Technology – 01 January 2013

Pirated iOS app store Installous shutters

Written by Christopher MacManus, Published on CNET

A major source for pirated versions of iOS apps went down for good today, but it’s not the end of the world for those with jailbroken iDevices.

Zynga shutters 11 games, cites cost-reduction plan

Written by Earnest Cavalli, Published on Digital Trends

In an effort to avoid complete collapse, casual gaming giant Zynga has opted to close down 11 of its least profitable games. Fans are understandably upset.

Netflix Goes Down: Company Says Only DVD Website Affected

Written by Sarah Perez, Published on Tech Crunch

Following its lengthy Christmas Eve outage, Netflix is again experiencing issues today, according to a message posted on the Netflix website, dozens of reports from users on Twitter, and other third-party website monitoring services.

Fed up with a market full of failed Google TVs, Intel eyes own set-top box and cable service

Written by Brad Reed, Published on BGR

Intel (INTC) looks primed to give the cable industry some much-needed competition.

Microsoft Offers Free Month of Xbox Live After Outage

Written by Tiffany Kaiser, Published on Daily Tech

Xbox Live users may have suffered an outage over the weekend, but Microsoft is offering a free month of service to make up for it.

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