Month: June 2013

Rockstar On Red Dead Redemption PC Version: It Wasn't Viable Technically or Business-Wise

Rockstar On Red Dead Redemption PC Version: It Wasn’t Viable Technically or Business-Wise Ask any PC gamers what is that one game that they want to play badly on their beloved platform, surely most of them will answer that it’s Rockstar Games’ open world, western action-adventure “Red Dead Redemption”. PC gaming community raised many demands for PC port of Red Dead Redemption by Rockstar Games didn’t pay any attention to it. Why was that the case? Red Dead Redemption Lead Multiplayer Designer, Kris Roberts, has shared some interesting insight about this entire topic in a recent Twitch Stream. Why...

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Apple expected to drop iPad 2 upon iPad mini’s arrival

Apple expected to drop iPad 2 upon iPad mini’s arrival Apple could be planning to discontinue the iPad 2 when it launches its smaller iPad (dubbed iPad mini) this week, an analyst believes. Apple Insider reports that Rob Cihra from Evercore Partners said in a note to investors that he thinks Apple will “phase out” the iPad 2 to ensure “clearer product tiers.” Apple is expected to unveil a smaller iPad at its special event on Tuesday, and Cihra predicts that the company will sell about 7 million of the new device in the December quarter. This added to...

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Assassin's Creed: Revelations PS3 install size more than 3.8GB

Assassin’s Creed: Revelations PS3 install size more than 3.8GB Recently Assassin’s Creed: Revelations PS3 version was unveiled by many outlets with the install size cited as 3.8GB. However this isn’t the case, as the actual install size of PS3 version of the game is more than 3.8GB. The actual install size of Assassin’s Creed: Revelations for PS3 is nearly 4381 MB i.e 4.4GB. As a proof check out the image below. Assassin’s Creed: Revelations launches in NA on November 15, and on November 18 in...

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Californian senator attacks Google’s Gmail

Californian senator attacks Google’s Gmail A senator in California is making a bid to block Google’s Gmail – its high-capacity email service announced on April 1. Calfornian state senator Liz Figueroa told Reuters she is drafting legislation to block the service because it “represented an invasion to users’ privacy”. Like other critics, she objects to the way in which Gmail will scan e-mails for content, inserting advertising in personal messages. “We think it’s an absolute invasion of privacy. It’s like have a massive billboard in the middle of your home,” she said According to the Financial Times, Senator Figueroa...

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Bitwig Studio on Linux: Can one top-tier app change the game?

Bitwig Studio on Linux: Can one top-tier app change the game? Face it Linux users–if Microsoft Office, Photoshop, and other popular applications were available for your platform, your club would be a lot less exclusive. No disrespect to the Linux development community, which does some stellar work, but that’s the cold, hard truth in the consumer space. That’s also why the Ubuntu Linux (64-bit) release of a top-tier music creation application by the name of Bitwig Studio is huge news and a possible harbinger. It will also ship for Windows and OS X–Bitwig isn’t crazy. Bitwig Studio (think Ludwig,...

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