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Final Stand won’t be the last Battlefield 4 DLC

Battlefield developer, DICE, has promised that the Final Stand expansion won’t be the last update or bit of new content we will see for Battlefield 4. Writing in a Battlelog blog post, the developer said that it will continue to support the game, which launched back in November 2013. “With …

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BitTorrent is making a peer to peer browser

BitTorrent wants to take the internet in to a new direction with its new browser, Maelstrom, which will run on the BitTorrent protocol. The web browser is in the closed alpha testing phase currently but the development team wants it to solve several problems the internet is facing at the …

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Wireless charging to advance next year

Wireless charging is set to get a fairly decent upgrade next year as new technology has been developed, capable of tripling current wireless charging speeds. At the moment, charging a device wirelessly can take quite some time as the technology can only run at 5 watts. This will change next …

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More Sony Xperia Z4 specs leak

Sony’s next flagship smartphone, the Xperia Z4, is said to be revealed next month at the Consumer Electronics Show but we may already have a good idea of the specifications thanks to a new leak. According to new sources, the device is expected to sport a 5.2 inch 1080p display …

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Amazon Prime Instant Video now offering 4K streaming

Amazon has just announced that its streaming service, Prime Instant Video, will now be offering 4K streams in the US, making the company one of the first few service providers to launch ultra HD content, alongside Netflix and YouTube. The content selection is limited, as you would probably expect but …

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Microsoft will publish Rise of the Tomb Raider

Microsoft’s Rise of the Tomb Raider exclusivity deal may run deeper than we initially thought as it has been confirmed that the company will be publishing the title- providing marketing, funds for the project and distribution support. Unfortunately, the messaging from both companies is still a little unclear, so it …

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20th Anniversary Edition PS4 sells for $15,000 on eBay

Sony announced the 20th anniversary edition Playstation 4 console last week and people are ready to spend a lot of money to get their hands on one. In-fact, one person went as far as to spend $15,100 to secure themselves one of the limited edition consoles. There are another few …

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The Witcher 3 delayed again until May 2015

CD Projekt Red has made the decision to delay The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt again, this time by three months. The highly anticipated open-world RPG was originally supposed to come out in October this year but was originally delayed until February in order to ensure the game was up …

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Possible Samsung Galaxy S6 specs leak

AnTuTu, the Chinese Android benchmarking site has apparently leaked the specifications of Samsung’s upcoming flagship device, the Galaxy S6. The original post has since been pulled down but not before other sites could screenshot the details, giving us a peek at some pretty impressive internals. First things first, the Galaxy …

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Google removes Pirate Bay related apps from Play Store

Google has gone ahead and started removing popular Pirate Bay applications from the Play Store. An email sent to developers noted that these apps violate intellectual property and Google’s content policy. Google has slowly started getting more involved in the fight against piracy due to intense pressure from media outlets. …

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Final Fantasy XIII PC port to be improved this week

Square Enix announced last month that it would be sending out an update to fix the Final Fantasy XIII PC port, unlocking the resolution and adding in support for higher frame rates. Additionally, the publisher won’t be making the same mistake with the subsequent releases of Final Fantasy XIII-2 or …

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Apple iPod DRM lawsuit is falling apart

The class action lawsuit launched against Apple over iPod DRM is falling apart as new evidence has come to light, showing that the two named plaintiffs did not actually buy the affected iPod models covered by the lawsuit during the relevant time frame. This case pertains to anti-trust issues, claiming …

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Dying Light PC specifications revealed

The minimum and recommended PC specifications for upcoming Zombie game, Dying Light, have been released. Originally, the spec sheet on Steam recommended 16GB of RAM alongside a GTX 780 or R9 290 graphics card. However, the page has since been updated to reduce these specifications a bit. The minimum spec …

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Apple forced to pull Safari OS X update

Apple seems to be making a habit of releasing buggy software this year, first the company ran in to many issues getting iOS 8 off the ground and now it has had to pull a Safari update after users reported that it forced them to re-install the OS X operating …

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Street Fighter V to be exclusive to PC and PS4

It looks like the trailer for Street Fighter V has leaked ahead of a possible reveal at Sony’s PlayStation Experience event or the annual Game Awards show this weekend. The trailer was accidentally uploaded early to YouTube, revealing that the game will only be coming to the PC and PS4, …

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Sony hack leaked 47,000 social security numbers

The Sony Pictures hack might be worse than we thought as the social security numbers of 47,000 celebrities, freelancers, current and former Sony employees have leaked, alongside home addresses, salaries and other personal information. An analysis of 33,000 leaked documents by data security firm, Identity Finder, revealed the huge data …

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Driverless cars to arrive in four UK cities next month

Four UK cities have been chosen to begin testing driverless cars starting in January 2015 thanks to a £10 million funding donation from Innovate UK. These trials will begin in just a few weeks time, taking place in Milton Keynes, Bristol, Coventry and Greenwich. These trials will last 18 to …

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Bethesda downplays Fallout 4 announcement rumors

There has been a lot of speculation surrounding Fallout 4 over the last few weeks, with rumors suggesting that we will see  a reveal and announcement at the annual VGX awards this year. However, Bethesda is now downplaying the rumors and claiming that it won’t be showing anything at the …

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Microsoft apologizes for late Xbox developer payments

Last night it was discovered that some developers participating in the Xbox Live Indie Games program, weren’t being paid on time by Microsoft, for the second time. However, the company has come out to apologize and explain why payments didn’t go out as they should have. According to Microsoft, these …

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New patent shows us possible Google Glass 2 design

It was revealed earlier this week that Google is currently working on the second iteration of its Google Glass wearable, with Intel possibly supplying the chip inside of it and now we have our first peek at what the updated headset will look like thanks to a recent patent. The patent …

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Eidos reveals new Deus EX project engine

Eidos just posted a mysterious screenshot, showing off the new Dawn engine, which is being used to power an upcoming Deus EX project. While the screenshot might not be taken directly from the currently unnamed game itself, it certainly fits the theme very well. The Dawn engine is a modified …

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