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Sony to show off Project Morpheus at GDC

Sony apparently has a four-hour long Project Morpheus event planned for the Games Developers Conference next month. The PlayStation VR headset will be shown off in detail on the 3rd of March, Sony will also be going over its future plans for virtual reality. It is likely that the headset …

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Report suggests that PS4 will outsell Xbox One 40% by 2019

A new report from Strategy Analytics claims that the PlayStation 4 will maintain its strong lead over the Xbox One, outselling Microsoft’s console by 40 per cent by 2019. The results of the study were released this week, predicting sales figures for both consoles over the next four years. According …

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Samsung buys LoopPay to compete with Apple Pay

Samsung has acquired LoopPay, a Kickstarted mobile wallet provider that allows payments to take place on existing magnetic strip readers. This will help Samsung compete against Apple’s new Apple Pay service, which has taken off in the US and is due to expand to other territories this year. Speculation about …

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Dell starts accepting bitcoin payments in UK

Dell has announced that it plans to start accepting bitcoins as a form of payment in the UK, following a successful trial of the digital currency over in the US. Dell initially began accepting crypto-currency as a form of payment in July last year but it was a US only …

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The Pebble Smartwatch can now run Android Wear apps

The Pebble is about to get a bit more exciting, it has a long battery life, its affordable and now its compatible with apps built for Google’s own wearable operating system, Android Wear. Compatibility comes via the latest update to the Pebble App on the Google Play Store. Version 2.3 …

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You can now save files directly to Dropbox in iOS

iOS users can now save photos and files directly to the cloud storage service, Dropbox, thanks to a new update. The feature was originally shown in the iOS 8 Beta last year but is now fully integrated, allowing third-party apps to work with Apple’s own sharing system. Dropbox is one …

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More rumors suggest that Touch ID could come to Macbooks

This week we have new rumors pointing towards the future of Touch ID and Apple’s Macbook line. According to evidence from Apple Supply Chain sources, Touch ID functionality could be coming to this year’s round of Macbooks, extending the technology beyond the iPhones and iPads. An unofficial Apple blog site based …

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First UK eSports arena opens in London next month

eSports has become a big deal over in Asia and North America with thousands of people attending pro-gaming events throughout the year and now, the UK is joining the ranks with the first UK eSports arena opening up in London next month. In March, the Gfinity Arena will open up, …

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The New Nintendo 3DS sold 335,000 units in first week

Nintendo’s new 3DS seems to be off to a good star, having sold around 335,000 units since its launch last week in Europe and North America. Two big contributing factors would be the launches of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask and Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate. The information comes from …

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Zenimax wants Fortress Fallout dev to change name

Zenimax, parent company of Bethesda, has gone ahead and sent a cease and desist letter to the developer of mobile game, Fortress Fallout, demanding that the game stop using the word ‘Fallout’ in its name. Xreal, the studio behind the small mobile game will no longer be able to use …

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Sony says The Last Guardian still in development

Update: Following yesterday’s story that Sony has abandoned the trademark for The Last Guardian, Sony has commented, saying that the game is in-fact still in development and the abandoned trademark listing was just an administrative error at PlayStation America. Original story: Sony unveiled The Last Guardian a number of years …

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Samsung teasing big things for wireless charging this year

Samsung has had a special team focusing on developing wireless charging technology for around 15 years now and apparently this year is going to be huge for advancements in the field, according to the company. Over the last few years, Samsung has been showing its commitment to wireless charging tech …

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Sony to launch smartglasses in March

A few weeks have passed since Google took Google Glass development back behind closed doors but the wearable’s failure to truly take off hasn’t deterred Sony from launching its own pair of smart glasses, which will arrive on the 10th of March. The SmartEyeGlass as its called will launch in …

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Xbox One ultimate game sale is live

Microsoft has launched the ultimate game sale on Xbox Live, bringing discounts on many Xbox One and Xbox 360 titles, giving Xbox gamers the chance to save up to 85 per cent on some games. Those who have an Xbox Live Gold subscription will get an extra 10 per cent …

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