Author Archives: Chris Scott Barr


Guitar Hero’s hardest song makes a comeback

If you're a fan of the Guitar Hero series, there is one song that will no doubt make your finger hurt, just from thinking about it. Through the Fire and Flames by DragonForce is easily the most difficult song to master in the entire series. And soon you'll have a chance to prove yourself once again in Guitar Hero 5.

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Nintendo is looking into VR

We already know that VR is going to be a pretty big thing on PCs. Sony is working on PlayStation VR, and Microsoft has Hololens, but what about Nintendo? The company that loves to change the game with new technologies has been strangely quiet on the VR front.

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Listen to Carl Sagan’s Pale Blue Dot speech in Grand Theft Auto

If you've never had the chance to watch the original Cosmos with Carl Sagan, then I highly recommend giving it a watch. In fact, I suggest watching any of Carl Sagan's work, as it is not only fascinating, but he has a voice that you can listen to for hours. His most famous speech is The Pale Blue Dot, in which he describes how small our seemingly vast world is, in comparison to the rest of the universe. One Sagan fan decided that the speech needed to be updated in the world of Grand Theft Auto.

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Comcast begins rolling out gigabit cable connections

Google has been working hard to roll out gigabit internet in various parts of the US. When they first announced the endeavor, many people thought that it was more or less a way to get other ISPs to step up their game and offer higher speeds at lower costs. Well, it's at least partially working, as Comcast is prepping to roll out their fastest cable internet speeds ever, in select locations.

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World of Warcraft gets an artifact fishing pole

World of Warcraft is famous for many things. Most notably, it's the most successful MMO that has existed. What it's not know for is how much fun its fishing profession is. The main reason for that is despite having been around for the entire span of the game, it is arguably the most boring thing that you can spend your time doing.

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Rocket League comes to Xbox One this month

I've personally never been much of a fan of soccer, whether it's watching it on TV, or playing it in a video game. However, developer Psyonix realized that what the sport needed was a bunch of rocket-fueled cars to liven it up. The game has been limited to the PC and PS4, however, that will be changing very soon.

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Some Android phones can be hijacked via WiFi, Google releases fix

Generally, if you stay away from malicious sites, and don't click any strange links that are sent to you, you're going to keep your computer or phone pretty safe. After all, for an attacker to actually accomplish anything on your device, they need a way in. Well, on some Android phones, just being on the same WiFi network as your attacker can give them everything they need.

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Facebook updates News Feed to weed out clickbait

If there's one type of story in my Facebook feed that will get me to unfollow a page, or use the “hide post” feature, it's a clickbait title. Basically anything with “one trick” or “you'll never believe number 4!” in the title gets removed from my feed. Well as it turns out, I might not need to keep doing that much longer.

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