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    Amazon Doubles Down on Dash

    azon last week announced that it had increased to more than 100 the number of Dash buttons Prime users can install in their homes to replenish supplies of common household goods. Dash buttons — which are available only to Amazon Prime members, for whom they’re essentially free — are connected devices that link to a […]

  • Gears of War 4 Almost Makes Me Regret Buying a PlayStation 4

    With excitement for The Coalition’s Gears of War 4 heating up, one Game Rant writer takes a forlorn look at his PS4 and ponders over making another platform purchase. Microsoft has been pushing exclusive and limited platform releases as huge incentives for the Xbox One in 2016, and it’s hard to disagree. Just this month saw the launch […]

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    Microsoft’s growth mindset is changing the way its products are sold

    Microsoft fans all across the world very much well know Microsoft’s mission statement: to “empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more.” Very much so, it appears now that this mission statement and growth mindset has also left an impact on the Redmond giant’s products and sales strategies. Judson Altoff, President of Microsoft North […]

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    New Features Boost Sharing via Facebook Live

    Facebook on Wednesday announced enhanced Facebook Live video capabilities with additional features to allow members to share live video with friends and family by broadcasting events or sharing video in groups. Users can go live in Facebook groups so that a group of users or friends or family members can be sent specific video feeds. […]

  • Ratchet and Clank Dev Insominac Announces Release Dates for 2 Upcoming Games

    Insomniac Games reveals the release dates for both the Oculus Rift exclusive Lovecraftian horror game Edge of Nowhere and the Metroid-inspired Song of the Deep. Between releasing a brand new Ratchet & Clank game for PS4 and announcing a few new projects, Insomniac Games has been keeping busy this year. The company will stay busy […]

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    Vivaldi Flaunts Its Plus-Size Browser Attributes

    on Wednesday launched the first release of its eponymously named browser. Vivaldi is the brainchild of CEO Jon von Tetzchner, a cofounder ofOpera Software. Aimed at the power user, Vivaldi 1.0 packs in features that were stripped out of Opera 12. However, “Vivaldi is not about a single feature,” von Tetzchner said. “Vivaldi is more […]

  • Windows
    Sonos says no to a Windows 10 Universal app

    Inquisitive Windows users got an answer today from Sonos that put a bit of a damper on the future of a dedicated Windows apps for the multi-room speaker system.According to a forum post on the Sonos Community blog, a representative confirmed that the company has no plans to build a Windows Phone 8 app or entertain […]

  • What Makes A Difficult Game Worth Playing?

    With gamers all over spellbound by the punishing magic that isDark Souls 3, one writer sets out to identify which qualities make these kinds of difficult games enjoyable. It will come as a surprise to roughly no one that my background as a RPG enthusiast has left me ill-equipped to battle through games like the […]

  • Brussels steel summit fails to find answer to oversupply problem

    No breakthrough at gathering of 34 nations as Chinese state news agency says it is ‘lame and lazy’ to blame crisis on China Workers check steel products at a factory in Dalian, China. The UK business secretary, Sajid Javid, said China had recognised its problem of overcapacity. Photograph: China Daily/Reuters The world’s largest steel-producing nations […]

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    Publishers Put Brave Ad-Blocking Browser on Notice

    A group of newspaper publishers last week sent what amounted to a cease-and-desist letter to Brave Software, which offers the HTTPS Brave browser with built-in ad blocking and tracking protection. Brave has offered to let publishers make money off blocked ads by partnering with them “for a lower fee than they pay their third-party data-tracking […]