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Microsoft is officially acquiring the Wunderlist app

Earlier this week, we reported on Microsoft’s next potential acquisition, the popular app, Wunderlist. Now it seems that the move is official, with Wunderlist joining the ranks alongside Microsoft’s growing selection of other apps and services on multiple platforms. Wunderlist is one of the more successful ‘to-do’ apps on smartphones, …

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The internet just exploded with Fallout 4 hype

Well I suppose we should get in on the action. The internet just exploded with hype for Fallout 4, why? Well Bethesda has launched an official countdown timer, teasing an announcement heading our way tomorrow, two weeks ahead of the E3 reveal that everyone expected. Now we have seen Fallout …

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Apple’s Internet TV service may not make it to WWDC

It looks like Apple has struggled to get its upcoming Internet TV streaming service ready in time for its annual World Wide Developer Conference next week, on the 8th of June. Announcements expected to take place at the show include a new music streaming service, based on Beats Music, alongside …

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Hola speaks out on recent botnet accusations

Last week, it was revealed that one of the most popular VPN extensions for Google Chrome, Hola, had been caught out selling its user’s bandwidth via a separate company in order to allow attackers to send DDOS attacks to other sites or services. At the time, it was 8Chan that …

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Windows 10 pricing revealed

Windows 10 is in its final phase of development before officially launching on the 29th of July. While those who own a genuine Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 license will be able to upgrade to Windows 10 for free so long as they do it within the first year of …

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Microsoft might acquire the Wunderlist app for $100 million

It looks like Microsoft is looking to expand on its list of mobile apps as the company is apparently interested in acquiring the Wunderlist app from German mobile firm, 6Wunderkinder GmbH. If true, then Wunderlist will become one of the many apps and services Microsoft is bringing to iOS and …

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$200,000 Apple 1 computer found in the trash

The machine that kicked everything off for Apple, the Apple 1, is now considered a collector’s item. The computer has left its mark on history and the remaining few in the world are worth quite a bit of money, around $200,000 to be exact. So as you would expect, employees …

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XCOM 2 is heading to PC this year

A surprise game announcement landed on our doorstep this week. It looks like XCOM 2 is in the works and will be launching on the PC with procedural maps and mod support this November. XCOM 2 will be a sequel to the previously released, highly praised strategy title, XCOM: Enemy …

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Nintendo might use Android on its next console

Nintendo might be the first major platform holder to make a gaming console based on Android, if new rumors are to be believed. This would be a big departure from Nintendo’s previous strategy, which often involves closing everything down with a proprietary operating system and region locks on software. According …

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IBM is now offering employees Macs for the first time

IBM has begun offering its employees the choice between Mac OS X and the traditional Windows PC for the first time, following a deal with Apple that came around last year in an effort to push iOS in to the enterprise market. Now when setting up a new employee workstation, …

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Cortana to hit Android in June, iOS later in the year

Earlier this week, Microsoft detailed its new method for syncing up Windows 10 with Microsoft’s other apps on iOS and Android. This includes bringing the Cortana digital assistant to Google and Apple’s respective platforms this year. At the time, a release date was not touched upon but it looks like …

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Gearbox dropped from Aliens: Colonial Marines lawsuit

The lawsuit against Sega and Gearbox over false advertisement claims with Aliens: Colonial Marines has been on-going for quite some time now. However, it looks like Gearbox is about to get off the hook as court documents reveal that the studio has been dropped from the lawsuit entirely. The case …

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5000 members of the public to be invited to E3 this year

E3 is about two weeks away, meaning all of the major publishers and studios are gearing up for their round of announcements for the months ahead. However, the trade show has traditionally been an industry-centric event, with press and industry insiders in attendance. However, that could change a bit this …

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It looks like Android M will be called ‘Milkshake’

Google I/O kicked off this week, revealing Google’s next version of Android, currently known as ‘Android M’, along with all of its new features for developers to make use of. However, what exactly the M stood for was not announced, I was personally rooting for Muffin but it looks like …

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Windows 10 on track to launch in July

It looks like Microsoft is marching towards the final stretch of the Windows 10 technical preview as according to sources close to Microsoft’s plans, the new operating system is on track to launch for PCs in July. This isn’t the first time that we have heard this potential release date …

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New Xbox One controller image leaks

Update: Just a few days ago we got word of a new Xbox One controller, for announcement at E3, likely alongside some new Xbox One bundles for the holiday season this year. While before we only got a small look at an instruction manual image of the controller, we now …

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Steam summer sale might just be weeks away

It is that time of year again to prepare your wallets for the Steam summer sale, which is apparently just under two weeks away. According to an official Valve post on the Russian social network, VKonatakte, the Steam summer sale will kick off on the 11th of June and will …

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Android TV will get 4K Netflix support

Android TV, Google’s own made smart TV operating system was announced at Google I/O last year, however, the bulk of its support is yet to come, with Netflix now on-board, supporting the platform with 4K content. Right now, 4K Netflix streaming is limited to a select list of 4K TVs …

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