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June 27, 2018
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Interactive albums coming to iTunes–Alternative rock band Snow Patrol’s next album will be released in a new interactive format on iTunes and will include lyrics and exclusive images.

Video game “megatrends” and the necessity of internet connectivity–The video game market is changing as the Internet enables new consumption methods for games.

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