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+ - Sony forgot to mention the 56 developers working on PlayStation Mobile titles!->

Submitted by Serapth
Serapth (643581) writes "This is a list of the developers officially developing for their PlayStation Mobile effort ( previously PlayStation Suite ) that for some mind boggling reason Sony failed to mention on stage. The list has some pretty heavy hitters like Sega and From Software. The list was extracted from a PDF file attached to an official Sony Japanese press release announcing HTC device support.

It seems to me news that all of these people are developing games for their Vita/Android efforts would be much bigger news than a gimmicky book!"

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+ - Can't surf Slashdot from work? New site can help.-> 1

Submitted by Serapth
Serapth (643581) writes "The new service Flexamail presents a different approach to help users stuck behind firewall, email. For example, if you wanted to browse Slashdot, it's as easy sending an email to www@flexamail.com with the subject line set to www.slashdot.org. Special services also exists specifically for Facebook, Twitter and Google. Since it is email based, 99% of firewalls won't get in the way. Additionally, if you have an email only cell plan, this can save you from having to sign up for an expensive data plan for the ability to surf. As email clients vary in their CSS and script support and simply don't support Flash, results will vary from site to site and email client to email client from readable to pixel perfect."
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