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Sunday, August 11, 2013

looks to be the most ridiculous entry into the series yet, and a ridiculous game deserves a ridiculous
bundle. SRIV is so ridiculous, in fact, that one of the collector’s editions will be worth a million bucks.
The bundle is called the Super Dangerous Wad Wad Edition. It includes the Commander in Chief edition of the game (which you get if you pre-order the title), which gives you a stars and stripes America-themed outfit and some wacky America-themed weapons. Along with that, you’ll get a full-size replica of the game’s Dubstep Gun, a shopping spree with a personal shopper, seven nights for two at The Jefferson Hotel in Washington, and seven nights for two at the Burj-al-arab in the Top Royal Suite.
Those are the normal additions to the bundle. You’ll also receive a Toyota Prius complete with insurance, a Lamborghini Gallardo and a one-year membership to to the E25 Super Car Club, a full day of spy training, a hostage rescue experience, plastic surgery of your choice, and a trip to space with Virgin Galactic. While the trip to space might be the coolest, it’s definitely not the weirdest, as receiving a plastic surgery procedure when you buy a collector’s edition of a video game sure is strange. Maybe it’d be a little less weird if the bonus came with Surgeon Simulator
The bundle costs one million bucks, and there is only one available. Ars Technica did a little digging and found the bundle to have a value of around $630,000, so take that million dollar price tag as you will. You can pre-order it over at UK’s Game, for “only $1,000,000.”
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The Nexus 10 wasn’t nearly as popular as the Nexus 7 last year, but in the past 12 months both the Android OS and its apps have grown to better support larger screens and higher resolutions. Combined with the improved multi-user functions that were announced with Android 4.3, it’s easy to see Google promoting the Nexus 10 as a family tablet.
According to multiple sources reporting to, the Nexus 10 refresh is expected to be available on the Google Play Store as well as Best Buy retail stores in time for the holiday season. It’s unclear exactly what hardware improvements we’ll see in this new Nexus 10 over the previous generation, but given Asus and Google’s recent work with Qualcomm it’s not hard to guess that we’ll see a Snapdragon chipset powering an impressive 2560×1600 display.
Update: And here is the retail leak. It clearly notes that this will be a Google Nexus 10 16G WiFi manufactured by Asus. The product dimensions, stock date, and other information seems to be filled with placeholders.

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It’s an adventure game that mixes together exploration, survival, and skill-based combat combined with a big dose of atmosphere. It’s also a game from independent developer Capybara Games, the team behind Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP, Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes, and Sound Shapes.
The impression you may have got from watching the Microsoft presentation including Below
, is that the game will only be available to play on the Xbox One. But that’s definitely not the case.
Capy Games has realized there is some confusion surrounding the game and has now decided to clear it up. In a blog post on their website Capy has confirmed that while Below
will appear on the Xbox One first, it is only a timed exclusive. That means Microsoft did a deal with Capy to ensure Below is exclusively available on Xbox One for a period of time, maybe a few weeks or months. After that, the game can be released on other platforms.
Microsoft has used this tactic many times before because it boosts sales and makes a platform look like it has more games available for it. But ultimately if a gamer is willing to wait, these timed exclusives appear elsewhere.
So, if you really like the look of Below
, but would rather pick up a PS4 than an Xbox One later this year, chances are you’ll still get to play the game, just not at launch. I’d also bet money on Below appearing on the PC at some point in 2014.

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amounts of RAM — for example, an entirely likely 3TB. The phrasing “feeling great about game performance,” however, does make it sound like Microsoft has found a sweet spot at 8GB, so those dreams of owning a game console with 1PB of RAM will have to wait for at least one more generation.
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compete with its x86 counterparts. Whether the Tegra 4 is up to the task remains to be seen.
There are also concerns about the Tegra 4 when it comes to a device’s battery life, and that’s something Microsoft no doubt wants to further optimize in the second-gen Surface. It stands to reason that part of what Huang and Nvidia are “working really hard” on is making sure that the Tegra 4 is perfectly tuned for use with Windows RT.
Initial rumors had pegged the Surface RT 2 as shipping with a Snapdragon 800, Qualcomm’s latest powerhouse. The new Snapdragon has beaten the Tegra 4 soundly in loads of benchmark showdowns, and it’s got a lot going for it. Qualcomm has also scored most of the big tablet and smartphone SoC wins lately.
Could the Tegra 4, Windows 8.1, and Microsoft’s other improvements really give the Surface RT 2 and Windows RT the push it needs to become a real hit with consumers? With Microsoft already working on clearing out stock of the original Surface RT, we may find out as soon as this holiday season.

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A couple of weeks ago, specs of Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD 2 worked their way through the internet grapevine. While the two models of the upcoming Kindle Fire HD 2 look like a fine (albeit rather standard) hardware update, that still left its little brother, the entry-level, non-HD Kindle Fire safe behind that grapevine. Now, though, the full specs of the tablet has reportedly leaked.
The same anonymous sources that leaked the Kindle Fire HD 2 specs have now gone on to reveal the entry-level model’s. If accurate, the upcoming  2013 Kindle Fire will contain a dual-core 1.5GHz Texas Instruments OMAP4 4470 processor with PowerVR SGX544 graphics. This combo is what powered the first two Kindle Fires, so the new iteration is somewhat living in the past. It will contain 1GB of RAM, a 1280×800 HD display, and run Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2. As for storage capacity, the sources say the 2013 model will release in an 8GB version for the $159 price of the current model, with 16GB and 32GB versions available at a higher cost.
The model this new 2013 version is replacing contains a 1024×600 screen, 8GB of storage space, a dual-core 1.2GHz Texas Instruments OMAP4430, and 1GB of RAM. So, while the new reported model will receive an upgrade in key areas such as the processor and display, the RAM appears to remain the same, as well as the base 8GB of storage — as well as the price.
There’s no official word yet on a release date (or the specs, technically), but the tablets are expected to be released this fall.

Friday, August 9, 2013

Everyone has dreams about what they would like in their smartphone. For some reason Apple fans seem to be pinning all of their hopes and dreams on the iPhone 6 rather than the iPhone 5S. I too have a list of certain features that I would love to see in a smartphone, from the mundane to the fantastical. I’d like a waterproof iPhone and considering that Apple bought AuthenTec to develop its finger-print scanner for iPhone’s, I really don’t see Apple having much of a problem with acquiring one of the many companies that will retro-fit the iPhone to be waterproof – with no change in the dimensions!
The highlight of this iPhone 6 concept is the 4.5-inch Retina+ display that offers a larger screen without adding to the overall size of the iPhone. The image above shows an iPhone 6 with a 4.5-inch edge-to-edge display, half an inch larger than the iPhone 5, and closer to the screens on the Moto X, Nexus 4 and Galaxy S3.
This isn’t just a larger display, but also a higher resolution one as well. The iPhone’s Retina Display looks good, but many would argue it is falling behind the 720P and 1080P displays on most flagship phones. In late 2012 talk of an iPhone with a Retina+ display appeared alongside reports of an iPhone 6 prototype with a 4.8-inch display. This iPhone 6 is a work of fiction, but a larger, higher resolution display isn’t out of the question for Apple. In true to Apple fashion this Retina 2 display is 1296 x 754 with 333 pixels per inch.
What do you think? Would you buy this iPhone 6, if it were real?

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