Next Assassin’s Creed instalment coming before April 2014

If you were wandering the interwebs aimlessly looking for Assassin’s Creed news, then it’s time to stop, man! You have reached your destination. A new Assassin’s Creed game has been confirmed by publisher Ubisoft for release sometime before April 2014. That’s right, Creed fans; the next instalment of the uber-popular game is only a little … Continue reading

IIT Techfest 2013: Highlights

As the year kickstarts, students and teachers at IIT Bombay put forth the popular, 3-day tech extravaganza – IIT TechFest 2013. Unlike last year, wherein Robotics stole the show, the IIT Bombay Techfest this year showed us the changing times and how smartphones, tablets and apps are the future of technology, at  least the near … Continue reading

Finally, a computer that can heal itself!

This is every PC user’s best dream, every bit – to have a computer that never crashes. New Scientist reports that there is now a self-repairing machine operating at the University College London (UCL) that can get back up after crashes, by repairing corrupted data. The computer reportedly works on the principle of nature, its “apparent randomness”. … Continue reading

WeChat Review

Networking apps are good to have for connecting with friends while on the go. They are not only easy to use and convenient but also add in an element of fun. While there is no dearth of social applications that allow you to connect with friends, one that has been garnering a lot of attention … Continue reading

Valve launches Linux version of Steam with massive discount on games

Valve has launched the Linux version of its digital distribution platform Steam. To commemorate the launch, the company is offering a huge sale on more than 50 games from the Steam for Linux library. Some of the highlights of the sale include Serious Sam 3: BFE for $7.99 instead of $39.99, World of Goo for $2.49 instead … Continue reading

Google CEO: Facebook is doing a really bad job

Google CEO Larry Page said in a recent interview with Wired magazine that Facebook is doing a “really bad job with its products”. Page did not elaborate on the reasons why he thinks so, nor did he name any products. Page, who generally claims Google is not affected by competition, levelled direct criticism at Facebook for probably the first time. … Continue reading

Google renames Circles icon in app ribbon to Find People

Asubtle update to Google+ now claims to have made it easier for users to find their friends and colleagues who may have recently joined the social network. Google’s Sean Purcell wrote in a post that the Circles icon visible in the app ribbon is now called Find People. Quite like its name, this renamed feature allows … Continue reading

Zone of the Enders HD Collection Review

The market for games involving giant robots has been primarily dominated by western developers with games like Mech Warrior and the recent Hawken. This isn’t to say that there haven’t been any mech-based games from eastern studios, as I’m sure you’ll find tons of Gundam tie-in games to prove me wrong. These games, nevertheless, weren’t … Continue reading

Facebook sued for patent infringement over Like button

Well, well, who would’ve thought! Facebook is being sued for the very action that made it into the most widely used social networking website in history – ‘Like’. BBC has reported that Facebook is being sued by a patent-holding company acting on behalf of a deceased Dutch Programmer called Joannes Jozef Everadus van Der Meer. Fish and … Continue reading

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