Every Dreamcast game ever made up for auction – it is your duty to enter the bidding war

Hopefully it isn’t necessary to explain to you the significance of SEGA’s Dreamcast. It was the best console ever, especially as Electronic Arts didn’t release any games for it so there was no FIFA/Madden/NHL to trudge through every year – just 100% SOLID GOLD SEGA and SEGA-approved arcade magic.

Anyway. One man has acquired an original copy of every Japanese Dreamcast game ever released. Which, to be fair, most gamers should’ve done themselves during the late 1990s and early 2000s.

But if you didn’t do your duty at the time – and therefore inadvertently contributed towards today’s dismal gaming scene – you can now make amends by buying every Japanese DC game in one bulk lot – for the never-to-be-repeated bargain price of $19,999.99.


Apple drops prices on iPods, iMacs, MacBooks and third-party accessories for today's UK Black Friday sale

Crazy Steve Jobs has unleashed his CRAZY WAREHOUSE PRICES on the UK market, for today only. And we’re all in for a big treat, as not just are the Apple products discounted, but other products too, from Logitech, JBL, Ferguson Hill and even Canon.

Highlights in the sale bonanza include MacBooks for £668 (discounted from £699), iMacs for £768 (down from £799), 80GB…

UK Apple fans to be treated to our own Black Friday sale, for tomorrow only!

apple-sale-flyer.jpgIt may not be on par with America’s Black Friday sale last week, but currently the UK is going through some sort of pre-holiday sales-blitz, with most high street stores offering at least 20% off their wares. It’s getting to the point where I’m refusing to pay full-price now, I’m just waiting for the day when I throw a diva strop in Sainsbury’s, horrified that their skim milk isn’t discounted!

Thankfully Apple fanboys won’t have to start throwing diva strops anytime soon, as the big Jobs has kindly ordered a discount on a huge range of Apple…

Is Rupert Murdoch eyeing up LinkedIn for a possible acquisition?

rupert-murdoch-linkedIn.jpgThis geezer attempting a smile here is none other than Rupert Murdoch, CEO of News Corp. They already own MySpace, and a bunch of other online properties, but you see, herein lies the problem: old Mr. Murdoch is quite greedy, and if rumours are true, he’s considering buying LinkedIn.

The possible acquisition is rumoured to take place in January 2008, and as Tech Crunch states, LinkedIn’s…