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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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Adblock Plus wins court battle against advertisers

Adblock Plus has heavily impacted advertisement revenue on the internet and as you can imagine, this has riled some of the advertisers up. However, it looks like the courts are on Adblock’s side as the creator of the software has won a second court battle in recent weeks. This particular …

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Microsoft is going to be launching a new Xbox One controller

It looks like Microsoft has a new Xbox One controller planned for launch next month following its E3 press conference. The design is mostly the same, except for one fundamental difference, the controller will finally have a proper headset port, rather than Microsoft’s proprietary connector. Up until now, the Xbox …

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Apple Watch SDK to allow devs to build native apps

Right now, the Apple Watch is fairly useless without an iPhone to pair it to, this is because none of the apps are actually running natively but rather borrowing power from your phone and sending that information back to the watch via Bluetooth. However, this will change soon as Apple …

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Microsoft apps to come installed on LG and Sony tablets

Microsoft is continuing to make deals with smart device manufacturers in order to get its own applications pre-installed on devices. The company recently signed up with Samsung, meaning that Galaxy S6 devices sold in certain territories will come with Microsoft apps like Skype or Office  pre-installed. Now Microsoft has expanded …

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You can now grab Telltale games DRM-free on GOG

Telltale Games is the latest studio to begin supporting GOG and its DRM-free initiative. Kicking things off with Telltale’s Game of Thrones series, which is now available via GOG and playable via the newly launched GOG Galaxy client. The publisher’s other popular titles are expected to appear on the store …

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iOS Messages bug causing iPhones to crash

It looks iPhone users have a new bug to deal with, this time found in the Messages app. It turns out that the app will continuously crash if a certain text is received and if the text arrives while an iPhone is on the lock screen, it will cause the …

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OnePlus 2 to be revealed on the 1st of June

It looks like we might be seeing the next OnePlus phone much sooner than we expected as currently a 1st of June reveal date is floating around. The original OnePlus One was initially announced in April last year and was then released the same day, although purchases were bound by …

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BlackBerry cutting staff following buyout rumors

BlackBerry has fallen pretty far since its glory days several years ago. However, the company’s brand, along with its thousands of patents, are still worth a fair chunk of cash, which is why we’ve been hearing about several big tech firms looking in to acquiring the company. Microsoft, Apple and …

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Battlefield Hardline’s first DLC now has a trailer

Update: Battlefield Hardline’s first DLC pack, known as ‘Criminal Activity’ now has a new 60 frames per second trailer, teasing the new maps that we can expect to see in the game’s first expansion. In addition, the trailer’s description reveals that those who bought Battlefield Premium will be getting two …

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Cortana is officially heading to iOS and Android

Microsoft has finally revealed that Cortana will be heading over to iOS and Android in addition to Windows Phone this year. The Halo inspired virtual assistant was first announced last year and was later implemented in to the Windows 10 operating system. This is part of Microsoft’s device and services …

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