Review of ‘The Saturday Night Ghost Club’

The Saturday Night Ghost Club is a quick, nostalgic and spooky read that tackles difficult themes with grace and humor. Continue reading Review of ‘The Saturday Night Ghost Club’

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Xbox One voice commands not available in all regions at launch

By: Eddie Makuch [UPDATE] Following the publication of this story, Microsoft issued a statement on the matter. Voice control will be available in 10 of the Xbox One’s 13 launch markets, though the specific “Xbox On” voice command will be available in only five regions. “Our vision is to bring conversational voice control and voice search to every country where we sell Xbox,” a Microsoft … Continue reading Xbox One voice commands not available in all regions at launch

Wii Mini Shown On Canadian Online Retailers

By: Melissa Evans   (@Fataleflare) Only 24 hours ago the Wii Mini was an unconfirmed console, but retailer postings and a few official photos have confirmed the rumor. The Wii Mini will be a smaller, downpriced version of Nintendo’s last-gen console. The listing for the system appeared on Best Buy’s Canada homepage hours after the unconfirmed report. Wii Mini will not have internet connectivity options nor will … Continue reading Wii Mini Shown On Canadian Online Retailers

Wii Mini lacks Wi-Fi, GameCube support

By: Eddie Makuch [UPDATE] Following the publication of this story, Nintendo confirmed the Wii Mini as a Canada-exclusive to be sold through the holiday season. No mention was made of a release in other territories. A landing page at the company’s website confirms the earlier reports. The Wii Mini cannot connect to the Internet or play GameCube games. The original story follows below. The evidence … Continue reading Wii Mini lacks Wi-Fi, GameCube support

Canada won’t consider more Libya jets until May

Canada will not decide whether to contribute more fighter jets to NATO operations over Libya until after the May 2 federal election, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on Friday. Britain and France are urging other NATO allies to provide more planes capable of hitting Libyan ground forces after the United States cut back its role in the operation. Canada has six fighter jets in the … Continue reading Canada won’t consider more Libya jets until May