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Fallout-Shelter-Review

Fallout Shelter review

In the midst of Bethesda’s first E3 conference, among all the (well deserved) jabs at smartwatches and announcements of a real Pip-Boy for the collectors edition for Fallout 4 was the revealing of Fallout Shelter, yet another way that you can bring your love of Fallout with you wherever you go. Described by Todd Howard as a kind of a ...

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Adobe Design Apps Headed To Android

Adobe’s array of mobile apps—previously available on iOS—has made the jump to Android as well. As reported by Engagdget all of the apps are free and available on Google Play. Those with a subscription to Adobe’s Creative Cloud service “can take advantage of desktop compatibility and cloud storage for all of the stuff created while on the go.” There are ...

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Facebook

Facebook launches Moments today

One great aspect of social media giant Facebook is having all the photos of you and your friends in place. Unfortunately, you don’t always get all of the photos you want. Whether it’s party photos that you were never tagged in or smaller get togethers and the pics just never saw the light of day. Facebook wants to make it ...

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Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons coming to current gen

This holiday season, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons will come to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One as well as mobile devices like Android, iOS, and Windows phones. According to IGN, the remastered version will include “a director’s commentary mode, soundtrack, and a gallery of concept art”. Minor spoilers ahead: Taking place in a fantasy inspired world filled with giants, ...

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Start a “Tavern Brawl” in Hearthstone’s New Mode

That newly added, empty Hearthstone button on the main menu will introduce a new game mode. Tavern Brawl is a new style of game-play in the deck building and dueling world of Blizzard. Announced early on Wednesday on the Hearthstone Blog, the new mode promises to change things up quite a bit with “exciting and unique rules.” Also dubbed as ...

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Twitter-Experiment-program

Twitter brings its “Experiments” beta to IOS

In 2013, Twitter released a beta they called the “Experiment Program” to Android devices. Only those who accepted the invite for the program on their notifications would become part of the beta, which involves getting new builds to Twitter and being able to test them out before they are officially released. While this caused some buggy issues with those that ...

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Roomi app launched today

If you’re looking to get a place in New York and also need a roommate to help pay the bills, then Roomi is the app for you. Launched on Tuesday, June 9th, Roomi not only lists apartments in the area you are looking towards, but also connects you to other people searching for a similar place. Unlike college, however, you ...

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Hearthstone Welcomes Old Friends to the Party

Hearthstone players: pick a card, any card… for $10. Blizzard’s wildly popular Hearthstone sees its fan base grow more and more each month. With over 30 million registered users, it’s easy to see that the game has become a somewhat unexpected success. To answer the call for an expanded roster, Blizzard isn’t going as far as adding new character slots, ...

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Facebook-Lite-launched

Facebook Lite has been announced for Android

Today the largest social media company in the world has just made another step forward with the announcement of Facebook Lite. This application, only available for Android, takes the Facebook experience and cuts it down to its most essential key points, so as to diminish the amount of data being used. The idea of Facebook Lite is not only helpful ...

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Hound

Hound Set To Escalate The Voice Assistant App Game

The developers of SoundHound—an app that identifies music—are gearing up to throw their hat into the voice assistant app ring. Titled Hound, the app has spent nine years incubating. If the video released on Youtube yesterday—called “Hound Internal Demo” for those wanting to see it themselves—is any indicator, it was a lion’s share of a decade well spent. The demo ...

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