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CactusVPN Review: Surf anonymously and watch sites outside US, UK

by Gizmoration July 18, 2014
How many times have your tried to watch your favorite sites while outside U.S. or U.K. and it was impossible to enjoy them or you just wanted to surf the web anonymously? CactusVPN is a able to hide your IP address, download torrents anonymously and encrypt your internet connection, but the most important feature from my point […]
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TSA: Charge your gadget before flying or it will be banned

by Eric Brownon July 8, 2014
The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has announced security measures at “certain” overseas airports for flights into the US. It will not allow uncharged mobile phones and laptops onto planes headed to the United States. The TSA is being deliberately light on details, but NBCNews posits that the new rules are in response to a specific threat which has the TSA worried […]
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Uber becomes legal in London after transport regulator’s ruling

by Nick Adamson July 4, 2014
Uber is now legal in London, after the city’s transport regulator, Transport for London (TfL), has ruled that the application is lawful and that it won’t be taking any action against the company. In a statement to the TfL board, Leon Daniels, Managing Director of Surface Transport, which governs London’s above-ground transit options, noted that other cab […]


Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida speaks about the competition

by Ryan Burgesson April 25, 2014
Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida has been speaking about the value behind playing the competitions games. This all took place on April 10th at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California where both Yoshida and Mark Cerny were discussing twenty years of the Playstation. They eventually got a topic where Yosihda […]
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EXCLUSIVE: Is Google X the way aliens share their technology with us?

by Chris Murphyon April 24, 2014
The former Canadian minister of Defense and one of many speakers who testified in front of six former members of Congress at the 2013 Citizen Hearing On Disclosure in Washington, D.C., Paul Hellyer, said that aliens live among us, “look just like us and they could walk down the street and you wouldn’t know if you walked past one”. In an interview […]


Single button system patented by Square Enix

by Ryan Burgesson April 19, 2014
It was shown today through the US patent office that Square Enix have patented a single button system for their RPGS. The system is best described by Hajime Tabata, Co-Director for the upcoming Final Fantasy XV: The present invention provides a game apparatus that can cast various attacks only by pressing the same operating button […]
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U.S and India rank lowest on Facebook transparency report

by Eric Brownon April 12, 2014
According to Facebook’s latest government requests report, India is the world’s largest content censor and the U.S is the world’s largest requester of user data. Taken the other way around though, India is second when it comes to knocking on Facebook’s door for user information whereas the U.S made no demands on content restriction. However […]


Why The Last of Us is my least favourite game of all time

by Ryan Burgesson March 31, 2014
I wrote yesterday about how Hotline Miami is my favourite game of all time and now I figured it was time to detail my lest favourite. Now don’t get me wrong The Last of Us isn’t the worst game ever made, not by a long shot but it is really disappointing in pretty much every […]

US should ‘keep control of net’ – Bill Clinton

by Ryan Burgesson March 25, 2014
Former President of America Bill Clinton took to the stage yesterday to make a rather ironic statement. Bill Clinton thinks that the US needs to keep control of the internet to make sure it stays open and free… Yep. Clinton made his comments during a debate sponsored by his charitable foundation, Clinton Global Initiative: The […]


Microsoft trying to persuade politicans to purchase targeted adverts

by Ryan Burgesson March 9, 2014
Microsoft officials were seen plugging targeted advertising at the CPAC (annual conference for conservatives). As midterm elections start to heat up in the US, Microsoft are trying to sell advertising space on Xbox Live, Skype, MSN and other MS platforms. Microsoft are selling themselves as being able to match Microsoft user IDs and other various […]

Samsung introduces Milk Music

by Ryan Burgesson March 8, 2014
Samsung has just launched their free music streaming service, Milk Music to the masses (in the US). The service is currently only available on Galaxy smartphones and only available to those of us that live in the US as of now. Milk Music currently has over 200 radio stations and 13 million songs available to […]

