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FlipSide – Gaming Controller Case for Iphones

Posted August 29, 2014 by Jack

If you love playing games on your iphone and realize that your finger is covering your viewable areas, this product will be a great solution. The FlipSide gaming controller case allows you to play games on your iphone using buttons rather than playing on the screen itself, giving the players a much greater viewing area […]

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Ipad 3 Released!

Posted August 23, 2014 by Jack

As with the previous iPad, the new iPad starts at $499 with 16 GB of storage for a Wi-Fi model, or $629 to get cellular Internet access. It will be available on March 16. Apple Ipad2 will not be removed from shelves but will be sold for $399 for the 16GB Wi-Fi version.

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Sony Launches Playstation Vita in Japan

Posted August 18, 2014 by Jack

Sony has released the Playstation Vita in Tokyo, many line ups has been seen during the morning of the release date. Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. is predicting brisk sales, even though the launch may have missed some holiday shoppers. In terms of the casual gamer and consumer, Sony faces increasing competition from smartphones, tablets, and […]

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Apple Plans To Use Hydrogen Batteries That Lasts for Weeks

Posted August 8, 2014 by Jack

Apple plans to use hydrogen in the batteries in order to increase the amount of electricity it can hold. Its estimated to be able to hold a charge for several weeks. Using hydrogen based batteries will help us get rid of our current bulky ones and also will be better for the environment by replacing […]

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Xbox One Update Preview

Posted July 14, 2014 by Jack

Later this month Xbox One will have a few new features available to its audience. Xbox One has been catching up with Sony ever since the launch of the next gen systems due to the decisions made by department heads that infuriated and confused gamers leading up to the launch. Last night, Microsoft put out […]

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