Today, gaming industry execs and fans will gather at Epic Games' Headquarters in Cary, N.C. and this time, they're not checking out the giant slide in the lobby. They're supporting Governor Perdue and witness the signing of House Bill 1973 - tax incentives for the digital entertainment industry. [ATTACH=RIGHT]16060[/ATTACH]North Carolina holds one of the highest concentration of game developers and publishers within its borders (14 total), including EA, Epic Games and Red Storm. In a move to encourage existing developers and also those who may want to relocate, North Carolina has introduced some tasty tax incentives. Becoming effective January 1, …

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In the run-up to Inauguration Day, just about has been everyone speculating on what changes our newly-elected president will bring to the table. Naturally, we talk a lot around DaniWeb about how Obama's plans will affect the tech sector. As long as everyone else is making predictions and suggestions, I might as well too. I'd very much like to see a focus on developing the technology infrastructure of this country. Most urban areas have DSL and high-speed fiber optics (and the lucky ones even get WiFi), but there are plenty of rural areas that are still struggling with out-dated dialup …

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