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The Pirate Bay raided, shut down by Swedish police – and it may never return

Share This article The Pirate Bay has been raided by Swedish police and shut down — possibly forever, according to its co-founder Peter Sunde. According to some initial reports coming out of the Sweden, Stockholm police seized computers and equipment ...

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The future of extreme e-sports: The gamepad that draws blood every time your character gets hit

Share This article In a rather chilling case of dystopian sci-fi made real, some Canadians have created a modified Xbox gamepad that draws blood from your arm every time your in-game character takes damage. According to the gamepad’s creators, the ...

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This tiny $100 box lets you really feel the bass, even using headphones

Share This article We don’t experience music solely with our ears — we have the capacity to sense it all over our bodies. Feeling the bass thud in your chest at a concert or at a movie theater is a ...

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Alienware’s knockoff Steam Machine finally ships, but it’s not the gaming PC you’re looking for

Share This article There was a lot of hype surrounding the impending launch of Valve’s Steam Machine platform, but much of the excitement dissipated when the first wave of machines were delayed until 2015. Now, Alienware is going in alone, ...

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Assassin’s Creed Unity for the PC: Benchmarks and analysis of its poor performance

Share This article Over the last couple of days we’ve discussed Assassin’s Creed Unity’s poor reviews, bugginess, and the Xbox One’s surprising lead over the PS4. Now, it’s time to take a closer look at the PC version, and to ...

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Samsung’s phablet-powered Gear VR launches in December for $200

Share This article Earlier this year, Samsung announced a brand new virtual reality headset, by the Gear VR. Made in partnership with the team at Oculus VR, this clever headset uses a Galaxy Note 4 to power the virtual reality experience, ...

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Sony reveals PlayStation Vue, a multi-platform cloud-based TV service

Share This article Sony’s PlayStation 4 is enjoying a massively successful first year, flipping the PS3’s dismal launch script around. While the PS4 is enjoying more success than the PS3 did, the PS3 still has one distinct advantage over its ...

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is running at a bizarre resolution on the Xbox One

Share This article It’s that time of year again! The smell of gun powder and Doritos is in the air, and that can mean only one thing: Call of Duty. After the disappointing next-gen debut of Call of Duty: Ghosts ...

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare disables Share Play on the PS4

Share This article If you were hoping to play your friend’s copy of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare with Share Play on the PS4, I’ve got some bad news for you. Sony’s game-sharing feature, introduced recently with the 2.0 firmware, ...

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Watch out: If you installed the PS4 2.0 firmware update, don’t use Rest Mode

Share This article Remember the big PS4 2.0 firmware release that shipped earlier this month? Well, it turns out there is a bug in this update that can prevent the PS4 from waking properly from Rest Mode (i.e. hibernation, sleep). ...

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