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Jet Set Radio HD priced and dated by SEGA

Jet Set Radio HD priced and dated by SEGA

It's time finally, after long last, to get our hands on the epic inline skating rock and roll music explosion known as Jet Set Radio here in the future, 2012! This game has been a fan-favorite ever since SEGA dropped it on the console known as Dreamcast. Now we're ready for a summer release here on September 19th on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

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London 2012 Olympics opening ceremonies highlights videos go live

London 2012 Olympics opening ceremonies highlights videos go live

If you somehow missed the best bits of the 2012 Olympics opening ceremonies in London, NBC and several friends have begun releasing some rather tiny shreds of video for you to watch over and over and over again right here and now. It all starts with one of the strangest shorts you're ever going to see: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second greeting none other than the most recent James Bond: actor Daniel Craig. Then it's immediately back to the business of massive rings of fire, bell players, and Rocket Men - with of course a dash of tradition thrown in here and there as well.

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Summer Olympics 2012 opening ceremonies streaming in London

Summer Olympics 2012 opening ceremonies streaming in London

It's time to check out all the streaming live video streams we can for the kickoff of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. This is the third time that London has hosted the Olympics, with their first being all the way back in 1908 and the next just a few years after the end of World War II in 1948. Here in 2012, it's time for a party - and without a doubt the entirety of England will be in rare form throughout the events which start off tonight with an above-average strange set of characters that'll only be come apparent once the ceremony has begun - Voldemordt and Mary Poppins have been tipped.

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International Olympic Committee enhances online social presence

International Olympic Committee enhances online social presence

The 2012 Summer Olympics in London are going to be the most online-connected Olympics ever. That's a fact, and it's nothing worth writing an essay about because that doesn't surprise anyone. What's perhaps most interesting, though, is to see whether or not the organization that runs the international games is keeping up with the incredible social presence that the next few months will have.

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MOTOACTV sports watch now more affordable with $100 price cut

MOTOACTV sports watch now more affordable with $100 price cut

A few months ago we wrote about how Motorola’s MOTOACTV sports watch was priced pretty high for the average customer, and now Motorola has responded with a $100 price cut. For those of you looking for an affordable way to track calories, steps, miles ran or distanced pedaled on a bike, the new prices for the MOTOACTV makes it a much more reasonable option to choose from among other similar watches.

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BBC launches Olympics apps for iOS and Android

BBC launches Olympics apps for iOS and Android

If you’re in the UK and want to be able to watch the Olympics on the go, you’ll be able to do so with the help of the BBC’s new app for iOS and Android. The apps will offer guides to the various sporting events, text commentary, and live video streams as long as you’re watching within the UK. The BBC only has the rights to broadcast the games in the UK, but there’s an international edition of the app as well that still has the various Olympic goodies.

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Adidas miCoach for Xbox 360 and PS3 hits shelves in Europe

Adidas miCoach for Xbox 360 and PS3 hits shelves in Europe

The Adidas miCoach game for Xbox 360 and PS3 has hit shelves, making its European debut today complete with motion-control and full body tracking as gamers compete with pro-athletes. Eighteen of the athletes from Adidas' global campaigns are featured, including Kaka, Ava Ivanovic and Jessica Ennis, competing across six different spots, and there's even a special appearance from Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho.

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iPad Olympics apps set to cover from all angles

iPad Olympics apps set to cover from all angles

The iPad has never been shy of getting its fair share of streaming apps, and here right before the 2012 Olympics in London, England, we've found no exception. Several official applications have launched today prepped to bring you no less than the most up-close and personal HD content streaming from the events themselves. Those hosting the London 2012 Olympics have put out several apps themselves, then NBC and Rueters have joined the fun as well.

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Sony’s MLB 12 The Show predicts AL All-Star win

Sony’s MLB 12 The Show predicts AL All-Star win

Sony has once again put the power of its "MLB The Show" franchise to the test and used a simulation of MLB 12 The Show to predict who the winner of tonight's All-Star game will be. The Sony exclusive title is considered the most sophisticated baseball simulation video game, even though hypothetical predictions of real-life games like this often do not come true.

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Ken Block’s Gymkhana 5 has Ford Fiesta tearing up a real San Francisco

Ken Block’s Gymkhana 5 has Ford Fiesta tearing up a real San Francisco

The video you're about to partake in has the driving showman known as Ken Block taking a few fine minutes out of his day to rip up some blocked-off main roads of a major metropolitan area. Right across a major suspension bridge and down into the guts of San Francisco goes Block in his video Gymkhana 5. With his own Ford Fiesta Hybrid Function Hoonage Vehicle (HFHV), Block displays some on-point jumps, drifts, and one whole heck of a lot of speedy driving.

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