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Fallout Shelter Might Not Be Released On The PS4

As it stands Bethesda’s Fallout Shelter exists on a variety of devices. This includes iOS and Android on the mobile front, and recently it found its way onto the Xbox One and Windows 10 via the Xbox Play Anywhere feature. So the question is, what about other consoles such as the PS4? Will it see […]

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Twitter posts big earnings miss for Q4 2016 despite users growth of 4%

Twitter reported fourth quarter earnings today that well short of analysts despite a modest uptick in monthly active uses. The said fourth quarter revenue was $717 million, well below analyst consensus forecast of $739.97 million, though up from the $710.5 million the company reported in the same quarter one year ago. The company said it had 319 million […]

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Cloud security startup Evident.io raises $22 million led by GV

Evident.io, which offers security services for public cloud infrastructure provider Amazon Web Services (AWS), announced today a funding of $22 million. The round was led by GV (formerly Google Ventures). The Pleasanton, California-based startup offers customers two versions of its product — a software as a service (SaaS) for regular users, and a private SaaS, […]

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Chinese bitcoin exchanges says to strengthen scrutiny of customers, sources of funds

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China’s three largest bitcoin exchanges said on Thursday they will strengthen oversight of customers’ identities and sources of funds, in a bid to curb market speculation and prevent activities such as foreign currency exchange through bitcoin.

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How Native Advertising Influence the Effectiveness of Your Ad Campaign

The established paradigm of the modern digital advertising market is currently undergoing major changes. Advertising in the form of paid media used as the instrument for building company’s recognition, branding and sales increase, shows a steady downtrend at present. As the competition gets fiercer, the budgets inflate advertisements clutter every available space across the entire […]

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Overwatch’s Next Character Could Be ‘Doomfist’

Developers and publishers these days are no longer able to just push out a game, sit back, and rake in the cash. Instead these days they are expected to continuously introduce updates and new features to keep the game fresh and exciting, and in Overwatch’s case, this includes new maps, new game modes, and new […]

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Blizzard Announces Valentine’s Day Event For World Of Warcraft

Every year without fail Blizzard launches a special event in the World of Warcraft when it comes to Valentine’s Day, and 2017 is no exception as Blizzard has announced that the event is now live. It will run from the 7th of February, which was two days ago, and will run up until the 21st […]

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Fire Emblem Heroes Now Reported To Have Made $5 Million

According to a report last week, it was revealed that Nintendo’s latest mobile efforts Fire Emblem Heroes is pulling in the big bucks. It reportedly earned Nintendo $2.9 million on its first day, and now it seems that a new report has revealed that the game has actually made $5 million within its first first […]

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Android 7.0 Nougat Now Installed On 1.2% Of Android Devices

Last year in December, the Android stats revealed that as far as the latest version of Android was concerned, it was only installed on a measly 0.4% of Android devices. This is despite the fact that Nougat has been made available for a while already, and that competing platforms such as iOS were well over […]

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Moto Edge Mod Will Bring LED Strips To Your Moto Z

LED notification lights aren’t new. In fact many companies have included it in their phones in the past, although for the most part they have been rather subtle in nature. However an Indiegogo campaign for a Moto Mod called the “Edge” wants to change that by giving your Moto Z handset an LED light strip. […]

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