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Time Warner Cable bringing live TV to Xbox 360 later this summer

A new Time Warner Cable app coming to Xbox 360 later this summer promises access to 300 live television channels, Xbox Wire has announced. The new Time Warner app, which requires Xbox Live Gold and a Time Warner subscription, will offer more live TV channels than any other on Xbox 360. The annou...

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Batman: Arkham City shipped 6 million in 2011

Tucked away in the dark, crowded bowels of Time Warner's financial results statement for fiscal 2011 is news that Rocksteady's blockbuster, bat-centric beat-em-up (that would be Batman: Arkham City) has shipped 6 million units, as of December 31, 2011. Now, "shipped" is a much different statistic t...

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ESPN site suggests Xbox Live streaming coming soon to Time Warner, Brighthouse

If you're a Time Warner or Brighthouse network cable subscriber, the new ESPN streaming functionality that came with the November Dashboard update was kinda lost on you in that you couldn't find it ... ever. Hope is coming though -- Brighthouse (which is owned by Time Warner) says Xbox 360 function...

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Time Warner backs down on metered broadband pricing

After considerable consumer outrage, Time Warner Cable has stopped its plans to test a novel -- some might say evil -- broadband pricing structure that would charge customers based on their internet usage. The pricing structure, which strayed from traditional flat fees, could have had a serious im...

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Time Warner Cable creates $150 unlimited broadband tier

Amid complaints of price gouging over the new broadband pricing structure its been testing out in select U.S. cities, Time Warner Cable has announced two new tiers for users with varying internet consumption habits. First, for just $15, you can sign yourself up for a 1GB per month contract, which ...

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A look at Time Warner's broadband pricing structure

OK, we need to get serious for a few paragraphs about new bandwidth rates being tested by Time Warner Cable, something that could seriously affect gamers' wallets. Gamers with Jobs has posted an excellent analysis of Time Warner Cable's new metered pricing structure, currently being tested in Green...

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Eidos in early buyout talks

Even though she's more busted than a meth-addicted lady of the night, Eidos is ready to work the street corner again for some johns (we're guessing two brothers with the last name Warner). MCV acquired a statement from the publisher, indicating that the board has received a "preliminary approach" ...

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Time Warner intrigued by games industry, says CFO

Time Warner Chief Financial Officer John Martin said that the company's water-testing acquisition of Traveller's Tales has been "wildly successful" and it wants more. In a call with investors, Martin expressed that the gaming industry "intrigues" Time Warner, but that there's nothing "right now of...

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Turner to sell GameTap, Time Warner reveals [update]

Time Warner released its second-quarter 2008 financial report this morning, which included a brief mention of an $18 million write-off attributed to a "noncash impairment of GameTap." Say what? The report claims the write-off is based on "Turner's decision to sell its online video game business," l...

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Eidos and Time-Warner in cahoots?

To make a long story short, there are some rumors circulating about Eidos being in talks with Time-Warner in an effort to get creative license for Time-Warner movies -- to make movies into video games (as opposed to the ill-fated stigma of games into movies... except the first Mortal Kombat. That on...

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