Given that not everyone subscribes to HBO, it is astounding how many fans of Game of Thrones are out there. However considering that the series is one of the most pirated series of all time, it makes a lot of sense, but HBO is certainly not taking too kindly to this. A report from TorrentFreak reveals that HBO is keeping a close eye on pirates. Read full post →HBO Keeping A Close Eye On Game Of Thrones Pirates

Last Sunday marked the launch of HBO’s Game of Thrones Season 7 premiere. Given that the show launched later than the previous seasons, it’s safe to say that fans have been highly-anticipating the launch, especially when we are so close towards the end and finding out what happens to everyone and everything. Read full post →Game Of Thrones Season 7 Premiere Causes Traffic For Porn To Dip

While the first Destiny game did not support the PC, Bungie was quick to correct this with Destiny 2 which will not only be the first Destiny game to be launched on the PC, but will also be the first non-Blizzard title to be available via the launcher (Activision being its publisher probably has something to do with that). Read full post →Razer Unveils Destiny 2 Branded Gaming Gear

Activision has previously teased the Call of Duty: WW2 zombie mode by saying that it’s going to be a “twisted new version” of the popular mode. It didn’t reveal much at that point in time so there has been a lot of anticipation among fans for this. Their wait ends today, though, as Activision has finally released the Call of Duty: WW2 Zombie Mode trailer.
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Amazon’s Alexa digital assistant has largely been limited to the company’s own hardware. Recently though, it has partnered with other OEMs to integrate Alexa into their products. Soon Alexa will be available on any and all Android smartphones. Amazon is integrating Alexa into its main app for Android.
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There are countless games available for our mobile devices but only a few have been able to propel themselves into the international limelight. Words With Friends is one such game. Developed by Zynga, this puzzle game has been immensely popular ever since it came out. The developer will now be taking it beyond the mobile phone. It has teamed up with MGM Television to develop a primetime TV show for Words with Friends.
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Atari is popular for its classic home gaming consoles but the company is now venturing into the world of wearable devices. Its first wearable device isn’t a band, activity tracker or smartwatch. It’s a hat. It’s a hat with speakers to be precise and Atari is calling it the Speakerhat. Full marks for the imaginative naming, I guess.
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There are countless destinations in this world that you can explore with Google Street View, but what about destinations outside this globe of ours? Google Street View now makes it possible to take a tour of the International Space Station from the comfort of our sofas. This is the first time that Street View is covering a destination in space and it’s a glorious one.
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Fidget spinners have caught the world by storm recently. These contraptions made out of ball bearings are being marketed as the perfect tool to use if you feel anxious and just want to keep your fingers busy so that you don’t fidget with yourself too much. On the face of it, these spinners are harmless products that people will eventually end up forgetting about once the novelty runs out. That’s not what Russia thinks, though, it thinks that the spinners will “zombify” the youth. No wonder it’s launching an investigation into the matter.
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NASA wants to make it easier for people researching into its discoveries and achievements to find what they’re looking for. To that end, the agency has now announced that it’s releasing hundreds of videos containing important historical footage on YouTube. This footage spans several decades and shows just how things have advanced at the space agency.
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