AMNews: Free Duke Nukem Forever, Anonymous Hits Spanish Police Website, Apple To Provide Unlocked iPhone: Rumours

We know of only one way to get Duke Nukem for free in the UK and it doesn't involve illicit downloads, cracks or keygen. Base, BlahDVD, 101cd and DVD.co.uk, all part of the same family, are offering Duke Nukem Forever for PC with either of six memory kits from the range of Kingston HyperX T1, with free delivery as well (ed : let us know if you know of any other such bundles).

Google has confirmed the acquisition of display ad management service provider AdMeld. The acquisition was first reported by TechCrunch, which reported that the company had acquired AdMeld for $400 million. AdMeld offers ad space management services to publishers, allowing them to derive the most from their advertising space

As it was the case with the iPod in the MP3 player market, Apple has managed, this time again with the iCloud, to deliver a comprehensive, integrated cloud-based set of services at a time where its other competitors are still trying to find their feet.

Anonymous has taken down the website belonging to the Spanish police department after the arrest of three members belonging to its Spanish division. The Spanish National Police revealed that their website was down for a brief time frame but the department’s operations were not harmed.

Rumours are doing rounds that Apple plans to offer unlocked versions of its iPhone device from its retail store starting Wednesday. According to an article on CNET, the rumour was started by an anonymous Twitter user named ‘chronicwire’ who set up the account merely a week ago.