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New Dropbox apps available for all – now with better notifications & a more usable design
Dropbox has updated its Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android apps to include new notification features, more options and a better design.
Amazon Cloud Drive now available throughout Europe, sort of
Amazon’s answer to Dropbox, Amazon Cloud Drive, is now available throughout Europe, having first launched in the United States 17 months ago.
Smartphones, tablets and the slow decline of the PC
Consumers’ lack of interest in PCs and the growth of smartdevices mean the days of the PC are numbered, but can ultrabooks curb the trend?
Activision announce The Walking Dead video game, first details emerge
Activision very recently announced The Walking Dead video game, a first-person shooter based on AMC’s hugely popular show of the same name. Now, the game’s developer, Terminal Reality, shares some initial insights into its mechanics.
Looking forward to this summer’s gaming releases – Diablo 3 & Max Payne 3
Summer 2012′s gaming releases get off to a good start in May with the release of Diablo 3 and Max Payne 3 – Al Valentyne takes a look.
1982 > go to 2012. Happy Birthday Sinclair ZX Spectrum – Part Two
In 1982 the Sinclair ZX Spectrum brought affordable home computing to the masses, and – as mentioned in part 1 – hundreds of new software companies were formed.
1982 > go to 2012. Happy Birthday Sinclair ZX Spectrum – Part One
The Sinclair ZX Spectrum home computer was launched in the UK on April 23rd 1982, thirty years ago.
Free online multiplayer game Tribes: Ascend launches today
Today is launch-day of the free-to-play PC game Tribes: Ascend, the 4th installment in the successful first-person shooter (FPS) Tribes game series.
Ultrabooks & superphones? What’s next for the humble graphics card
Al Valentyn takes a look at NVIDIA’s GTX 680 and previews pending graphics cards releases.