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iOS App Store suffers first major attack

Apple is cleaning up the iOS App Store, following its first major malware attack. The attack embedded a program called XcodeGhost in to legitimate apps on the store, once several cyber security firms caught on, Apple let it be known that the company is working on clearing it all up …

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Mass Effect’s lead writer returns to Bioware

The lead writer for Mass Effect has returned to Bioware after a three-year absence. Drew Karpyshyn joined the studio back in 2010 to work on Mass Effect 2, he was also previously involved in titles like Knights of the Old Republic and Jade Empire. The writer initially left Bioware three …

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All Rainbow Six Siege DLC maps will be free

It looks like some publishers are starting to catch on as Ubisoft has announced that all future maps for Rainbow Six Siege will be free, rather than packaged and sold as DLC map packs. We also know exactly how many maps will be available for the multiplayer game at launch. …

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Apple wins appeal in patent case against Samsung

Apple has won an appeal in its never-ending lawsuit against Samsung. The latest victory on Apple’s part could mean that Samsung will either have to make changes to or stop selling some of its older Galaxy smartphones and tablets. A US court of appeals made the ruling on Thursday and …

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iOS 9 has already been installed on 20% of iOS devices

Apple started rolling out iOS 9 to iPhone and iPad users less than 48 hours ago but already around 20 per cent of users have already installed the upgrade. By comparison, 21 per cent of Android device owners are running Android Lollipop, which began rolling out almost a year ago. …

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Google doesn’t want to become a car manufacturer

Google has been working on its own self-driving car for quite some time now. In-fact, the vehicles recently made it out in to the public for testing. However, despite all of this effort that the company is putting in to its own self-driving car, Google doesn’t actually want to make …

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Persona 5 delayed until 2016

Persona 5 has been delayed until the summer of next year, according to a new trailer for the game that launched today. The game will now hit the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in 2016, though publisher, Atlus, originally expected the game to release before the end of this year. …

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PlayStation VR will have 120Hz and 90Hz display modes

Sony recently changed the name for Project Morpheus, the comany’s upcoming virtual reality headset for use with the PS4. The headset is now known as PlayStation VR and the final specs have been officially nailed down. Now, Sony has confirmed that the headset will feature 90Hz and 120Hz display modes …

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Sony’s 4K smartphone won’t actually display much at 4K

A few weeks back, we learned that Sony is launching the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium this year, the first smartphone on the market to feature a 4K display. However, it turns out that the display may rarely actually display things at that resolution. Sony has confirmed that the phone will …

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Apple has released its ‘Move to iOS’ app on Android

Apple didn’t just launch iOS 9 last night, but it also launched its recently announced tool to help Android users switch over to an iPhone. ‘Move to iOS’ is Apple’s first Android app and it does exactly what the name suggests, it helps Android users move their pictures, contacts, bookmarks, …

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MSI and Corsair team up to launch GTX 980TI Sea Hawk

MSI and Corsair have teamed up to launch the GTX 980Ti Sea Hawk, combining the best of air and liquid cooling. The new GPU was officially announced at the Tokyo Game Show this week, combining MSI’s expertise in graphics cards with Corsair’s highly rated closed loop liquid coolers. The GTX …

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Apple delays Watch OS 2 after discovering bug

Apple was all set to launch Watch OS 2 and iOS 9 in just under two hours time. However, it seems that Apple Watch owners will now need to wait a bit longer for their upgrade as Apple has discovered a critical bug with its smart watch software at the …

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Apple may eventually let you delete the default apps on iOS

Apple may finally let you delete the pre-installed apps that come with iOS devices at some point in the future. According to the company’s CEO, Tim Cook, Apple is currently “looking at” letting iPhone and iPad buyers remove the stock apps, which include things like Tips, Stocks, Compass, Podcasts and …

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Valve has finally updated the hitboxes in CS:GO

One of the biggest gripes players have had with Counter-Strike: Global Offensive up to now has been the hitboxes. The problem was made really apparent a few months back when someone made a gif of a crouched player being shot repeatedly at point-blank range and yet, taking no damage. At …

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Sony is closing down its EU online store

Sony has announced that it is shutting down its online store for Europe. From now on, Sony will only be selling its goods through its retail partners within the EU, likely in further effort to cut costs due to the company’s poor financial state at the moment. The company confirmed …

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