Author Archives: Craig Lloyd

Craig has been writing and blogging since 2008, and his love for technology goes back much further. Aside from his deep and passionate love for writing and playing around with gadgets, he enjoys watching/playing baseball and getting his hands dirty with DIY projects.

Oculus Rift “Share” platform arrives as central hub for games and demos

Oculus Rift “Share” platform arrives as central hub for games and demos

The Oculus Rift has been available to developers for quite some time now, and it's been out in the ether long enough that there are plenty of demos and games that have been made, but there's no central place to get all of these fine creations, until now. Oculus has launched Share, a new app store-like platform that brings all of the games and demos together in one place for users to download.

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Grand Theft Auto V achievements uncovered, some require GTA Online

Grand Theft Auto V achievements uncovered, some require GTA Online

It was only a matter of time before we would see the achievements for Grand Theft Auto V being uncovered, and they've now been posted online for hungry GTA fans to look over and plan their gaming time accordingly, especially for those completionists out there looking to get all of the achievements under their belts.

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JOBS movie tanks on opening weekend

JOBS movie tanks on opening weekend

The JOBS movie starring Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gad has been one of the most anticipated movies over the last several months for tech enthusiasts, but it seems the film didn't fare well with movie-goers and critics alike. The movie only brought in $6.7 million during opening weekend in North America.

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Oppo R819 arrives with 4.7-inch display, 8MP camera, Jelly Bean

Oppo R819 arrives with 4.7-inch display, 8MP camera, Jelly Bean

You may not be too familiar with Oppo, and they may not be as popular as some of the big guns like Samsung or HTC, but they're definitely putting up a fight against the big guys, as the Chinese phone maker announced the R819, which comes with a 4.7-inch 720p display, an 8-megapixel camera on the back, and comes stock with Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean.

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Samsung Galaxy Mega arriving in the US this month [UPDATE]

Samsung Galaxy Mega arriving in the US this month [UPDATE]

It's been a little while since Samsung initially announced the Galaxy Mega lineup of phablets, but now that they've completed their rollout in Europe, the company is bringing the oversized 6.3-inch smartphone to US soil this month, coming to all major carriers except for Verizon and T-Mobile, currently.

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HTC Beats partnership reportedly being dissolved

HTC Beats partnership reportedly being dissolved

HTC and Beats Audio have had a loving relationship for a while now, but it seems the premium headphone company wants out of the deal after hardly seeing any positive results from the partnership. The partnership involves a 25% HTC stake in Beats, but the audio company is reportedly wanting to buy the stake back.

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Call of Duty: Ghosts PC version said to outperform next-gen consoles

Call of Duty: Ghosts PC version said to outperform next-gen consoles

It's long been a solid argument by PC gamers that PC hardware can always outperform consoles any day, but the lack of focus on PC games by developers has lead to a bottleneck of sorts, where studios are simply porting console games to PC without optimizing it to use PC hardware to its fullest extent. However, Infinity Ward says that won't be the case for Call of Duty: Ghosts.

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JOBS movie coming to Netflix next year

JOBS movie coming to Netflix next year

The JOBS movie starring Ashton Kutcher is seeing a theatrical release today, allowing the general public to finally see the highly-anticipated film on the big screen since being teased with it constantly for the past several months. However, if movie theaters aren't your thing, JOBS will be coming to Netflix next year in the spring.

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Xbox 360 sales reach dismal low, still the best-selling console in the US

Xbox 360 sales reach dismal low, still the best-selling console in the US

The Xbox 360 is on its last legs before the Xbox One officially launches in November to take over the throne, but Microsoft's current gaming console is still the best-selling console in the US right now, claiming 31 straight months of being on the top of best-selling list, surpassing the PlayStation 3 and the Nintendo Wii U.

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Verizon HTC One officially arriving next week

Verizon HTC One officially arriving next week

We've seen a lot of dates getting thrown around recently about when we might see the Verizon-ified HTC One, but the carrier has officially confirmed that HTC's flagship handset will be available online and in-store starting on August 22, which is less than a week away from today for those counting down.

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Games for Windows Live marketplace closing next week

Games for Windows Live marketplace closing next week

Microsoft has decided to shut down its Games for Windows Live marketplace, with the official axe arriving next week on August 22. This means that PC gamers will no longer be able to purchase games from the Games for Windows Live store. However, the client software itself will remain unaffected, and any previously purchased games will still be valid and playable without a problem.

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Razer Tartarus gaming keypad arrives for ergonomic PC gamers

Razer Tartarus gaming keypad arrives for ergonomic PC gamers

It's been awhile since we've seen a new gaming keypad, but Razer is insistent on keeping up with the fad. The company just announced the Tartarus, which looks to be the successor to the ever-popular Nostromo keypad, but comes with a few more keys and Razer says that you get a lot of bang for your buck with this new gaming keypad.

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