Monthly Archives: January 2013

What does Sony have planned for ‘Game Day 2013?’


The game company has posted a 16-second teaser video promoting Game Day 2013, and it might just relate to God of War. Sony has set the gaming world abuzz with a teaser video promoting “Game Day 2013” on February 1.

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Apple Reportedly Working On A New iPad 4 – A 128GB Model Perhaps? (Update)


[Update:  Apple says it’ll begin selling a 128-gigabyte version of the fourth-generation iPad next month, providing a new option for customers seeking more storage.]  Do you want an iPad with more memory? Perhaps 128GB worth of books, apps and movies?

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Posted in iOS, iPad, Product Rumours

BitTorrent Unveils “Sick” Sync Service


BitTorrent reveals its new file synchronization service, simply called BitTorrent Sync, and asks people to help build something “sick” — the good way, we presume.   Among the modern ways to transfer files from one computer to another, you can

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From Today, Unlocking Your Phone is Illegal


The practice of unlocking cellphones without carrier permission so you can use a device with another network will be illegal starting today, Jan. 26. The new law, which applies to devices purchased from today, came about in October when the

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Sony Launches Newly Designed PS Store, Is Privacy And Spam Protection Guranteed?


Sony has officially launched its new Sony Entertainment Network online store in the U.S.A, which means U.S citizens can now buy games, add-ons, movies, and more for their PSP, PS Vita and PS3 right from their favourite web browser. So,

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Pakistan Bans COD: Black Ops 2 and MOH: Warfighter for Showing Country In Bad Light


Two popular video games “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” and “Medal of Honour: Warfighter”  have been ordered to be removed from store shelves in Pakistan, after shop owners there complained that the games portray their country as an incubator

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Would You Eat a 3-D Burger?


We’ve seen 3-D printed organs for medical purposes, 3-D buildings for living purposes, so why not     3-D burgers for eating purposes? A U.S Company, Modern Meadow is just trailing that. According to their website, these days numerous problems

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iPhone Continues To Account For More Than Half Of All U.S. Smartphone Sales


Kantar, a researching firm, has released a report saying that iOS continues to be the top selling smartphone platform in the U.S. with a 51.2 percent market share for sales during the 12-week period ending on December 23, 2012. Kantar also

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3-D Printer To Print World’s First Full-Size Building


A Dutch architect sets to work creating a two-story “Landscape House”… built entirely from a 3D printer. Many of us have seen 3-D printed iPhone Cases,dinosaur models and what not. But this is the first we’ve seen or heard of

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Nicolas Cage – Just Another Internet Death Hoax Victim


Recently, many major news companies were reporting that Nicolas Cage had died as a result of a snow-boarding accident. The truth he is fine. He was just another internet death hoax victim. Global Associated News claimed that Cage died in

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