Archive for Mar 27, 2013

James Bond test drives the new 2014 Range Rover Sport

James Bond test drives the new 2014 Range Rover Sport

In order to show off what a beast its new line-up of Range Rovers is, Land Rover enlisted the help of Agent 007 himself in order to show off its beauty and its power. James Bond, or Daniel Craig, drove the 2014 Range Rover Sport all the way from a Brooklyn Shipping Yard to the stage of the James A. Farley Post Office at the 2013 New York Auto Show. The entire drive was streamed live to all the eager James Bond fans on the internet.

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OUYA partners with MakerBot to bring DIY 3D-printed cases to gamers

OUYA partners with MakerBot to bring DIY 3D-printed cases to gamers

OUYA gaming consoles may already be set to launch starting tomorrow, but that isn't stopping the company from adding more features. OUYA and MakerBot have announced a partnership that will see the release of the 3D design files for the console’s case. The template and the specs for the OUYA's case has been made readily available, which means that anyone with a MakerBot 3D printer will be able to make their own case for the gaming console.

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The Wolverine International Trailer revealed: a future in Japan

The Wolverine International Trailer revealed: a future in Japan

It's time drop a couple of claws into the first full-length trailer for The Wolverine, the next chapter in the Hugh Jackman saga surrounding one of the most wild characters in the Marvel Comics universe. Here in this series of revelations (otherwise known as SPOILERS) we find Wolverine, also known as Logan, living further into the future than we've yet gone with Marvel on-screen thus far. We see there that his hero is offered thanks from a man whose life had been saved by Wolverine, offering him a gift for his generosity.

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Nintendo Wii U update coming in April

Nintendo Wii U update coming in April

Nintendo has heard its Wii U gamers loud and clear: the Wii U's loading times are pretty slow, but the company has announced that an update for the console will be arriving next month, but they just can't hold back their excitement for the update, so they have released a video showcasing the speed improvements of its new console.

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Internet slows as historically unprecedented cyber-battle ensues

Internet slows as historically unprecedented cyber-battle ensues

This week you may well have thought your connection to the internet was slowing down - in fact you would be right, and it's not just you! According to security specialists Spamhaus, a multi-national group based in both London and Geneva, there's a war going on outside no one is safe from. The beastly battle between Spamhaus and a supposed nefarious web host by the name of Cyberbunker have resulted in what the former says is a global internet slowdown.

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Australian store charges five dollars per person to “just look”

Australian store charges five dollars per person to “just look”

I can understand retail locations trying to come up with anything they can to help fight the increasing showrooming phenomenon. Showrooming is the name given to the act of seeing customers come into a retail store to look at items and then leave to purchase the goods online at a lower price. This problem is common to all retailers including big stores such as Walmart and Target.

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Battlefield 4 announced, launching this fall

Battlefield 4 announced, launching this fall

It seems like only yesterday when Battlefield 3 was announced and launched, but Electronic Arts has announced that the next installment in the series, Battlefield 4, will be launching this fall. The game will be coming to Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and the Xbox 360. The publisher confirmed, however, that the game won't be heading to Wii U.

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Nook devices to get in-app purchasing soon

Nook devices to get in-app purchasing soon

Barnes & Noble subsidiary Nook Media LLC, which is a leading retailer of digital media and educational products, has announced a new feature is coming soon to the Nook line of tablets and digital readers. The devices will soon be getting in-app purchasing options thanks to a partnership with a mobile payment provider called Fortumo. The new feature will allow app and game developers to sell premium digital content to millions of customers via the Nook Store.

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