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Megan Bailey

Megan Bailey is a true journalist, but it wasn’t easy for her to find her true calling. She worked in a PC service all throughout her college and not she is using her hardware and software skills to write technology articles. The thing she loves most about her job is being able to keep tech lovers up to date with the recent trends.

Quantic Dream’s Beyond: Two Souls Is To Come Out on PS4

"Ellen Page an Willem Dafoe"

More big news from Sony, as the IT titan is going to bring two very big titles to their newest console. Fans all over the world are excited, as Quantic Dream’s Beyond: Two Souls is to come out on PS4 early next week. The interactive drama/supernatural thriller will be available on PS4’s PlayStation Network starting November 24, for $29.99. Whoever ...

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PS2 Backwards Compatibility Will Soon Be Available on PS4


Great news for Sony fans worldwide, as PS2 backwards compatibility will soon be available on PS4. This information was brought to light after the release of a recent Star Wars bundle for the PS4, which included some old PS2 games. Great, right? They just remade them, some of you more skeptical readers might think. But, as it turns out, they ...

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Skype Video Calls Are Now Saved in the Photo Gallery

The online communication platform has recently announced that the service has upgraded its Android application to its 6.11 version for saving Skype video calls. The development delivers a series of new options that improve the entire client experience, and some of the more significant enhancements are the features that allow saving all video messages transmitted via Skype. Microsoft’s Internet communication system created ...

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Free the Music in You with Android’s Stagelight


A new app from Android has hit the market, allowing all users to start learning and making music. So are you ready to free the music in you with Android’s Stagelight? The app, useful for anyone, no matter how experienced or inexperienced they are with music, can provide a useful tool for both experienced and inexperienced musicians alike. It comes ...

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Crytek Releasing a New Dinosaur Island Demo on Steam


Life, uh, finds a way. And so does virtual reality. Or, it most definitely will, with Crytek releasing a new Dinosaur Island demo on Steam. For free. Yes, you read that right. Right now, you can go on Steam, and if you own a virtual reality set, like Oculus Rift, you can enjoy the full experience of Crytek’s Back to ...

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Carnegie Melon Denies Accepting Payment from the FBI


Being accused of having hacked the Tor project in exchange for receiving payment from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Carnegie Melon denies accepting payment from the FBI for the attacks. The Tor network is a volunteer group focused on providing their clients with increased internet security and anonymity. They employ proxy servers in order to hide their users, and also ...

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LG Smart TV Will Soon Run Google Play’s Movies and TV

The LG Smart TV is planned to receive Google Play’s feature with TV shows and films and it means that people who have such a top device will own a new system to stream videos and other media material on their gadgets. Google Play’s Movies and TV feature starts with its implementation in LG’s collection of web operating platforms, intelligent TVs or ...

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Facebook Releases a New Donation Option

Facebook is launching a new version of its charitable donation option with financial transactions that will be made straight on the social platform’s site, according to the organization’s professionals. The company also presented a new device that it has called “fundraisers”, a type of modular expansion of a team’s Facebook page that it can contain conversations about a specific cause, show ...

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The iPad Pro Means a Different Device to Different Users

To many users immersed into the OS ecosystems the iPad Pro is an immediate competitor for the latest Microsoft Surface Pro, but actually, the two products are trying to become laptop alternatives for different reasons. The iPad is developed for the informal customer, a person who does not want a fully optional computer during the day. This is not the ...

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App Prices to Be Lowered by Google in 17 Countries

"Android Market"

Great news for the roughly 1.5 billion Android users around the world, as the multi-national giant declares app prices to be lowered by Google in 17 countries. Well, not exactly. The prices themselves will not be lowered by the enterprise, as the developers are allowed to set their own. What will be lowered is the minimum price for which an ...

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