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HTC One M8 Google Play Edition detailed: duo camera intact

HTC One M8 Google Play Edition detailed: duo camera intact

Right on top of the HTC One M8 being revealed this week in full, officially, the company has made clear they intend to continue releasing Google Play Edition devices. What’s unique about this release - as opposed to the HTC One code-named M7 from 2013 - is that it’s got some API code HTC is providing Google to make its camera setup work in Google’s vanilla Android build. The camera, as you may already know, is not one, but a set of two on the HTC One M8’s back.

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Xbox One Titanfall bundle aims to match PS4′s success

Xbox One Titanfall bundle aims to match PS4′s success

The one person benefitting from ‘price wars’ is you, the end consumer, which is why we are happy to report that both Walmart and Best Buy are reportedly selling Microsoft’s Xbox One and Titanfall for $450; a nifty $50 slashed off the combined price of both these individually purchased products. Yes, the bundle is sweet but may not give Sony’s PlayStation 4 sleepless nights; read more to find out why.

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iPhone 6 to retain 8-megapixel camera: here’s why that’s OK

iPhone 6 to retain 8-megapixel camera: here’s why that’s OK

Supposing you’re the sort of person that purchases a smartphone because it has all the newest specifications - biggest and therefor best, that is to say, you may not be happy about today’s iPhone 6 rumor. It’s suggested by sources speaking with AppleInsider that there will - once again - be an 8-megapixel sensor on the iPhone. That’s the iPhone 6, arriving later in 2014, with an 8-megapixel camera on its back.

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DualShock 4 light dimming coming in PS4 software update

DualShock 4 light dimming coming in PS4 software update

Earlier today during GDC 2014, a bit of miscommunication was left on the playing field as it was reported that the PlayStation 4’s DualShock 4 controller would be able to have its light turned off in a future firmware update. As it turns out, an interview between Shuhei Yoshida, President of Worldwide Studios, Sony Computer Entertainment, and Geoff Keighley from GameTrailers resulted in "dimming" the light being changed to "turn off" the light by mistake. In fact the future software will allow the controller to have its light dimmed, not turned off entirely.

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EVE: Valkyrie PS4 gameplay hands-on with Project Morpheus

EVE: Valkyrie PS4 gameplay hands-on with Project Morpheus

This week at GDC 2014 we’ve been given the opportunity to have our first peek at the outer-space-based EVE title called EVE: Valkyrie for PlayStation 4. While before this week it appeared that the title would be restricted to the PC with Oculus Rift for virtual reality flight, this week Sony revealed that this exclusive was not restricted quite so harshly - we’ll see this high-flying VR title hit Project Morpheus when it’s ready for PlayStation 4 as well.

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SmartMio fitness wearable jolts the body with electricity

SmartMio fitness wearable jolts the body with electricity

This week the folks behind SmartMio are aiming to bring some extra in-depth fitness tracking to the public. They’ll be doing this with EMS, or Electrical Muscle Stimulation, also known as Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation or NEMS. In practice, this means that the SmartMio device won’t just be on your person, it’ll be attached to your body, sending nerve impulses "to engage your muscles during a workout."

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