Free Destiny Demo Inc Transferable Characters on All Consoles

Destiny has been one of the most heavily marketed games of the year, being a new IP from Bungie, makers of the ever popular Halo series. However the game has had a mixed reaction upon release so many of you might still be on the fence about buying. But fear not, starting today you can try out the game for free and your character will come along if you decide to purchase the full version.

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Nokia Isn’t Dead Yet, New Device Leaked

Nokia said last week that it was exploring options for licensing its brand to other companies, to be used on third-party devices. Under the terms of its agreement with Microsoft – which bought its devices and services business earlier this year – Nokia will be permitted to license its brand for use on smartphones from Q4 2016, but it can already do so for “other devices” right now.

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Man Afraid of His Smart TV After Reading Terms and Conditions

Michael Price of Brennan Center has just bought a new smart TV to replace his older, less smart, one, this new TV is capable of streaming multimedia content, games, apps, social media, and Internet browsing. It also has a built-in camera and a microphone with facial recognition technology to enable logging in to a personal account using your face and to facilitate gesture and voice control. There is only one little problem, the privacy policy.

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Microsoft No Longer Producing Windows 7 Serials for OEMs

At the end of this month, Microsoft will pull the plug on the sales of Windows 7 licenses to OEMs for most versions of the OS. What this means is that vendors, such as HP and Dell, can no longer buy the licence keys from Microsoft for the OS, but they will still be able to sell through their existing stock. So, on November 1st, Windows 7 machines wont disappear completely but they will quickly become much harder to find.

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Samsung Hits 4Gb/s with new Wireless Technology

Wireless routers have come a long way in the last few years when it comes to transmission speeds and service range.  The coming 802.11ac standard was poised to replace the solid but soon-to-be-dated 802.11n over the next year.  802.11ac promised to bring faster speeds and longer transmission range capabilities, but even the new 802.11ac wireless standard is no match for what Samsung has up its sleeve for 2015.

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So what’s happening with Microsoft’s ARM based tablets?

A few years back, Microsoft took an ambitious step to build a version of Windows that would run on ARM-based processors. At the time, this was a huge move, as many expected this new operating system, called Windows RT, to challenge the standard that Intel and AMD were the only vendors who could produce laptop-class processors. With several well known ARM vendors such as NVIDIA and Qualcomm producing the chips, there was hope that ARM-based devices would rival those made by Intel and AMD at the low end of the market.

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