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iBrick SC215ML rugged mobile computer aims at extreme environments

iBrick SC215ML rugged mobile computer aims at extreme environments

Putting a computer in a car or other vehicle isn't always as easy as simply throwing a laptop in the car, especially if the machine is to be used for work. In work environments for field workers, military, and transportation a normal notebook computer in the vehicle isn't likely to last long. A company called Small PC Computers has unveiled a new rugged PC aimed specifically at in-car use.

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EverQuest Next Landmark heads to Closed Beta

EverQuest Next Landmark heads to Closed Beta

This week at GDC 2014, the team at Sony Online Entertainment behind the game EverQuest Next Landmark have let it be known that they’re leaving Alpha mode. After having been in Alpha for some weeks, the game is officially ready to take on Closed Beta mode, a much more (hopefully) stable environment where users will have an experience much closer to what the delivery of the final product will bring. This release will begin on March 26th.

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Titanfall NVIDIA GameWorks boosts bring 4K support, TXAA, HBAO+

Titanfall NVIDIA GameWorks boosts bring 4K support, TXAA, HBAO+

This week at GDC 2014, NVIDIA announced that they were working with Respawn Entertainment to bring on a number of GameWorks-centric enhancements to Titanfall in the immediate future. While many top-tier games work with NVIDIA before the release of their titles, it would appear that this move is happening after-the-fact. Better late than never - this release will have upgrades that bring what NVIDIA promises will be "the best game experience possible" in all arenas.

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Titanfall Xbox 360 release delayed to April 8th

Titanfall Xbox 360 release delayed to April 8th

Though we’d originally been informed that the Xbox 360 version of Titanfall would be pushed at the same time as the Xbox One version, then that it’d come a bit later in March, now it’s headed for April. This change has been made due to the Bluepoint Games development of the game not being entirely perfect before launch, moving the launch from March 25th now to April 8th. The PC (through Origin) and Xbox One versions of Titanfall have been available since March 11th, 2014.

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Sonos app reborn: search tracks across platforms

Sonos app reborn: search tracks across platforms

There’s a new Sonos controller app out there this week, one delivered for users to take command of their local audio from their smartphone with ease. This app is updated with a new design and extra-simple interface, a new universal search feature, and an update period of "this spring". Android users can test the app today, supposing they’re OK with the Beta state of the software.

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Steam is down (again), it’s not just you

Steam is down (again), it’s not just you

If you’re a regular Steam user, you may have noticed that this gaming network has been down a bit more often than usual as of late. Having seen issue just this past week and here now again not a week later, it would seem that a recurring issue must be at fault. And it’s not a scheduled maintenance point, if that’s what you’re thinking.

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NVIDIA responds to OnLive game streaming with GRID

NVIDIA responds to OnLive game streaming with GRID

At the beginning of this month, the game streaming crew at OnLive brought about a sort of rebirth for themselves, launching a service called CloudLift to allow top-tier games to be streamed remotely. They included such titles as The LEGO Movie Videogame and Batman: Arkham Origins, and generally came across as impressive in our OnLive CloudLift Beta hands-on right off the bat. But what about their biggest competitor - NVIDIA GRID?

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DC Comics Infinite Crisis multiverse Open Beta begins

DC Comics Infinite Crisis multiverse Open Beta begins

If you’re all about the multiple-universe action pushed in the DC Comics Infinite Crisis comic series - or you just like free Open Beta games in general - today there’s a MOBA you’re going to want to peek at. This game goes by the name Infinite Crisis (of course), and has been released by the developers at Turbine and distributed by the folks at Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. You’ll be able to play this game - provided you’ve got the prerequisite powerful PC - right after you hit the download button.

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