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Dessel
Journalism student at Charles University in Prague who likes to write about video games and hacking. I'm also European politics and history enthusiast. I mostly play on PS Vita and PC. Twitter: @Dessel575

Untethered jailbreak for iOS 9.2, 9.2.1, & 9.3 beta revealed

A hacker called qwertyoruiop released a demonstration video showing jailbreak of an iPhone 6 running on iOS 9.2. According to qwertyoruiop, he is able to jailbreak iOS 9.2, 9.2.1, & 9.3 beta. In the video, qwertyoruiop shows launching Cydia, performing commands in Mobile Terminal and playing with WinterBoard themes. Unfortunately for all the people who have been desperately waiting for …

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PSVita: Severed is nearly finished

DrinkBox Studios report that they are putting finishing touches to their upcoming game Severed. Severed is a PS Vita exclusive dungeon crawler from the developers of Guacamelee. In one of the most anticipated PS Vita games of this year, players are going to control a one-armed warrior Sasha, who wants reclaim her memories. …

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Number one iPhone app ‘Color Switch’ made without coding

Color Switch, current leader of iPhone App Store charts in 34 different countries around the world, was made in a development software called Buildbox without using any coding. Buildbox is a development software that does not contain any option for programming or scripting. Creators can only drag images into a level editor and change their …

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Raspberry Pi: RetroPie 3.4 released

Version 3.4 of RetroPie was released today. According to petRockBlog, it contains “mostly fixes and improvements rather than new stuff.” RetroPie is a project residing at petRockBlog, which aims to provide a comprehensive set of works that turn Raspberry Pi into a retro-gaming console and allow players to easily relive their nostalgic memories . Because of …

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The Minotaur from Ratalaika Games debuts on Steam this week

Ratalaika Games are glad to announce that their next game, The Minotaur, will be available on Steam from January 21. The Minotaur is an arcade-puzzle game from Spanish indie studio Ratalaika Games. Players facing the rage of the gods are locked the labyrinth. There they must defend themselves from mythical minotaurs that attempt to …

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Wii U Emulator Cemu 1.3.0 now available

Exzap released the version 1.3.0 of his Wii U emulator. Cemu currenlty runs on Windows 7 (x64) or above with OpenGL 3.3. As for the graphic cards, it runs “as expected” on NVIDIA/AMD and with glitches on Intel. What Exzap says about the latest version: “Aside from the visual improvements, there is now …

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Davee releases new Chronoswitch Downgrader for the PSP

Developer Davee released Chronoswitch Downgrader 7.0, which add support for Davee’s long-awaited Infinity permanent patch. That mean that Infinity’s release might be just behind the corner. If you want to know more about Infinity, check out this article. DOWNLOAD Chronoswitch Downgrader 7.0 Repo: https://bitbucket.org/DaveeFTW/chronoswitch We will keep you updated.   Source: @Davee  

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Homido present sub-$100 VR at CES 2016

In the light of European success with more than 100k units sold. French startup Homido showed their smartphone-based VR products at CES 2016 during their first major U.S. debut. Homido is one of the top players in the European VR scene with their affordable VR headsets. The original Homido is available for …

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EMTEC detail Soundunity, WEYA and GEM Box at CES2016

A company EMTEC shared some new information about their three upcoming products: an audio line for unlimited wireless listening Soundunity, a line of wireless storage devices WEYA, and a microconsole GEM Box. Soundunity Soundunity is a multi-room, multispeaker audio line. The line consists of six speakers for all rooms, including a a portable waterproof one. “Whether you’ve …

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HyperX CloudX now official Xbox One headset

HyperX announced that they are now an officially licensed headset partner for Xbox One. Two years after launching HyperX Cloud Series of headsets aimed squarely at PC gamers, HyperX, a division of Kingston Technology, are entering uncharted waters by releasing their first product oriented on the gaming console market. It will plug …

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Razer launches 3 new products at CES2016

Gaming giant Razer started CES 2016 in a big style by launching three new products – a wearable, a camera, and a laptop, each of them unique as well as innovative. Razer Nabu Watch First comes the wearable Razer Nabu Watch. You must be thinking “another smartwatch”, but Razer came with something …

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Oculus Rift pre-orders open today & more info

As promised by Oculus VR on Monday, global pre-orders of its long-awaited VR headset Oculus Rift open today, and with that, a lot of new information has been revealed. “Old” info about the pre-orders: Palmer Luckey, the inventor of Oculus Rift, revealed on his twitter that they have the required …

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