The Round-up: GTA V, Zombies and Government technology
A nice a varied week of goings on about nrm. So hows about we start from the top. The new GTA V trailer showed this week, and we trawled through every second to bring you a full analysis of every little detail about thegame that the ad reveals.
There's been a surprising increase in stories about tech used by Government this week, namely how the CIA are monitoring Facebook and Twitter 'Attitudes,' the London Met Police are actively using unannounced mobile phone tracking technology, and the US Government letting The Stingray (their version of mobile phone tracking technology) slip into an Arizona court case, and desparately try to cover it up.
A sequel to Alan Wake has been announced...for XBLA, a controversial scene from Modern Warfare 3 was leaked, various creative industries have requested BT block The Pirate Bay, they're replacing the trusty rescue dog with a pretty creepy looking spider-bot, Playstation home is relaunched, Researchers use a socialbot to gather 250gb of Facebook user data, Supercut is relaunched (not the hairdresser, the viral video site), a Twitter rotary phone mixes the old and the new, and more locally, Slingshot are letting people cast votes for where to set their next event instalment of the fantastic 2.8 hours later (we naturally recommend you vote Nottingham or Lincoln).