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BBM “Find Friends” feature added for iOS and Android

BBM “Find Friends” feature added for iOS and Android

Just in case you're having trouble finding friends using BlackBerry's own BBM on your iPhone or Android device, BlackBerry has added a feature called "Find Friends on BBM" to the mix. This update allows the user to detect all the friends you've got in your contact list (harvested from your phone) that already use BBM. Doing this allows you to quickly choose who you'd like to connect with by sending them a unique PIN code.

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AllCast live: stream to Chromecast, Apple TV, Xbox One

AllCast live: stream to Chromecast, Apple TV, Xbox One

This week the app known as AllCast has gone (once again) fully live, ready for the Chromecast world first and foremost now that the Google team behind development for the device has released an official Chromecast SDK. This means software developers of all kinds can work on apps that integrate streaming abilities with the Chromecast hardware while the hardware remains up for sale by Google. The AllCast app was one of the first to take advantage of the Chromecast device's abilities before Google was technically ready to allow 3rd party app developers roll forth.

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Pebble appstore for smartwatch goes live for iPhone users

Pebble appstore for smartwatch goes live for iPhone users

Pebble's appstore for its smartwatches has gone live, arriving in an update for the iOS Pebble app and with an Android version due "very, very soon" the company says. Currently stocked with more than 1,000 apps and watchfaces - though expected to become the main hub for all of the company's third-party developers to release their software through - the appstore is split into six app categories, spanning notifications through fitness and games.

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PlayStation 4 February releases begin with horror

PlayStation 4 February releases begin with horror

The first in a (relatively short) series of releases for PlayStation 4 this month will be the horror title "Outlast." Spoken extremely highly of in its first release on the PC, this game has been called scary in a rather ridiculous way. Here we're also going to see it release for free - just so long as you're a PlayStation Plus subscriber, of course.

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PlayStation App updated: Live Video, no more awakening

PlayStation App updated: Live Video, no more awakening

This week the folks at Sony have updated the Android and iOS PlayStation App, bringing about closer connections with the live video universe straight away. Under the guise of a smaller update, this app push allows the app itself to become a controller above and beyond that of the normal tap-whilst-awake unit it was before. Now you'll be able to do things like set up a download without needing to wake your PlayStation 4 up.

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Intel AppUp app store finally put to rest

Intel AppUp app store finally put to rest

After almost four years of existence spent mostly on ignominy, Intel is shuttering its customized AppUp app marketplace that probably very few know about. The official statement is that the company wants to focus its resources on platform innovation, but it's not hard to see some business common sense coming into play as well.

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Halo 5 release tipped for November 2015, “beta” this winter

Halo 5 release tipped for November 2015, “beta” this winter

One massive amount of insider knowledge on the Xbox One - and Halo specifically - has been dropped over the past several hours, some of it involving hardware, some of it coming in on the software side of things. What we're going to do here is break it all down as simple as possible, and what you're going to need to do is take it all with a grain of salt. The source does appear legitimate, but there's always the chance of a break in the chain of trust.

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