The Lego movie is not expected to hit theatres until February 7, 2014 but already there’s buzz about The Lego Movie Videogame. We haven’t been privy to the actual game, but here’s a sneak peek at the game’s brand-new “brick-tastic” box art.
Tomorrow morning at Edmonton’s West Edmonton Mall (WEM), a ribbon cutting ceremony will commemorate the opening of Microsoft’s first full retail store in Western Canada, and only the second in Canada.
There were a number expected announcements and a few surprises at Tuesday’s Apple event in San Francisco, but at the end of the day we saw a number of exciting new and improved products to keep the fan boys and the critics talking for a while. Meanwhile, we heard a lot of the word FREE being echoed throughout the 80-minute presentation.
Apple announced today that Angela Ahrendts, CEO of Burberry, would be joining the company in a newly created position, as a senior vice president of retail and on-line operations. This begs the question – is Apple looking at a retail makeover?
It’s hard to believe, but Google, which has become a common household word and the answer to things unknown, is turning 15 this week and as they often do, they’re celebrating this milestone as with many others by creating a new Google Doodle.