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Uncharted 2: Among Thieves Web site Launches, New Screens

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273w ago - Just over a day after Naughty Dog has confirmed that Uncharted 2: Among Thieves will have no mandatory PS3 HDD installation the official Web site launches.

Currently on the [Register or Login to view links] are some new screenshots and also an interactive 360-degree view of the Nepal Warzone map.

Those interested can also kick up a notch your PS3 or PC's background with the wallpapers offered for download there.

With Multiplayer DLC in the works, Uncharted 2 is definitely going to be hit-bound when it's released this October.

More details to come as they are available, and check out some of the screens below!
 

God of War Fans: Join the Spartan Army at Redesigned Web site

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278w ago - SCEA Product Marketing Manager Anthony Caiazzo asked for people to help spread the word, so here it is- to quote:

After a successful E3 and God of War III's March 2010 release date announcement we have given Kratos a new place to show off all his carnage and destruction.

Today, we relaunched the God of War III website with an all new look, screens and video section, community forums and much more. For you die-hard fans we have the God of War III Press Conference Video available, as well as more DOWNLOADS!

Spread the word! Chaos is coming to Gods in March 2010 and visit [Register or Login to view links].

You might also want to check out the merchandise section, which will be updated throughout road to launch... And for those who feel worthy to fight alongside Kratos, you can enlist in the Spartan Army, where you will have opportunities in the future to get access to exclusive updates and other cool content.
 

Rumor: Improvements to the PS3 Web Browser Coming in April?

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290w ago - Some of you might of heard of Trend Micro... it's a useful tool you can use from keeping underaged children from going to explicit Web sites in the PlayStation 3's Web browser.

This image (below) says that the service will remain free until April 30th of this year.

Does Sony expect people to actually pay for this service for those that want to keep harmful Web sites away from children? Or will they include it with something else like a brand new Web browser?

Sony [Register or Login to view links] said they're bring something big this coming Tuesday. Could it be linked to this? Or is it something completely different? Feel free to comment below!
 

Australia's Web Blacklist Leaked, Government Blocked Businesses

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291w ago - The secretive Internet filter blacklist held by the communications watchdog ACMA has been leaked, revealing the government has understated the amount of banned Web pages by more than 1000.

Multiple legitimate businesses and Web sites have been banned including two bus companies, online poker sites, multiple Wikipedia entries, Google and Yahoo group pages, a dental surgery and a tour operator.

Betfair CEO Andrew Twaits was furious the government has potentially annexed tens of millions of dollars in revenue after its Betfair.com gambling site was blacklisted.

The blacklists were reportedly leaked by a Web filter operator to wikileaks which has published the full list of banned URLs.

Outraged privacy advocates say the government has effectively lied about the amount of URLs included in the blacklists, totalling more than 2300, and the type of content which it would ban.

Electronic Frontiers Association (EFA) spokesman Geordie Guy said the list, dated August last year, would now be far more extensive in both the amount of URLs banned and the type of content included.

"The list is quite a bit bigger than what we have been led to believe; we were told it contained about 1600 pages in its current incarnation, and ACMA reports have claimed as low...
 

Firefox Web Browser is Catching Up with Internet Explorer

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293w ago - Firefox is eroding Internet Explorer's reign as the most popular Internet browser.

An online study conducted by marketing research firm Fittkau & Maass showed that 38.4 per cent of German-speaking Internet users browse either with Firefox version 3.x or 2.x.

The Internet Explorer 7.x version accounted for 37.2 per cent of the same group, while the previous version, 6.x, had 16 per cent.

Apple's Safari is used by 3.2 per cent of the 105,000 survey participants.

It was followed by Opera with 2.3 per cent and Google Chrome with 0.8 per cent.
 
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