Netcomm has entered into a supply agreement with Foxtel for Foxtel's subcsribers to 'be among the first to benefit' from NetComm's 200Mbps Powerline Adapters. These let consumers connect their Foxtel iQ boxes to their network for video on demand services, without installing additional cables, thanks to Netcomm's 200Mbps powerline technology.
All right, mother-nukers, Duke Nukem's soon to blast and wisecrack his way back into the hearts and minds of both the old and a new generation with two radioactively tasty treats: the loooong-awaited sequel that is Duke Nukem Forever and Duke Nukem Next-Gen: a redux of the 1996 Duke Nukem 3D. Go get some!
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