

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competitors. I think that we have got here is out him from us. Sir,

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Nintendo tries to redefine the home console. Sony, redefine the hand

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console and Microsoft read bits its wars. As usual, Apple do not play

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with anyone else say they have been having their own shindig a few

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hundred miles in that direction. Here are the big announcements from

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the Apple event plus the be technology stories making headlines

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this week. Apple's share of new operating software they anything

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beginning with I. A'sOh West brings more than 250 new features,

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including full screen adds that can be swapped between and a range of

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the multi- Taj and gestures. IPad and iPhone users will get I l s

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five this autumn, featuring Andre black notifications, blackberry

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messaging and their integration with Twitter. And mobile many bites

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the dust to be replaced by an online storage service called I

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cloud. It will back up and send data across all Apple devices while

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asleep. The UN has declared that access to the internet is now a

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fundamental human right. It has urged governments to make universal

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access a priority, saying that the internet has combat inequality and

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accelerated development and human progress. The report also

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criticised moves Saad says those by France, Britain and New Zealand,

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will automatically disconnect use is suspected of repeatedly

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downloading copyrighted material illegally. It says that such

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punishments should be decided by the courts. The Facebook admits

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that it could have handled the roll-out of an aldermanic face

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recognition system that after year it was accused of Wylie switching

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it on across its network. The feature automatically spots beaches

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in friends photos to encourage more tagging. Apart from issuing a

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notice last December saying that trials would be carried out in

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America, no-one noticed -- was told earlier this week when it was

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switched on globally nor told how to Lockett out if they do not want

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to be recognised by the software. Sire much of a three-year the last

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these has been dedicated to the big game in consols. It is important

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not to forget the handbells, like Nintendo's DS and Sony's

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incarnations of these devices roll- out, they face stiff competition

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from something that you have had in your pocket for years. The ever

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more capable computer in your pocket is of course a games machine

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as well. The application stores by his thousands of games, all

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available to download for a couple of pounds or even free.

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Considerably less than a 20 pound gained for a dedicated gaming

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console. There are also many more smart phones and they are hand-held

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games machines. 300 million handholds sold last year, against

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just 27 million PlayStation personals and DS. It is estimated

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that the number of games downloaded to find is dwarfed the number of

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games played on traditional machines. In a certain light, that

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makes the smart phone by far the world's biggest gaming platform and

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it is certainly something that Apple claimed that its developer

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conference his way. Then there are the tablets, offering the user a

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bigger screen and a better processor on which to play these

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games. So, as any releases the PlayStation in the dark in hope of

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reviving its flagging fortunes and Nintendo's three DS suffers from

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worse-than-expected sales, are the gaming giants doing enough from the

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rise and rise of games on phones. Even Sony is arguably hedging its

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bets. The Sony Ericsson play fine being the first to be PlayStation

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certified, meaning that although it is and enjoy device, known as can

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lead to the PlayStation sweet and With me is the President of the

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eight games. It sounds like mobile phone games are Killeen the

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traditional hand-held games? It is hurting the business but growing

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the overall opportunity for games. We used to talk about a few hundred

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million users but with mobile phones we are talking about

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billions of consumers. Overall it is a plus for the industry.

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there a difference between the type of game proving popular on phones

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to that on the more powerful devices as they stand? If you look

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at them in terms of their life cycle. Smart phones are fairly new

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to gaining. You see more straightforward designs but they

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are becoming increasingly complex as customers on phones want deeper

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and more complex experiences. We will be able to pull out great

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experiences that we could not have imagined a few years ago. Changing

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the subject, the a has talked about the fact that it wants to move to

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distributing games by download alone. You want to get rid of

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buying this, taking it home and storing it on the machine. Talk us

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through how that will work and how popular you think that will be.

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is hugely popular. We are talking about 1.5 billion customers

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worldwide. To reach them directly and provide games on a one-on-one

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relationship is what we are wanting to do. Do you need the internet

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infrastructure around the world? Because these games a huge, aren't

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they? You tailor the games and make them smaller for emerging markets.

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We made a small game and it is the number one in Russia and Brazil. So

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you tailor the game for the local conditions. But to be able to reach

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that mark good for the first time is what is exciting for us. He

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changed the design and the technology a bit. If you allow

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people to download games, it increases the chance of piracy

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because you can intercept the download, there is no physical disk

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that you need and then you can just torrent that 2 million of your

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closest friends. A great question. That is what killed the music and

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film of business online. In games, we do not have that problem. He

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still have to connect to our server. If you have a pirated copy, it will

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not play. So it allows us to manage the process we want to connect to

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our services because that is what the larger community is playing and

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you can get at it. So we are unique and very different to music and

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film. Piracy is something we can manage. Thank you. Your thoughts

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would be welcome on our website or you can tweak us.

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And some of the more oddball things on display this year.

