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The Binding of Isaac’s abused boy gets rejected by Apple Print E-mail
Sunday, 07 February 2016
Despite critical appraise and a good amount of sales, the religiously based child abuse in The Binding of Isaac might be too much for Apple. The developer applied but gotits game rejected by the tech giant. The post The Binding of Isaac’s abused boy gets rejected by Apple appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Titanfall 2 will have a single player campaign and a possible TV show spinoff Print E-mail
Sunday, 07 February 2016
Titanfall 2 will have a single-player campaign, the game's lead writer confirmed for Forbes in an interview. Moreover, developing studio Respawn Entertainment is looking into a companion TV series about Titanfall, to premiere when the game launches. In a podcast interview about a year ago, Titanfall's community manager hinted at a traditional campaign. Jesse Stern has confirmed to Forbes that is a part of the game. Continue reading…

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SweepSense makes your phone or laptop smarter by using its speaker and microphone Print E-mail
Sunday, 07 February 2016
Three researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are behind SweepSense, which aims to make devices smarter by giving them the ability to sense their surroundings using the speakers and microphones they already have. The post SweepSense makes your phone or laptop smarter by using its speaker and microphone appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Larry David turns into Bernie Sanders in SNL's 'Bern Your Enthusiasm' Print E-mail
Sunday, 07 February 2016
It doesn't take much for Larry David to impersonate Democratic presidential nominee Bernie Sanders — after all, both are balding, somewhat grouchy old Jewish men from Brooklyn. And Saturday Night Live didn't miss the opportunity. With David hosting the show last night, we were treated to the first (and last) episode of Bern Your Enthusiasm. The skit ended up feeling a whole lot like an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm, even though David is playing Sanders, not himself. Perhaps that's precisely because David's typical schtick seems to match Bernie Sanders' demeanor so well. Like any episode of Curb, it revolves around how a simple misunderstanding can have disastrous consequences. It's not the first...

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What time is the Superb Owl? Print E-mail
Sunday, 07 February 2016
Where does the superb owl live? Surrounded by the bones of its vanquished enemies. What does the superb owl eat? Moths, grasshoppers, and candied yams. (Wikimedia commons) What does the superb owl do all day? Heckle bluejays and menace blackbirds. Where does the superb owl go out at night? New York's hottest club. What makes the superb owl so superb? That is trademarked and I will be sued if I say. (The way to get around this is to talk about The Big Bird.) How many superb owls are required for a superb owl party? At least four. (mmrascally) How many superb owls can the average person expect to see in a lifetime? A minimum of ten. How do you increase your likelihood of seeing...

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Deadpool: no rules, no consequences, lots of dick jokes Print E-mail
Saturday, 06 February 2016
The new Marvel Cinematic Universe movie Deadpool helpfully sets the bar during its opening minutes, when its wisecracking eponymous protagonist compares an unpleasant taste to two hobos fucking in a shoe full of piss. It's a clear statement of intent for anyone who missed the film's popular, profanity-packed red-band trailers: This is an R-rated superhero movie, and the filmmakers are out to earn the rating as thoroughly and colorfully as possible. In the opening firefight, Deadpool takes a bullet square in the rectum: Ugh, right up Main Street, he groans. He brands a generic mook on the forehead with a red-hot cigarette lighter, then crams it in the guy's mouth: I never say this, he chuckles, but...

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The mobile technology of Super Bowl 50 Print E-mail
Saturday, 06 February 2016
From the ads to the apps, this year's Super Bowl promises to be the most spectacular yet, and the key to much of the game's success this year would appear to lie in mobile technology. The post The mobile technology of Super Bowl 50 appeared first on Digital Trends.

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25 major problems with the iPhone 6, and what to do about them Print E-mail
Saturday, 06 February 2016
Is your iPhone 6 acting up? Are you hunting for a workaround or a solution? From Bendgate to Bluetooth, we’ve got a list of issues. Come on in for a roundup of common iPhone 6 problems and fixes. The post 25 major problems with the iPhone 6, and what to do about them appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Here's how Twitter's new algorithmic timeline is going to work Print E-mail
Saturday, 06 February 2016
Twitter went into an uproar Friday after a BuzzFeed report that the social network was on the brink of tossing its traditional timeline for a Facebook-style feed. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tried to calm fears this morning in a series of tweets, but he did not deny the substance of the report. High-profile users have threatened to abandon the service, and the changes reportedly could arrive as soon as this week. The Verge has now seen the redesigned timeline and can share new details about how it's going to work. So how will your new Twitter timeline look? With the caveat that some things could change in the final shipping version: a lot like the old timeline. Here are a couple of screenshots from...

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BlackBerry lays off 200 employees in Canada and Florida Print E-mail
Saturday, 06 February 2016
BlackBerry recently laid off about 200 employees in Canada in Florida as part of the its efforts to drive “efficiencies” across its workforce. The company clarified the figure after reports initially pegged the layoffs at around 1,000 employees. The post BlackBerry lays off 200 employees in Canada and Florida appeared first on Digital Trends.

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