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Ubisoft will soon release a “revolutionary action-driving game” which has been built from the get go primarily for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, as well as gaming PCs. The Crew is set in an open world and according to Ubisoft it will redefine action-driving. A couple of beta tests for this title have already been conducted and now the beta will be opened up for all, but only for a short time, next week. Ubisoft has confirmed that The Crew open beta release will run through 25th-27th November.

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Electronic Arts today announced a new title for the Need for Speed franchise. The title is called Need for Speed No Limits and it will be released only for smartphones and tablets. That’s right, this game will not be released for the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, or even the previous generation consoles for that matter.

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If you don’t seem to enjoy Destiny anymore because you have done almost everything there is to be done in that game, worry not, because a new DLC is coming within a couple of weeks. Last month Bungie and Activision confirmed that The Dark Below DLC will be released for Destiny in December. A video posted on YouTube shows the leaked intro for this DLC.

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Not too long ago Microsoft formally unveiled Windows 10, the next major release of its desktop operating system. The company did release a Windows 10 Technical Preview and while no further new builds will be released for that, it looks like Microsoft has sped up development on the first consumer preview release. A new report claims that Windows 10 consumer preview will be released in early 2015.

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Back in April this year Dropbox introduced a new app for iOS and Android. The Carousel app aimed to make it easier for users to sort and digitally store pictures, not only those that had previously been uploaded to Dropbox, but those taken through the smartphone’s camera as well. Today the Dropbox Carousel app has been updated, it finally gets native support for the iPad. A web version has also gone live which will allow users to access their photo storage through a web browser.

That’s not all. Dropbox has also confirmed that it is going to release a version of Carousel for Android tablets within two weeks, so we’ll keep an eye out for that.

There really are no major differences between the app on iPad as compared to iOS and Android. It has been scaled and designed to fit on the larger screen, while the functionality remains pretty much the same. All pictures that are viewed in Carousel are stored in Dropbox but it offers users a faster way to get to those photos without having to dig through their Dropbox account.

Dropbox Carousel’s updated version brings an improved grid view, conversations interface and lightbox, thus making it nicer to look at the pictures. The iPad app gets a landscape mode as well. The update adds integration with Instagram and WhatsApp to the iPhone app. This integration has already been available on Android for the past couple of weeks.


BlackBerry’s revised roadmap for 2014 doesn’t include any more devices. The low-end Z3 it launched a few months back has performed well in emerging markets. In September the company followed up with the high-end BlackBerry Passport which is actually exceeding expectations as far as sales are concerned. In a few weeks time the Classic will also go on sale, a $450 device aimed at BB loyalists. What’s next for the company? Apparently it could release a high-end all touch device in 2015.

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The Nexus 6 is an expensive smartphone. It costs as much as flagships from other OEMs do and that’s because this time around the Nexus device has been spec’d up to the max. This obviously translates into a price increase but if you’re out in the market for one Sprint is offering you an enticing price for it. Only a couple of days after it started selling the device Sprint has now reduced the Nexus 6 price by $50.

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A few days back Apple released iOS 8.1.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The new software update brings bug fixes and performance improvements, particularly for older devices like the iPhone 4S. Those who updated to iOS 8.1.1 and now wait for a jailbreak to be available can get their hopes up. An iOS 8.1.1 untethered jailbreak has been previewed on video, even though it hasn’t been mentioned when a release can be expected.

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Before the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were unveiled in September there were countless rumors pointing towards the possibility that Apple’s next generation smartphones will have sapphire displays. That didn’t happen though. A detailed report has been published which reveals that this was due to no fault of Apple. Instead the supplier that it had tapped for providing sapphire for the displays wasn’t quite up to the task.

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It hasn’t been long since Halo: The Master Chief Collection was launched but it didn’t go as smoothly as the developer might have wanted. Many players found it impossible to play online due to matchmaking issues. 343 Industries did confirm that it was working on a patch which would take care of these issues. Today it has formally announced that the Halo: The Master Chief Collection matchmaking patch has been released.

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