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J.K. Rowling Announces Pottermore

From pottermore.com ” In the new website, the storyline will be brought to life with sumptuous newly-commissioned illustrations and interactive ‘Moments’ through which you can navigate, starting with the first book, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s (Sorcerer’s) Stone. On entering, you choose a magic username and begin your experience. As you move through the chapters, you can read and share exclusive writing from J.K. Rowling, and, just as Harry joins Hogwarts, so can you. You visit Diagon Alley, get sorted into a house, cast spells and mix potions to help your house compete for the House Cup.
At a press conference at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, Rowling revealed some key features of the website. In an announcement which will thrill fans, she described how she has brought to life both the Sorting Hat and Ollivanders experiences from her books for the first time on Pottermore, by revealing the questions asked by the Sorting Hat – which places newcomers into their Hogwarts houses according to their characteristics – and the magic behind the Wand Chooser – which finds the right wand for each user from over 33,000 possible combinations. She also revealed glimpses of the new information she has provided on some of the best-loved characters. ”

http://www.pottermore.com/

Pottermore To Be A Treasure Hunt Game

From guardian.co.uk ” It is thought Rowling’s new project, due to be officially launched on Thursday, will be a Potter-based treasure hunt entitled Pottermore, after an apparently secret memo emerged. The new project is reportedly an online game that gives users clues which will lead them to prizes hidden in the real world. Aspiring wizards the world over can hope to find an undisclosed number of magic wands stashed throughout the UK and US, and possibly other countries. It is not yet clear if the treasure hunt is Pottermore itself or a marketing drive for another product, and details about the game remain hazy.

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iPad light painting

Making Future Magic: iPad light painting from Dentsu London on Vimeo.

Find out more @ berglondon.com & dentsulondon.com

Pics Via flickr.com

But the book @ blurb.com

NIntendo 3DS(New DS) E3 2010 Trailer

E3 2010: Xbox 360 Slim Interview

Quote from FlakeLoad —” June 15, 2010 — Geoff Keighley gets some one-on-one time with Aaron Greenberg and the new Xbox 360 Slim after the Microsoft E3 2010 Press Conference.”

Upcoming Games for Nintendo DS

Here is a PDF list of all the upcoming games for Nintendo DS this year.

FACT_E3_UpcomingGames_DS

E3 2010 day two Debut Game trailers and Gameplay !

Check out all the new game trailers from the 2010 E3 expo day two  right here , dont waste your time searching the internet for E3 news get it all here live and up to date @ HYPHYTEK.NET!

Quote from machinima — “Jun 14, 2010 —  The First Templar E3 2010 Debut Trailer [HD]

Developer: Haeminont Games AD,Release: Q1/2011,Genre: Ation/Adventure,Platform: X360/PC,Publisher: Kalypso Media”

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Nintendo 3DS , E3 2010 Live Demo (Stream)

Nintendo 3DS , E3 2010 Live Demo Part I/2 (Stream)&

Nintendo 3DS, E3 2010 Live Demo Part 2/2 (Stream)

Quote from NatsuFairTail1 —” June 15, 2010 — Live demo at E3 Part”

Quote from NatsuFairTail1 —” June 15, 2010 — Part 2 E3″

E3 2010 day one Debut Game trailers and Gameplay !

Check out all the new game trailers from the 2010 E3 expo day one  right here , dont waste your time searching the internet for E3 news get it all here live and up to date @ HYPHYTEK.NET!

Quote from SkierDudeCC09 —” June 11, 2010 — Return to the desecrated world of Fallout with this trailer for New Vegas from E3 2010!”

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Ipad Open To Hackers? Never!

Ha Ha, Apple has suffered another embarrassment. A security breach has exposed iPad owners including dozens of CEOs, military officials, and top politicians. They—and every other buyer of the cellular-enabled tablet—could be vulnerable to spam marketing and malicious hacking. more »

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