Xbox, Artists And Ice-cream

Xbox releases full retail games downloadable on demand. Man wakes from brain surgery as an artist. Canon workers, forbidden to sit down. Ice-cream that doesn't melt and Star Wars: The Old Republic.

Xbox 360 getting full retail games delivered on demand.
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Man wakes from brain surgery as talented artist.
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Canon employees are forbidden to sit down, walk at normal pace.
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Sweet! Ice cream that doesn't melt!
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Star Wars: The Old Republic cinematic trailer, out now!
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"Day in the Cloud" by Google apps and Virign America is taking place on June 24, 2009. Virgin America, the first airline to offer in-flight WiFi on every flight, is teaming up with Google to take cloud computing to new heights with the first-ever online scavenger hunt to be played simultaneously in the air and on the ground for one day – June 24. Virgin America will be giving all its guests free WiFi that day to encourage travelers to get their nerd on. Google gathered a small group of gamers extraordinaire to come up with puzzles, trivia, and brain teasers. The hour-long game challenge will run for a 24-hour period on the ground and in the air.

Visit www.dayinthecloud.com to play. The top five scorers in the challenge will receive a "Year in the Cloud" prize package, which includes a year of free flights and free in-flight WiFi from Virgin America, an HP netbook computer, and 1 terabyte of Google account storage for all of your photos and email. Not a puzzle fanatic? Don't worry. The questions come in various difficulty levels so there will be some easy puzzles and others that might drive even the most experienced competitors crazy. You must be a legal resident of the U.S. and at least 18 years of age to be eligible for a prize.

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