At E3 2009, there's little question one of the biggest games was Harmonix's "Beatles RockBand." But how did the game come to be?
It's "Glee" meets BOL! Ok, no, don't panic, there's not that much singing. But it's Brian Tong's first day in the co-host chair, and we are having a good time. Off the rails. In the news today: Facebook app developers were evidently selling your personally identifiable information, which Facebook could barely be bothered to punish them for. Also, group gifting on eBay and a new low in "journalism" junkets. --Molly
Fujitsu shows off the world's largest 3DTV, an AT&T data breach hits iPad 3G owners, and RockBand 3 gets keyboards.
Harmonix and MTV Games are getting the band back together, with Electronic Arts handling distribution once more.
We had the pleasure of chatting with Jared Cohen, Senior Adviser to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton today. He gave us some more insight into Secretary Clinton's speech about the freedom on the Internet, specifically relating to China.
Natali has an internal Twitter dialogue about whether to let the world know that the last pumpkin scone has been sold. The Zune HD will only be available in the U.S., and Facebook launches a lite version of the site sans apps.
A casual relationship between MTV President Van Toffler and Dhani Harrison, the son of the late Beatle George Harrison, paved the way.
Event on the last evening of the Democratic convention brings together Mountain View geeks, Washington insiders, and Hollywood celebrities.
In the latest South Park, Stan's dad plays Guitar Hero's songs on a real guitar. One of the kids says, "That's gay," and turns back to Stan playing the game
In a perfect world, I would receive all of these things for the holidays in addition to world peace, an Ivan Lendl mousepad, and a flying koala.