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ConNooga 2015: Awesome Cosplay at ConNooga 2015!!

We hit the floor today at the Con to check out all of the sweet cosplay that was going on today. Here’s just a few of the awesome cospplayers at this years Con! If you see yourself shout us out ...

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YouTube Music Key: A New Streaming Service

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year or two, you’ve no doubt heard of services like Spotify and Beats Music. These streaming services have done well for themselves by offering unlimited streaming of a wide variety ...

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Amazon’s Fire Phone

Yesterday founder and CEO of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, took the stage at a press event to announce the newest member of their “Fire” line of products, the Fire Phone. Speculation and rumors had been flying around for some time that ...

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Special – WWDC 2014 Podcast

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadWe wrap up the immense amount of new info regarding iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite from today’s WWDC 2014. Enjoy!

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WWDC 2014 – Live Blog

Follow along as we cover Apples WWDC 2014 Keynote live! Feel fee to comment and join in the conversation as well!

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YouTube to Acquire Twitch

Gamers love Twitch, and Twitch loves gamers. The video game streaming service is so popular among gamers that it’s peek traffic surpasses Facebook, Hulu, Amazon, Pandora, and Tumblr. But that level of popularity has become a double-edged sword for Twitch ...

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Game of Thrones is Written on a DOS Machine

Game of Thrones is a hugely popular franchise right now, both in print and television. If you’ve ever gone to a book store and looked at any of George R. R. Martin’s works you know they are very lengthy, some ...

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Twitter Adds “Mute” to Mobile App

If you’ve used Twitter’s free app on Android or iOS sadly you’ve been missing out on some of the features that third-party creators have included in their apps, for example the ability to “mute” users. The first time I heard ...

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Crowd Funding Concerns Come True

The State of Washington has become the first state to file a consumer protection suite involving crowd funding. In October 2012, Nashville, TN based Altius Management raised more than $25,000 on Kickstarter for Alysium – a card based game designed by ...

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Bill Gates No Longer Microsoft’s Largest Shareholder

While Bill Gates’ name may be synonymous with Microsoft, the company’s founder is not the largest shareholder any more. On Aril 30th, Gates sold 4.6 million shares of his stock, leaving a remainder of 330.1 million shares. Steve Ballmer hoarded ...

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