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Play Blightbound’s beta free on steam next week

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Blightbound is a dark and stylish multiplayer dungeon crawler, from Ronimo Games and Devolver Digital that has been teased to us for some time now. Good news though! It is coming to Steam early access on July 29th. What is Blightbound? As three heroes move through unique, beautiful (but sometimes terrifying). Each dungeon has been hand-crafted, we’re not talking about those lame auto-generated dungeons here. Blightbound offers both online & local […]

How to Use Gamification to Improve User Engagement?

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No matter how good your mobile application is, it will not help your business to thrive without getting higher user engagement. Your app should have a valid reason to prompt users to engage with it and encourage them to stay access to it for a long time. You should keep eyes on users to find out what interests them more to stay on mobile applications.  Gamification nowadays emerged as the […]

We now live in a World Where Robots Flip Patties

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If there was one thing we were all dreaming of while growing up, it was a robot that would flip patties for making burgers. Miso Robotics has shown off it’s fabulous patty flipping robot. Flippy does more than just flip patties though. Its goal is to replace all risky jobs in the kitchen, such as using a deep fryer. Not only does it replace dangerous jobs, and increase productivity, it’s […]

Heres how Twitter hackers did their huge $250,000 bitcoin scandal

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We know you couldn’t miss it. If you did, this week multiple high profile accounts, such as Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Elon Musk, Kim Kardashian, and Apple, had their Twitter accounts hacked. But you really should not sent your bitcoins to this address. It all began with with a teasing message between two naive hackers late Tuesday on the online messaging platform Discord. “yoo bro,” wrote a user named Kirk. […]

7 Most Interesting At-Home Tech Education Opportunities

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The year of 2020 has sped up the transition to online education due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Billions of high school and college students were sent home during the lockdown. It was still disruptive for the learning process, but thanks to EdTech solutions, students managed to close the semester. It is expected that similar challenges will await future generations of students. Customizable online lectures, intended to meet individual student needs, […]

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Google Presents Its Digital Growth Program

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Over the last few months, the need for finding accurate information about developments taking place regionally has grown significantly. The problem is that everything that has happened since the beginning of the year has had a negative effect on the financial situation of the majority of the news companies. In an effort to support struggling local businesses from the media industry, Google announced that it would be launching the Digital […]

Get Crafty with Nifty Knitting Pack for The Sims 4

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Nifty Knitting Pack for The Sims 4 is a community-based stuff pack that was voted on by Simmers March 2019 and brought to the world today. Players were given the option last year to help choose the theme, art style, Create-A-Sim assets, and even the title and icon for this pack. This stuff pack features brand new items such as a rocking chair, yarn, knitted clothing, brand new hairstyles and […]

PEACOCK: The end of Netflix?

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Peacock is NBCUniversal’s newest streaming service and the latest major entrant in the streaming wars game, currently only available in the US. Gidon Katz, the president of direct to consumer at Peacock, truly believes they can win by doing something the competitors can’t offer and won’t offer: free premium entertainment, mostly. Heres why. When Peacock launches, it comes with three different tiers, starting free. Free Premium Ad-Free This is more […]

Twitter to launch a new subscription service codenamed Gryphon

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It looks like Twitter has been working on a new project behind closed doors! A new job listing has emerged to join onto their new team codenamed Gryphon. This leak put Twitter’s stock price up by 11 to 12 percent. We are a new team, codenamed Gryphon. We are building a subscription platform, one that can be reused by other teams in the future. This is a first for Twitter! […]

Amazon AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Preparation Strategies Revealed. How Effective Are Practice Tests?

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Validating one’s cloud skills requires serious steps and some companies help individuals to follow this qualification path easier. For example, Amazon has offered invaluable support to professionals who wish to validate their competence in cloud solutions at the basic level in the form of the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner badge. Top Amazon Exams from certbolt This post covers what it takes to earn the mentioned credential, what strategies you can […]

9 Cutting-Edge Technology Startups To Watch In 2020

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Funding has become much easier for companies in recent years. This increase in mid to large sizes funding has equipped tech startups with plenty of resources that are required to help them grow and scale their technology.  However, there is a massive challenge for the young tech companies to deliver quality products and find a way to go past the vendor market with all its noise and show the customers […]

The Australian Government just ordered ISPs to block 86 more websites

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A Federal Court judge just ordered Australian internet service providers to block access to an 86 piracy-focused websites and has also introduced a whole new process that may result in those sites being reblocked more quickly if they change their name or web address, a common technique used by these bandits. During COVID-19 Australian Piracy has been on the rise, especially with the closure of cinemas, and production companies are surely sick […]

A Fallout TV show is coming to Amazon Prime Video

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July 2nd 2020 brought us incredible news, for what you would have expected at an E3 Event in a normal year, Amazon Studios announced its intention to bring a Fallout adaptation to its streaming service. The announcement confirmed that Amazon has fully licensed Fallout from Bethesda and is committed to making a TV show. Heres the Fallout TV Series Teaser #PleaseStandBy. @AmazonStudios #KilterFilms pic.twitter.com/7YmLZKIPAe— Fallout (@Fallout) July 2, 2020 It’s […]

Immerse yourself for a lifetime in the game “Where the Heart Is”

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Immerse yourself in an unforgettable dreamlike journey. Directed and devised by Armature Studio co-founder Todd Keller, the lead artist for Metroid Prime, along with the incredible work of Beth Foster, the senior artist for Metroid Prime, and Scott Eaton, the art manager for God of War. On the kind of fateful stormy night that changes a man’s destiny, an enormous sinkhole opens in the middle of Whit Anderson’s farm. As thunder rumbles […]

Where and Why to Learn VR Application Development

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Virtual Reality (VR) entails a variety of technical aspects that deliver an exceedingly immersive experience to its users. It is commonly used with a VR headset that shuns out the entire world and places the user in a digital one where he can play any desired game.  The latest developments, like the Apple glasses, are working on revolutionizing VR inventions. These glasses can be worn on an everyday basis and they […]

Australia can re-open it’s cinemas today

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The Australian cinema industry has been through a lot. World wars, the Great Depression, the global financial crisis, video piracy, and event the rise of Netflix and online streaming. Yet the industry lives on, and today (July 1st) the doors can reopen after three months. IBISWorld forecasts cinema operators’ revenue to fall at least 26 per cent this financial year to $1.3 billion. Profit margins are expected to fall more […]