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Xbox One priced and launch date announced

E3 has always been Microsoft's time to shine. Despite their abysmal initial announcement, there was still excitement in the air when Microsoft began their press conference. While some were hoping for clarifications to recent policy announcements, the main things gamers wanted to hear about were the games. Microsoft delivered by

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Adobe announces the availability of Photoshop Lightroom 5 image editing software

Adobe releases the final version of their popular image editing software, Photoshop Lightroom 5, priced at $149 for a new copy and $79 for an upgrade. Adobe announced the release of the newest version of their popular image editing software which was originally launched in beta back in Spring (mid-April). You

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Prototype Galaxy Note III images surface, looks huge as expected

Alleged prototype of the Galaxy Note III gets caught on camera, has a recognizable Samsung design and is of course, huge. Samsung is almost ready to unveil the successor to their best-selling phablet flagship from 2012. The Galaxy Note III is almost upon us and promises to be faster, bigger and meaner

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Redbox talks about used games on next-gen consoles

Redbox is known for their range of media rental services and their kiosks are found in malls next to idly standing indecisive people. Redbox is concerned with the ambiguous used games policies on the next generation of consoles and how it will affect their business, but instead of just whinging

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NSA whistleblower revealed to be 29-year-old ex CIA Edward Snowden

The U.S. National Security Agency, which is one of the most secretive intelligence gathering organizations in the world, was brought down when news of the PRISM program was leaked to both the U.K.-based Guardian and the Washington Post.  Yesterday, the Guardian revealed the leak on the program to be a 29-year-old Edward Snowden, who volunteered

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