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 Either you’re one of 250 million monthly Imgurians, or you probably have no idea what Imgur is. But those who are part of the addictive image-sharing community know there’s been one feature...

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Milner’s investment in Facebook and Twitter have now been linked to Russian owned companies. A new trove of documents called the Paradise Papers confirm Yuri Milner’s connections to the...

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Amazon Studios has been looking for a way to duplicate HBO’s success with Game of Thrones, and the company may have found a solution: adapting J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings into...

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Nitrome has published some fantastic pixel-based games in the past with their releases of Gunbrick, Rust Bucket, Redungeon, and 8bit Doves. That’s why it is no surprise to see that their latest...

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We’ve had quite a few mobile games based on pop singers (Britney Spears, Katy Perry), but not as many based on bands and definitely not a game based on a legendary rock band such as KISS. KISS Rock...

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Check Point researchers warn that criminals could turn vacuum cleaners and dishwashers from LG into equipment for espionage.  Researchers at IT security company Check Point have found a security flaw...

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The vast majority of Nitrome’s output strikes a chord with me, as their App Store releases tend to epitomise the characteristics of mobile gaming that I absolutely adore. Their games normally have...

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Over the course of the last few Android versions, Google has seemingly struggled to decide on exactly how some of the quick settings options should work. Some are simple toggles, some bring up extra details...

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The second season of the critically-acclaimed Netflix drama series, Stranger Things, is about to hit the shelves tomorrow and the hype is already building up. So much so that one guy has made an AI-powered...

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Researchers at Purdue University have developed a soft sensor toolkit that could pave the way for more tactile wearables. Tragically dubbed "iSoft," the thin, rubbery device reacts to...