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AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.6.2 - tech
(hx) 11:49 AM EDT - Jun,30 2016 - Post a comment
AMD has released a new driver for its graphics cards. According to the release notes, the AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.6.2 adds official support for the newly released Radeon RX 480 GPU. In addition, this driver brings a Crossfire profile for World of Tanks, and fixes a number of issues.
Support for:
Radeon RX 480
New AMD Crossfire profile available for:
World of Tanks
Radeon WattMan: A brand new utility for Radeon Software that allows users more complete control over their graphics processor. More information on Radeon WattMan and its supported products can be found here.
AMD Crossfire Toggle: A new option has been introduced into Radeon Settings under the "Gaming -> Global Settings" tab. This allows users to toggle AMD Crossfire support globally "on" for supported games or "off" for all gaming profiles.
HDMI Scaling: Radeon Settings now provides the option for the user to adjust their display image scaling on HDMI connected displays. This option is available under the "Display" tab in Radeon Settings for supported configurations.
Display Color Temperature: Radeon Settings now allows a user to set display color temperature based on either the displays predefined settings or manually via a slider configured to support the displays supported range. This option is available under the "Display" tab in Radeon Settings for supported configurations.
Desktop Color: Radeon Settings has added the option to launch the operating systems color page via the new "Desktop Color" button which is available in the "Display" tab in Radeon Settings for supported configurations.
Vulkan Version: Currently installed Vulkan version information has now been made available through the Radeon Settings "System -> Software" tab.

Fixed Issues
Flickering may be observed in AMD Crossfire mode configurations while playing Hitman in select gameplay missions.
Flickering may be observed in AMD Crossfire mode configurations while playing Heroes of the Storm.
Intermittent or minor white flashing may occur on some web browsers when using Netflix and hovering over the UI or icons.
Minor stuttering may occur in AMD Crossfire mode configurations when playing Elite Dangerous.
Flickering may be observed in AMD Crossfire mode configurations while using the inventory and character pages in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
Flickering may be observed in AMD Crossfire mode configurations during the battle and tutorial loading screens in Star Wars Battlefront.

Known Issues
A few game titles may fail to launch or crash if the AMD Gaming Evolved overlay is enabled. A temporary workaround is to disable the AMD Gaming Evolved "In Game Overlay".
Radeon Pro Duo may experience a black screen in Total War: Warhammer with the games API set to DirectX12 and V-Sync enabled.
DiRT Rally may experience flickering terrain in some races when the advanced blending option is enabled in the games settings page.
Some Overdrive settings may not appear in Radeon Settings for Radeon Fury X when in AMD Crossfire mode.
Display may exhibit a minor flicker on Radeon RX 480 when Freesync is enabled on a games launch or exit.
Dota2 may crash when using the Vulkan API and the user changes resolutions or quality settings.
Battlefield 4 may experience crashes when using Mantle. As a work around users are suggested to switch to DirectX11.
Need for Speed may experience flickering on some light sources in AMD Crossfire mode.
Hitman may experience graphical corruption when the game is set to use DirectX12 API and using zoom with weapons.
Frame Rate Target Control gaming profiles may fail to enable for some games.
Radeon Wattman may retain settings of an overclock after it has failed. If you have failed an overclock with a system hang or reboot make sure to use the "Reset" option in the Radeon WattMan settings page when the system has rebooted.
Low frame rate or stutter may be experienced Wolfenstein: The Old Blood on Radeon RX 480.
Assassin's Creed Syndicate may experience a game crash or hang when in game settings are set to high or greater.
Disabling AMD Crossfire mode on Radeon RX 480 may disable the device in Windows Device Manager. A workaround is to reboot the system to re-enable the device.
AMD Radeon RX 480 Review Round-Up - tech
(hx) 11:35 AM EDT - Jun,30 2016 - Post a comment
Reviews of the AMD Radeon RX 480 are coming in from around the internet.

TechSpot: Those who can afford a $400+ graphics card and actually managed to hunt down a Pascal GPU will no doubt be pleased. For the rest of us, or rather for the majority of us, we have been waiting for something else, and for most that something could be AMD's Radeon RX 480.

Touted as the perfect VR solution for the masses, AMD is hoping to claw back a bit of market share with the new Radeon RX 480 which is aimed at the mainstream $200-250 segment, with other affordable Polaris GPUs expected to follow.

