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Free HBO from Verizon

Free HBO from Verizon

Customers know that when free viral deals are dangled before their eyes it is either too good to be true, or there is a catch. The catch here is that ultimately the service will not be free going forward. Account or credit card details will still need to be processed in the meantime. However, there’s a twist in the tale. This offering is for thirty days on a trial basis. If internet surfers don’t like what they see they can always cancel. The best news is that there is very little not to like about HBO and its popular premium content…

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Satoru Iwata; RIP

Satoru Iwata; RIP

Nintendo gaming fans are mourning the death of Satoru Iwata, who died after a game battle with cancer. He was 55. Along with the mourning, there was much praise for this man’s great life. Staff and players of Nintendo games are sharing stories on the contributions the former CEO made to the video gaming industry. The best CEO’s have a passion for the work they do and a love of the things they build and sell. Satoru Iwata went beyond the call of duty. It is worth quoting in full one of his famous quips; “On my business card, I am…

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PlayStation Network down for many once again (updated)

PlayStation Network down for many once again (updated)

After being down for hours, Playstation is up and running again. During downtime, gamers lost access to Sony’s online services. Many users should have been sleeping or working anyway. Sony has been sleeping, though. Apart from games, there are important reasons for having ready access to Sony’s online services which also affect customer’s personal bottom lines. It was only after numerous complaints were laid at the door of Sony’s engineers by die-hard gamers that the Japanese company decided to do maintenance work. So, when that happened, gamers were inevitably prevented from accessing their favourite games. The landing page correctly explained…

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iOS update enables live music via Apple Music and Beats 1

iOS update enables live music via Apple Music and Beats 1

Apple had promised that it would provide an app exclusively for music soon. Well the iOS 8.4 update is here and it comes with some welcoming news. The iOS will now allow iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users to download unlimited music to their devices. This app comes with the Apple Music streaming service. The one feature all Apple users missed was the radio. This update also provides a radio which is functional 24/7 via live streaming. The radio service on the iOS is called Beats 1. The app enables users to download their favorite tracks, rate songs and artists,…

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Xbox and PlayStation to launch new games

Xbox and PlayStation to launch new games

Sony and Microsoft are all out to lure users into their respective gaming consoles. Both the companies attended the annual E3 conference with a view to give users a glimpse of some of the latest games both the brands have in store. While Xbox seems to be taking over the market, PlayStation is also in no mood to slow down. Microsoft announced that the new Xbox One consoles will come with a backward feature. This means the new consoles will support all Xbox games which had been designed for older Xbox consoles including the Xbox 360. Xbox games such as…

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‘Fallout 4’ trailer released

'Fallout 4' trailer released

There’s good news for avid gamers out there. The long wait for ‘Fallout 4’ has finally come to an end. Bethesda Softworks announced that they will be releasing the game on Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC. Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 owners however, will not be able to play this game since there will be no versions for these consoles. The release date for ‘Fallout 4’ has not yet been announced, but the company has already released trailers of the game for users to check out. Bethesda Softworks is expected to let out some more information about the game…

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Microsoft introduces new Xbox One with 1TB storage and new controller

Microsoft introduces new Xbox One with 1TB storage and new controller

Microsoft has unveiled a new model of its popular gaming console, with upgraded 1TB hard disk, double the amount of what the current console model is offering. The new model also comes with few new things including a new Xbox One controller with a 3.5mm stereo headset port. According to Microsoft, the new Xbox One 1TB model will launch next week with a slightly new design that includes matte finish on the top instead of the glossy finish found on the previous model. Previous Xbox One was also available with 1TB storage, but it was only available through a special…

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Google Play Games updated

Google Play Games updated

Google launched the Google Play Games app in 2013. This app was welcomed by Android users who loved gaming. There were a number of users who switched from iOS to Android just for the Google Play feature. Since the launch, Google has been constantly focusing on how to improve the services in order to keep gamers hooked on to the app. For the first time ever, Google Play launched the tutorial in December with a view to enable more users to take advantage of the app. It had also launched a number of new features. Along with some visible changes…

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“Attack on Titan” game gets new trailer; release date, price, and purchase bonus revealed

“Attack on Titan” game gets new trailer; release date, price, and purchase bonus revealed

Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains, a well-played game based on the popular anime and manga series is coming out with its new phase Nintendo 3DS. A new trailer, which was launched recently, gives a good glimpse of the new characters of the game. The new version of the game is projected to be released on the 12th of May 2015, and is slated to be priced at or around $39.99, as announced by Humanity in Chains publishing. The trailer is already gathering a lot of positive reviews. The trailer takes the viewers on a journey into the world of…

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Night Terrors: A horror and nightmare inducing game

Night Terrors: A horror and nightmare inducing game

Night Terrors is the latest battle oriented survival fear infused game that is sure to convert your house into a “fearsome horror land”. This is a mobile game primarily and the developers have used technology to project the game as close to reality as possible. The game is engraving and proposes to scare the gamers into fearing blood curdling characters and demons of the game, as if they have come to life in their homes. Bryan Mitchell, who is the developer of this exceptionally scary game intends the game to be so genuine and convincing that gamers would be terrified…

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