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GTA: Liberty City Stories finally comes to Android

GTA: Liberty City Stories finally comes to Android

Have you ever been sitting in the middle of gridlock traffic, and wishing that you could just rev your engine and plow through some cars to get to where you're going? Well, now you can do that, without actually causing chaos in the streets. You can just pull out your phone on the bus, and get transported to Grand Theft Auto's Liberty City on your Android phone.

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Sending your iPhone back in time will unsurprisingly brick it

Sending your iPhone back in time will unsurprisingly brick it

While some iPhone owners are already dealing with bricked devices from the dreaded "error 53" issue, another issue has been discovered that if users aren't careful, could leave their phone unusable after a simple change of the date. The hive mind on Reddit has found out that any iOS device with a 64-bit processor will be left bricked if its date is set to January 1st, 1970. We're going to warn you that from here on out, you really shouldn't try this with your own iPhone, unless you enjoy some serious troubleshooting at the Apple Store.

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Kanye West reveals video game about his mom going to heaven

Kanye West reveals video game about his mom going to heaven

It was almost a year ago exactly when hip-hop mega-star Kanye West made a passing comment during a radio interview about making his own video game. It's something that most of us probably never expected anything to come of, but we should've know Yeezy would stay true to his word. At a launch party this week for his new album, The Life of Pablo, West revealed the first look at his game, which is about on his late mother ascending to heaven.

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Facebook Messenger might get SMS back, multiple accounts soon

Facebook Messenger might get SMS back, multiple accounts soon

Of the myriad instant messaging services out there, Facebook Messenger is perhaps the most common and, therefore, most taken for granted. It doesn't usually make it to the headlines, except for the few times it manages to piss people off. Or gets an experimental and frighteningly smart feature. Or goes down, which is when people realize how embedded it has been in their digital lifestyles. Some changes, however, might be coming again to Facebook Messenger that could put it back in the spotlight, starting with the return of SMS.

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Runkeeper app bought by shoe-maker ASICS

Runkeeper app bought by shoe-maker ASICS

One of the growing trends in the world of mobile app acquisitions is for sportswear companies to grab up apps that provide some sort of fitness tracking and social sharing features. This trend can be seen in Adidas' purchase of Runtastic, Under Armour's acquisition of MyFitnessPal, and the latest being ASICS buying Runkeeper. Jason Jacobs, CEO of Runkeeper, made the announcement in a post on Medium, although the amount of money involved was not disclosed.

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Popular NES “shooter” Duck Hunt gets an unofficial VR remix

Popular NES “shooter” Duck Hunt gets an unofficial VR remix

Back in the days of the NES (Famicom in other parts of the world), there were already shooting games. But not quite like the FPS titles of today. With the limitations of technology back then, most of those games were limited to billboard and arcade types of gameplay. But at least they had a (light) gun! One of the most popular to hit the cartridges was Duck Hunt. With the new dawn of virtual reality, it just seemed fitting to give an homage to the title, which is exactly what New Jersey Institute of Techonology student Joseph Delgado did.

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Apple “Error 53” class action suit moves forward

Apple “Error 53” class action suit moves forward

If you are, an iPhone user with a device that supports touch ID you may have heard about the "Error 53" issues earlier this month. If you want the full low down on Error 53, check out our story detailing exactly what is going on. Error 53 affects people who have repaired their iPhone using third party parts. During an iOS update, these parts fail one of the checks that Apple performs and results in the entire iPhone being bricked and unusable.

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2016 Youth Olympic Games viewable in VR glory

2016 Youth Olympic Games viewable in VR glory

We have all heard of the Olympics before and know that the games come around every few years. What you might not know is that there are also Youth Olympic Games and for 2016, those games are being held in Lillehammer, Norway. These games might not be on TV and you might not get to travel to Norway to watch, but you can watch the games in a very cool and unique way.

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AT&T gets its 5G gear ready for testing this year

AT&T gets its 5G gear ready for testing this year

Our data networks will soon be even more crowded and congested. There was already a surge in data usage the past few years, thanks primarily to smartphones and tablets. In the upcoming years, not only will the number of devices connected to the Internet rise thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT), the volume of traffic will also increase due to 4K videos and virtual reality. To prepare for all of that mess, carriers are plotting their next gen network technologies. AT&T, for its part, will be putting its eggs in the 5G basket and will start its testing phase this year.

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Star Kart mixes Mario Kart with Star Wars

Star Kart mixes Mario Kart with Star Wars

If you love Star Wars and Mario Kart, you will like this mash up of the two. The mash up is a fan made video that was created by Dark Pixel. The short YouTube movie reportedly took a year to make and the finish makes it look like a professional film. The places the characters in the film race are right out of Mario Kart.

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