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15 million people have pre-ordered the Samsung Galaxy S6

The Samsung Galaxy S6 is apparently breaking records already as 15 million people have pre-ordered the latest flagship device, according to new reports. An additional five million have gone for the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, featuring a display with curves on both sides. This news came from an executive from …

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Apple announces new 12 inch Macbook with Retina display

Apple has officially announced the 12 inch Macbook Air with Retina display, proving some of the key early rumors true. The new Macbook is the lightest of the lot, weighing in at just 2lb and measuring in at just 13.1mm at its thickest point. As previously speculated, the new Macbook …

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Google might be working on a VR version of Android

Android may soon be hitting virtual reality headsets as Google has apparently tasked a group of engineers with developing a version of the operating system that can power virtual reality applications. The team currently consists of ‘tens of engineers’, according to the Wall Street Journal report. The report cites two …

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Apple wants to make it easier for schools to use iPads

The current system used to download and install apps on iOS doesn’t really work well with schools. IT admins are currently needed to generate and manage hundreds of separate. unique Apple IDs in order to use iPads in schools for educational purposes. However, Apple is looking to change its current …

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20GB patch brings justice system to ESO

The Elder Scrolls Online just received its biggest patch yet, measuring in at 20GB. Patch six prepares the game for its upcoming change in business model and also adds in a few new systems, including the long-awaited Justice system. The gameplay has been rebalanced to the extent that all skill …

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Three scammers charged with stealing 1 billion email addresses

The Department of Justice over in the US has announced charges against three individuals over the theft of more than 1 billion email addresses over a three-year period. According to the indictment, Vietnamese citizen, Viet Quoc Nguyan, broke in to eight different email providers, harvesting a ton of personal information. …

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12 Inch Macbook Air Retina could ship in Q2

Apple’s long rumored Retina display 12-inch Macbook Air could finally arrive during the second quarter. Apparently manufacturers are currently gearing up to ship Apple’s latest laptop, although large quantities won’t be available until some time between April and June, according to sources speaking with The Wall Street Journal. The Macbook …

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The next Hearthstone adventure has been announced

Earlier this week we saw evidence pointing towards the next Hearthstone Adventure mode expansion. Now, the rumors have been confirmed as Blizzard has announced the Blackrock Mountain adventure mode, which will launch next month in April. Blizzard hasn’t revealed many specifics but one of the new bosses for this mode …

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Samsung is releasing a curved all-in-one PC

Samsung is launching its first curved all-in-one PC later this month on the 8th of March. Samsung originally showed off its latest creation at CES in January, featuring a 27 inch curved display with a curvature of 4000R. The Ativ One 7 is going to come at a price though. …

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uTorrent update secretly installs Bitcoin miner

uTorrent has been caught secretly bundling and installing a Bitcoin miner with its latest client update. The latest update has been found to secretly install EpicScale without user permission, which uses a certain amount of CPU power to mine Bitcoin in the background. Since the program comes automatically as part …

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Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge price revealed by UK retailer

A UK retailer has revealed the price for Samsung’s latest set of flagship devices, the Galaxy S6 and the slightly more ambitious Galaxy S6 Edge. The devices were revealed last week but until now, there had been no pricing confirmation ahead of its April release date. Neither of Samsung’s latest …

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OnePlus 2 to feature a more premium design

Apparently we can expect the follow-up to the OnePlus One (which we assume will be called the OnePlus 2), to feature a more premium design when it launches later this year, following on from Samsung, which recently ditched plastic in favor of metal and glass. According to Business Insider, the Chinese …

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Valve updates Steam with list of upcoming hardware

Valve has updated its Steam Universe page with a list of hardware all due to launch later this year, kicking off the company’s assault on living room gaming. The Steam Universe page originally launched towards the end of 2013, when Valve announced the Steam Machines, controller and OS. On the …

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The Huawei smartwatch could cost as much as $1000

Huawei announced its own entry in to the smartwatch arena earlier this week, showing off a sleek design, circular watch face and Android Wear integration. Unfortunately though, all of this could come at a serious price as the watch may go for as much as $1000 once released. The device …

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Rock Band 4 is officially happening

Rock Band 4 has officially been announced for release on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 later this year. The latest addition to the series has been hinted at for a little while now as Harmonix began pushing out new DLC for Rock Band 3. The new title will support …

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Cross-buy and universal apps coming to Xbox One and PC

Microsoft had another presentation today, this time at the Game Developers Conference, revealing some more on its plans for the future of Xbox and PC gaming. One of the bigger announcements to come out was cross-buy support for Xbox One and Windows 10 PC titles. Phil Spencer took to the …

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Nvidia Titan X announced at GDC

Nvidia has announced the Titan X graphics card at the Game Developers Conference today. Nvidia CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang made a surprise appearance at one of the presentations, showing off the company’s most advanced single graphics card yet, with 12GB of VRAM and eight billion transistors on board. The company just …

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HTC apologizes for teasing Half-Life 3

HTC has apologized after teasing a new Half-Life game for the company’s upcoming virtual reality headset, ‘The Vive’, which was developed in collaboration with Valve. The drama all kicked off yesterday when HTC Chairwoman, Cher Wang, suggested that a new Half-Life game was on the way in an interview with …

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