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PewDiePie made £4.8 million last year

We already knew that PewDiePie was a rich man, after all, he did make £2.6 million throughout 2013 by being the biggest channel on YouTube. However, now we have learned that over the past year he has become extra rich, with his earnings nearly doubling throughout 2014. PewDiePie/Felix Kjellberg, has …

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Microsoft to finalize Windows 10 this week

Windows 10 is due out in just a few weeks time, so as you would expect, Microsoft is preparing to finalize its launch build ahead of time. According to sources close to the Windows 10 project, Microsoft is currently working on the final version of Windows 10, which will release …

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Apple Pay to arrive in the UK next week

Apple Pay is finally heading to the UK this month and now it looks like we may have an exact date thanks to leaks coming from UK retailers. Back when Apple Pay was first announced for the US last year similar leaks took place, with retail memos revealing the launch …

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We now know when Fallout Shelter should arrive on Android

A couple of weeks back at E3, Bethesda announced its new little mobile game, Fallout Shelter, whilst also showing off tons of new Fallout 4 footage. While Fallout Shelter is a neat little mobile time killer and has been received very well, it is currently limited to iOS users, leaving …

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Team Fortress 2 set to get major update

Team fortress 2 is set to get its first major update in quite some time, with new maps, challenges and guns soon to head to the game. This new update will consist of both free and premium content, there will also be a new campaign by the name of ‘Gun Mettle’, …

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Someone has managed to come across a SNES-CD prototype

Back in the day, when Nintendo dominated the console market and Sony was looking to break in to it, the two companies tried collaborating to manufacture the SNES-CD otherwise known as the PlayStation SNES. Unfortunately, the console never released but today, someone came across an old prototype of one. These prototypes …

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Android M might not come to the Nexus 4, 7 or 10

It looks like Google might end up leaving Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 users out with its new version of Android this year. Google officially discontinued the Nexus 4 along with the Nexus 7 and 10 tablets some time ago and despite their popularity, it looks like they …

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Tales of Symphonia HD is also coming to the PC

Update: Following the well received announcement that the PC platform would be getting its first ever Tales game in the form of Tales of Zestiria, Bandai Namco has also announced that one of the most popular games in the long-running JRPG series, Tales of Symphonia, will also be heading to the …

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Sony launches its own crowd-funding platform

Sony has launched its own crowd-funding platform, with the intention of financing the company’s own projects. The platform is called First Flight and is supposed to promote new business ideas in an effort to bring the company back in to profitability after a few years of bad financial performance. The …

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Apple to start replacing dying batteries quicker for iOS devices

Apple has gone ahead and updated its Apple Care extended warranty, allowing users to secure battery replacements for their devices faster than before. Previously, those with Apple Care could only get their batteries replaced should its overall health fall to 50 per cent, or fail completely. However, now Apple’s premium …

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Microsoft has started hyping up its Gamescom announcements

Microsoft’s E3 conference this year was packed with announcements, all of which were pretty well received but there were some notable  games missing from the conference, including Quantum Break, Crackdown 3 and Scalebound. However, Gamescom is just around the corner, with Microsoft promising even more announcements on the 4th of August. …

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