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There are plenty of emphasis on the visual side of things but let's not

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forget the audio side of gaming as well. We have this little gadget

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that plugs into your console or PC via USB and you can customise the

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options to give you far better sound than you already have. With

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an interface like this, you can adjust the base or treble or give

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yourself a virtual surround-sound which will improve that gaining

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experience. Gamers often wear headsets with built-in microphones

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but Sarah is sporting a microphone that takes its vibrations from the

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larynx so it offers clear sound. It is used by the military. Microsoft

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Connect may be the fastest-selling consumer electronics device of all

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time but you need a big play area to use it. This little device may

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help. Euclid it onto the front and it widens the field of view which

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means you can steer it -- stand further from your opponent and

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television. This avoids a smashing the small child next year. Hard

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gamers often go on about that more immersing experience and I think I

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might have found something. This is a curved screen on a portable frame.

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You can see just how immerse it you can get in the game. You have one

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or two projections and a some software doing some distortion and

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then you simply play away. You really do feel like you are in

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again. At $2,500, it is not cheap. You will have to leave me to it for

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now. The trouble with Peter events like

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e three is that you cannot be everywhere at once. -- big events.

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If you have enough people you can cover every angle. Even if you do

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not know who the people are. Social networks are all about

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connecting with people, even if they do go to LA Without You. But

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with colour, a free application for the iPhone with an android version

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imminent, it is about connecting with people in your immediate

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proximity, sharing photos, video and tat in real time to give you a

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unique and multi-faceted view of an event. -- chat. It seems like his

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world and his mother want to go social at the moment and I am not

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sure we need to many more places to Network online. However, this

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application of this will benefit for things like music festivals,

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parties and large events so you can capture a moment of your camera

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from dozens of different angles and perspectives. It is hard to imagine

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the power of this application when using it on your own. In April they

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showcased at a film premiere in Manhattan where 49 people took

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nearly 800 photographs from every angle of the red carpet. You can

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see the end result on their website. With pre-launch funding reportedly

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at a mind-blowing $41 million, it is no surprise that out -- the

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application looks and feels well made. Let's hope it lives up to the

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hype when more people climb on board to create the critical mass.

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So what is the value of your social network? Empire Avenue .com can

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help to answer that question as you trade a virtual currency for shares

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in a person or company social media profile. And add value to your

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profile by engaging with all of your network through sites like

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Facebook, Twitter, U Jupe mac and flicker. -- YouTube. This game is

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in a similar vein to the BBC's Auld website. So I wonder about the

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longevity of the content. It is good you are not limited to

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celebrities, you can buy shares etc. All it needs is a social media

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profile. There are business implications for aside like this if

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that takes off. Away for plans to connect with interested audiences.

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And the icing on this social media cupcake is the chattel so you can

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compare notes with other people on the website on live chat. You can

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find a useful beginner's guide on how to play.

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Life is a journey and if you want to share that trip, here is an

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interesting new addition to the internet. This free Flash based

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social talk led to add video, pictures, notes, social media,

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feeds and more to any day in the calendar. All wrapped up in a new

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interface that is nicely customise a bull. Even if you do not want to

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share your journey with the rest of the world, this is a great place to

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make a personal journal so you can keep those treasured memories safe

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and lobbying from any browser when you want to relive them. -- log in.

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Link with other social media accounts. This strikes me as a

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meter which alternative to the classic diary. Make sure you set

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your privacy levels appropriately if you do not want your siblings

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reading it. Sometimes your friends go on more

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interesting travels than you. That was demonstrated when my colleague

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went to Los Angeles this week. But you can follow their exploits with

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a Facebook plug-in that uses the travel resources built into the

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social network to extract albums from various locations, all wrapped

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up in a nice simple interface. And I am so jealous of my niece's

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recent visit to my mother's house. I deserve a weekend break as well.

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And that's it for Click. You will find more technology news on our

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website. Along with a lead to the radio pod cast. On this week's show,

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the team take a look at the implication of the UN's declaration

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that access to the internet should be considered a human right. Get in

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touch and e-mail us or find us on Twitter. Thank you ball-watching

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and see you next time. -- for and see you next time. -- for

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Good morning. We will keep the unsettled weather over the weekend.

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Today will be a case of sunshine and showers. Sunday will see more

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persistent rain spreading in from the south. And staying of cool over

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the course of the weekend. It call- back start of a morning with

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temperatures down to about four degrees. A lot of sunshine around

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with one or two showers. A few showers in the South East we're --

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South East Midlands but northern England should be mostly dry. For

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eastern Scotland, a fair amount of cloud with some showery outbreaks

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of rain. Showers in Scotland, brushing the north coast of

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Northern Ireland. For the most it will be dry with some bright spells.

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Sunny spells for most of Wales as well. Showers hugging the coastline.

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Temperatures in Swansea and Cardiff about 10 or 11 degrees. Similar

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conditions in the south-west of England. A few showers in Cornwall

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but for Devon and southern areas of England it should be dry and very

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bright. A few showers lingering on the south-east of England. For the

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rest of the day, showers in the south-east continue. A scattering

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of showers developing right across the UK. More significant and

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persistent for Scotland. Some heavy showers for the south of Scotland,

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the north-east of England and temperatures on the cool side at

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15-18 degrees. One or two showers continuing for the evening in

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north-east England. The rain continues in Scotland and gathers

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towards the south and west. If you have any outdoor plants on Sunday,

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there may be rain. For the drought restricted areas this will be good

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news. About 10-50 millimetres in eastern parts of the UK. That rain

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will gradually spread through the south-west. -- 10-15. The heaviest

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