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Top 5 Moments from Microsoft’s E3 2014 Presentation

Top 5 Moments from Microsoft’s E3 2014 Presentation

Microsoft’s E3 presentation was 90 minutes of pure gaming. Finally, Microsoft listened to its fans. Instead of droning on about Xbox One apps, “living room entertainment devices”, and other promotional babble, Microsoft put games front and center. Just a few months after revealing a cheaper $399 Xbox One without Kinect, Microsoft devoted its entire 90 minute presentation to gaming cove

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Top 8 Most Anticipated Games of E3 2014

Top 8 Most Anticipated Games of E3 2014

The world famous Electronic Entertainment Expo starts next week and the gaming world is eagerly anticipating a number of new titles. Last year, E3 centered around the Xbox One and PS3 – most notably, the Xbox One’s disastrous presentation. This year, the focus will be on game developers as they announce a number of exciting new releases for next-gen platforms. Without further ado, here a

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5 Ridiculously Easy Ways to Protect Your Router from Hackers

5 Ridiculously Easy Ways to Protect Your Router from Hackers

Your router is the main point of entry to your home. Well, at least for the internet. If a hacker wants to gain entry to your network, then he or she needs to bypass your router. Bypassing a router isn’t as hard as some people think, and there aren’t many routers which are totally immune to hacking attacks. Most computer users will never experience a dedicated hacking attack. To be hones

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Watch Dogs Deliberately Cripples Performance on AMD PCs, Threatens to Make PC Gaming an Nvidia Monopoly

Watch Dogs Deliberately Cripples Performance on AMD PCs, Threatens to Make PC Gaming an Nvidia Monopoly

Watch Dogs has been one of the most hotly anticipated video games for several months. It was expected to be released way back in November 2013 but that clearly didn’t happen. On May 27, 2014, Watch Dogs finally, at long last, released to hordes of happy gamers at midnight releases across the country. Now that Watch Dogs has been released, some strange news has come out about its impact on

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5 Reasons Why Encryption Could Be Dead

5 Reasons Why Encryption Could Be Dead

Encryption has long been the most popular way to protect, well, just about everything. Encryption coats all your important files, documents, and communications with an ‘uncrackable’ algorithm of protection. As we’ve learned more and more over the past few years, that algorithm isn’t quite as uncrackable as we like to think. In fact, some have even gone as far as to say that encryp

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