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Assassin’s Creed Comet to be set in North America

by Ryan Burgesson March 27, 2014
Yesterday French site GameBlog posted some information regarding the other Assassin’s Creed project that is currently in development. After Kotaku translated it, they managed to reveal a big detail. It would appear Ubisoft are recycling Assassin’s Creed 3 (easily the worst in the franchise many fans would say) for their project Comet.  What an odd […]
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Assassin’s Creed: Unity announced

by Ryan Burgesson March 21, 2014
Ubisoft today revealed their new Assassin’s creed titled Unity and it is set in Paris during the French revolution. The description of the trailer reads: We have been working on the new Assassin’s Creed for more than three years and although we weren’t quite ready to show you our full vision for a next-gen only […]
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The Nvidia Shield will release in the UK

by Ryan Burgesson February 27, 2014
Nvidia’s handheld PC gaming solution the Shield will release in the UK eventually. Nvidia’s director of corporate communications, Luciano Alibrandi said to TechRadar: It will come… It’s just a question of when. The Nvidia Shield has been around in America for about half a year and it wasn’t exactly met with a huge fanfare. Its […]

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1 in 2 Americans Use Facebook Every Day: Over 128 Millions

by Nick Adamson August 14, 2013
According to a study made by Facebook, over 40% of Americans use Facebook every day (the web version). That means over 128 million users. And about 24 million in the United Kingdom do the same, the social media company said Tuesday. Regarding the mobile version of the site, 101 million (nearly 33%) users log into this […]
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Jamestown Colonists Cannibals? Yep, the Found Bones Revealed

by Nick Adamson May 2, 2013
Jamestown Colonists were cannibals…. at least during a period in the 17th century known as ‘the starving time’. The ‘starving time’ in Jamestown was caused by Powhatan sieges, a lack of food, and illness. Documents collected from colonists journals and letters have documented this extensively. In fact when the Powhatan’s took John Smith captive, he […]

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First Lady Opens Tech Door to Service Members

by Chris Murphyon May 2, 2013
Service members face big challenges when they come home. Don’t forget what happened with Vietnam. Now the White House, with a push from First Lady Michelle Obama, has partnered with some of the biggest technology powerhouses in America to get them jobs before they even leave the force. The new program is known as, The […]
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Dirtiest Fruits, Organic Farming and The Food Market

by Chris Murphyon April 26, 2013
Food commodities fell today, 4/23/13, with July wheat, corn and soybeans seeing a slide of 7, 6.9555, and 9.5 cents, source, A.P. Is the new commodity a clean Fresa? In a report released by BlackRock Inc, new growth in food production will come from companies and products that serve urbanization, food sufficiency and a big […]

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Marijuana Stocks: Legal market estimated at $8.9B by 2016

by Chris Murphyon April 24, 2013
Marijuana Stocks, while not up in smoke, are down. What’s that? Even the illegal, estimated $18 Billion a year, marijuana market is being traded on the world’s exchange? Well, not exactly, it’s estimated at billions per year, ancillary market is where the money is now. Since it’s still federally illegal to grow and distribute this […]
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Google Glass To Be Built in United States By Foxconn

by Chris Murphyon March 28, 2013
The Google Glass project was recently introduced by the giant company and the lucky winners of the #ifihadglass contest will have the chance to review the gadget, earlier than the rest of us, for the incredible price of $1,500 ( the Google Glass Explorer Edition). Now Google is surprising us again: according to Financial Times, Google […]

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AT&T Versus Big Red: The Battle Of Mobile Coverage

by Chris Murphyon March 18, 2013
AT&T and Verizon really have something to duke out now. According to a Rootmetrics report by Patrick Linder, released March 11, 2013 named LTE Performance Review, AT&T now has the fastest, pure 4G LTE download speed. 18.6 Mbps. Outpacing Verizon at 14.3 Mbps. But, the report states, AT&T is second in network connectivity to Verizon, […]
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Google, No.1 Out of 100 Best Companies To Work For in 2013

by Anna Johnsonon January 19, 2013
With over $37,905 milions in revenue, Google is the one of best companies to work for this year, too. The Internet giant takes the No.1 spot on the Best Companies rank for the 4th time. New this year are three wellness centers and a seven-acre sports complex, which includes a roller hockey rink; courts for […]
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This App Tells You When Next NYC Subway is Coming

by Eric Brownon December 28, 2012
  America’s largest subway system launched a smartphone application that will reveal train-arrival times on seven of the city’s 24 lines—a leap forward for a service that has lagged behind its peers both at home and abroad in adopting new technologies. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority released on Friday its Subway Time app for passengers with […]

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iOS 6 Features: What’s New? 6 Amazing Upgrades

by Gizmoration September 21, 2012
The new Apple’s iOS 6 has all-new Maps, more and better Siri, Facebook integration and over 200 other new features that keep it the most advanced mobile operating system. Check out the most important features: 1.FaceTime now works over cellular networks as well as Wi-Fi, so you can make and receive FaceTime calls wherever you […]
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Coursera: 200 Courses From 33 Schools And 1.3 M Students

by Gizmoration September 19, 2012
The popular online learning site, Coursera, launched by Stanford professors Daphne Koller and Andrew Ng, announced that Seventeen new universities have joined the startup’s platform, nearly doubling the number of schools that have signed on. Now it offers over 200 courses from 33 top schools and has 1.3 million online students. Coursera has differentiated itself […]

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The Twitter F-Bombs Map: Rudest Places In U.S.

by Gizmoration August 23, 2012
This new project, “Twitter heatmap” or Twitter F-Bombs was created to show a map of specific tweets distributed in time and until now it has tracked these two phrases in 462 locations within United States: “Good morning” and “F*** you”.  In order to get enough data for creating the map, Twitter was scanned approximately once every […]
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Verizon’s LTE Network Will Cover Over 75 Percent Of The US

by Gizmoration August 16, 2012
One of the most popular carriers, Verizon, announced that it iis going to bring the 4G to 34 new markets and expanding coverage in other parts of  United States. The mobile network will cover new territories like Hot Springs, Arkansas, Reading, Pennsylvania, Laredo, Texas, Longview, Washington. They will finally be able to get the most out […]

 
 
 
 

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