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HTC One follow up leaked by UK Judge

A few weeks ago we posted an article on the Nokia VS HTC Patent case but yesterday it took a turn for the worse with the HTC One Mini being banned in the UK. This led to the HTC One successor being discussed in court. In the official ruling, Judge Richard …

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Dell’s 4K monitors priced

Are any of you guys looking for a 4K display? You might want to wait a while because Dell is about to bring the price of 4K down again with its new monitors. The Ultra HD resolution has been pushed hard this year with prices coming down from $35,000 to …

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You can now apply for the Project Spark beta

Project Spark is Microsoft’s upcoming game creation suite for Windows 8, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. It lets you create your game while playing it by allowing users to customise everything as they go along. You can create custom worlds, characters and animations, sort of like Little Big Planet but better …

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Nvidia releases the Geforce Experience 1.8

Today Nvidia releases the latest update to its Geforce Experience program. The 1.8 update will add “game-changing Optimal Playable Setting functionality, and a number of ShadowPlay updates that make the innovative, critically-lauded gameplay recorder even better at capturing your favorite action-packed moments.” A few other major updates include: Customization of …

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Google Glass wearer made to leave a Seattle restaurant

Nick Starr, a network engineer from Seattle, was made to leave his local diner because he was wearing Google Glass. However, according to him, he had eaten at the diner several times before while wearing his Google made spectacles. Starr shared the events of the night through Facebook: “We begin …

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Blizzard’s Warcraft movie pushed back to 2016

Universal and Legendary Pictures have confirmed that the long awaited Warcraft movie has been pushed back from late 2015 to March 2016. This is most likely to avoid clashing with Star Wars which is slated to hit theaters on the 18th of December. Considering the competition, the delay is a …

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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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