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‘Super Smash Bros.’ 3DS Demo Available in U.S. Nintendo eShop Today

‘Super Smash Bros.’ 3DS Demo Available in U.S. Nintendo eShop Today

North America will finally be able to at least get their hands on the new Super Smash Bros for 3DS starting Friday, September 19, 2014, in the form of a demo. The demo has already been played by those with Nintendo club Platinum membership and those in Japan, but until now the game had not put into […]

Google Glass App Developed in Switzerland to Aid Paramedics [Video]

Google Glass App Developed in Switzerland to Aid Paramedics [Video]

A post-doctoral student at the University of Applied Sciences (HES-SO) based in Sierre, Valais, Switzerland has developed a new app for use with Google Glass which will aid paramedics by allowing them to interact directly with specialists at the hospital. This will save the paramedics immeasurable time in helping patients at the scene. Antoine Widmer […]

Cloud Security Still Ephemeral

Cloud Security Still Ephemeral

After the event known around the world as “The Fappening,” computer users have come to the realization that their cloud security is as ephemeral as its namesake. Lack of two-factor authentication, internal security vulnerability and even the behaviors of individual users have been blamed. leaving users wondering if cloud storage is even safe. Users can […]

‘Metal Gear Solid V – The Phantom Pain’ Releases Jungle Footage [Video]

‘Metal Gear Solid V – The Phantom Pain’ Releases Jungle Footage [Video]

Metal Gear Solid V – The Phantom Pain appeared at the Tokyo Game Show with creator Hideo Kojima to show off brand new jungle footage and a new character. The mysterious “sexy sniper,” Quiet, was shown with Snake on a mission through a dense jungle during a demo presentation. Other customizable pieces were shown, adding […]

The First ‘Destiny’ Raid (The Vault of Glass) Preparation

The First ‘Destiny’ Raid (The Vault of Glass) Preparation

Yesterday, Tuesday September 16, the clan PrimeGuard finished the first raid to appear in Destiny. Developers Bungie opened The Vault of Glass but warned that it would be a challenge to not take lightly. How serious is it? Bungie said that it is “the most elaborate mission” they have ever created, with the creation of Halo behind […]

Sony Massive Losses Despite Playstation 4 Success

Sony Massive Losses Despite Playstation 4 Success

The Japanese technology and video game giant is in trouble, and the mobile phone division seems to be the culprit. Sony has forecasted a loss of 50 billion yen back in July, but now the figure has grown to a staggering 230 billion yen or about $2.14 billion. The official Sony report attributed the loss […]

‘Super Smash Bros.’ Outsells Destiny in Japan

‘Super Smash Bros.’ Outsells Destiny in Japan

Super Smash Bros. released in Japan a few days after the science fiction shooter Destiny, but still managed to outsell the property by a large margin. Both highly-anticipated titles made huge splashes in completely separate, exclusive markets in Japan, which is encouraging to Bungie and Activision as developer and publisher, respectively, for Destiny. Nintendo, being […]

Minecraft’s Optimistic Future After Microsoft Acquisition

Minecraft’s Optimistic Future After Microsoft Acquisition

As the Guardian Liberty Voice reported yesterday, one of the biggest independent gaming hits of the past decade has been sold to Microsoft for a whopping $2.5 billion. Minecraft is an unusual game that channels the concept of a virtual sandbox, allowing the players to build elaborate structures using differently textured blocks. Atmospheres within the […]

iPhone 6 Pre-Order Sales Already Reach 4 Million

iPhone 6 Pre-Order Sales Already Reach 4 Million

The iPhone 6 has only been available for pre-order for a day and the sales have already reached four million. This is double the number of pre-orders for the iPhone 5 when that was announced in 2012. While this is great news for the company, it could cause problems for customers. The new iPhone was […]

Was Apple Inc.’s Free U2 Album a Good or Bad Thing?

Was Apple Inc.’s Free U2 Album a Good or Bad Thing?

Was Apple Inc’s decision to share U2’s album for free for all iTunes users a good or bad thing? According to the many complaints, it would see that it has been taken extremely negatively. However, the timing could have something to do with that. It was only weeks before this that failures in iCloud security […]

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