Xbox One March update adds a myriad of useful features

by Ryan Burgesson March 2, 2014
All the next-gen consoles were half-baked at release and it has now become a race to see who first can deliver on their promises. Recently Sony added support for the Pulse headset to be used on the PS4 and now Microsoft is adding some fundamental things to the Xbox One. One of the biggest additions […]


Japanese cable company KDDI launches on-demand gaming service

by Ryan Burgesson February 27, 2014
A Japanese cable company that goes by the name of KDDI will be launching their on-demand gaming platform that runs on their Smart TV Box in just a couple of days. What’s surprising is some of the games they have managed to capture, these include PES, WRC3 and Sonic Adventure DX. These wont appeal to […]

South Park: The Stick of Truth console versions censored in Europe

by Ryan Burgesson February 26, 2014
In a strange and frankly horrible move, Ubisoft have decided to censor 7 scenes that are around 20 seconds long each in their highly anticipated South Park game. Below is a scan from the review guide to the game, and clearly stated at the bottom is the cut content: Ubisoft have said that the censorship […]

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Best Apps for Following The 2014 Sochi Olympics

by Anna Johnsonon February 7, 2014
In southern Russia, everybody is all geared up for the opening ceremony of the 2014 Sochi Olympics. No matter which events you want to watch, your iPhone/iPad or Android gadget can keep you up to date on medal counts, highlights, and more. If you can’t catch every minute of the 2014 Winter Olympics, you’ll still want to keep […]
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Now You Can Order In From Local Restaurants With The Foursquare App

by Nick Adamson January 31, 2014
Foursquare announced that it has partnered with GrubHub Seamless to offer its mobile users access to more than 20,000 restaurants in hundreds of cities across the US. If you’re browsing Foursquare for local eateries and find one with either the GrubHub or Seamless icon, just hit “order delivery” and you’ll be redirected to the GrubHub or Seamless website. To […]

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Aquion Energy Thinks Its Battery Can Solve Renewable Energy’s Problem

by Nick Adamson January 26, 2014
Sodium battery startup Aquion Energy, founded in 2007, is looking to finally commercialize its battery this year. Aquion Energy also announced that it’s raised another $20 million from investors like Bill Gates, Tao Invest, Kleiner Perkins, Foundation Capital and others, completing a $55 million Series D financing round. The financing round was initially set at $35 million back […]
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Tim Cook’s Quickbooks: Apple Paid The U.S. Treasury $6 Billion

by Chris Murphyon July 7, 2013
Tim Cook’s statement before the Senate Permanent Subcommittee over Apple’s tax record can be boiled down to a few words. “We pay our taxes, you need to change the tax structure.” Through records that Apple has provided, they claim to have paid the U.S. Treasury $6 billion in cash at a 30.5 percent tax rate. […]

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The White House Kept Iraq Under a State of National Emergency

by Chris Murphyon July 3, 2013
The White House yesterday, May 17th, kept Iraq under a state of National Emergency. The Iraqi war, beginning in ’03 and ending December of 2011, was 8 years of a quick taking of Baghdad and a long, mangling war. Rebuilding, a world of politics, and chaos without end. Iraq is a country that has been […]
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Intel, A Clean Millennium Company

by Chris Murphyon July 2, 2013
Intel is taking corporate responsibility a step further, by integrating core renewable responsibilities into employee’s compensation, increasing green power purchases to equal 100 percent of the company’s projected U.S. supply for the year, and achieving its goal of manufacturing “conflict-free” microprocessors for the metal tantalum, an industrial metal used in computer manufacturing. Coltan mining, which […]
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First Female Only App: LuLu

by Anna Johnsonon June 28, 2013
Lulu is the first ever app designed only for girls. The app connects through Facebook (which eliminates male users), and allows females to rate and review their male Facebook friends. The app has stirred up controversy, but the creator of the app, Alexandra Chong, says it is a misunderstanding. Of course a female only app will cause controversy, but […]