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Grand Theft Auto V maker Rockstar Games says it plans to give players half a million dollars each of in-game currency to make up for online gameplay hiccups.
Ten Australian game developers have been awarded between them an AU$6 million stimulus package to boost the local industry.
Whoops. Perhaps an ad on a notorious piracy-oriented file-sharing site is not the best way to encourage Canadians to spend money. The government says it was all a mistake.
Government may be overlooking an open-source solution that already works for the U.S. Veterans Administration: VistA.
Major ISPs, such as Verizon, AT&T, and Comcast, are sitting out the first round of stimulus funding, but smaller players like Leap Wireless are applying.
With 1 million smart meters on tap, Energy Smart Miami program is intended to help residents cut utility bills by providing data on home energy usage in real time.
Australia and the U.S. see broadband as important, but the two countries have different ideas of how to build those networks and stimulate their economies.
Wireless industry is hoping it can reap the rewards of billions of dollars being spent on health care technology as part of the economic stimulus package.
Although it's early, green-tech investors and executives so far have been impressed with the Obama administration's direction and tactics on clean energy.
Various organizations and companies debate at a public meeting whether broadband stimulus money should fund projects with varying degrees of risk involved.