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Entertainment News Archive - December 14, 2010

Calling all mafia game addicts and Facebook fans! “The Mafia Boss”, the longest running, free online multiplayer mafia game is reinforcing its solemn promise of an eye for an eye, arm, and a leg, by launching a brand new web site and a Facebook platform for your recreational pleasure.

Sonic.net today announced it has been selected to operate and support the trial fiber-to-the-home network Google is building at Stanford University.

AmpKit 1.1 is a massive update to the powerful and highly acclaimed AmpKit guitar amps and effects app. The update features a beautiful iPad interface, audio copy and paste, setup sharing, iPod music library access, exciting new gear, and much more.

People Sync Incorporated, the leader in Candidate Context Synchronization (CCS), appoints Adrian Wood as Vice President of Business Development.

Los Angeles Criminal Defense Lawyer Gregory Caplan has just launched a comprehensive mobile-device website, designed to provide instant criminal defense resources in Los Angeles to mobile-devices, including iphones, ipads, Androids (htc and g2, and more), as well as Blackberry.

Itracks creates network of panel providers to serve the online qualitative industry (Vocus) December 13, 2010 Itracks, the world-leading provider of online qualitative research and patent holder for qualitative applications, today announced its plan to bring panel providers together to offer qualitative services to its community of moderators (GOMC). Itracks will be partnering with AskingCanadiansâ„¢ (a Delvinia company), Easy Mail Interactive (EMI), Focus Forward and Schlesinger Associates, all recognized leaders in the market research industry.

Digital agency focused on mobile media and emerging technologies ranked #189 by annual list of fastest-growing private technology companies Seattle (Vocus/PRWEB) December 13, 2010 Lead411’s 2010 Technology 500 List (http://www.lead411.com/tech500/2010/list.php) of the fastest-growing private technology companies has recognized Seattle-based Übermind (http://www.ubermind.com), a digital agency focused on mobile media and emerging technologies, as one of the largest and fastest-growing creators of mobile media. Lead411, a business information and data gathering firm, recently announced the Technology 500 list for 2010, ranking Übermind #189 with two-year revenue growth of 115 percent.

Editors: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association President Tommie L.

Word of the Day
cenobite
  • One of a religious order living in a convent or in community; a monk: opposed to anchoret or hermit (one who lives in solitude).
  • A social bee.
This word comes from the Latin 'coenobium,' convent, which comes from the Greek 'koinobios,' living in community.
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