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EVLeaks is retiring from mobile leaks

After a very successful two year stint providing the Internet with reliable leaks of mobile devices and ruining launch event surprises, EVLeaks, AKA Evan Blass, is retiring from his Twitter handle and will no longer be leaking upcoming smartphone or tablet information. Blass earned quite the reputation thanks to the …

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Apotop launches new S3C SSD range

Apotop, the Taiwanese creator of peripherals and creative gadgets is entering the Solid State Drive market with its new range of S3C drives. All S3C Sata III drives come equipped with the SM2246 controller Synchronous NAND Flash. These drives will be available in 64GB, 128GB, 256GB and 512GB variants and …

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The Stomping Land developer breaks silence

It turns out that Early Access title and Kickstarter success, The Stomping Land, is not dead- it’s just switching to a new engine. After months of silence, the developer behind the game has finally spoke out to combat recent rumors suggesting that the game had been abandoned. The developer behind …

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Sony is giving up on Playstation for Android

Sony has announced that it is officially giving up on Playstation for Android, the cross-platform Vita and Android indie gaming publishing scheme will no longer be supported in newer versions of Google’s mobile operating system. The service will still run on older Sony certified devices. However, Sony can’t guarantee that …

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Evolve has been delayed until 2015

We’ve got one less game to look forward to this October as Take-Two Interactive has revealed that Evolve, the highly anticipated co-op shooter has been delayed until 2015 despite being advertised as the game that would define the next gen consoles in 2014 just a few short weeks ago. Instead of launching on …

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Samsung resumes business with Chinese supplier found employing children

Samsung is resuming business with a Chinese supplier that was found to be employing underage workers. The Korean phone maker originally suspended all business with Dongguan Shinyang Electronics after children were found working at the factory. However, further investigation has revealed that the under age workers weren’t hired by Dongguan Shinyang Electronics …

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Resident Evil 1 is getting a HD remake

Capcom has announced that it is remaking its 1996 survival horror classic, Resident Evil, for the PC, Xbox One, PS4, PS3 and Xbox 360,  bringing the game back for a new generation of fans to enjoy. From what we’ve seen so far, the in-game assets seem to be based on …

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Paypal ignores two factor authentication bypass bug

Back in June, security researcher, Joshua Rogers,  discovered a bug in Paypal’s two factor authentication system, allowing it to be completely bypassed by logging in through a ‘special’ page. Despite Rogers reporting the bypass several times, the company has yet to patch it up or even acknowledge the problem and as a …

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AMD to release Radeon series Solid State Drives

AMD has announced that it will release a series of Solid State Drives under the Radeon R7 brand, these new ‘gaming focused’ drives are due to arrive later this year and will come in 120GB, 240GB and 480GB options. This marks AMD’s first move in to the storage space, having already …

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HGST reveals ‘world’s fastest SSD’

It looks like we have a new contender for the world’s fastest SSD as HGST just unveiled its new PCM solid state drive at the Flash Summit event in California. The new drive uses a completely brand new architecture when compared to current commercial models. The SSD uses a PCIe …

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Bioshock is coming to iOS

2K Games has announced that Bioshock will be making its way to iOS devices later this year. The game will have controller support for those of you who own an iOS game controller such as the Razer Junglecat. The mobile port was created by 2K China, the same development team …

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Nvidia rumored to reveal GTX 880 next month

Recent rumors are all pointing towards a GTX 880 reveal before the end of the year but it could happen sooner than you think as Nvidia is apparently planning a press event for next month, at which the company will reveal its Maxwell architecture and new flagship graphics card. However, …

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Sony announces quarterly profit

Sony’s financial state hasn’t been too good recently. However, it looks like things are starting to turn around as the company is kicking off its fiscal year with a profit, which is in large part due to positive PS4 sales. During the April-June quarter, Sony shipped 3.5 million PS3 and …

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Ubisoft teases new city for Watch Dogs

It looks like Watch Dogs is set to get a new playable city as Ubisoft is teasing some upcoming DLC on Twitter. The Watch Dogs Twitter account sent out a picture saying “The City of Camden had the highest crime rate in the US in 2012. A 24/7 surveillance program …

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Silent Power reveal copper foam cooled PC prototype

Silent Power has just released the first images of its upcoming, crowd funded project- a completely silent “high end” PC cooled solely by copper foam. The PC is tiny, coming in at 16x10x7cm and features an Intel Core i7 CPU and an Nvidia GTX 760 desktop class graphics card. The Silent Power …

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Playstation Now entering open beta

Playstation Now will be entering open beta later today in the US but Sony wants to remind users that all current prices are not set in stone yet and could change upon receiving feedback. When the closed beta first launched, Sony faced a lot of criticism over its streaming service’s overly …

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4.6 million people played the Destiny beta

Activision has revealed that over 4.6 million people took part in the beta test for Destiny between the 17th and 27th of July. The beta was initially closed off as a pre-order incentive. However, Bungie later decided to open it up to all Xbox and Playstation owners on the 23rd …

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Amazon spells out why e-book prices should be lower

Amazon has officially explained its reasoning behind trying to lower e-book prices, claiming that lower prices will end up being more beneficial to publishers, authors and retailers. In an update on its Forum, the Amazon Book store team said: “Many e-books are being released at $14.99 and even $19.99. That …

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EA Access isn’t good value according to Sony

If you’re a Playstation owner hoping to see EA’s new subscription service arrive on the platform then you’re going to be disappointed as Sony is claiming that EA Access doesn’t deliver the value Playstation customers have come to expect. Sony officially passed on the service a company spokesperson told Game …

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Borderlands update paves way for Steamworks

Borderlands is the latest title to be saved from the Gamespy shutdown as a new update removes the title’s SecuROM DRM and paves the way for Steam Works integration. Right now Borderlands is a multiplayer-less game but co-op will soon be making a return for those who still play. The …

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Apple quietly refreshes Retina Macbook Pro lineup

Earlier today the Apple Store went down for a few minutes, which is usually a telltale sign that the company is about to update a product lineup. Once the Apple Store came back online we were greeted with upgraded Retina Macbook Pro’s featuring updated Intel CPU’s and more RAM. The …

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