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Microsoft’s project Spark enters open beta

Project Spark, Microsoft’s ‘game within a game’ creation software has finally entered open beta on the Xbox One after a month of closed testing on the console, Developer, Team Dakota has announced. The PC version on the other hand is still stuck in closed beta, despite people receiving invites since December. …

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Amazon’s rumoured console could stream PC games

There have been rumours of an Amazon console/streaming device for a while now and as time goes by, signs pointing towards the retailer entering the gaming industry become more obvious. So far we’ve seen a leak for what is probably the console’s gamepad and now website TechCrunch has cited sources claiming …

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Three kills off unlimited tethering

Mobile Network, Three, has just recently upgraded its customers to 4G for free and up until now, there didn’t appear to be any drawbacks to the deal. However, now the network has decided to pull unlimited tethering from its current tariffs, which was a key benefit to the popular ‘One …

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8GB iPhone 5C may launch tomorrow

According to leaked documents from O2 Germany, Apple is set to launch an 8GB iPhone 5C tomorrow in an attempt to boost the devices poor sales. However, it might not actually do any good as the 8GB model is tipped to sell for just £60 less than the 16GB model- …

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Google Chromecast set to launch in the UK

In July of last year, Google revealed the Chromecast, a tiny little dongle capable of bringing streaming and screen mirroring features to any TV with an HDMI port for a measly $30. Now, three quarters of a year later, the Chromecast is due to arrive here in the UK according …

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Rental options appear on the Playstation store

Sony revealed its plans for Playstation Now at CES in January, the game streaming service will include rental streaming options but it seems Sony might be looking to experiment with rental download options too as an option for one day, seven day and 30 day rentals appeared on titles in …

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Xbox One controllers are compatible with PC

A lot of PC gamers still like to use a controller from time to time and with the Xbox 360 controller being incredibly popular amongst gamers, many were disappointed when a rumour suggested that the Xbox One controller was going to be incompatible with the PC. Fortunately though, the rumours …

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Google smartwatch details leak

Rumours have been pointing to Google creating its own Smartwatch for some time now, supposedly in conjunction with current Nexus maker LG, but like most devices coming out today, details have leaked before the announcement. This recent leak has come from none other than EvLeaks, a common name when it …

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Net Dream Systems creates tech monitoring system

Net Dream Systems, an IT and audio-visual consultant, has created a technology management system that monitors all active technologies on board super yachts in real time and then predicts possible IT problems. Obviously right now, this technology is only relevant to rich super yacht owning individuals but that could change …

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Razer launches its new 14in Blade gaming laptop

Razer has just launched the second generation of the world’s thinnest gaming laptop but now it also has the highest resolution of any gaming laptop, quadrupling the pixels from 1600×900 all the way up to 3200×1800. In total, the new 14 Inch Razer Blade sports 5.76 million pixels with a …

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Nvidia launches new game bundles

Nvidia has launched its new GeForce game bundles, starting from today anyone who purchases select Nvidia branded desktop GPU’s or GeForce powered notebooks will be able to redeem one of the two new offers. If you’re about to purchase a a GTX Titan, 780 Ti, 780, 770, 760, 690, 680, 670, …

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Mt. Gox database leaked, CEO issues spam warning

Hackers have claimed to have accessed and leaked the Mt. Gox database showing that there should be a 915k Bitcoin balance left in the exchange. The hackers also hit Mt. Gox CEO, Mark Karpeles’ personal blog and Reddit account in an effort to investigate allegations of fraud after the exchange lost …

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Games with Gold is ‘fundamentally different’ to PS+

SXSW was on this weekend and Microsoft Sudios Vice President, Phil Spencer, was in attendance speaking about Xbox’s Games with Gold program that launched last year. During his speech, Spencer noted that Microsoft’s program is supposed to be “fundamentally different” to PS+. Playstation + offers subscribers an instant library of …

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Mario Kart 8 limited edition revealed

Yesterday Nintendo announced the Mario Kart 8 Limited Edition bundle, the announcement was made through a new video on the Nintendo UK YouTube channel which showcases exactly what is included in the £60 collectors edition. The main addition to the bundle is the spiny shell which will arrive on a …

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There will be a ‘The Last of Us’ live-action movie

Over the years Hollywood has become increasingly interested in the world of video games with many major franchises being considered for theatrical release and now, The Last of Us is one of them. According to Deadline, Sony subsidiary, Screen Gems, will be creating the film while the game’s Creative Director, Neil …

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Watch Dogs finally has a release date

Watch Dogs is finally coming out after its unexpected and abrupt delay back in October last year. A leaked trailer suggests that Ubisoft is ready to promote pre-orders again while it’s confirmed that the game will finally fall in to the hands of gamers on the 27th of May. Originally …

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94% of T-mobile up-graders dump Blackberry

Blackberry is struggling at the moment, it went from being one of the most popular phone brands, thanks to its BBM service, to being on the verge of collapse- so you can imagine how company CEO, John Chen, reacted when T-Mobile started offering its US customers $200 off any other phone …

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