Pop Puff and Away! Review – Sweet Puzzlin’ Cupcakes

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Pop Puff and Away is a cute and casual mobile puzzle game from Accidental Rebel Games. Finalist for Best Kids and Family Friendly Game at Indie Prize Casual Connect Asia 2015 and  Best Mobile Game Philippine Game Festival 2014, this game is well polished. The aesthetic is cute and the puzzles are well-designed and challenging. In Pop Puff and Away players ... Read More »

Amazon Will Ban the Sale of Apple and Google Video Streaming Devices


With an announcement by Amazon that it will no longer be selling Apple and Google Video Streaming devices, Amazon attempts to protect its own streaming service. Amazon sent out an email to marketplace sellers that it will stop selling Apple TV and Google Chromecast, because those devices do not work well with Prime Video, Amazon’s streaming service. No new listings ... Read More »

US Presidential Candidates, Technology, and Video Games

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If you live in the United States, you are no doubt in the process of boarding up your windows and cancelling your cable as swarms of unpaid interns prepare for the upcoming primaries that will be the first step in determining the next President of the United States. What time is more exciting (and possibly annoying) than the regular four year ... Read More »

New AMD PRO A-Series Processors Now Shipping in Commercial PCs

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AMD recently announced its latest generation AMD PRO A-Series processors are now shipping in commercially available Windows 10 PCs, including desktops and laptops. However it’s not just for personal use. AMD is extolling the benefits is processors will bring to businesses. AMD promises businesses, “unmatched dependability, stability, processor longevity and an opportunity for richer system configurations.” Data breaches are a major ... Read More »

Twitter Developing New Product to Go Beyond 140 Characters

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Twitter may be ditching its distinctive 140 character limit soon. According to Re/code, sources close to the company have stated that Twitter is working on a new product that will enable users to publish long-form content to the site. It appears as though actual tweets will still be limited to 140 characters. This product might work something like a TwitLonger, ... Read More »

Freevolt Uses Radio Transmissions to Power Wearables and Other Low Power Devices

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Paul Drayson, former science minister of the United Kingdom, has unveiled a new technology which he claims will be a revolution for wearables and the Internet of things. Freevolt harvests energy from existing radio transmissions, which Drayson claims is currently being unused. Similar technologies have been developed in the past, but the power generated was too low to be commercially ... Read More »

Google Announces Pixel C And New Chromecast

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In addition to new Nexus devices, Google has also unveiled an updated Chromecast and a new Android tablet. Curiously, the tablet does not replace the existing Nexus 9. It also doesn’t carry the Nexus name at all, but the Pixel name from Google’s series of high-end Chromebooks. However, this is a purely Android tablet despite the Pixel name. ChromeOS is ... Read More »

Amazon Flex Program Lets You Deliver Packages for Money


Amazon has recently announced a new Program, Amazon Flex, which lets you deliver packages for money. Anyone can sign up for the program right now, but Amazon does have a few requirements. They will only hire people who are least 21, own their own car, and have valid driver’s license. However, the FAQ suggests there may be opportunities in the ... Read More »

Google Announces Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X

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Google has unveiled the 2015 Nexus lineup — a Nexus 5X made by LG and a Nexus 6P made by Huawei. Both devices will ship with Android 6.0 “Marshmallow”, and will be Google’s flagship devices to show off new features. The Nexus 5X will cater to low-cost options, and the Nexus 6P to premium options. Specifications Nexus 6P Nexus 5X ... Read More »

Volume Review – Quietly Underwhelming

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Volume is a stealth game from Mike Bithell, the man behind Thomas Was Alone, which is a game that told a fantastic story using only colored blocks and, to be honest, will be a tough act to follow. Set in a time unknown, your job is to educate the country of England on how to take back their land from a Corporatocracy, run by ... Read More »