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Mar 22
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Draw Something creators, OMGPOP, bought by Zynga

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Matt

Now, we’re going to presume that you’ve heard of that insanely popular game that’s been getting all sorts of publicity recently. It’s called Draw Something, for those of you who have been living under a rock for the last month or so. Well, Draw Something now appears to be owned by Zynga, who have bought out the pictionary-styled game’s creator OMGPOP.

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Mar 22
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Will the Samsung Galaxy S3 feature wireless charging?

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

With the Samsung Galaxy S3 rumours causing quite a stir recently, even more have appeared within the last few days. The latest rumour is that the Samsung Galaxy S3 will feature wireless charging abilities.

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Mar 21
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New iPad overheating issue sees temperatures hit 116°F

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

The latest product launch from Apple has been one of the most successful in its history with over 3 million iPads shipping in the first three days. However, new iPad users are reporting that their iPad is overheating quite a bit.

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Mar 21
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The new Angry Birds Space trailer is here!

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Matt

Angry Birds is one of the most popular smartphone games at the moment, with a monumental amount of downloads totalling over 700 million since its initial release in 2009. Rovio have released the new trailer for Angry Birds Space ahead of the March 22nd release, check it out below.

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Mar 21
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Shanghai Store Patent awarded to Steve Jobs

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

Despite the unfortunate passing of Steve Jobs last October, Apple Co-Founded Steve Jobs has been awarded a new patent, which relates to the recent design of the Shanghai Apple Store.

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Mar 20
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TweetDeck working on “Cutting Edge” Android application

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

TweetDeck have recently confirmed that they’re working on some cutting edge applications for both Android and iOS. If you can remember, Twitter actually bought out TweetDeck last May for $40 million so we should see some very impressive updates to the iOS and Android apps.

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Mar 20
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Apple have sold three million new iPads in first three days

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

Apple has recently announced the opening weekend sales figures for the new iPad, which went on sale on Friday. Apple remained very secretive for most of Monday morning, however they revealed that a staggering 3 million new iPads had been shifted, in just three days, later that day.

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Mar 20
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BBC iPlayer finally arrives on Xbox LIVE

Published in Gaming News, News, Technology News | Written by Matt

With the likes of Sky Go, 4oD and LOVE FiLM already featured on Xbox LIVE, it was only a matter of time before the BBC iPlayer finally joined up. What’s really great is that it is completely free to use and doesn’t require a Gold subscription at all!

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Mar 20
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Call of Duty Elite making its way to iPad and Android

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Matt

Thanks to the extremely popular mobile version of Call of Duty Elite, for iOS and Android, a tablet version is now in the works according to Activision.

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Mar 19
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Dr Dr I Have iPad Shoulder…

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Rhys

Technology seems to get lighter, smaller and easier to use, but this has caused the problem of neck and shoulder injuries. Leading shoulder and RSI doctor, Tony Kochhar, sees more than 20 patients a week for the ‘iPad Shoulder’. ‘Holding the tablet lower down means users have to gaze downwards more sharply. This is increasing the pressure on their joints’, says Kochhar.

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