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What is Modding?

Sunday, 09 March 2014 12:49 Written by
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Modding. Technically, it means modification plain and simple, and is done to improve performance in some way, aesthetics or both.…
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In the Korean media appeared information that Samsung is currently having problems with the production of Galaxy S5 smartphone.

Gamers delighted with The Stick of Truth

Thursday, 06 March 2014 16:08 Written by
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The second day of the current week marked the release (in the U.S.) of the long-awaited RPG with characters from the popular series South Park in the lead role. Shortly after the release, first reaction of players and reviewers have…

Privacy Phone from FreedomPop for $189

Thursday, 06 March 2014 15:58 Written by
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After the discovery of mass surveillance by the famous whistleblower Edward Snowden, numerous products with an emphasis on protecting users' privacy appeared on the market. One of them comes from smartphone company FreedomPop and it's called Privacy Phone. Devices that…

Apple shows off CarPlay

Wednesday, 05 March 2014 15:10 Written by
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Once again it appears that rumors were correct, and Apple has officially unveiled the service CarPlay. It is a system of integration iOS in cars that should offer several useful abilities to drivers.
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Taro Aso, the Japanese finance minister, said that the local government is still investigating the case of Mt.Gox collapse, the best known Bitcoin exchange office, which was located in Tokyo. As word of possible criminal activity behind this case, it…

Could we see Dishonored 2 at E3?

Wednesday, 05 March 2014 12:23 Written by
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A few days ago on the website All Games Beta an image appeared that suggests the upcoming announcement of the Dishonored's second chapter, although the story should be taken with a large grain of salt. 
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Data storage service in the cloud SugarSync has updated its application for the Android operating system with several new features. The most important novelty in 4.1 version of the application is the ability to sync a folder with files for…

64-bit mobile SoC from MediaTek

Tuesday, 04 March 2014 15:26 Written by
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After the 8-core processor codenamed MT6595, MediaTek company also announced the MT6732, its first 64-bit SoC. The chip has four ARM Cortex-A53 cores clocked at 1.5 GHz and the Mali T760 GPU with support for OpenGL 3.0 and OpenCL 1.2.
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This series of SSDs represents Intel's answer to Samsung and OCZ (Toshiba) and their EVO 840 and Vector model. Intel claims that both drives come with significantly improved speed controller (up to 50%) and NAND bus which achieves 20% higher…
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As part of the major reorganization of staff within Microsoft launched by new CEO Satya Nadella, several significant changes have been announced. By the end of this week the founder of Skype, Tony Bates and marketing director Tami Reller are…
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Multiplayer component of Guerilla Games' last chapter of the Killzone series, Shadow Fall, will be available for free for seven days, starting from Monday, 3rd March. A week of free game play comes just before the arrival of the first…
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The new Adrenaline Bundle brings gamers 11 interesting Steam games to add to their collection, and uniquely, the ability to turn their hands to crafting their very own game levels. That’s a total of 12 Steam keys. For just $4.99.…

GTA V still attracting new players

Monday, 03 March 2014 06:15 Written by
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The great success of Grand Theft Auto V and its multiplayer component is forced Rockstar to address the question about extensions because of which the company is still not thinking about the next chapter of the series, as explained by…
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Google's statement that the latest Android (KitKat) is so optimized that it represents an excellent solution for smart phones with small amounts of memory, LG took very seriously and now they will offer a smarthone with 512 MB of RAM.

Twitter getting “old”

Monday, 03 March 2014 06:04 Written by
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After Twitter released its annual financial results for the 2013. from which we could observe a slower increase in the number of users, discussion began on possible reasons for this negative trend . In the latest study, the research house…

Infamous: Second Son finished and gold-plated

Friday, 28 February 2014 21:37 Written by
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Brian Fleming, co-founder of Sucker Punch Productions, on his Twitter profile announced that the work on Infamous: Second Son is completed, and that the game got the Gold version. This is an exclusive for the PlayStation 4 and also the…

Movie about Minecraft in production

Friday, 28 February 2014 21:23 Written by
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Recently we received news that Valve will release a movie about eSports and one of their most famous games, Dota 2. And now it looks like this could become a trend, because we have another movie about Minecraft in preparation.
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On the official website of The Elder Scrolls Online news broke that Bethesda for the upcoming weekend again prepared an extensive beta testing of the mentioned MMORPG.
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Facebook and Ericsson have announced the opening of an Innovation Lab within Facebook's Menlo Park complex in which they will jointly assist in the development of applications and services based on mobile networks.

IBM takes over Cloudant, looks to the clouds

Friday, 28 February 2014 20:24 Written by
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IBM has announced that they will take over Cloudant, specialized in services related to the database based in the “cloud”. Developers of mobile and Internet applications can use Cloudant's non-relational systems for managing databases used for storing large amounts of…
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These days we can see more and more smartphones getting different certificates for being waterproof, shockproof, dustproof, etc. Since they are standardized under special labels like IP57 or IP54 it was just a matter of time when someone will mix…

Three new Nokia devices based on “Android”

Wednesday, 26 February 2014 15:06 Written by
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Nokia finally officially unveiled its smartphone with Android OS at the MWC. However, this is not what Android fans had hoped for, and it turned out that the device will serve the spread of the company's services to attract users…

LG to manufacture smart watch for Google

Wednesday, 26 February 2014 13:54 Written by
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The Wall Street Journal has information about Google's upcoming smart watch based on Android. The device will serve same as the Nexus line as an example of the reference design of smart watches, sources say.

Microsoft cuts Windows 8.x prices by up to 70%

Wednesday, 26 February 2014 10:41 Written by
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It seems that Windows 8.x is not selling as well as Microsoft would like it to. After boasting about how game changing the new OS would be for end users, the only game that seems to be changing is Microsoft’s…