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Destiny House of Wolves expansion gets trailer

Destiny’s long-awaited second expansion, House of Wolves, finally has a release date along with an official prologue cinematic trailer. Bungie has also confirmed the list of content set to appear in the game’s second expansion, which follows on from The Dark Below, that launched all of the way back in …

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Xbox One gets another price cut in the UK

Over the course of 2015, Microsoft’s latest console, the Xbox One, has really picked up some steam as far as sales are concerned. In an effort to keep things moving forward, Microsoft has decided to give the Xbox One another price cut here in the UK. The new official price …

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Sharp is going to make 4K displays for smartphones

Many consumers felt that smartphone displays looked fine a few years back when 720p displays were the norm but still manufacturers swiftly pushed out 1080p, then 1440p and now by next year, we are going to be looking at smartphones with 4K displays. Sharp has announced plans to begin manufacturing …

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Apple Watch outsells entire Android Wear line-up

The first Apple Watch sales estimates are now in and it looks like curiosity got the better of everyone as the Apple Watch has apparently managed to outsell every Android Wear smartwatch combined. This means that the sales of Android Wear offerings from the likes of Motorola, LG and Samsung, …

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YouTube has a paid subscription service on the way

News broke earlier this week that YouTube’s long rumored paid subscription service is finally on the way. The new service will let monthly subscribers watch videos without ads and a cut of that revenue will be split between YouTube and content creators. The idea is to boost revenue for everybody, …

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Google’s own Chrome OS laptop is coming to the UK

Google’s in-house made Chrome OS laptop, the Chromebook Pixel 2, is coming to the UK this month. The new model was announced last month over in the US and is intended to get more developers on-board and working with the lesser used Chrome operating system. Chromebooks are generally cheaper, intended …

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The Apple Watch is already selling out online

Apple launched its first new product category today, the Apple Watch, and it is already selling out pretty fast with delivery estimates being pushed back as far as six weeks so far for many who are pre-ordering online. However, this might not be entirely down to strong day one sales …

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Disney and Apple are clashing over TV streaming service

It seems that Apple and Disney might be having issues negotiating which channels will be included in Apple’s upcoming TV streaming service. According to new reports, Apple wants to limit the number of Disney channels in order to keep costs down but Disney would rather Apple picked up most of …

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OS X Yosemite update finally drops iPhoto

Back in February, we learned that Apple was finally working towards ditching iPhoto, along with Aperture, with a new ‘Photos’ app for the latest version of OS X, ‘Yosemite’. Now the time has finally come and the new app has been pushed out in an update. The developer version of …

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Rockstar talks GTA V PC optimization

Grand Theft Auto V for the PC is almost upon us but one question still remains unanswered: Will the game run well on a wide range of hardware? We already know what the minimum and recommended specifications are but now Rockstar has got a bit more specific. Kevin Hoare, President …

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge will be in short supply at launch

Samsung has come out and admitted that the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge may well be in short supply when it finally goes on sale tomorrow. This is mostly down to difficulties in manufacturing the ambitious curved display. The company is currently expecting demand to exceed supply at launch, according to …

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TP-Link Archer D7 1750AC Router Review

Today we are taking a look at the Archer D7 1750AC Router from TP-Link. It retains many of the same features as its bigger brother, the Archer D9 AC1900, but comes in at a lower price. Could this be the best budget option for a router in 2015? Let’s find …

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Popcorn Time sneaks on to iOS

Popcorn Time, the so-called ‘Netflix for pirates’ has managed to sneak its way on to iOS without the need to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad. The app is already available on most other major platforms but breaking on to Apple’s terrain took a little extra work. The piracy app has …

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Sony is apparently preparing an Xperia Z4 Ultra phablet

Rumour has it that Sony is currently working on re-entering the phablet market with an Xperia Z4 Ultra smartphone. Sony’s new handset will reportedly come equipped with a new 6 inch display, launching alongside the smaller Xperia Z4. This information comes from DigiTimes (Via TechRadar), which spoke to an anonymous …

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