Deutsche Telekom launches Entertain to Go (Original)

Deutsche Telekom has launched its multi-screen TV service Entertain to Go service, offering access to around 40 TV channels from PC, laptop and iPad.

The service, which was first announced by the German operator last year, is priced at €4.95 per-month and gives access to content on a users’ home WiFi network. Entertain video library content can also be accessed over wireless networks.

The offering includes public broadcast networks such as ARD, ZDF and 3sat as well as private channels ProSieben, Sat.1, RTL and VOX.

The iPad version of the service is available to download now, with iPhone and Android versions in the works.

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Zynga, Facebook, and the rapidly approaching future of online social gambling (Original)

Facebook is launching gambling games in the U.K., which is great news for Zynga but bad news for people who hate getting badgered about Facebook games.

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Wargaming’s CEO explains Free-to-Play, and discusses the death of the retail model (Original)

World of Tanks is a global phenomenon, and it is a shining example of the free-to-play model. We talk with CEO Victor Kislyi about Wargaming’s 15th anniversary, doing free-to-play right, and the end of 5,000 years of business.…

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How Google Play’s new game services work (Original)

Google Play game services will roll out some new features that mobile gamers will love. Google Plus login, cross-platform functionality, real time multiplayer, social leadboards, and achievements top the list.…

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Ouya showing its growing pains, delays launch to June 25 (Original)

The retail release date for Ouya slips to June 25, 2013 even as the company secures $15 million in investment capital and adds ex-EA chief creative officer Bing Gordon to its board of directors.…

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GamePop challenges Ouya with subscription-based Android console (Original)

The Ouya was a smash hit on Kickstarter, and it’s due to arrive late next month and usher in a new, cheap era in console gaming. Now the crew behind BlueStacks is getting……

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Ouya only places 73rd in 3DMark Ice Storm mobile benchmark (Original)

Ouya developer kits started shipping out in December and everything looks on track for the retail launch later this year. But having hardware available to play with means we are starting to see……

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As Android gaming console OUYA ships, competitor GameStick gets delayed (Original)

In 2012, the Android gaming console business was non-existant, just a potentially revolutionary idea well funded in multiple Kickstarter campaigns. Now Android consoles are starting to trickle out. The OUYA's primary competitor, PlayJam's tiny GameStick console, has been delayed.…

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The next great gaming platform will be… Facebook? Say hello to ‘Ballistic’ (Original)

The days of the simple, casual game on Facebook are coming to an end, as developers are finding new ways to use the social media service – just check out Rumble Games’ ‘Ballistic’ for proof.…

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Online gambling: Zynga bets on real-money games to bring in the cash with UK launch (Original)

Social gaming company Zynga launches its first online real-money gambling games in the UK on Wednesday, a move it hopes will set it on the path to a more profitable future.…

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