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Digital security expert banned from flight for tweet

Tweets have been getting people in trouble for a while now, whether they were intended as jokes, or legitimate statements, but often it’s because of perceived ‘offence.’ Not in this instance however, where digital security expert and founder of One World Labs, Chris Roberts, was barred from a United Airlines …

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Fans compare Star Citizen rentals to freemium games

If there’s one game that has elicited nothing but love for a long time now, it’s Star Citizen. Despite the large price tags on many of the game’s biggest and baddest ships, some of which still aren’t in the game yet, over three quarters of a million people have helped contribute more …

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What if Star Citizen was sold to Facebook too?

Even though most seem to have come around to the idea, there’s still a few of you that are pissed Oculus VR was bought out by Facebook. But what if other beloved companies, like the one behind Star Citizen was also bought out by the social network? Don’t worry, it won’t. …

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Star Citizen breaks $25 million

Star Citizen is a behemoth at this point. Not only is it the most successfully crowd funded campaign ever, but it continues to blow even its own estimations out of the water. It’s been over a year since the space-sim’s original Kickstarter campaign and it’s just earned another $1 million …

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Star Citizen dev. opens new studio in Santa Monica

The man behind one of Kickstarter – and crowdfunding in general’s – biggest success stories, Chris Roberts’ Star Citizen, has announced he’s opening a new development studio in Santa Monica to focus on publishing and development of the in-game elements. He also said the new team would be working on …

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