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Minecraft: Story Mode coming to multiple platforms via Telltale Games

Minecraft: Story Mode coming to multiple platforms via Telltale Games

Minecraft to be published as a five-part story as developed by Telltale Games. This game isn't like other Minecraft releases - it's an adventure. It has a goal, it has dialog - and it's not online. It's made much in the same way the rest of the Telltale Games are made, set to tell you a story rather than sending you off on your own to find your own way. This is the first Minecraft game to be released this way officially - outside the 3rd party "make your own" universe.

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Instagram now storing higher resolution photos

Instagram now storing higher resolution photos

Good news for Instagram fans, or just users who are tired of the social network's small resolution for displaying photos: the service is now storing images at a size of 1080 x 1080 pixels, a big increase over the previous 640 x 640 resolution. Unfortunately, both the mobiles apps and Instagram's website are still displaying photos at the smaller size by default, but it was discovered that the larger sizes can still be found by playing around with the web view's source code.

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Minecraft: Story Mode, Windows 10 Beta coming soon to an OS near you

Minecraft: Story Mode, Windows 10 Beta coming soon to an OS near you

This year's MINECON has just happened, a continuing testament to the culture that has grown and flourished around this unexpected hit game. And to grace this year's momentous occasion, two huge announcements were made. The first, which will delight Minecraft players of all shapes and sizes, is Telltale Games' Minecraft: Story Mode, a version of the Minecraft world with a plot of its own. And heroes, of course. And pigs. The other, which will delight Windows players, is the announcement of Minecraft's first ever Windows 10 version. coming later this month.

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BlueStacks Android emulator officially expands to OS X

BlueStacks Android emulator officially expands to OS X

Following a limited alpha way back in 2012, the Android emulator BlueStacks has officially arrived on Mac OS X. Previously only available on PCs, the free software lets users run any game or app for Android on their Mac, will full support for using a keyboard, mouse, or trackpad. But not only that, the developer say they've managed to make BlueStacks App Player take advantage of Apple's flagship hardware features, such as Retina displays and multitouch gestures.

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Forza Motorsport 6 to feature entire Formula E lineup

Forza Motorsport 6 to feature entire Formula E lineup

Forza Motorsport 6, the latest in Microsoft's flagship racing game series for the Xbox One, is nearing its September 15th release date. Developers Turn 10 said some time ago that the game will feature over 450 cars, but it was only starting at E3 this year that they began to reveal the list. The first 117 vehicles were announced last month, and now another 37 have been added to the list, with the big surprise being that the full lineup of Formula E all-electric racecars.

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New iPods launching July 14th with smaller storage

New iPods launching July 14th with smaller storage

Earlier today several images of new iPod devices were released through the newest update to iTunes. Inside version 12.2 of iTunes - complete with Apple Music - users could find three new colors for the iPod touch, iPod nano, and iPod shuffle. With a slightly more full - or dark - blue and pink as well as a new gold - to match the iPhone and Apple Watch, of course - this new lineup will likely be released to the Apple Store online and in physical shops on the 14th of July.

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Arnold enters VR with Terminator Genisys for Google Cardboard

Arnold enters VR with Terminator Genisys for Google Cardboard

Today the next step in the never-ending Terminator series hits theaters - but before you get there, an experience awaits your smartphone. Today the folks at Specular Theory have a Terminator Genisys full 360-degree video prepared for the masses, created using YouTube Space LA and Arnold Schwarzenegger himself. This is 360 YouTube Chronicles, available to the masses through YouTube today, outside the film. You're going to want to watch this before you head to the movie theater - then you're going to wish that the whole movie was filmed this way.

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Director of new Ghostbusters film tweets first pics of new gear

Director of new Ghostbusters film tweets first pics of new gear

Barring any last-minute problems, we should be seeing a new Ghostbusters movie hitting the theaters in exactly one year, the first new entry in the classic comedy series in over 25 years. The new film, which has been described as a reboot, is directed by Paul Feig and is scheduled to start shooting in the very near future. In an act of letting fans get a sneak peek behind the curtain, Feig took to Twitter this week to reveal the first pictures of the new costumes and the backpack-worn proton packs.

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Acer XR341CK QHD monitor puts curves and FreeSync together

Acer XR341CK QHD monitor puts curves and FreeSync together

There are monitors that are curved and there are monitors with AMD's FreeSync technology. And never twain shall meet. Not unless Acer has something to say about it. Following up on its promise last April, the manufacturer has released a new 34-inch XR341CK gaming monitor which is like the XR341CKA it announced back then, with one crucial difference. This monitor, which is also curved, hides within it AMD's FreeSync technology instead of NVIDIA's G-SYNC. In other words, it tries to deliver the best of all worlds to PC gamers.

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BenQ XR3501 35″ curved gaming monitor launches in July

BenQ XR3501 35″ curved gaming monitor launches in July

BenQ has introduced its new XR3501 display, something said to be the first 35-inch curved monitor targeted at gamers. It features a 2000R curvature and a 144Hz refresh rate, and is joined by a high resolution of 2560x1080 to match the demands of PC gamers. The curved display is promised to “consume” the gamer’s visual field, bringing details into one's peripheral vision. It lends a better experience to certain games like flight simulators and racing games, and will be available starting next month.

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