Back in March, Codemasters confirmed when it will release the F1 2015 title. This will be the first F1 title released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One so naturally there are quite a bit of people waiting for this game. Codemasters didn’t send out that many updates after confirming the F1 2015 release date in March, it has news now but I’m afraid it’s not good news.

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A report out of Colorado brings news of a man who claims that his Nintendo Wii burnt all of his belongings. The man lives in his RV and he says that the fire caused by his console burnt down everything he owns, including the RV. According to the report he had powered down the console but it was plugged in, there’s nothing unusual here because that’s how almost everybody sets up their consoles. That’s the Wii you see in the picture.

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Destiny’s House of Wolves expansion brings a proper PvP endgame for this popular title, something which it has lacked ever since it was released. Sure fans had ample fun with Crucible and Iron Banner but PvP wasn’t as rewarding as it should have been for progression, and it felt disconnected from the narrative of the game. The new PvP endgame in House of Wolves fixes that and the first Destiny Trials of Osiris event has now gone live.

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If you’re like me and you don’t see the point in taking selfies then you probably won’t have much appreciation for selfie sticks. I know that I’ll never want to purchase a selfie stick but then again I just might be part of a minority because millions of people around the world are jumping on this bandwagon daily, and Pizza Hut seeks to warn you and me against the dangers of selfie stick abuse.

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There is no limit to which people will not go to tinker with their gadgets and that’s not a bad thing because we then get to see what the devices we use on a daily basis are really capable of instead of just sticking to what they’re advertised to do. Take Dave Bennett for example, he wasn’t content with his LG G Watch just running Android Wear so he took things into his hands and got Windows XP running on the smartwatch.

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It has been revealed that Microsoft is developing a new multi-platform cloud clipboard app called OneClip. The idea behind this app is very simple. You can copy something to the clipboard on one device and access it on another, and you’ll be able to do that because the clipboard is based in the cloud. The app would be the latest addition to Microsoft’s recent string of productivity related moves, and will prove to be quite useful.

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There hasn’t been much activity in the jailbreak front for quite some time now because Apple has made it significantly harder for hackers to develop a method. There have been some breakthroughs recently but none that have been released for public consumption, which begs the question, will an iOS 9 jailbreak be possible? Apparently not.

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Television and cable networks are following a trend these days by catering to people who don’t want to pay for conventional pay-TV or cable subscription but they’re more than happy to pay for an over-the-top internet TV streaming service. This is why these companies are launching their own services, or partnering with others, to not miss out on those viewers. HBO has a service of its own that costs $15 per month and it appears that a HBO Now price cut just might be on possible in the future.

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Mozilla tried to carve a niche for itself in the Android dominated smartphone market by coming out with $25 smartphones powered by Firefox OS. The idea was to provide these very cheap smartphones in emerging markets where customers who were purchasing their first smartphone could do so for a lot less than what they would spend on a cheap Android device. This strategy doesn’t seem to have worked because Mozilla is giving up on its $25 Firefox smartphone plans.

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In just a few days Google is going to take the stage at I/O 2015 to announce Android M, the successor to last year’s Android 5.0 Lollipop. The new software is expected to bring many changes and there’s a new rumor which claims that the company is going to provide update guarantees for Nexus devices with Android M. This means that Google will make it clear from the get go which Nexus devices will receive Android M and which will remain on Lollipop.

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