Due to the rapid improvements in our current PC technology, it now takes a lot less time for your PC model (or specs) to become obsolete. Your super fast processor and video card you bought last year may already be outdated in just a span of one year. As soon as newer technology is introduced to the market, newer and higher specs become the new standard and what was super fast last year, looks outdated this year.

3 things you can do with your old PCs

So what can we do with our old pcs? Here are a few tips:
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If you love gaming then it is definitely worth investing in a decent tablet. Tablets are perfectly suited to gamers, as they have a large enough screen so you can see what you are doing as well as the fact that they are portable. You can take a tablet with you anywhere and they are very powerful devices. With this power you can play pretty much any game you could think of.

Which tablet is most suited for gaming fanatics?

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How to disassemble your PS VITA

Posted on May 21, 2014

Here we have a simple tutorial on how to dismantle the PS Vita in 10 easy steps.

How to disassemble your PS Vita

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PS4 firmware 1.70 goes live today

Posted on May 1, 2014

Sony has just recently released a major firmware update for the PlayStation 4 with the PS4 firmware 1.70 update. The 1.70 update includes HDCP disabling, Twitch and Ustream archiving, auto-downloading and pre-loading for pre-ordered games, a few more extras and the new SHAREfactory app.

PS4 firmware 1.70 goes live

What the new SHAREfactory suite does is that it lets players edit and customize their gameplay videos for video capture and streaming, while the HDCP option does is that it allows people to record your gameplay videos or whatever you do with your PS4 using external recording devices. (We have yet to test this and how this works). With the 1.70 update, you can now increase your broadcast resolutions up to 720p and you can archive your streams so you can watch them later on Twitch or Ustream.

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The Rise of HTML5 and the Fall of Flash

Posted on April 25, 2014

For many years, Flash games have dominated the casual gaming marketplace. In the late 1990s, Adobe’s proprietary platform allowed developers to make games with improved graphics and gameplay, among other features. The early iterations of HTML could not support high-resolution characters moving smoothly in physics-based worlds. Adobe Flash grew in popularity, and the platform became more advanced as broadband internet access grew exponentially. Hundreds of millions of players still enjoy Flash games today.

The Rise of HTML5 and the Fall of Flash

Every website on the internet is comprised of HyperText Markup Language (HTML). News sites, stock quotes, media outlets, and gaming websites are driven by plain text, coded in HTML. Released in 1999, HTML 4.01 preceded HTML5. The latter is the newest revolution in online code. HTML5 was designed with the Open Web Platform in mind. The worldwide coalition seeks a primary standard for optimal compatibility with all personal computers, business PCs, and mobile devices.
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iOS 7.1.1 update released today

Posted on April 23, 2014

Just a few weeks after releasing the iOS 7.1 update, Apple has released a new iOS update today with the iOS 7.1.1 update.

iOS 7.1.1 update
Funny how the update is just 16.5MB but you are required to have atleast 779MB in order to update your iOS device. Apple?




The update includes “improvements, bug fixes and security updates”, some enhancements to the Touch ID fingerprint recognition, fixes for keyboard responsiveness and Bluetooth keyboards used with VoiceOver.

iOS 7.1.1 update features




The iOS 7.1.1 update is now available for iPad 2 or newer models, iPhone 4 and newer models, and fifth-gen iPod touch. You can update your iOS device over-the-air via Software Update in your device’s Settings.

EaseUS Todo Backup

Posted on April 23, 2014

One of the most important things in computing but which most of us are neglecting is backup, backup, backup. Only when you’re hit with a disaster that you would realized how you’d wish for a good data backup software that is able to solve the problem for you and take you worries away knowing that even if disaster strikes, it would take minutes rather than hours or days to return your PC to its original state.
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iOS 8 screenshot leaked

Posted on April 19, 2014

A screenshot of iOS 8 has been leaked and has been making the rounds in the interwebs. The iOS update is expected this year but Apple has yet to confirm or deny that iOS 8 would be released and when.

iOS 8 screenshot leaked

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If you want to have access to PSN on your Vita but for some reason you do not want to update it to the latest firmware, we got the answer here for you. As we all know in order to access PSN you would be required to have the latest PS Vita Firmware installed. PlayStation Vita developer iAmGhost has released an update to VitaUpdateBlocker for PS Vita homebrew users.

PS VITA

What it does is that it basically tricks your Vita by using a proxy trick (based from Charles Proxy trick) so that you can gain access to PSN without the need to be on the latest PS Vita Firmware.

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This video tells us that there was actually a partnership between now gaming rivals Sony and Nintendo for a future game console. But due to a dick move by Nintendo, Sony actually got the idea of entering the gaming business and came up with the PlayStation 1.

The video is a nice history lesson for all you gaming fans out there. And it won’d bore the hell out of you since the video is only 6 minutes long.

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