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LG won’t be making the Nexus 6

It doesn’t look like LG will be making a new Nexus handset for Google this year as the company’s Communications Director, Ken Hong, has revealed that Google has not got in touch with them in regards to a new Nexus deal. According to Hong, he would be the person Google would …

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T-Mobile announces new ‘Test Drive’ scheme

T-Mobile has just revealed its new scheme to allow potential customers to check out its network. Starting from the 23rd of June, T-Mobile will give you an iPhone 5s for one week, which will let you see if the network’s services and availability work for your needs. The network reckons …

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Grand Theft Auto Online Heists officially delayed

Rockstar originally pegged the Grand Theft Auto Online Heists update for the Spring of this year. Unfortunately, Spring is over in a couple of days so Rockstar has officially announced the update’s delay. The announcement was made in a comment on the recent “I’m not a Hipster” update news post. …

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Phil Fish had another Twitter meltdown

Phil Fish has once again proven that he should probably stay away from social media as the developer went on another Twitter rant, which then led to him deleting his account … again. This time Phil was mad at the YouTube community and stated that everyone who has ever claimed …

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Apple launches new cheaper iMac

Whenever the Apple store goes down, it is usually a sign that the company is launching a new product or refreshing its current line. Today Apple quietly launched a cheaper iMac in order to compete with other All in One PC’s on the market. The “new” iMac comes in at …

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Star Citizen has a pretty big dev team

Star Citizen has a lot riding on it, the game has been a kick-starter success with $46 million behind it already. Fortunately, Chris Roberts has a pretty big team working on the game to try and ensure that it will be a critical success too. The full development team actually …

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The Steam summer sale could start this week

The Steam summer sale creeps up on us every year, usually it just appears one day and PC gamers world wide reach for their wallets. However, this year we might have some time to prepare as rumors are suggesting that the sale could start this week. The sale usually begins …

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Kinect voice commands will always work on Xbox one

We’ve heard a lot about Microsoft’s updated Xbox One development kit and how the company is giving developers access to the full GPU but how these changes would impact the Kinect was still up in the air. However, the company has now clarified that while gestures and the Kinect camera …

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Capcom has abandoned its takeover protection scheme

It is now possible to buy Capcom as the publisher’s current investors have voted to abandon the company’s takeover protection plan. The protection plan was first implemented back in 2008 and has been consistently renewed since then, until now. A rigorous approval process was put in place to stop any …

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Steamboy project aims to release a handheld Steam Machine

The Steam Machine initiative is all about making PC gaming more accessible on smaller screens, smaller devices and lesser hardware. The Steamboy project is combining all of these elements by creating a handheld Steam Machine, which would be perfect for in-home streaming. Final specifications are being kept under wraps for …

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DayZ is finally moving to a new engine

From the outside looking in, progress on DayZ seems to have been moving very slowly. Many of the promised standalone features have yet to be incorporated but according to Dean Hall, the game is finally set to move to a new engine, which will improve parts of the game and …

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Nintendo doesn’t want Twitch streaming on the Wii U

Nintendo has had a pretty good E3 this year, it’s starting to turn things with the Wii U around and people are finally interested in the console. However, with all of the buzz around Mario Kart 8 and the upcoming Super Smash Bros game, people have been wondering if Nintendo …

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Amazon launches Prime music streaming service

Amazon’s Prime membership has even more value thrown in now that Amazon has officially launched its rumoured music streaming service with more than 1 million songs available. The service is only available in the US for now and Amazon hasn’t mentioned anything about a UK launch just yet. That said, …

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Alienware Steam Machine won’t even ship with Steam OS

Valve’s Steam controller and Operating System won’t be ready until sometime in 2015 but that isn’t stopping Alienware from releasing what was going to be its Steam Machine. The Alienware Alpha is a very low end PC, it will ship with Windows 8.1 installed and an Xbox 360 controller, which …

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GTA V will receive exclusive content on the PS4

The Playstation 4 version of Grand Theft Auto V is set to receive some exclusive content as Sony’s Vice President of marketing believes that the series is a “Playstation franchise”. However, we still don’t know exactly what PS4 users will be getting that the rest of us will miss out …

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Microlab Solo 8C Stereo Speakers review

Today we are looking at one of Microlab’s high grade speaker systems- The Solo 8c. These speakers promise to deliver powerful, clear sound quality with an appearance to suit placement on a desk or as a part of a home entertainment set up. We’ve reviewed cheaper offerings from Microlab in …

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Europe is suspicious of Apple’s Tax deals

The European Commission has officially opened up an investigation in to Apple’s tax paying habits after growing suspicious that the company has made unwarranted deals that go against EU law. However, Apple has said plenty of times that it does in fact pay its fair share of taxes. The investigation …

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