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Google Glass may extend in to a product family

Google Glass may not be being developed out in the open anymore but that doesn’t mean we aren’t learning anything new about Google’s plans for the wearable. A new report is suggesting that Glass will extend in to a range of products, rather than just being the one wearable. The …

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Konami to focus on mobile gaming from now on

There has been a lot of drama surrounding Konami recently. First it appeared that the studio had fallen out with Hideo Kojima, removing his name from all Metal Gear Solid V branding. A few weeks later, the company purged the PT demo from the PlayStation store. Now Konami has confirmed …

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Nvidia Game Ready driver launched for The Witcher 3

CD Projekt Red’s latest masterpiece, The Witcher 3, finally launches at midnight here in the UK. If you are playing it on the PC, then now is a good time to update your GPU drivers, Nvidia has gone ahead and prepared a ‘Game Ready’ driver for The Witcher 3. This …

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Bethesda teases DOOM with new footage

It looks like we can expect DOOM to be shown off at Bethesda’s E3 press conference next month, as the publisher has begun teasing the game with a little bit of new footage. So far, the new DOOM title has not been shown to the public, aside for a private …

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Microsoft clarifies its stance on Windows 10 piracy

There has been quite a bit of confusion surrounding Microsoft’s stance on piracy with Windows 10. Earlier this year reports suggested that Microsoft would be allowing pirates to upgrade to Windows 10 for free and many assumed that the license would be genuine and grant access to regular updates. However, …

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Google working to fix Chrome high RAM usage

Chances are, if you use Google Chrome, you have noticed just how much RAM the browser tends to eat up. Well, Google’s development team is also aware of this and is now working on a fix, which will hopefully make Chrome use up fewer resources. Currently Chrome creates a new …

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Iron Man themed Galaxy S6 Edge to be released

It looks like Samsung has teamed up with Marvel to launch a limited edition Iron Man themed Galaxy S6 Edge. Renders of the phone originally leaked a short while ago but everything seems to be official now. Samsung teased the limited edition phone on its Twitter account, noting that the …

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LG set to launch its first Windows Phone in years

LG has been avoiding the Windows Phone market for a while now but it looks like the hiatus is coming to an end as the company is set to launch its first Windows smartphone in five years. It’s called the LG Lancet, featuring fairly low specifications. The phone will be …

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The Apple Watch is an easy sell for thieves

These days, stealing somebody’s iPhone and selling it off isn’t an easy task, which is largely thanks to the Find My iPhone feature installed on the device. However, the Apple Watch is a different story as the highly sought after smart watch is surprisingly easy for thieves to sell off. …

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Keylogger discovered in two GTA V mods

It looks like two mods for Grand Theft Auto V have malware rooted in them. If you have been using either the ‘No Clip’ or the ‘Angry Planes’ modifications, then you may want to remove them and run a virus scan as both were found to have keyloggers within them. The …

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Gears of War Remastered footage leaks

It looks like there is some weight to the Gears of War Remastered rumours flying around at the moment as some video footage has leaked, apparently showing off the game. Gameplay videos were first found on XboxDVR, a site that collects videos recorded with the Xbox One’s in-built DVR feature. …

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Japanese man arrested for selling hacked video game characters

A thirty year old Japanese man has been arrested for selling a hacked video game character. Akihide Yamamoto was caught selling cheats to online shooter, ‘Alliance of Valiant Arms’, which is in violation of Japan’s unfair competition prevention laws. According to Japanese newspaper, Yomiuri Shimbun (Via: Kotaku), Yamamoto is said …

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Blizzard bans World of Warcraft bot users

Blizzard has gone ahead and dropped the ban hammer, wiping out thousands of bot using World of Warcraft accounts in one swoop. Those found to be using the popular HonorBuddy system were faced with six month bans from the game. HonorBuddy was a popular bot system that claims to have …

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Apple Music streaming service to feature social network for artists

Apple’s re-branded Beats Music streaming service is still expected to be revealed next month at the World Wide Developers Conference, despite difficulty during negotiations. As the reveal gets closer, we have been learning even more information, pointing towards new features Apple may have cooked up. According to 9to5Mac, which has …

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Cyber Power UK launches Fang Trinity PCs

If you followed CES earlier this year then you may have come across Cyber Power’s new line of Fang Trinity systems. At the time, the pre-built systems were voted ‘Best of CES’ by several media outlets and now, they are finally ready to be shipped out. The first thing you …

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Latest version of Firefox comes with DRM

Mozilla has launched Firefox version 38, bring digital rights management to the web browser for the first time. This change currently only affects Windows Vista or later users and has not yet been brought over to the Linux or Mac OS X versions of the browser. Mozilla has managed to …

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Wildstar might land on Steam as F2P title

It looks like Wildstar might be heading to Steam as a free to play MMO, if a recent Steam Database update is anything to go by. If you have been following any of the MMOs that launched last year, then you are probably aware of Wildstar’s troubles. The subscription based …

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Rumors point towards Apple buying BlackBerry

This week the rumor mill is churning out something a little different. Apparently, Apple might be interested in acquiring BlackBerry in an effort to gain even more traction in the enterprise market. These rumors have sent shares in BlackBerry soaring. The Canadian phone company has been struggling in the smartphone …

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