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MSI showcases its 2014 line up at CES

This year’s Consumer Electronics Show kicked off today and it looks like the folks over at MSI are off to a flying start as they have begun showcasing the company’s 2014 line up of high performance Gaming Laptops, Workstations, All-in-Ones, Tablets and PC components. At the MGM Skyline Marquee Suites, you’ll …

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Nvidia announces ecosystem of Game-Stream certified products

Nvidia has been pushing its Game-Stream technology recently, the service originally launched on the Nvidia Shield handheld late last year and was arguably its biggest feature, but now it seems that the graphics chip maker is looking to expand as it has just announced its partnership with several other companies …

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Fox TV sued Simpsons linker for $10 million

A few weeks ago we published a story going over a lawsuit against an Ex-Admin of the torrent site, Swebits. That Ex-Admin was being fined over half a million dollars in damages for uploading one movie but that’s nothing compared to what this guy’s got coming to him. An un-named …

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Syrian Electronic Army hacks Skype’s Twitter

The Syrian Electronic Army has hacked in to the official Skype Twitter account to accuse Microsoft of selling user data to governments around the world. The first in a series of tweets reads: “Don’t use Microsoft emails (hotmail, outlook). They are monitoring your accounts and selling the data to the …

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Round one of the console wars officially goes to Sony

Gaming on a budget involves a couple of pretty important decisions, the first decision you’re going to have to make is usually which platform your going to dedicate your money to and while PC gaming has grown, consoles still remain the more popular choice for mainstream buyers. While both the …

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Deadpool delisted from digital outlets

If you’re at all interested in playing the Deadpool game, which was released mid 2013, then you might want to do it soon as the game is mysteriously disappearing from digital stores without explanation or warning. Deadpool the game was developed by High Moon Studios and published by Activision, the …

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Devil’s Third is on track for release in 2014

Dead or Alive creator, Tomonobu Itagaki, along with Valhalla Game Studios, have been working on an all new action game titled ‘Devil’s Third’ for some time now. Originally THQ was signed on to publish but as we all know, THQ is no longer with us, since then there has been little …

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Netflix introduces cheaper streaming plan

Netflix has started offering a cheaper streaming plan option in North America, the new plan will come in at $6.99, which is just one dollar short of the regular $7.99 option, so what’s the catch? The cheaper plan comes with two restrictions: The cheap plan will only allow users to …

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Ben Heck creates one handed Xbox One controller

Console Modder, Ben Heck, has took it upon himself to create a single handed accessibility mod for the Xbox One controller to help disabled gamers. The controller mod was created in conjunction with Newark Element14, which revealed the new controller in a teaser for the next episode of The Ben …

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China bans Battlefield 4

Some bad news came down the pipeline over the weekend as Battlefield 4 has been officially banned in China and as you might know, a Chinese ban is pretty strict. Not only can the game not be sold but the Chinese Ministry of Culture has issued a notice prohibiting the …

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Intel hires 16 year old for new devices group

Last year Joey Hurdy, a 15 year old kid with autism, went to a science fair at the White House where he met the President and demonstrated his home made Marshmallow cannon for him. Since shooting Marshmallows around the White House, Joey has been keeping himself busy by going on …

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Notch debunks Minecraft Wii U rumour

The rumour had a good run but it’s over now, Notch has officially debunked the Minecraft Wii U rumour although, he does agree that the game would be a good fit for the console. A Wii U version isn’t completely off the cards forever but right now Notch and the Minecraft …

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Crowdfunding launched for Blizzard dev with Cancer

A crowd funding campaign has been launched to help support Ron Nakada, a senior software engineer at Blizzard with Stage 4 colon cancer whose short term disability insurance recently ended. Nakada was diagnosed six months ago which was early in to his first year of marriage, since the diagnosis he has …

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Apple is in trouble in Taiwan over iPhone prices

Apple has been fined 20 million New Taiwan Dollars after the country’s Fair Trade Commission found that the company was illegally interfering with price plans on phone networks. The commission found out through a series of emails that the country’s three biggest phone networks, Chunghwa Telecom Co, Far Eastone Telecommunication Co …

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$12,000 worth of Dogecoin stolen over Christmas

If you’ve been following digital currencies recently then you might have heard of Dogecoin, it started off as a joke currency which takes its name from the ‘doge’ meme but it has started to pick up some steam recently. The currency is only worth a fraction of what Bitcoin is …

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Twitter co-founder joins Disney’s Board of Directors

Twitter Co-founder, Jack Dorsey, has just taken over from Judith L. Estrin, former Chief Technology Officer of Cisco Systems, on Disney’s board of Directors. Estrin had to move aside as she had already served the maximum 15 years allowed on the board. Disney announced its latest board member at a press …

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Blackberry cancels its conference and two phones

Things haven’t been looking good over at Blackberry for a while now and the company might not be able to bounce back at all this time. The phone maker has not only cancelled its yearly conference but it has also pulled the plug on two phones it had in development …

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CyanogenMod hits 10 million users mark

CyanogenMod has just surpassed the 10 million user mark, further proving that Android users want the barebones operating system, free of ugly skins coupled with fast updates. The custom rom has certainly set itself out from the crowd too, with its over the air updates as well nightly and stable …

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Apparently Apple has some ‘big plans’ for 2014

Tim Cook has hinted at Apple’s big plans for 2014 in a letter to employees, the letter also praised the ‘innovation’ that went in to the new Mac Pro, IOS 7 as well as the iPhone 5s. buy a essay online Employees have revealed the email to 9to5Mac and it …

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