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Nvidia's special PC gaming event is a big success
Nvidia has played a big role in the gaming industry for quite some time, helping out Sony with the GPU portion of the PS3 during the last console generation. This cycle, however, the large graphics card corporation is sitting things out, as both the PS4 and the Xbox One are using AMD components.
As such, Nvidia has doubled down on the PC gaming sector, positioning itself as one of its key backers. Besides launching new graphics cards, the company is also investing heavily in the celebration of the PC as a gaming platform.
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Parody religions are about asserting personal freedom, rebelling against well-established systems of beliefs
Earlier this week, I got to write about some woman in Oklahoma, US, whose driver’s license photo shows her wearing a spaghetti strainer on her head.
The woman, named Shawna Hammond, says she put the kitchen utensil on her head for her very special photo shoot at the local DMV not because she wanted to make the news, but to attest her affiliation to the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.
I must admit that, at first, I thought that Shawna Hammond’s story was – how should I phrase this so as not to sound too butch vocabulary-wise? – whate...
Amazon introduced a lot of new things this week
This week was a very busy week for Amazon, that pushed out a bunch of new products and updated versions of current devices.
Accused of neglecting its Kindle business as of late, Amazon struck back with a lot of fresh stuff. For starters, the retail giant pushed out a new Kindle, the Voyage eReader, which arrives with touch sensors for turning pages.
In an interesting twist, Amazon seems to be pushing towards the homogenization of its tablet and smartphone business under the Fire name.
The Kindle moniker will still be used for the company’s eReaders and high...
The first-person shooter lacks the soul that kept people interested in the most successful MMORPG ever created
What if Activision used all the resources it poured into Destiny to promote World of Warcraft?
It's a simple question that has pretty deep ramifications when you think about it. World of Warcraft is the most successful game the company owns, and has raked in billions since its release.
What's more, the game came out 10 years ago, and it defined a genre. While not the first entry in the massively multiplayer online role-playing game arena, it's definitely the most influential, by far.
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The title might no longer appeal to old fans
Microsoft has bought Mojang for 2.5 billion dollars (1.74 billion Euro) and that means Minecraft is now in the hands of the company which created the Xbox One and the 360, a move that will probably affect the gaming industry for a long time to come.
Rumors about the transaction had been flowing for a few days before the official confirmation, and both companies have stressed the fact that the indie title will not be removed from any platform in the coming months and will continue to get access to new content and updates.
Markus Persson, aka Notch, and the other founders of Mo...
City administration switching to Linux is not really an issue for Microsoft if they plan to release a free Windows OS
Microsoft seems to be losing ground in various cities around the world in a fierce fight against open source and Linux, but is it really?
I would have expected for Microsoft to put up more of a fight before losing the support from various city administrations around the world, but that isn't the case. Sure enough, the losses are not all that big for a company like Microsoft. Not having several tens of thousands of machines with Windows is not a big problem in the grand scheme of things, it's more like a PR issue.
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The singer gets caught in a concert photo in a pose that proves her “anaconda” is fake, despite what she might have said
Most people out there who are not up to date with the ins and outs of the current music industry, the people who just pick up on new music on the radio while on their way to work, will tell you that Nicki Minaj came out of nowhere in the charts but that she's now an easily-recognizable figure.
The main reason for that is her ample posterior, though the word “ample” does not suffice anymore. We would use such a word to describe Jennifer Lopez's posterior (remember when JLo's body was all the rage?), but the same one can't apply to Nicki Minaj's posterior, be...
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