We’re streaming The Swords of Ditto today at 2 p.m. PT. This charming top-down rogue-like has early The Legend of Zelda vibes and a unique progression system. We have a few extra Steam codes to give away during our stream.
Microsoft has announced that Discord account integration is coming to the Xbox One, as is Xbox Live integration for the Discord app. This will allow Discord users to see what their Xbox friends are playing.
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Deleting system apps is always a tall order, and cleaning up apps pre-installed by smartphone manufacturers isn’t always possible through traditional methods. That’s why we’re sharing this solution that doesn’t require you to modify your smartphone software or use root permissions!
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The Xbox One April update arrived and it came with a variety of new video and streaming options, including 1440p resolution and the ability to share your controller with Mixer audience members.
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The new ‘God of War’ brings us to the land of Odin and Thor, and takes more than a few liberties with the canonical Norse myths, but in so doing it shows a sharper and truer engagement with the substance of myth than most contemporary culture.
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Borrowing from Valve Software’s unreleased knuckles controller, Pimax revealed a similar peripheral for its upcoming 8K VR headset. It will support all five fingers using thumb, trigger, and grip buttons along with two sensors.
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Jason Calacanis, an early investor in Uber, spearheads a contest to find a service ‘that is actually good for society’
Can Facebook be replaced? The prominent Silicon Valley investor Jason Calacanis, who was an early investor in several high-profile tech companies including Uber certainly hopes so. He has launched a competition to find a “social network that is actually good for society”.
The Openbook Challenge will offer seven “purpose-driven teams” $100,000 in investment to build a billion-user social network that could replace the technology titan while protecting consumer privacy.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 may be one of the most advanced samrtphones ever made, but it can be laid low by a particularly complex shader, according to a report from a British graphical testing company.
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