Whether on purpose or forcefully so, AMD is flipping how they used to release new GPUs, starting with mainstream products this time and working up to the high-end stuff. This might make sense given the company's current market share predicament, though I personally feel the move to the 14nm process has almost forced AMD into this strategy. The process may need to mature before larger, more complex GPUs can be created in sufficient volumes.

Then again, with over 80% of the PC gaming market dominated by $100 - $300 graphics cards, this is where the bulk of the market share is won and lost. AMD's first strike will be made at the $200 price range ($240 for the 8GB model) with the RX 480.

LegitReviews: The AMD Radeon RX 480 has 5.8 TFLOPS of compute performance thanks to having 36 Compute Units containing 2,304 stream processors based on the latest GCN 4.0 technology. AMD is using dynamic clock speeds on RX 480, so it has a base clock of 1120MHz and a peak boost clock of 1266MHz. The RX 480 comes with either 4GB or 8GB of GDDR5 memory running on a 256-bit wide memory interface at speeds starting out at 7Gbps for 224 GB/s of bandwidth all the way up to 8Gbps for 256 GB/s of bandwidth. From what we gather it is up to the board partner to use the memory that they want, so be sure to keep an eye on that if you are looking to purchase one of these cards.

When it comes to video outputs the AMD Radeon RX 480 has three DisplayPort 1.3/1.4 HDR outputs and one HDMI 2.0 video output. The rear grill also has been ported for optimal airflow to help the hot air from the Polaris 10 GPU to be exhausted out of the case. No DVI output is present on a sub $250 graphics card, so make sure you pick up an adapter if you need one for an older display.

HotHardware:In terms of its noise output, the Radeon RX 480 is usually quiet, but not silent. When idling, the card is inaudible over the other components in our test system (we test inside a mid-tower chassis with a Corsair HX series PSU and Arctic Cooling CPU air-cooler on the CPU). Under load though, the Radeon RX 480 was just a touch louder than the GeForce GTX 970. The pitch of the RX 480's fan was also more noticeable, according to our ears. With that said, we would still consider the RX 480 quiet overall -- it's just not the quietest of the bunch.
TechReport: The RX 480 8GB card we tested delivers a hair more performance potential than the GTX 970, but at a significantly lower price than the average going rate for that card on Newegg right now. We'd have to test the 4GB RX 480 to be truly sure of its value proposition, but just imagine a similar dot at $200, and AMD might have quite the hit on its hands.

Going by the measure of performance potential that average FPS provides, the RX 480 is sometimes slightly faster than the GTX 970, and it's sometimes a little slower. Those familiar with the long-running battle between the GeForce GTX 970 and the Radeon R9 290 should be getting a sense of deja vu right now. What's nice about the RX 480 is that AMD is extracting that kind of performance from a die that's roughly half as large as Hawaii with what is, in many respects, a smaller engine inside.

Indeed, what's most notable about the RX 480 compared to past Radeons of any price is its consistently smooth frame delivery. Where AMD's older cards have trailed the GeForce competition in delivering smooth gameplay—often by wide margins—the RX 480 chalks up a huge improvement in both our advanced 99th-percentile frame time and "badness" measures compared to the Radeon R9 380X. We're completely comfortable calling the RX 480 the equal of Nvidia's GeForce GTX 970 in those regards. That's excellent progress from the red team, and we hope that whatever mojo is responsible for this turn-around works its way into every future AMD graphics card.

On the other hand, the RX 480's power consumption and noise figures aren't as rosy as we might have expected them to be. Our power consumption tests today aren't perfectly comparable to those in our older reviews, but one Radeon R9 290-powered system with a similar CPU and motherboard drew about 400W under load when we reviewed that graphics card as part of a larger test a while back. The Radeon RX 480 delivers similar performance to that card while shaving about 140W off the total power draw of our system. TR readers helpfully point out that using board power as a rough guide, the RX 480 is about 90% more efficient than the R9 290 before it, considering the performance we measured. Either way, that figure seems to fall short of the 2.8X performance-per-watt increase that AMD often touted with Polaris.
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Overwatch Competitive Mode out Today on PC - briefly
(hx) 06:01 PM EDT - Jun,29 2016 - Post a comment / read (1)
Blizzard has announced that they have re-released the Competitive Mode for Overwatch on PC, with the console versions coming next week.
If you've been following our developer videos or forum posts, you know that the Overwatch team has been working hard to finish our upcoming patch which includes Competitive Play (as well as a few other quality-of-life changes). From the beginning, our intent has been to release this patch by the end of June=and since July is nearly here, we wanted to give you a quick status update.

