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Black Friday

Study Shows PlayStation Dominated Black Friday Sale

A recent study conducted by a marketing research firm revealed that the PlayStation 4 was the top console bought by consumers during the Black Friday sale. The study also showed that Sony's next-gen console was the preferred console of a certain age group.

Rocket League

Free 'Portal' DLC Coming to 'Rocket League'

Development studio Psyonix has just released the "Portal" DLC for its highly successful "Rocket League" game. According to the developer, the content update contains various customization items based on the "Portal" series created by Valve


Fossil Uncovers Mystery of How Snakes Lost Their Legs

A new study sheds light regarding the mystery of how snakes lost their legs and became the slithering animal that the world knows today. According to the researchers who carried out the study, these reptiles lost their limbs and evolved by burrowing underground to hunt.

Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain

Konami Unveils How to Unlock Secret Nuclear Disarmament Event in MGSV

Gamers have already been playing "Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain" for some time now but developer Konami has just revealed details about the game's secret event. According to the development studio, players will only be able to access the Secret Nuclear Disarmament Event through proper team work.

Razer mouse

Lenovo and Razer Team Up to Create Revolutionary Gaming PCs

The two tech firms Lenovo and Razer had recently announced that they had entered into a business partnership. According to the press release from the two companies, the aim of their alliance is to create a new line of computers specifically designed for gamers.

Apple iPhone

Apple to Ditch Headphone Jack in Next Flagship Smartphone?

New rumors floating around the web suggest that Apple might forego the standard headphone jack in the iPhone 7. The Cupertino-based tech giant will reportedly go with the Lightning-based headphones instead for its next flagship handset.

USB Type-C

OnePlus Offering Refunds for Faulty USB Type-C Cables

OnePlus is currently offering a refund program for consumers who purchased its USB Type-C cables. These are the same cables that were bundled with the company's OnePlus 2 flagship smartphones that came out in August of this year.

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