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If you are in the United States and waiting to get your hands on the newest edition to the HTC Android smart phone collection, then here is some piece of information for you. And if you did not understand what we are talking about, it is about the new HTC One, and the high end model of this smart phone is the 64 GB version. I know that there are a lot of people in the United States waiting to get their hands on the HTC One as soon as it reaches the shores of United States, but that is going to take some time as we already know there is a delay. But if you are waiting for the 64 GB version of the smart phone and if you are not on AT&T, then get ready to migrate to AT&T.

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South by Southwest Interactive is the perfect place to promote new, cutting-edge ideas, especially if they overlap in different areas of technology. Defiance, a new video game and TV show hybrid, is a near-perfect example of how these two forms of media can interact with each other to create one unified story across different platforms.

Both a video game and a TV show, Defiance doesn’t follow the typical show-turned-game model that we’re accustomed to seeing—or even the converse game-to-show model that’s just emerging. (See Disney’s Where’s My Water as an example of that.) Instead, the story of Defiance was created to coexist between game and show. For example, Defiance will be released as a game in early April, and the show’s pilot will air on SyFy two weeks later. The first mission of the game happens before the show actually starts—the mission ends with the introduction of the main characters of the TV show, and the show picks up where the game’s first mission leaves off.

As the TV season of Defiance progresses, supplemental updates will become available for the game, so game missions will run parallel with the action and storyline of the show. When new characters are introduced in the show, they’ll show up in the game as well.

Defiance will be released as a game for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on April 2, and the show will debut on SyFy on April 15.

Source: Techhive

Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel is out next week on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. I know, it snuck up on me too. If you were looking forward to this bromantic action game filled with explosions, bullets, explosions, and oversized blades (seen above) – well that time is almost here.

EA has sent over a new trailer for the game chocked full of explosions and promotional quotes from the game.  We revealed some hands on impressions ourselves a few weeks back – let’s see if I can find some good quotes to pull from it.

See!  I can pull out of context quotes and make things sound awesome too. Don’t worry – what I played of the game was fun, especially if you liked the previous titles.

Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel is out on March 26th with two player local or online co-op on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.