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Temple Run 2 Tips & Tricks

Want to run further than ever in Temple Run 2 and achieve higher scores? In today’s guide we are going to list some of the tips & tricks that will help you in this quest. Let’s get started, shall we? Did you know that you can get free coins right before you even start running? We will tell you how. ...

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LG Google Nexus 5 vs Samsung Galaxy Grand 2

Released back in October 2013, the LG Google Nexus 5 quickly became  popular because of its general good specs and affordability. The device is considered to be the best in its price range, on the other hand the Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 comes at a pretty high cost. Samsung is known for releasing high-end quality smartphones but is a Grand ...

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Apple EarPods updated with heart beat rate sensors and more

Apple is trying to improve every single device that the company has been building in the past years and now they are also trying yo improve accessories. That is a very good thing, but taking into consideration the quality of the classic white ear buds, we are a little bit skeptical looking at the updated version called EarPods. Of course, ...

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A successor to the Moto X seems to be in the works

While the Moto X hasn’t gained as much popularity as some of the other handsets, the device did receive some praise for some of its features, especially its durable design. Although the Moto X is not considered to be on par with smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy S5 or the HTC One M8, the device is still pretty decent ...

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Oculus Rift developed with technology stolen from ZeniMax

The Oculus Rift VR headset that was acquired by Facebook for $2 billion has quite an interesting story behind it. John Carmack reportedly stole technology that was crucial in the development of the Oculus from ZeniMax Media back when he used to work for them. He is best known for his work on Doom, Quake and Wolfenstein, and is considered ...

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Nvidia is auctioning a unique gaming PC for charity

Nvidia has teamed up with Falcon Northwest in order to create a unique high-end gaming PC that’s being auctioned on eBay as we speak. Once the auction ends, all the money will go to the Philip Scholz Memorial Foundation and will be used for charity, the foundation’s website explains. “Your donations to Phil’s Foundation will be used to provide scholarship opportunities ...

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Android games you should try!

When it comes to Android games there’s a lot to choose from. With new titles popping up all the time it’s hard to keep track of the best ones. We will try to list some of the best Android games for you to choose from. The following games are not listed in any particular order so you can put away ...

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LG G3 new images and specs leaked

There has been a lot of talk about the LG G3 lately, the device will only be released later this month but we already know a great deal about it. Until recently, most of the information we had was based mostly on rumors and a couple of blurry pictures. Two more images have surfaced on the Korean website Seeko which show the ...

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Sony’s 185TB Magnetic Tape – The storage device of the future

Many of us used magnetic tapes to record or listen to music on our cassette players. By today it became outdated with the invention of the optical data storage devices. Few of us know that tape drives were developed in the 1950’s for large data storage and are still in use today. The Large Hadron Collider still uses magnetic tapes for massive data storage. ...

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