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Project CARS Delayed Further

Project CARS Delayed Further

Project CARS, a game designed by Slightly Mad Studios, for PC, Xbox One and PS4, has recently been delayed further, much to the disappointment of those wanting the game sooner rather than later. We have previously reported that the game had been delayed to 2015, with no concrete date set. Over time a date was set for April 2nd 2015. This has since been delayed further, with a new date of some time in Mid-May 2015. Head of Slightly Mad...

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Playstation US Head Jack Tretton leaves Sony.

Playstation US Head Jack Tretton leaves Sony.

As described in the title, Jack Tretton, One of the executives of Sony Computer Entertainment America is leaving on April 1st, This is not an April Fools joke. Mr Tretton has been very well known for being a spearhead for the PlayStation line of products, the most recent of which, the PS4, being a major seller, outselling Microsoft’s Xbox One in nearly all markets. He will be replaced by Shawn Layden, who is the EVP and COO of Sony...

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11 Gadgets

11 Gadgets

1) Google Nexus 3: Google’s Nexus is a speedy smart phone. It’s an intuitive handset having five customizable home screens with animated backgrounds. It also provides slick speech recognition capabilities. Nexus is now integrated with most of the software services provided by Google. Nexus One represent itself as a search giant’s first expansion in the world of e- commerce and hardware. Although that some well-publicized customer...

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Sony 2011 E3 Press Conference Recap

Sony 2011 E3 Press Conference Recap

After Microsoft’s E3 press conference which focused only on software, it was time for Sony to take the stage to show off its PS3 lineup and its PSP sequel, the Next Generation Portable or as its now known, the PS Vita. Sony started off the press conference with a long video which highlighted the Playstation 3, Playstation Move and the PSP. This was played in 3D as was most if not all of the trailers that were shown. Jack Tretton took the...

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