Tuesday, New Jersey opened its bandwidth to legalised Internet gambling. The state allows the gamut of casino games online after its Gov. Chris Christie (R.) signed legislation earlier this year. Some estimates show Internet gambling in N.J. could generate $1 billion in the first year, translating to $150 million in tax revenue for N.J. (The New York Times)
Amazon Japan launched Instant Video November 27th. The streaming and download service offers rentals and purchase of film and TV content from major networks. Rentals start at 100 yen ($1 USD). (hollywoodreporter.com)
Hard core gamers wanting to take their experience mobile will want to ask Santa for a MOGA controller for Android or iOS the line spans the gamut from slim line mini-controller to full-size controllers that bring the console experience to mobile devices. The controllers charge the cell while attached. Prices range from $59.99 to $99.99, depending on the model. They're available at a variety of retail outlets, including Best Buy, Game Stop, Target, and Apple stores. (broadwayworld.com)
Another to put on your Christmas list - this month, "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas," comes out for mobile devices. Step into C.J.'s shoes while in line at the grocery store. Just wear your headphones if you crack "Hot Coffee." (foxnews.com)
Apple device users can step inside the point-of-view (POV) of their favorite celebrities using the new mobile app, CamFusion. The app let's users buy distinct experiences in-app. (Apple Store)
Sony's giving away mobile games this holiday season. The gaming giant offer for free download ten games during a five week period via PlayStation Mobile. The giveaway runs from Nov. 27th to Jan. 15th with a break from Dec. 18th to Jan. 8th. The games run on PS Vita and any smartphone or tablet with the range's app installed. (eurogamer.net)
Writer/model Carlie Lawson writes for Movitly, Keysian, and 365 Eufaula. Her articles have also appeared in Livestrong, Chron.com, JollyJo.tv, and eHow, among other publications. She's happy Movitly provides a home for her to use her B.A. in Film and Video Studies and B.A. in Journalism & Mass Communications from the University of Oklahoma.