It was only a few weeks back that Square Enix confirmed it will release Final Fantasy IX for PC and mobile devices. That announcement didn’t come as a surprise since Square Enix has already released ports of previous Final Fantasy titles for both platforms. It has released Final Fantasy IX for iOS and Android today.

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We reported a few days back that Ubisoft could soon be launching an open beta for The Division. That’s precisely what it has announced today. Ubisoft has now confirmed The Division open beta dates and as expected, there’s one-day exclusivity for all Xbox One owners, after which the open beta will go live for PlayStation 4 and PC as well.

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A new major update for 1Password for Android has been released today and it’s available for download immediately from the Google Play Store. It brings an overhauled user interface with Material Design so there’s cleaner and spacious layout, toolbars, navigation drawer and many other updated design elements. There’s also support for fingerprint unlock in the latest version of the app.

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About a week ago Apple launched a new screen protector program for customers in Japan, enabling customers to get a Belkin screen protector carefully applied to their iPhone inside the Apple Store. The company has launched this program in the United States today and is also rolling it out to other countries. Screen protectors are only applied through Apple’s own retail stores in supported countries.

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Amazon’s video streaming service is actually much better than its music streaming service. The company has heavily invested in original content and the bet has paid off. One of its original shows, Mozart in the Jungle, recently picked up two Golden Globes. Perhaps that’s why it’s not surprising to see that Amazon has renewed the show for a third season.

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Netflix is now available in almost every country on the planet but due to licensing rights it’s not able to provide the same kind of content in every country. That’s one of the major reasons why people use VPNs to access the Netflix catalog from other countries, U.S. being the most popular since it offers the best content. Netflix has started cracking down on users that rely on VPNs for this and it’s now being helped by PayPal in this initiative.

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It was reported last week that Germany had taken a huge step forward with its massive nuclear fusion machine as it had been able to create its first ever hydrogen plasma. The machine was able to produce and sustain hydrogen plasma in its first attempt. China has gone one step further. Its fusion reactor tests have created plasma that hit a temperature of 90 million degrees Fahrenheit, hotter than the core of the Sun, and sustained it for nearly two minutes, 102 seconds to be precise.

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Valentine’s day is just around the corner and that means that many of you will be out picking up presents for your significant other. Tablets make a nice present, who doesn’t like getting a new slate that they can use for casual web browsing and watching Netflix, it’s one of the perfect gifts. If you are in the market for a new tablet perhaps you might want to take a look at HTC’s new promotion that’s celebrating Valentine’s day by offering the Nexus 9 for 40 percent off retail price.

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Picking up the perfect wine can be a real task. Not everyone is an expert which is why sommeliers exist, they take into account your preferences and then recommend the perfect wine. In case you don’t have one on speed dial and you happen to live in Japan then you can take advantage of Amazon’s new service. The online giant has launched an on-demand sommelier service in Japan.

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A very interesting story surfaced over the weekend. It was claimed that a man in India was killed by a meteorite strike on a college campus in Tamil Nadu, one of India’s southern states, local reports suggested that a large object fell from the sky and caused an explosion at the Bharathidasan Engineering College killing the man and also injuring three people.

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