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January 2014 Archive


Consumer Tech 2013: Game-changing gadgets define list of IT favorites

By Alex Hillsberg

As expected, 2013’s top tech consumer list is still dominated by the powerful Apple brand, with the introduction of the sleek iPhone 5s and the dynamic iPad Air boosting tech love at the end of 2013.
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Video Game Award Nominations Announced by WGA

By Joey Lee
Source: The Hollywood Reporter

At the 2014 Writers Guild Awards, last year’s video game story writers get their due credits.
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Kanye West Sues over "Coinye West" Cryptocurrency

By Joey Lee
Source: New York Daily News

The drama just doesn’t stop for Kanye West, as it appears that a Bitcoin-esque crypto-currency has surfaced, named "Coinye West."
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YouTube Collaborates with DreamWorks Animation to Start Daily Highlight Show

By Joey Lee
Source: The Hollywood Reporter

By compiling and streamlining the best of each day’s content, “YouTube Nation” is YouTube’s new daily highlights series.
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Video Game Live Streaming Service Twitch Doubles its Audience in One Year

By Joey Lee
Source: TechCrunch

Steam has a potential partner gearing up for collaborative business, as video game live streaming service Twitch picks up pace.
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CES: Sharp Showcasing 8K Ultra HDTVs

By Joey Lee
Source: The Inquisitr

At CES 2014 Sharp pushed boundaries with whopping resolutions, as they unveil new HD prototypes.
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“Father of Modern Computing” Receives Royal Pardon

By Joey Lee
Source: New York Times

Convicted in 1952 for charges of homosexuality, the charges against Alan Turning have been waived by Queen Elizabeth II.
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CES: Virtual Reality Gaming Gets an Update

By Joey Lee
Source: CES

A new version of the Oculus Rift VR headset, which significantly improved latency, was demoed At the Consumer Electronics Show 2014,
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CES: Razer Aims To Defend Best of CES Title

By Joey Lee
Source: CES/Allison PR

Razer, which swept Best of CES, People’s Choice and Best of Show last year with its Edge gaming tablet, will defend the Best of CES title with two exciting pieces of consumer technology—the wearable Nabu smartband and modular PC concept, Project Christine.
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