Xperia and Box Extend Partnership
Box, one of the leading cloud storage and content management services has agreed to extend its partnership with Sony through 2013.
The partnership gives owners of most Xperia smartphones with Android version 2.1 or higher access to 50gb of cloud storage space for free. The partnership which began in late 2011 means Box keeps a portion of their market reach intact with a major electronics company. Sony benefits from the press the Xperia will receive regarding this partnership.[blockquote align=”center” style=”style1″ cite=”SonyMobile blog”]Xperia smartphone* and Sony tablet users can now grab free 50GB cloud storage for life, by signing-up or accessing existing Box accounts from their devices before 31st December 2013.[/blockquote]
To receive your free 50gb from Box, simply access or sign-up for a new Box account from your device.
Ubisoft Hunts Sneaky AS3 Bug
Ubisoft is in clean up mode ..for bugs that is. It has recently come to light that some players are experiencing save game loss on Assassin’s Creed 3. The bug can dramatically impact saved games to the point where they revert to a completion percentage far less than what has actually been attained or worse yet reset progress altogether.
The bug seems to have originated from the latest DLC, Hidden Secrets. Apparently the bug occurs when players download the DLC while playing the game. Advice for now is to avoid downloading the DLC or at very least don’t play or load saved games while the download is occurring.
Ubisoft is quickly moving to correct the error. The bug only affects current season pass holders. The DLC is set to release for non-season pass holders this week.
John McAfee Finally Caught
McAfee has been on the run ever since a murder in his home neighborhood in Belize. Belize police have been searching for him without success until his recent capture by Guatemalan authorities. McAfee is wanted for questioning, but feels the Belize police have other nefarious reasons for their interest in him.
For those wondering or unaware, yes John McAfee is the founder and name behind the McAfee anti-virus software so widely known around the world.
* Image courtesy of SonyMobile.com
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