The Dubai Ports World deal is off and an American Company will be asked to manage the six ports. In the meanwhile the Gaming business is getting serious. Development of games is exciting but tedious work. 1.1B $ will be spent by the end of this year in outsourcing game development and this will rise to 2.5 B $ by 2010. This is one way that the gaming industry is able to keep up the furious development of new games.
Gaming for all generations is big and computing adds all kinds of fun to it. Consider that bracketing for the March madness is evolving to a fine art with advisers using gaming technology to provide tips on how to predict winners. "Bracketology" is becoming really involved !