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Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Comes Out This Week – And You Should Play It

Childhood and teenage memories, few ring any sweeter than playing Smash Bros. for the first time on your Nintendo 64. This week Smash Bros. Wii U comes out – it’s awesome, and you should play it.…

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Why Didn’t The iPhone 6 Ship with a Sapphire Screen?

For those of you who follow the tech news heavily, you’ll remember that over a year ago Apple signed on an agreement with GT Advanced Technologies – who were at the time a niche sapphire glass…

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Google Chrome Version 39 Releases with 64-bit OS X Support

We hope you Mac users are ready for some 64-bit software computations from Google! Google Chrome version 39 has released today, with the new update including a number of large features for desktop users across all…

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Sony Introduces Plane Phase Detection Auto-focus to Smartphones

Everyone who’s in the market for a top notch smartphone always has to consider the shooter that comes attached to it. Most people are after a rear facing camera that gets a great shot, and Sony today…

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[Update] Spotify has Paid $2B to Artists, Taylor Swift Would Have Made $6M

The music industry was in the spotlight earlier this month when Taylor Swift pulled her hot new album release from Spotify’s digital streaming service. Claims were made from Taylor and her record label that the artists weren’t…

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SanDisk Releases 400GB SSD That Plugs Into Your DDR3 RAM Slot

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGfpdciV9B4 Are you ready for the future? Or at least some crazy technology! SanDisk thinks you are. Whilst at the moment it’s intended for enterprise use, SanDisk today announced and released the worlds first 400GB SSD…

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Chinese Man Successfully Installs Working Windows 98 OS onto iPhone 6 Plus

  Ah – the old and familiar 90’s Window boot up sound has just trickled through your eardrum. But wait – what’s this? Windows 98 running on an iPhone!? Blasphemy! That’s right ladies and gentlemen –…

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Silk Road 2.0 Shutdown after FBI Arrests Suspected Operator

After law enforcement agencies shutdown Silk Road back in late 2013, Silk Road 2.0 sprouted out of the ground and rose to prominence. However, it would seem that the FBI alongside the Department of Homeland Security…

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Australian Police Commissioner Thinks Metadata Should Be Used to Prosecute Pirates

Australian’s, are you a little bit afraid that your metadata details could be used to prosecute you in a court of law? Well, a new and in-depth interview with the Australian Federal Police Commissioner has revealed…

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Get An Invite into Google’s Inbox App – Be Quick

So you’ve probably heard about Google’s new Inbox application, it’s a new cross-platform app that works for Gmail. Inbox automatically highlights important emails, allows you to sift through them with a clean and intuitive interface and…

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GeForce 344.60 WHQL Driver Releases with Launch of “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare”

If you’re playing the latest instalment of Activision’s Call of Duty on an NVIDIA card, it might be time to once again update your drivers. The company has just released its GeForce 344.60 “Game Ready” drivers, which come…

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YouTube Launching Streaming Music Service, Ad-free Video Subscription a Possibility

Are you ready for YouTube’s music streaming service? The cats been let out of the bag by YouTube’s CEO Susan Wojcicki during a recent interview. Wojcicki told re/code that the company had been working on the music…

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Comcast and Verizon Lowered Speed to Cogent below 0.5Mbps

New detailed measurements have been released displaying exactly how much throttling of traffic was done by major US ISP’s Comcast and Verizon through to Cogent – a backbone operator of Netflix traffic. As almost everyone in…

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Google Constructing a Play Store for Project Ara

It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything about Google’s ambitious fully modular smart phone; Project Ara. The cell-phone can be chopped, changed and modified according to the users desires and specification needs. Reports are swirling that Google’s…

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Elon Musk – Artificial Intelligence is Akin to ‘Summoning the Demon’.

Telsa CEO and SpaceX founder Elon Musk believes artificial intelligence (AI) is like summoning the demon, and that humanity should tread with caution. We all know the AI apocalyptic novels and movies – with robots and artificial life taking…

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Australian ISP asked to Hand Over Customer Personal Information over BitTorrenting

‘Not Our Kind Of Club’ is the stance Australian ISP iiNet is taking against American studio Dallas Buyers Club LLC – which asked the service provider for sensitive customer details of those it suspected infringed copyright…

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Microsoft Killing Off Nokia Branding, Calls it Microsoft Lumia

The brand the world over once knew as the biggest mobile phone manufacturer on the planet is gone. After Microsoft’s recent acquisition of the company, reports are swirling that Redmond is about to make the death of…

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Google Updates Search Algorithm, Demotes Piracy in Favour of Legal Content

We’ve all been told time and time again that the internet has the capacity to be the Wild West of all digital content, potentially harming the back pockets of media groups and movie studios. Google today…

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Apple Wants Cheaper Streaming Deals from Record Labels

With Music streaming services taking the world by storm – Apple’s iTunes is after more than a decade losing a sizeable chunk of ground to competing services. Spotify and Pandora, among others are all in the hustle…

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Disney Renders Its New CGI Film on a 55,000-Core Supercomputer.

Prepare your CPU’s – the new bad boy in computer animation processing has arrived at Disney’s studio – a 55,000-core monster supercomputer, and it’s pumping out over 400,000 high level computations per day. What’s it currently at…

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Google and ASUS Opened up Nexus Player pre-orders Before Having FCC Certification

Just last week Google launched their bevy of new Nexus oriented devices, which included their new approach on tackling the TV – the Nexus Player. It’s basically a slick new TV media and entertainment hub that…