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Final Fantasy XIII-2 Hits Shelves and Downloadable Content Coming February 7th

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Fans of the long lived Final Fantasy franchise are busy today. They are hiding in darkly lit man-made caves to provide the optimum gaming experience, while they delve into the latest installment from Square Enix. Final Fantasy XIII-2 for XBox 360 and PS3 is now available at your local retailer for the standard video game [&hellip

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Quallcomm MSM8960 Snapdragon S4 Benchmark is Here!

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In the midst of all the CES craziness, came Qualcomm’s 28nm Snapdragon S4 processor. While we knew details well before CES, we know more now. The S4 Snapdragon processor will be among the first 28nm chips to hit the market with a built-in Adreno 225 GPU. The image shown above is from NenaMark2 where it’s [&hellip

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Google’s New Privacy Policy

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The new Google Privacy Policy will go into effect on March 1st, 2012 and the goal is to simplify things for the users. This will be done by combining policies from across Google’s 60 properties into one that is unified and deals with a user’s whole “Google experience”. To sum this up in simple terms, [&hellip

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Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx to Hit Shelves January 26th

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Motorola’s latest smartphone will be hitting shelves Wednesday January 26th, but it’s not name you haven’t heard of. The Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx is essentially the same design as the RAZR, only slightly thicker. You may be wondering “Why would I want this thicker device as opposed to the super slim RAZR?”, the answer is [&hellip

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AT&T Introduces New Pricing Strategy for Data Plans

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AT&T has just announced their new pricing strategy to deal with ever rising data consumption. They will be increasing the limit on each of their data plans and increasing the cost of each plan by $5 regardless of your selection. If you’re already an AT&T customer, don’t fret because you’ll have the option of keeping [&hellip

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