Author Archive for: ‘Zach Walton’

1971 Disappearance Of Two Teenage Girls May Have Finally Been Solved

The 1971 disappearance of two teenage girls from Vermillion, South Dakota hasn’t been on the public radar for more than 40 years. After all, even the families of the two girls would have given up after not hearing anything for more than four decades. Now those same family members may be able to find closure if remains found this month …

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Watch These Guys Beat Half-Life In Under 21 Minutes

Before 1998, first-person shooters were all about, well, shooting. Half-Life came along in ’98 and changed everything though. Sure, it played a lot like Quake, but it had a story. It wasn’t one of those in your face stories either. It was subtle and left most of the story up to the player to find. In that sense, Half-Life is …

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No Heroes Allowed: No Puzzles Either! Hits PS Vita Today

The No Heroes Allowed franchise has been a big hit since the PSP days with its humorous take on villainy and Dungeon Keeper-esque gameplay. Now the series has returned on the PS Vita in a decidedly different format. Sony announced today that No Heroes Allowed: No Puzzles Either! will be out on PS Vita today. The free-to-play game tasks players …

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Microsoft Office 365 Personal Makes Productivity Even More Affordable

Microsoft Office used to be software that either came with your PC or you had to spend hundreds of dollars just for the base software. Microsoft dumped this sales model a few years ago with the introduction of Office 365 – a subscription service that gave consumers all the perks of Microsoft Office at a fraction of the cost. Some …

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GNOME Foundation Has Run Out Of Money

The GNOME Foundation is one of the cornerstones of the open-source software development community. Not only does the foundation work to create their own free software computing platform, but it also funds outreach programs. As it turns out, those outreach programs combined with some bad bookkeeping has landed the foundation in trouble. The GNOME Foundation announced this week that it …

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Dianna Agron Seen Kissing Her New Boyfriend At Coachella

Dianna Agron was once the mean girl on Glee, but she’s quite the public lover in reality. E! Online reports that Agron was seen kissing actor Thomas Cocquerel at a Coachella party hosted by McDonalds. The web site was able to confirm that they were not just infected by the mood of the party, but are in fact dating. Besides …

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Reviews Are Mostly Positive

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is now in stores and the consumer is left wondering if they should get Samsung’s latest mobile flagship device. It should be a foregone conclusion that the Galaxy S5 is at least a capable device, but does it do anything to set itself apart from its competitors? Reviewers from all over the tech industry have spoken …

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ROKIT Announces Three New 3D Printers

ROKIT may not be as instantly identifiable as MakerBot or 3D Systems, but the Korean 3D printer manufacturer should definitely be on your radar. The company launched the 3DISON+ 3D printer in 2013 and sold 4,300 units in a year. Now the company is prepping three more 3D printers for launch in 2014. ROKIT announced over the weekend that it …

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Final Fantasy XIV Finally Out On PS4 Today

After successfully rescuing Final Fantasy XIV last year and launching the long promised PS3 version, Square Enix got to work on a PS4 version of the MMO. After a lengthy beta period, PS4 players can finally lose themselves in the world of Eorzea. Square Enix announced that Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is now available on the PS4 – …

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Castle Of Illusion Goes Free For PlayStation Plus Members This Week

PlayStation Plus members have been spoiled this month. First, they got Mercenary Kings and Batman: Arkham City for free, and then Stealth Inc goes free. Now Plus members are getting a remake of one of the better Mickey Mouse games free of charge. That’s right, this week’s free PlayStation Plus game is Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse. The game …

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Sony Bringing Freedom Wars And More To PS Vita In North America

After a rocky launch and an even rockier first year, the PS Vita is finally finding its footing. While Sony’s handheld will never be able to catch up to the 3DS at this rate, it’s still a great machine for those who love Japanese games. Sony knows this and has answered in the form of announcing the localization of three …

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Nintendo Finally Lower The Price On Select 3DS Games

Nintendo has a reputation for never lowering the prices of their first party titles. During the Wii and DS days, it took them years to finally release “Player’s Choice” versions of some earlier titles thus effectively dropping the price to $20. There were still many older games that were retailing for $50 though. With the 3DS, it looked like Nintendo …

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