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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week. “A Magnet School for Video Game Design” While it may be a no-brainer to gamers that the video …

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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week. “First AAA Free-To-Play Shooter” Exciting news was just released about an online multiplayer shooter that is FREE to …

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Valve’s ‘Steam Box’ could be on the horizon after all

Back in early March rumours arose that Valve were working on a ‘Steam Box’ gaming console to outclass the proprietary formats used currently by the likes of Apple, Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo. These rumours were sadly shutdown a week later by Valve’s Doug Lombardi, but the embers kept glowing regardless. Recently …

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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week. “A 10 Year Old Game Designer for the Blind” How is it that a 5th grader discovered how …

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Google Drive is now live with 5 GB of free storage

We’ve been hearing a lot about Google Drive recently, Google’s much anticipated cloud storage solution to compete with Dropbox and the new SkyDrive. The previous reports of 5 GB of free storage have been confirmed and should be available already (or soon) to anyone with a Google account. As you …

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Google prepares for Drive launch as early as today

The Google Drive rumours and reports are coming in thick and fast now, indicating the launch of the Dropbox and now SkyDrive competitor is imminent. Reports are claiming that it could launch as soon as today, Tuesday. Paid storage options will be available that reportedly go all the way up to 100 …

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Is £21 too much for an App?

One of the most appealing things about the whole Job-o-sphere, is that software (in the form of apps) is profitable for developers and affordable for customers [while making Apple into the biggest software provider in the history of the universe – Ed]. KitGuru ponders how much apps should cost and …

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Microsoft confirms Windows 8 flavours

If Microsoft could go back in time and fix mistakes, then alongside the late move to creating a decent browser, no doubt it would also want to reduce how many versions of Windows Vista it put onto the market. While Apple offers ‘products with an operating system that just works’, …

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Nintendo to showcase new Mario Game at E3

Nintendo are planning to release a brand new Mario Bros game for the Wii U platform at the E3 trade show in June. Mario is Nintendo’s most important figure and it makes sense for  them to release another game featuring the porky Italian plumber. While many gaming fans are a …

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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week. “The Actual U.S. Navy Needs Video Game Hackers!” Ever think the word “hacker” would look good on your …

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Skyrim hits Kinect with full voice commands

Surely this has to be one of the most awaited game mods in the last year? Yes, Bethesda Softworks have been working hard to allow The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim to work flawlessly with the Kinect controller. Skyrim was the second highest grossing game in 2011 and it received many …

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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week. “GameStop’s Challenge – Maintaining Investors and Consumers in an Increasingly Digital World” As Steam, social online gaming, and …

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Anonymous target UK government websites. More to come.

Famous hacking group Anonymous have targeted the UK government, after giving them forewarning that it was going to happen. It selected Easter for the protest. The Telegraph reports “The British branch of Anonymous – a loose global collective of computer hackers who often target law-enforcement websites – first advertised “#OpTrialAtHome” …

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Anonymous target People’s Republic Of China

Anonymous have apparently defaced over 480 web sites in the People’s Republic Of China in the last few days. These websites include Government operations. Anonymous want Chinese hackers to join their cause and are highlighting their skills to the countries talented hackers. They have even launched their own AnonymousChina Twitter …

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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week. “Upcoming RPG Written by NY Times Best Selling Fantasy Writer” A recent press release announced the latest addition …

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