Author Archives: Chris Burns

Chris Burns is currently head editor for SlashGear and executive editor for Android Community. Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Chris Burns responsible for editorial decisions made for the USA-based day-team of SlashGear and sister-site Android Community. Follow him on Twitter @ t_chrisburns and inside Google+ at http://chrisburns.co/+ for tech, gadget, and design news galore.

Nokia Lumia mystery phone leaks with new camera

Nokia Lumia mystery phone leaks with new camera

Someone with access to Nokia devices behind-the-scenes appears to have made a move in leaking their latest Lumia model this week. The device appears relatively massive, ready to bring at least a 4.5-inch display to the party, possibly in an effort to tac on a new generation in the Nokia Lumia 820 lineup. That’d make this a Nokia Lumia 830.

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4th of July gaming: Transformers MMO goes Open Beta

4th of July gaming: Transformers MMO goes Open Beta

Starting tomorrow, Transformers Universe will go from Closed to Open Beta for the whole world. Users like yourself will be able to head to the Transformers Universe webpage, sign up, and jump in within the day. What’s excellent about this game beyond the fact that you can transform into a vehicle to travel from place to place is that this game works for both Windows PC and Mac!

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Fox News rips off BioShock Infinite logo

Fox News rips off BioShock Infinite logo

Whoever’s responsible for graphic design on "Fox & Friends" is not having a good day. This designer appears to have used a rather familiar source for their design of a "Defending the Homeland" segment marker as it looks rather familiar to a game we've played recently. The game: Bioshock Infinite. The design: main logo - typography, stars, colors, and all.

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Minimum Early Access: ditching graphics never looked so good

Minimum Early Access: ditching graphics never looked so good

Inside this third-person shooter multiplayer game you’ll find a stripped-down masterpiece. Developed by Human Head and Atari, this game conveys a sense of grandeur the likes of which we’ve never seen done with such flat surfaces. It’s online, it’s played from a third-person perspective, it’s got RTS and RPG elements, it’s blocky, and its out in Steam Early Access. This is Minimum.

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Hodor app sends Hodor instead of Yo

Hodor app sends Hodor instead of Yo

Those of you flabbergasted at the idea that an app like "Yo" made a million dollars in funds from investors due to its super-simplicity will be super excited about Hodor. This app is almost exactly like Yo, but instead of Yo, you’ll be messaging your friends with the name "Hodor." You’ll just be saying "Hodor," and that’s it.

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