Patching on PC and Console

First, we wanted to be upfront and let players know that we won’t be able to release our Competitive Play patch on all platforms at the same time. The patch will be going live on PC today, while PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players can expect it sometime next week. We don’t have an exact date to share, but we can confirm that the patch is going through approvals right now on both platforms.

We know this isn’t an ideal way to deliver new content, so we’re going to continue to refine our patching processes over the next few months in an effort to sync up our release dates across platforms as closely possible. Although our client will always allow us to be more agile on PC, we hope to reach a point where we can release major updates on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 simultaneously.

In the meantime, stay tuned to (or follow us on Twitter) for all the latest patch news and updates.

Shorter Summer Season

We also wanted to let players know that the first season of Competitive Play will be an abbreviated one, lasting only two months instead of the normal three. This is because our Competitive Play patch is launching in the middle of the Summer 2016 season, which technically began on June 1 (a minor side-effect of our real-world season system). As a result, our inaugural season will include approximately 1.5 months of play rather than the full 2.5 months, ending on August 18 across all platforms. The Fall 2016 season will then begin as scheduled following our standard two-week off-season break.

We’re super excited to release Competitive Play, and we made the decision to move ahead with a shorter season for two key reasons. One, we want players to be able to start working towards their Competitive Play rewards as soon as possible. And two, we believe this first season will teach us a lot of about what works well, what doesn't, and what players are really looking for from a competitive system in Overwatch. Competitive Play is definitely one of those features that will take us a few iterations to get right, and by getting the system out there sooner, we can start making improvements based on your feedback sooner too.

To learn more about changes we already have planned for the Fall 2016 season, click here.
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System Shock - Pre-alpha demo - demo
(hx) 05:53 PM EDT - Jun,28 2016 - Post a comment / read (4)
Night Dive Studios has just released the pre-alpha demo for the remastered version of System Shock. In addition, the team has launched the game’s Kickstarter campaign, aiming to raise $900K in the next 29 days.

In related news, Night Dive Studios has revealed the official PC requirements for the upcoming remastered version of System Shock. And let us tell you that these specs will surprise you. According to the team, PC gamers will need at least a modern-day quad-core CPU, 8GB of RAM, and an NVIDIA GTX 670 2GB/AMD Radeon HD 7870 2GB or better. It’s worth noting that this title will be DX11-only.
System Shock GAMEPLAY - 2016 Reboot - preview
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Polygon has released a video, showcasing almost 9 minutes of gameplay footage from the remastered version of System Shock.

CoD: Black Ops III - Descent DLC Trailer - movie
(hx) 03:09 PM EDT - Jun,28 2016 - Post a comment
After escaping the swamps of Zetsubou No Shima, the Origins characters are hurled into a war-torn Stalingrad. Our heroes face their most dangerous enemies yet among the remnants of a battle between giant mechanized soldiers and ferocious dragons. The Descent DLC Pack includes four new multiplayer maps - Berserk, Cryogen, Rumble, and Empire - and Gorod Krovi, Treyarch's newest chapter in the Black Ops III Zombies saga. Descent is available first on PlayStation 4 on July 12, 2016.

 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,27 2016 - all
Resident Evil 7-Gameplay Demo Walkthrough Part #1 - briefly
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The Technomancer - Launch Trailer - movie
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The Technomancer, the sci-fi RPG developed by Spiders Studio unleashes its Launch Trailer! The Technomancer will release tomorrow - June 28 - on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC and will be available for download and at your favorite retail store

What the hell is a teraflop anyway? - tech
(hx) 03:14 AM EDT - Jun,27 2016 - Post a comment / read (2)
What the hell is a teraflop anyway? And to what extent does it define gaming power? The Digital Foundry at Eurogamer explains all.
Teraflops are a very basic measure of computational power, separate and distinct from all other aspects of GPU design. For example, AMD's GCN (graphics core next) architecture has always been heavy on raw computational power compared to its Nvidia rivals - one reason why Radeon GPUs did so well back in the cryptocurrency gold rush era. However, it is important to stress that this does not necessarily translate into games performance.

