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Disney and Electronic Arts (EA) announced an agreement that delivers exclusive rights to future Stars Wars based games to EA. Disney actually retains the rights to titles in the “mobile, social, tablet and online game categories.” More specifically, EA gets the rights to “new Star Wars titles for a core [...]Read More »
It’s been over a month since Google announced that it would be shutting down the beloved Google Reader on July 1st, and there’s a really good chance that you’ve moved on to one of the many alternatives by now. And if you haven’t yet, maybe dotTech can help you with [...]Read More »
Disney says they will show Star Wars Episode 7 by 2015. Why wait so long? Watch a parody of it today!Read More »
Cats have nine lives. Emperor Palpatine? He has baby clones.Read More »
In the United States there is a program called ‘We The People’ that allows ordinary Americans to submit online petitions for whatever they want. If a petition gets more than 15,000 signatures, the White House is required to officially respond.
In November 2012, a petition was submitted asking the White [...]Read More »
Any dotTechies, or dotTechies’ children, have read the ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ novels? For those that have not read or heard about them, ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ are children books that allow you, as a reader, to select what happens next in the novel. No, they aren’t books with artificial [...]Read More »
Disney has bought Star Wars. What is a natural transition that results from that particular transaction? Darth Vader and his minions going to Disneyland, of course!
Disney obviously isn’t oblivious to the LucasArts-Star-Wars-Disney jokes floating around the internet. Thankfully Disney isn’t throwing a fit about it but rather joining in [...]Read More »
Ever wish there were more Star Wars movies? I have. If you have too, then your wishes and mine have just been granted. Disney has just purchased LucasArts, the company of the founder of Star Wars, George Lucas, and the owner of the Star Wars franchise, for $4.05 billion. With [...]Read More »
Remeber that Star Wars-themed Angry Birds Rovio teased us with last week? Yeah, well, it is official — Angry Birds Star Wars is coming on November 8, 2012. While it isn’t entirely clear which platforms the game will be on nor pricing, you can pretty much expect it to be [...]Read More »
Despite being only roughly three years old, Angry Birds has been an icon for modern mobile gaming. Rovio first tasted success as a paid game on iOS, then tried their hand at an ad-supported Angry Birds for Android and made so much money from ad revenue a month (at one [...]Read More »