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EA nearing game streaming deal with Comcast

EA is reportedly working out a game streaming deal with Comcast, the deal would allow EA to stream games on the American cable provider’s X1 operating system. This move would also expand EA’s customer base significantly as the publisher would be able to reach all of Comcast’s 22 million customers. …

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Neversoft is merging with Infinity Ward

Activision is doing some internal reshuffling this week as the publisher has announced plans to shut down NeverSoft Studios in order to merge its current staff with Infinity Ward, Activision is referring to the now larger Call of Duty developer as a ‘super studio’. The news was announced through a …

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Microsoft fixes IE security flaw- even on XP

Earlier this week we reported on an Internet Explorer bug that could potentially hurt Windows XP users since the decade old OS was no longer supported. However, Microsoft decided that it wouldn’t be a good idea to leave its XP users at risk and fixed the bug. Microsoft announced the …

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Evolve community manager fired over controversial tweet

Turtle Rock, the developer behind the upcoming game, Evolve, has fired its Community Manager over a controversial tweet backing LA Clippers owner, Donald Sterling, who was banned from the NBA for life after a recording of him being racist in his own home leaked. Sterling had told his girlfriend not to …

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Nintendo rumoured to be showing off new hardware at E3

Nintendo might be showing off some new hardware sooner than we thought, rumours are circulating from multiple sources close to Nintendo claiming that the company plans to show off a Wii U successor at E3 this year. This coincides with a patent Nintendo just filed for a handheld device with …

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ZeniMax wants to sue Oculus

Oculus and Facebook may be facing a legal challenge as John Carmack’s former employer, Zenimax, claims that the famed programmer stole the company’s intellectual property when he left to work for Oculus. Zenimax’s claim is on a prototype that Carmack built long before the Oculus Kickstarter campaign, it was a …

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Steam in-home streaming enters open beta

Steam in-home streaming has been around for about six months now and is set to be one of the main selling points for Valve’s upcoming Steam Machines. Up to this point, in-home streaming has been in closed beta but now the flood gates have opened and anyone who opts-in the …

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Google Glass only costs around $80 to make

Google Glass has been on sale for a while now but only to those who Google had previously been invited in to the explorers program, the wearable costs $1500 and just recently went on sale to the general public in the US. $1500 is a lot of money but it …

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Hackers to release Bitcoin laundering app

Bitcoin has shot up in popularity through recent years, so much so that the idea of digital currency almost seems normal, with many online stores beginning to accept bitcoins as payment. However, this also means that governments around the world are moving to try and regulate the currency and some …

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Japan is getting a new Left 4 Dead game

There is an new Left 4 Dead coming but it’s not the numbered sequel we were hoping for, it’s not going to be available world wide either. Valve has teamed up with Japanese arcade company, Taito, to bring Left 4 Dead: Survivors, to Japanese arcades. The game was code named …

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LG G3 expected to be revealed May 27th

It’s that time of year where all of the top Android handset competitors are releasing new flagship devices, We just recently had the HTC One M8, the Galaxy S5 and now LG is jumping in to the arena with the G3, which is expected to be announced on the 27th …

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