Saturday, May 21, 2011

Newsbits: J.Cole album, PomCRS Morning Tea...

J. Cole promises no more hold ups

 J. Cole is finally gearing up for the release of his debut album, promising fans that there will be "no more hold up." Speaking at a press conference for the 2011 BET Awards, Cole said he was preparing to get deep into the promotional cycle with the release of an as-yet-untitled new single.

"Now it's time," he said. "I always had the material for the album. The hold-up was always picking the right single. I think we knew that there was so much on the line and the potential that I had, so we were kind of hesitant.... [Now,] there's no more hold up."



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Port Moresby Cancer Relief Society: PNG's First Biggest Morning Tea



 POMCRS invites you to either host your own Biggest Morning Tea at your office or come and join us in front of BSP Bank, Port Moresby (near Deloitte Tower) and help ensure that every cup counts in the fight against cancer.

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Sony resuming PlayStation Network




Sony has said it began a phased restoration of its PlayStation Network games service on a country by country basis and expected the process to be complete by May 31.

The PlayStation Network, which enables PlayStation games console owners to download games and pit their skills against rivals, has been offline since April 19, after Sony discovered hackers had breached security and accessed personal details on 77 million accounts.

It shut down the network and its Qriocity online music and movie service, frustrating many users, but later found out that a separate online games service had also been accessed, forcing a further shutdown.

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