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XCOM: Enemy Unknown hits Android devices

XCOM: Enemy Unknown hits Android devices

Fans of the XCOM game franchise on consoles will be glad to hear that one of the games in the franchise is now available for Android gamers. XCOM: Enemy Unknown is now on Google Play for download on select Android devices. 2K and Firaxis games says that the game will be coming soon to the Amazon Appstore as well. Enemy Unknown allows gamers to oversee combat strategies and individual unit tactics.

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Panasonic to install 4K display at Churchill Downs measuring over 15000 sq ft

Panasonic to install 4K display at Churchill Downs measuring over 15000 sq ft

Sports arenas all around the world are known in part for their large screens that make it easy for fans to keep up with the action. Churchill Downs, the horse racing park where the Kentucky Derby is held, has announced that it has teamed up with Panasonic to install what is being called the "Big Board." Big Board is a massive 4K display that Panasonic claims will be the world's largest.

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Toshiba Canvio AeroMobile SSD wirelessly stores data from smartphones

Toshiba Canvio AeroMobile SSD wirelessly stores data from smartphones

Toshiba has announced a new storage product called the Canvio Aeromobile Wireless SSD. The new storage solution has a SSD inside for improved data read and write speeds when on the go. In addition to being used for storing files and backing up data from smartphones or other devices, it also supports the ability to stream and share files without having to use cables. Toshiba aims the drive at people who want to offload files from their smartphone, camera, or tablet.

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Bing for Schools exits beta and goes into use with thousands of schools

Bing for Schools exits beta and goes into use with thousands of schools

Last summer Microsoft announced that it was beginning work on a new version of Bing that was aimed at schools called Bing for Schools. The idea for Bing for Schools was to provide a somewhat sanitized version of the Bing search engine that would help insulate kids using computers at school from content that they shouldn’t be able to see. Microsoft started with a small pilot program for Bing for Schools that had operated in five schools.

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