A good example of this is to compare Nvidia's GTX 1080 with its 9TF vs AMD's Radeon R9 Fury X with 8.6TF. Based on computational power alone, you'd expect these two graphics cards to offer broadly equivalent performance, but as the 4K benchmarks below demonstrate, the GTX 1080 isn't just a bit faster, it's a lot faster in all but one title we tested. Indeed, even the slower GTX 1070 - with a rated 6.5TF of power - can comfortably outperform Fury X in many games. Further, in terms of teraflops, the GTX 1070 even lags behind Nvidia's own Titan X (7TF) and again, it manages to match or even outperform it.

Drivers - the software powering the hardware - are important, but more crucially, so is the design of the graphics architecture itself, not to mention other aspects of the hardware, such as memory bandwidth and on-chip memory caches. However, comparisons between console parts can be broadly indicative for two reasons: firstly, because the surrounding elements of the GPU tend to scale as required in line with compute performance and secondly, because both PS4 and Xbox One GPUs come from the same family and share very similar core designs.

 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,26 2016 - all
Battlefield 1 closed alpha - gameplay videos - preview
(hx) 05:20 PM EDT - Jun,26 2016 - Post a comment
It appears that DICE is currently experimenting with DX12 for Battlefield 1. The graphics settings from the game’s closed alpha build have been revealed and as we can see, there is currently a DX12 option. Battlefield 1 is powered by the Frostbite 3 Engine and is currently planned for an October 21st release!

Enderal - TC for Skyrim - Launch trailer - movie
(hx) 04:57 PM EDT - Jun,26 2016 - Post a comment
SureAI has released the launch trailer for Enderal; a new total conversion for Skyrim that will be released on July 1-3. Do note that the initial release will be in German, however SureAI will release an English version some weeks later. Enderal is free and can be played by anyone owning a legal copy of TES V: Skyrim. No other DLCs are required.

Halo Custom Edition SPV3 Released - briefly
(hx) 04:55 PM EDT - Jun,26 2016 - Post a comment
Halo SPV3 (mirror) is a total overhaul of the Halo 1 campaign for the PC that has just been released. This mod comes with new weapons, enemies, vehicles, areas to explore and levels, as well as easter eggs and skulls which add new twists onto the gameplay.

In order to run this mod, you’ll need these three things:

- Halo Combat Evolved PC (Needs to be a legit version with a CDKEY)
- Halo Custom Edition (A unshackled version of Halo PC)
- Open Sauce (Allows for engine extensions)

