October 10th, 2012
Episode 283 of 410 episodes
On this week's Byte: Interview with Crikey's Dan Golding - review of Mark of the Ninja. what defines an 'indie' game? Is Microsoft phasing out Microsoft points? Byron and Kent's verdict on the iPhone 5 (now with extra length...) and iOS 6 - what will be the next big thing from Apple? Samsung have announced a 'mini' Galaxy S3 with a four inch screen. The new Open-Dyslexic font has been released, providing a free font option for people living with Dyslexia. Activist group Civil Rights Defenders have developed a new Captcha system for bot detection. A 'plague-like' hack has broken out in World of Warcraft, killing entire cities in certain realms. Real-life gaming at the Tech Assault Laser Tag 'Domination Tournament' - next tournament Saturday 26 October at 6pm (thanks to RRR subscriber Anthony for passing on the info). The new Sim City looks incredible - check out the trailer here. Presented by Georgia Webster, Byron Scullin, and Kent Humphries. http://profiles.google.com/byteintoit http://twitter.com/byteintoit http://friendfeed.com/byteintoit
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