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‘Titanfall’ For Xbox One May Redefine First-Person Shooter Games

‘Titanfall’ For Xbox One May Redefine First-Person Shooter Games

There are a number of first-person shooter games out there, some of them massive hits. But ‘Titanfall’ is an upcoming first-person shooter that may redefine the very genre by offering an absolutely mesmerizing gameplay.

By On February 21, 2014 Respond
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HTC Readies Wearables Devices Including A Google Now Smartwatch

HTC Readies Wearables Devices Including A Google Now Smartwatch

HTC has been on a downward spiral in terms of sales and profits. But the company now plans to stop this decline by offering a range of wearable devices. Among these, sources claim, is a Google Now smartwatch.

By On February 21, 2014 Respond
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Former Apple Ad Executive Speaks About Why iPhone 5C Failed

Former Apple Ad Executive Speaks About Why iPhone 5C Failed

Apple launched the plastic iPhone 5C in the midst of a major marketing push. However, the handset didn’t really catch on and in broad terms, it was a failure. Now Apple’s former advertisement executive Ken Segall gives his opinion as to why the handset failed.

By On February 20, 2014 Respond
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12-Year-Old Creates Braille Printer Using Lego Kit

12-Year-Old Creates Braille Printer Using Lego Kit

We have seen people come up with all sorts of artistic and useful creations using Legos. Now, a 12-year-old seventh-grader Shubham Banerjee has created a functional braille printer using $350 worth of Legos.

By On February 20, 2014 Respond
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Google Will Stop Supporting Chromebooks After Four Years

Google Will Stop Supporting Chromebooks After Four Years

Google has divulged the details of its ‘Chrome OS End of Life Policy’ and that’s not good news for users of Chrome OS for Enterprise or Education. According to Google, it will stop supporting Chromebooks in these categories four years from their manufacturing date.

By On February 20, 2014 Respond
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Charge Your iPhone Wirelessly With iQi

Charge Your iPhone Wirelessly With iQi

Earlier we have seen how one can charge his/her iPhone 4S wirelessly through a small modification. And now with the help of iQi, you can charge iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S and iPod Touch (5G) wirelessly.

By On February 19, 2014 Respond
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EA Adds Price Tag On ‘Plants vs Zombies 2′ Lawnmowers, Later Recalls

EA Adds Price Tag On ‘Plants vs Zombies 2′ Lawnmowers, Later Recalls

Plants vs Zombies is one of the most wildly popular gaming line-up from EA for mobile devices. The company recently added a price tag on the lawnmowers in ‘Plants vs Zombies 2′, although the move was soon reverted.

By On February 18, 2014 Respond
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Samsung Galaxy S5 Roundup: Facts And Rumors

Samsung Galaxy S5 Roundup: Facts And Rumors

Samsung is due to unveil its next flagship smartphone, Galaxy S5, at the MWC event this year. The event is scheduled to take place on Feb 24, so we are only days away from it. Following is a roundup of the rumors and the facts that we know about the handset so far.

By On February 18, 2014 Respond
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Microsoft Office Will Land On iPad Before July This Year

Microsoft Office Will Land On iPad Before July This Year

Microsoft released Office for iPhone after a lot of rumors and speculation, leaving iPad users a tad bit disappointed. But the company had been working on an iPad version and reports have it that Office will land on iPad before July this year.

By On February 16, 2014 Respond
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EA Makes Original Dungeon Keeper For Free On GOG This Weekend

EA Makes Original Dungeon Keeper For Free On GOG This Weekend

For Valentine’s Day weekend, GOG and Electronic Arts (EA) have teamed up for a special promotion to fans of the original “Dungeon Keeper” for PC. Now, original Dungeon Keeper is available for free on GOG.

By On February 15, 2014 Respond
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Protect Your Android Device With An Effective Firewall

Protect Your Android Device With An Effective Firewall

Google’s Android platform is a favorite among the authors of malicious apps and malware. Being open source, it’s just an easy target. If you use Android, the best thing to do is install a good enough firewall to ward off these security threats.

By On February 14, 2014 1 Response
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Nokia Is Expected To Launch A Low-End Android Handset This Month

Nokia Is Expected To Launch A Low-End Android Handset This Month

We have been hearing rumors about the possibility of Nokia launching an Android handset. The speculation is finally reaching its culmination as a new WSJ report claims that Nokia will finally unveil an Android smartphone this month.

By On February 11, 2014 Respond
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The Jump Is A Smart And Ultra-Portable Smartphone Charger

The Jump Is A Smart And Ultra-Portable Smartphone Charger

When it comes to smartphone chargers, users typically stick to the brand of the handset. If it’s an iPhone, only an charger would do. Same goes for other handsets. But ‘The Jump’ may change the game by offering ultra-portability coupled with other smart features.

By On February 11, 2014 Respond
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New Smart Pillow Nudges The Snoring Person, Improves Sleep

New Smart Pillow Nudges The Snoring Person, Improves Sleep

Snoring is usually an outcome of sleeping in an unusual, and typically uncomfortable, position. A new ‘snore activated nudging pillow’ is here to solve the problem by nudging the snorer and helping him shift to a better position while sleeping.

By On February 11, 2014 Respond
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What Are 32-Bit And 64-Bit Operating Systems?

What Are 32-Bit And 64-Bit Operating Systems?

We often hear that a given operating system these days is either 32-bit or 64-bit. What are the key difference between the two and which of them should you go for? The post below explores these questions.

By On February 11, 2014 Respond
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