Steam's Weekly Top Sellers - briefly
(hx) 04:50 PM EDT - Jun,26 2016 - Post a comment
Here are the ten top selling titles on Steam for the week as reported by Valve:
Grand Theft Auto V
Dead by Daylight
Fallout 4
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
ARK: Survival Evolved
Arma 3
Rise of the Tomb Raider
Stardew Valley
Weekend game, movie, hardware deals - briefly
(hx) 04:54 AM EDT - Jun,26 2016 - Post a comment
Here's a selection of this weekend's PC / Blue-ray movies, hardware deals. The famous Steam Summer Sale has arrived this week, and it'll be tempting us until July 4. If you're on the lookout for a gaming motherboard or monitor and you also have DOOM on your wish list, you should know that Asus currently has a promotion where you get a Steam code with the purchase of specific models of its products. The deal is valid in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, but bear in mind that it varies a bit from retailer to retailer, so make sure you ask for confirmation before you open up your wallet.
  • - Telltale Games up to -75% - The Wolf Among Us, Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, and more!
  • Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion - Ultimate Edition - $28.29 (50% off)
  • Fallout 4 - PC - $31.62 (21% off)
  • DOOM [Online Game Code] - $35.09 ($27% off)
  • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (Ultimate Edition Blu-ray + Theatrical Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD UltraViolet Combo Pack) - $24.99 (31% off)
  • 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi [Blu-ray] - $19.99 (50% off)
  • My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD) - $19.96 (43% off)
  • EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti Super Clocked Gaming ACX 2.0 6GB GDDR5 384bit PCI-E Graphic Card - $469.99 (31% off)
  • PNY Elite Performance 64GB High Speed SDXC Class 10 UHS-I, U1 Up to 90MB/sec Flash Card - $22.99 (43% off)
  • Etekcity Ultra Bright Portable LED Camping Lantern Flashlight with 3 AA Batteries (Black, Collapsible) - $7.99 (53% off)
TechNews - Galaxy Note 7 Confirmed With Iris - tech
(hx) 04:08 AM EDT - Jun,26 2016 - Post a comment
  • The Intel SSD 540s (480GB) Review - Against the wider field of competitors, the Intel 540s is clearly an entry-level SSD, intended for light workloads. It cannot keep pace with SanDisk's X400 or even the current generation of Phison S10-based drives like the Toshiba OCZ TR150 (formerly Trion 150). The ADATA SP550 has held on to a place in the market by usually being one of the cheapest drives available, but at the moment it is mostly tied with the TR150 on price, making the latter a better purchase given its better performance. The current pricing of the Intel SSD 540s makes my recommendation quite simple: don't buy.
  • Western Digital My Passport Wireless Pro Wi-Fi Hard Drive Review - Iit is clear that Western Digital continues to differentiate itself in the crowded wireless storage market. The addition of 802.11ac support, and the continued targeting of content creators as well as consumers (with features such as Plex and support for external storage devices formatted in exFAT) are welcome aspects. The experience with the My Passport Wireless Pro was positive overall. The only quibble we have is that the WLAN radios are both 1x1 configurations. Having 2x2 radios could provide better performance. It is not outside the scope for such products, since the first generation unit did come with a 2x2 802.11n WLAN adapter.
  • Microsoft Says Edge Beats All Browsers In Battery Life - What happens when three identical devices run on different browsers? The Microsoft Edge team wanted to find out. This experiment showed that battery life on a PC running Microsoft Edge lasts 70% longer than Chrome, 43% longer than Firefox Firefox, and 17% longer than Opera (with Battery Saver enabled).
  • Finding an ATM Skimmer in Vienna - Finding an ATM Skimmer on vacation at the Samsung Cash Machine outside St. Steven's cathedral in Vienna, Austria
  • The Deep Web Vs. The Dark Web - The Deep web consists of those pages that Google and other search engines don't index. The Dark web is an actively hidden, often anonymous part of the deep web but it isn't inherently bad.
  • Google Search to Improve Symptom Search Results - Google plans to change the results shown when people search for symptom-based information. Moving forward Google will show a list of related conditions to symptoms like stuffy nose, cough, or headache. The results will provide a description of the symptom itself, list possible self-treatment options, and alert when symptoms warrant a doctor visit. "Our goal is to help you to navigate and explore health conditions related to your symptoms, and quickly get to the point where you can do more in-depth research on the web or talk to a health professional," explained Google in a blog post. Google created a list of symptoms based on medical conditions that are often included in search results. The list was checked by medical professionals at the Harvard Medical School and Mayo Clinic in order to associate individual symptoms with potential ailments. Google warns that its search results are for informational purposes only and should not replace in-person consultations with physicians or other healthcare providers. The changed symptom-based search results will appear on mobile devices in the coming days.
