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Limited Edition Metal Gear Solid V PS4 lands in Europe in September

Limited Edition Metal Gear Solid V PS4 lands in Europe in September

The PS4 has been around long enough that pretty much everyone who wants one has one. That doesn't mean there isn't a market for a new limited edition device though and a new one is heading to Europe in September. This limited edition console is to go along with the game Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. In addition to landing in Europe, gamers in Australia and New Zealand will be able to get hands on it on September 1.

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Facebook Messenger’s first game is called Doodle Draw

Facebook Messenger’s first game is called Doodle Draw

Many Facebook users weren't happy when Facebook took away the integrated chat function of the normal Facebook app and made users download a second app for chat. That app is Facebook Messenger and today Facebook has expanded the available options for fans of Messenger to spend time checking out together. The first true game available for Messenger has launched and it is called Doodle Draw.

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SpaceX GoPro shows the calmer side of a rocket launch

SpaceX GoPro shows the calmer side of a rocket launch

The forces exerted on a rocket during launch are incredible. The vibration, G forces, and friction that go along with firing off into space are very hard on equipment and people. However, once the rocket slips out of the Earth's atmosphere, things are suddenly calm and serene. This SpaceX footage is a perfect example of the serene part of a rocket launch.

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OWC USB-C dock for MacBook users hits pre-order

OWC USB-C dock for MacBook users hits pre-order

Mac fans who use a MacBook notebook and carry that machine between the office and home or other locations know that you often need a lot of things connected to your Mac like printers, keyboards, and eternal monitors. It can be a hassle having to plug and unplug all those devices when you move between locations frequently. The best way to streamline that process is by using a docking station.

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Stanford computer processor uses moving water drops

Stanford computer processor uses moving water drops

Two things that don’t mix well are computers and water. Spill a glass of water on your notebook and odds are you will be in the market for a new notebook. Normal computers rely on electricity to power all the magic inside the processor to make the computer do what you want it to from playing games to crunching numbers for your budget.

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Facebook ditches plan to send satellite into space

Facebook ditches plan to send satellite into space

Many of the major tech companies that rely on the internet for users to take advantage of their service are focused on getting people online in areas where broadband is traditionally lacking. Getting the next billion internet users online is a big area of focus for Google. Facebook is also interested in getting as many people online as possible. The more people who use the web around the world, the more users Facebook gains and the more revenue it can potentially generate.

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GE’s ecoROTR wind turbine has a dome for increased efficiency

GE’s ecoROTR wind turbine has a dome for increased efficiency

There are a huge number of wind turbines in use around the world. Here in the US a large number of wind turbines stand tall in and around a small city called Tehachapi located on the edge of the Mojave Desert in California. The majority of the wind turbines standing in the city all look the same. GE has a new experimental wind turbine being tested that has a very different look.

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Abu Dhabi police get Lykan HyperSport for patrol fleet

Abu Dhabi police get Lykan HyperSport for patrol fleet

Odds are that many of you have never heard of the Lykan HyperSport. It's a very rare and exotic car with only seven examples in existence. In fact, about the only place you might have seen this car was in Fast and Furious 7, this car jumped between buildings in that film. The Lykan HyperSport is hailed as the first Middle Eastern supercar.

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Fallout 4 is too advanced for PS3 and Xbox 360 tips source

Fallout 4 is too advanced for PS3 and Xbox 360 tips source

If you are a gamer looking forward to the highly anticipated next installment in the Fallout franchise who isn’t on a PC or next generation console, start saving your money. Word has come from a Bethesda community lead that the next installment in the franchise, Fallout 4 is so advanced that it won't come to the Xbox 360 or PS3 game consoles. The game is simply too advanced according to the source.

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Mars solar conjunction will cause spacecraft communications to degrade in June

Mars solar conjunction will cause spacecraft communications to degrade in June

Every 26 months Mars ends up behind the sun when seen from the perspective of Earth. That means that while the Red Planet is behind the Sun, communications between the spacecraft on and orbiting the planet will be diminished. The phenomenon is known as the Mars solar conjunction and leads to disrupted radio communications between the planets. To prevent any garbled communications between Earth and Mars from causing potential harm to spacecraft, communications are stopped temporarily.

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