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Here is our first look at the OnePlus OxygenOS

You may have heard that OnePlus and Cyanogen had a bit of a falling out recently and as a result, the OnePlus Two will not use CyanogenMod OS but rather, a home-made operating system called OxygenOS. We now have our first look at what the OxygenOS will look like thanks …

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Sony has sold SOE

Sony has sold off Sony Online Entertainment to an investment management firm known as Columbus Nova. The developer will now be re-branded as Daybreak Game Company and will finally be able to make games for other platforms. SOE has been responsible for many multiplayer titles, including DC Universe, EverQuest, the …

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Reddit putting cryptocurrency plans on hold

Reddit has put its plans to launch its own cryptocurrency, dubbed ‘Reddit Notes’, on hold after the project’s lead engineer was let go. Reddit originally announced its plan to launch its own digital currency last year, this was the company’s way of giving its users back 10 per cent of …

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Apple to use jewellery store security protocols for Apple Watch

Apple will reportedly use similar security protocols to jewellery stores in order to protect the more expensive editions of its upcoming Apple Watch wearable, which will begin shipping in April. These security measures will be in place to protect the Apple Watch ‘Edition’ specifically, which may cost several thousand dollars …

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Destiny PvP suffering from infinite super exploit

Destiny’s online player versus player mode, dubbed ‘The Crucible’, is currently suffering from a new exploit that allows players to use an infinite number of super attacks. The exploit does have a few requirements to pull off though. In order to use infinite supers, you will need a party of …

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343 Industries delays latest Halo update

Last week 343 Industries announced that it would be beta testing its latest update to the Master Chief Collection, aiming to fix up the matchmaking once and for all. Unfortunately, the update has been delayed and the beta may no longer happen as more work is apparently needed. The Halo …

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Windows 10 announced for Raspberry Pi 2

Microsoft has announced that it will be bringing Windows 10 to the Raspberry Pi 2 this year, not only that but it will also be free for developers signed up to the Windows 10 Developer Program for IoT later on in the year. This is all part of Microsoft’s efforts …

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Raptr has been hacked, password changes encouraged

Raptr, the social themed video game service that comes bundled with AMD’s graphics card drivers, has been hacked. According to reports, passwords, usernames, first and last names may have been accessed and as a result, password changes are recommended. Raptr Founder and CEO, Dennis Fong, gave a statement on the security …

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Adobe is suing Forever 21 for pirating Photoshop

Adobe is suing clothing store chain, Forever 21, as it turns out that the retail outlet has been pirating Photoshop software, according to the new lawsuit filing. The company is now facing serious fines as a result. The lawsuit was filed yesterday in a California District Court. This wasn’t a …

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Prison Architect to leave Early Access this year

The developers behind Prison Architect, Introversion, are one of the few studios to do Early Access right, with regular updates and player interaction. Prison Architect’s time in Early Access is coming to an end though as the game will be fully launching later this year. This news came as it …

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Spotify is coming to PlayStation

Sony’s Music Unlimited service won’t be around much longer as the company has now teamed up with Spotify to bring PlayStation Music to the PlayStation Network this year- some time in the Spring to be exact. The new service will close down Sony’s current Music streaming option on the 29th of March. …

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Nintendo has announced its new YouTube revenue program

Nintendo hasn’t been the most YouTuber friendly publisher out there but after quite a bit of backlash and reflection, the company is finally coming around to the idea that Let’s Players should be able to make money off of Nintendo game footage- just as long as the publisher gets a cut. Nintendo’s …

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Apple Pay is off to a great start in the US

Apple’s new form of contact-less payment, Apple Pay, which launched last year alongside the new iPhones, is off to a pretty great start and has been well received over in the US. Apple CEO, Tim Cook, recently announced that $2 of every $3 spent using contact-less payment has used Apple …

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Sky to launch its own 4G mobile network in the UK

Sky is planning to become a cellular network provider, with its own 4G network set to launch in 2016. The company’s Chief Executive believes that Sky has proven that it is capable of launching new services at scale, so launching a new network service could pay off. Jeremy Darroch, Sky’s …

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LG may sue Qualcomm over special Galaxy S6 Snapdragon 810

Apparently LG may sue Qualcomm if the company chooses to provide Samsung with a revised version of the Snapdragon 810 processor for its upcoming flagship device, the Galaxy S6. Samsung believes that the current Snapdragon 810 chip runs too hot and is therefore planning to use its own made Exynos …

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Apple has posted the biggest quarterly profit in history

Apple has managed to break several records this week with its first fiscal quarter earnings report of the year, managing to post the biggest quarterly profit of any company ever in history. Over the last several months, Apple managed to generate a profit of $18 billion. This beat out the previous …

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Evidence suggests that Spartan will support Chrome extensions

Microsoft officially revealed its new web browser, currently code-named ‘Spartan’, at its Windows 10 press event earlier this month. Since then, there has been much speculation surrounding the browser’s extension compatibility. However, evidence suggests that Microsoft’s new browser will support Chrome extensions. Originally, it was a report from Neowin that …

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