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Virgin Media launches on-demand Android app

If you’re a Virgin Media customer, then this will probably interest you. The cable provider has just launched its own Android app to rival Sky Go. The ‘TV Anywhere’ app is now available across a range of Android tablets and phones as well as all IOS devices. help coursework Virgin’s …

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Batman Arkham Origins Story based DLC announced

Batman Arkham Origins is getting some story DLC called ‘The Initiation Pack’ and it is primarily a challenge pack that contains a little bit of story driven narrative. Ames Kirshen, Vice President of Warner Bros Games, announced the DLC on the latest episode of DC All Access. The DLC with …

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Forza 5 economy adjustment incoming

Forza 5 released as one of the few 1080p launch titles on the Xbox One. While the game is very pretty and runs at a smooth 60 frames per second, gamers found the cost of micro-transactions was ruining the experience, so the developer has now decided to change that. I …

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CyanogenMod kicked off of the Google Play Store

CyanogenMod’s easy installer only just launched on the Play Store three weeks ago but it seems the custom rom was violating some terms of service issues and has now been kicked off of the Google Play Store. Google contacted the CyanogenMod developers to tell them that the app needed to …

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Valve launches Steam Reviews

Valve launched Steam recommendations back in 2010, allowing users to recommend titles to their friends and write what they liked about the game. Now Valve is evolving this feature into something a little more wide-reaching- Steam Reviews. These reviews will be available for the whole community to read, not just your friends …

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Well, Activision still owns Crash Bandicoot

Last week we talked about the possibility of Crash Bandicoot making its return to Sony and making a comeback. Unfortunately it seems that Activision still owns Crash Bandicoot – though it might be looking in to reviving the franchise itself. An Activision spokesperson spoke to Game Informer, confirming that the …

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Persona 5 announced alongside some spin offs

Japanese developer Atlus, just announced Persona 5, exclusively for the Playstation 3, proving that the ageing platform still has some life left. It doesn’t end there though, Persona Q for the 3DS, Persona 4: Dancing All Night for the Vita and Persona 4: The Ultimax Ultra Suplex Hold were also announced. …

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Motorola’s Project Ara is one step closer to reality

A few weeks back we reported on Motorola’s ‘Project Ara’, for those who didn’t see, Motorola has teamed up with the man behind the Phonebloks campaign and is aiming to make a modular and customisable smartphone. Motorola is now one step closer to making this happen as it has penned …

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Samsung dealt another blow in patent case

The Apple VS Samsung patent war is still on the go and it appears that Apple has just won another round as a US jury found Samsung guilty of infringing patents on some iPhone and iPad features. This time it’ll cost them $290 million bringing the company’s total debt to …

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Crash Bandicoot returning to Sony?

Activision appears to have erased Crash Bandicoot from all of its web properties, leading us to believe that the old Sony mascot might make its return to Sony, the place where the little marsupial began his career. You guys all know who Naughty Dog are. It created the Last of …

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NVIDIA 331.82 ‘Game Ready’ drivers now available

Nvidia has just released an updated ‘game ready’ driver just in time for the releases of Assassins Creed IV and Need for Speed: Rivals. Amongst these last minute tweaks, the new driver is going to help SLI profiles and games running at 4K resolutions. “These Game Ready drivers will also …

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HTC One will get Android 4.4 in January

HTC is on the ball with the latest Android update, the phone maker has just announced its plans to roll out the KitKat update to the HTC One in late January. When Google releases the latest version of Android, non Nexus buyers usually have to wait a lot longer to …

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Sony speaks out on PS4 hardware issues

The Playstation 4 launched in the US just last week and since then we’ve heard of some issues, but after some investigation in to each complaint, Sony has narrowed down the amount of faulty PS4’s to less than 1% of the 1 million sold. For those who don’t feel like …

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No Android 4.3 for Galaxy S3 users

Samsung Galaxy owners are usually accustomed to waiting long periods of time for Android updates but sometimes the updates aren’t for the better. After about two weeks of complaints, Samsung has pulled its Android 4.3 OTA update leaving users stuck on 4.1 for the foreseeable future. Complaints ranged from phones …

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A next gen Tomb Raider port could be on the cards

Update: It looks like this could have been an Amazon retail partner listing, not Amazon itself. Sadly, that means the information found in the article could be fake and should be taken with a pinch of salt. Amazon is renowned for outing products before they are supposed to be announced and …

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