Author Archives: Chris Scott Barr


Comcast raises data caps to 1TB for all customers

Comcast raises data caps to 1TB for all customers

For a long time, data caps have been an issue for many people. With more and more people choosing to cut the cord and ditch cable in favor of streaming media, data caps that once seemed generous are feeling smaller and smaller. But if you’re a Comcast customer that has been worrying about their 300GB caps, today is your lucky day.

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Amazon at fault for in-app purchases by children, judge rules

Amazon at fault for in-app purchases by children, judge rules

We’ve all heard the horror stories. A parent lets their child play with a phone or tablet, only to find that their little darling managed to spend a large chunk of money on in-app purchases. Depending on just how much money was spent, this can be a pretty big problem. But the real question is who is to blame for this happening? A judge today ruled that when it comes to Amazon’s apps, they’re the ones at fault.

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Android users can soon pay for Netflix with Google Pay

Android users can soon pay for Netflix with Google Pay

Netflix hasn’t exactly had the best year so far. Since they announced their intention to block customers from accessing content using VPNs, they’ve had a lot of backlash. They’re still rolling out a lot of new original content, which is keeping customers on board, however. Today they’ve announced that customers will have a new way to pay for their subscriptions, which should make Android users happy.

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Fractured VR: Will exclusive titles kill VR before it takes off?

Fractured VR: Will exclusive titles kill VR before it takes off?

Exclusive titles are nothing new to the world of gaming. Man fan-favorite games are only available on one console or another. One of the biggest reasons for this is due to the fact that they're first-part titles, meaning that Microsoft, Sony, or Nintendo is behind the game's development. We all accept these exclusives, because that's just the way it's always been, and each company has the right to use their first-party titles to sell their hardware. But now this issue is affecting a new area of gaming: VR.

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Intel wants to kill your smartphone’s headphone jack

Intel wants to kill your smartphone’s headphone jack

We've heard rumors for months about Apple ditching the audio jack on the iPhone 7. While we won't have confirmation on those rumors until Apple formally announces the phone, there are other players out there that also want to see the death of the port. The latest one is Intel.

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John Romero teases us with another new map for Doom

John Romero teases us with another new map for Doom

While John Romero was something of a legend in the 90's, we haven't heard too much from Doom's co-creator in a while. Then late last year he teased us with a new Doom level (yes, for the original game) with a promise that something big was coming. Then, on Monday, he and another of Doom's co-creators launched a Kickstarter for Blackroom, a new FPS that promises to be another game changer. Now he's dropped another surprise on us.

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Fallout 4’s Creation Kit is live on PC, coming later to Xbox One and PS4

Fallout 4’s Creation Kit is live on PC, coming later to Xbox One and PS4

People have been modding Fallout 4 on the PC since it was first released. Despite not having the official tools from Bethesda, they've found ways to add full dialogue options, lightsabers, and much more. If you thought there were a lot of mods before, then prepare yourself for a whole new level of modding.

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Uncharted 4 copies hijacked in transit, Sony warns against leaked spoilers

Uncharted 4 copies hijacked in transit, Sony warns against leaked spoilers

Yesterday should have been the release date for Uncharted 4: A Thief's End (well, one of the release dates, at least). However, last month, Sony announced that it would be delayed until May 10th. This naturally upset many fans, some were so upset that they pulled off a heist to steal copies of the game while they were in transit to retailers.

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Tweeting could cost jurors $1,500 under a new California bill

Tweeting could cost jurors $1,500 under a new California bill

I'm the kind of person that gets on Facebook a few times a day, just to check up on the lives of my friends and family that I don't get to see very often. However, some for some people, social media is a deeply integrated part of their life, that they can't seem to go without for more than a short period of time. If you're one of those people, and you happen to get selected for jury duty, then you might find yourself having to pay a hefty fine.

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WISP is a computer powered by radio waves

WISP is a computer powered by radio waves

Regardless of what it does, every gadget you own needs a power source. Your phone needs a battery and a charger, your computer needs to be plugged into the wall, and so on. But what if you didn't have to worry about power? Well one new gadget needs nothing more than radio waves to keep it powered.

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Blizzard responds to Nostalrius server takedown

Blizzard responds to Nostalrius server takedown

Earlier this month, a very popular WoW server was taken offline. The server was named Nostalrius, and it was ran by a group of fans, who wanted to offer the same original vanilla World of Warcraft experience that many of us experienced when we first started playing the game. Many users have cried out, asking for an explanation, and asking that Blizzard offer some sort of similar experience.

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FilmStruck is a new streaming service for film buffs

FilmStruck is a new streaming service for film buffs

If you've grown tired of the big streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon, then you'll be happy to know that there is about to be yet another contender in the increasingly-crowded video streaming space. And this one is targeted straight at cinephiles.

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