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Articles tagged with: aim

In-Depth Look At Battlefield 3, Due 10/11

The Electronic Entertainment Expo carried big news for many major manufacturers, among those, more information about Battlefield 3 unfolded. Fans of the Battlefield series can expect the title to ship to their door on October 25th of this year.

The title will be available for PS3, Xbox360, and PC. Fans will be happy to hear that the game took three years to develop and is powered by the Frostbite 2 engine, supplying the best graphics, character animation, audio/sound, and of course, physical destruction.

Two players were introduced for the single player campaign, including Dmitri “Dima” Mayakovsky, a Russian undercover operative and Jonathan “Jono” Miller, an American Marine Corporal. Gamers can play through…

Twitter Creates Optimized Web App

Twitter has just announced a new version of twitter.com for mobile devices, worldwide. Twitter calls it a web app although it is actually a website. The “web app” was created to provide a high quality Twitter experience on high-end touchscreen devices, whether or not the device came packed with a Twitter app.

The company stated that this web app was specifically designed for smartphones and tablets that have more advanced browsers. Twitter also mentions that there are significant improvements that take advantage of today’s high-end mobile browsers such as touch gestures and a large screen.

Google Chat Integrates AIM

Over the next couple days, Google is going to get just a bit more powerful. The search engine giant will be integrating full AIM (AOL Instant Messenger) support in Google Chat. You will no longer have to sign in AIM or an AIM client (such as Trillian) to talk to the few buddies you have, who refuse to make the switch off AIM.

Users will be able to add their best friends straight from the AIM account or by adding their buddies through the Google Talk list. To add an AIM screenname to Google Talk, users will have to type the AIM screenname followed by “@aol.com.”