Archive | February, 2015

This Week in PlayStation: Sonic Boom

This Week in PlayStation: Sonic Boom

Busy week! New Arkham Knight trailer, Spring Fever 2015 lineup (maybe our best yet!), PS Vita birthday sale, Nash is back in Street Fighter V, Axiom Verge launches March 31st, the Gold Saucer is open for business in FFXIV, Far Cry 4 is getting some cool new DLC, Heists are happening soon in GTA Online, […]

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PlayStation Blogcast 154: I’ve Got a Fever

…Spring Fever, that is! On this week’s show, we gush over the incredible, eight-week lineup of digital games coming to PlayStation this Spring. Also, a killer recipe for chicken thighs, and Nick’s secret(?) crush on the chef who makes them. Subscribe via iTunes or RSS, or download here Stuff We Talked About Spring Fever GDC […]

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GDC 2015: What to Expect

VR is going to be big The Game Developers Conference is taking place just around the corner between March 2-6 and we’ll be in San Francisco covering it. There will, of course, be a bunch of game discussions and demos as usual, but we wanted to approach it from a hardware/PC perspective. Having said that, […]

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IBM Announces it will Reach $40 Billion in Annual Revenue by 2018

“Strategic imperatives” will help reach this goal Last year, we saw some interesting sales and investments by International Business Machines Corp. IBM had announced that it was selling off its chip business, revealed plans to invest $3 billion for semiconductor research and development, and selling its x86-based server business to Lenovo. Now, IBM is …read […]

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VLC Player 2.2.0 is Available for Download

Popular media player just got better When it comes to watching videos on your PC, there are a number of media players out there that can get the job done. But one of the more popular software happens to be VLC Media Player. The open source video player is popular due to its ability to […]

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Actor Leonard Nimoy, Spock of Star Trek, is Dead at 83

He lived long and prospered Today is a sad day, as the universe just lost Leonard Nimoy, the actor best known for his role as Mr. Spock on Star Trek. According to reports, he passed away at his home this morning as the result of end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Nimoy announced last year that […]

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Intel's Next NUC Could Feature Respectable Graphics Performance

Get ready to game on a NUC? Pint sized PCs are a thing now. Not that they weren’t before, but with increasingly faster and energy efficient hardware coming out of Santa Clara, little boxes like the NUC (Next Unit of Computing) are fast becoming viable candidates for primary PC duties. That’s especially true of Intel’s […]

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