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Early last year, the “Rockstar” consortium backed by Apple, Microsoft, BlackBerry, Sony and Ericsson closed its purchase of thousands of patents previously owned by Nortel for $4.5 billion (around the same time Google, after failing to purchase the patents itself, closed a $12 billion deal for Motorola). That transaction cleared the DOJ as the team agreed to license the tech on “fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory terms, as well as their commitments not to seek injunctions in disputes involving SEPs.” According to Reuters, Rockstar — along with another company, Netstar — has picked today to file a lawsuit against Google over seven of the patents, reportedly covering the ability to match internet search terms to advertising. TechCrunch lists other lawsuits filed against cellphone manufacturers including Samsung, LG, ASUS, HTC, Pantech, ZTE and Huawei. All of these companies build Android-based devices, so it appears that despite all the other ongoing lawsuits and license agreements, it’s time for another round of patent warfare to start.
JJ Abrams’ attempt to conquer the gaming world isn’t just limited to a partnership with Valve. His Bad Robot studio is teaming up with Infinity Blade creator ChAIR on Spyjinx, an espionage game hitting both PCs and phones in 2016. The two are saying precious little about the title right now, but they’re promising a blend of action, role-playing, strategy and even world building — this is far more than just a Team Fortress 2 game mode. It’s as if players will be in the “brainstorming session” with developers, Abrams teases. If that whets your appetite, you can sign up for chance to participate in a closed beta test that kicks off next year.
As promised, we have the latest trailer for the new Star Wars movie, which just aired during halftime of Monday Night Football. Giving us a two and a half minute look at the seventh entry in the series, it’s embedded after the break, but if you’re already sure you want to see it opening night, ticket pre-orders are open on sites like Fandango and MovieTickets.com. If you’re not having any luck there, try hitting up your local cinema directly, or just enjoy the trailer and wait for the extra show times that will inevitably be added in the next two months before its premiere December 18th.
Filmmaker J.J. Abrams (Cloverfield, Star Trek) and game creator Gabe Newell (Half-Life, Portal) just announced they’ll be working together on creating movies and games, via their respective companies, Bad Robot Productions and Valve Software. “We sort of reached the point where we decided that we needed to do more than talk,” Newell said of the partnership. The two were speaking at the DICE 2013 conference in Las Vegas, addressing “Storytelling Across Platforms: Who Benefits Most, the Audience or the Player?” After a half hour of speaking about storytelling in their respective mediums, Newell announced that the presentation came from an ongoing conversation between the two about storytelling. Today’s news is the fruition of that conversation, with the two taking action.
Newell specifically said that J.J.’s team could craft a Half-Life or Portal film — something we’ve heard about in the past, albeit not with Abrams attached — and Abrams said that Valve could help create a game with Bad Robot. Interesting indeed! Of course, the two have their jobs cut out for them — Abrams is currently working on both the Star Trek and Star Wars movie franchises, and Valve’s got a new hardware initiative set to debut this year.%Gallery-178154%
Back when Valve and JJ Abrams’ Bad Robot production company announced a partnership involving games and film projects it came as a complete surprise. That theme continues with the duo’s first collaboration: a mode for Team Fortress 2 combining soccer, hockey and basketball dubbed “PASS Time.” It’s only in beta as of now (a concept that Bad Robot found immensely intriguing, apparently) though. The official game description is as follows:
“RED and BLU face off in an epic battle to score more goals than their opponents. Coordinated passing, aerial shots, interceptions, team-based formations and plays, defensive lines and the like make for strategically chaotic play.”
And there you have it. It’s not a JJ Abrams-helmed Half-life flick, and it isn’t quite a Lost game made by Gabe Newell either, but it’s a start. There are more details over at the source including bits on different strategies like this gem: “As with most sports, try not to die. Especially if the match ends in a tie — ’cause that’s when true Sudden Death kicks in.” Should you want to play, all you have to do is boot the game.
This week, weather experts at the United Nations announced that carbon dioxide concentrations are higher than ever. The report calls on world leaders to clamp down on greenhouse gas emissions at the UN climate talks taking place next month in Paris. However, government leaders aren’t the only people who can help save the world. In fact, some of the craziest schemes to halt, slow or even reverse global warming have come from other sources. Some are incredibly affordable and others require backing from investors. Some promise to be wildly successful, while a few have already stumbled. Read on to learn about some of the wildest ideas we’ve heard for fighting climate change.
Periscope’s latest update hit the web late last week, and today it’s live across Android and iOS devices, with some special twists. Mobile users can now fast-forward and rewind through replays, as promised. The app’s Global Map has a few more functions, as follows: Zoom in on a location and the map will show live broadcasts (red dots) and replays (blue dots) from the past 24 hours. Anyone with Periscope on an iPhone 6s or 6s Plus can use 3D Touch to press down on the app icon and pull up a menu of options: Search People, Teleport (which takes you to a random live stream), Broadcast Mutuals and Broadcast. Android users finally get pinch-to-zoom in this update, as well.
We live in a fast-paced world and sometimes there are things that we miss. The folks over at Periscope understand this and so have added a rewind and fast forward function to the app. All you need to do is hold your finger down on a replay broadcast and it will minimize, allowing you to drag and drop at a timestamp you wish to start watching from. Currently the new features are available on the web version of the app and around half of Android user accounts. Not to worry, though, the company says it plans to release the updated app for iOS users and the remaining Android accounts in the coming weeks.
Roku may have poured a lot of energy into its spiffy new 4K player, but it’s not forgetting the budget crowd. The company has unveiled the Roku SE, a TV streaming box aimed at those who only want the basics. It’s not that much different than the Roku 1 aside from shipping with OS 7 from the start, and it supports the same 1080p playback, video output (HDMI and analog) and media casting features. No Ethernet or sophisticated remote here, folks. However, you might not mind any omissions when you see the price. The SE will officially sell for the same $50 as the Roku 1, but it’ll be available for just $25 on Black Friday, November 27th — that’s less than a Chromecast. If you’re determined to put Netflix on that old TV in the basement, this may be the cheapest way to do it.