  • Galaxy Note 7 Confirmed With Iris Scanner - Multiple reports stated that Samsung might skip a numeral to release the Galaxy Note 7 later this year, and it also being reported that there will be no flat screen variant of the device. Now, a new image has surfaced that pretty much confirms the name of the next flagship smartphone from Samsung. A new tweet from serial leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks) consists of what could be an official logo of the Galaxy Note 7. It is possible that the South Korean smartphone giant might release only the curved screen variant of the Galaxy Note 7. It is expected to feature a 5.8-inch curved QHD Super AMOLED display, a 12-megapixel primary camera with new features, a 5-megapixel secondary camera, 6GB RAM, a microSD card slot, and a 4000 mAh battery.
  • iPhone 7 May Keep Headphone Jack And Support Dual Sims - Rock Fix, a smartphone repair shop based in China's Ganzhou, has recently been posting photos of alleged iPhone 7 components. One of these is apparently the 4.7-inch model's Lightning cable assembly which, contrary to what we've been hearing before, still has a headphone jack attached to it. And more recently, the shop shared photos of what it claims to be the next iPhone's dual-SIM trays, which will be a first for Apple if true.
  • AT&T Rolls Out Roaming Package for Rio Olympics - AT&T has unveiled a new roaming offer specifically for customers who plan to travel to Brazil for the 2016 Summer Olympics. The add-on costs $50 and includes 30 voice minutes, unlimited texting, 1 GB of data, and unlimited WiFi access at 1,000 hot spots around Rio de Janeiro (requires AT&T's hot spot app). Customers who exceed the usage limits will be billed on a per-use basis for the remainder of their stay in Rio. AT&T said customers can sign up starting June 22. The package is good for 30 days from initiation and runs through September 18. The package expires automatically.
  • T-Mobile Kicks Off Summer with Free LTE In Europe - T-Mobile has said its customers will be able to use an unlimited amount of high-speed mobile data across Europe this summer. Specifically, customers can enjoy the highest-possible speed, up to and including LTE 4G, throughout the European Union between July 1 and August 31. T-Mobile customers can already use unlimited 2G data in more than 140 countries. The high-speed summer roaming includes unlimited free texting and $0.20-per-minute voice calls, but not tethering. T-Mobile may terminate or restrict service for misuse or excessive roaming. T-Mobile is also giving every person who flies in the U.S. this weekend (including AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon customers) a free hour of Gogo in-flight WiFi on their smartphone. The free WiFi offer is available from Friday, June 24 through Sunday, June 26 on all domestic flights that offer Gogo WiFi. Last, T-Mobile added Belize to its list of Simple Global countries, which means T-Mobile customers can use 2G data and send messages for free, and make low-cost calls when traveling to Belize. Free roaming in Belize begins July 1.
  • KFC Box That Charges Your iPhone? - Why would anyone need a greasy KFC box that charges your phone 17% in a half hour? Better yet, can you recycle the boxes or is this just more landfill junk?
  • Microsoft enters into the Legal Weed industry? - Legal weed is a great thing for the economy, and it only makes sense that Microsoft would jump into that business as a way to earn some extra coin.
  • New Ghostbusters Theme Song - Sony Pictures has released the new Ghostbusters theme song by Fall Out Boy and Missy Elliot
  • Honest Trailers - Pixels - From the studio with a resounding 20% average on Rotten Tomatoes comes a classic video game movie that could have been really cool until Sandler got his hands on it - PIXELS!
  • Ouija: Origin of Evil - Official Trailer (HD) - In Theaters October 21
  • NERVE Official Trailer #2 (2016) Dave Franco, Emma Roberts - A high school senior finds herself immersed in an online game of truth or dare, where her every move starts to become manipulated by an anonymous community of "watchers." Release Date: July 27, 2016
  • Westworld: Teaser Trailer (HBO) - Westworld is coming to HBO in October 2016.
  • Full Jack Reacher: Never Go Back Trailer  - Jack Reacher: Never Go Back follows the title character as he returns to Virginia to meet the head of his former unit. But she's missing, he's being charged with a crime committed nearly 20 years ago, and he may even have a daughter. Making things right will lead him on a cross-country chase to uncover the truth - and maybe even a family.
  • The Strain Season 3 Official Trailer - It's now or never. Watch the TRAILER for The Strain's all new season. Premieres 8/28 on FX.
  • INFERNO Official Trailer 2 - Inferno finds famous Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) on a trail of clues tied to the great Dante himself. When Langdon wakes up in an Italian hospital with amnesia, he teams up with Sienna Brooks (Felicity Jones), a doctor he hopes will help him recover his memories. Together, they race across Europe and against the clock to foil a deadly global plot.
  • Mechanic: Resurrection - Official Trailer - Jason Statham,Jessica - Arthur Bishop [Jason Statham] returns as the Mechanic in the sequel to the 2011 action thriller. When the deceitful actions of a cunning but beautiful woman [Jessica Alba] force him to return to the life he left behind, Bishop's life is once again in danger as he has to complete an impossible list of assassinations of the most dangerous men in the world. In theaters August 26, 2016.
  • Present or pulverized? Safety begins with you. - Viewers take a trip to 'Safetyville' to explore common safety-related issues in and around train tracks and stations. The video series reminds people that 'safety begins with you' and tackles issues such as running to catch a train, lack of attention while driving a car near tracks and failure to follow posted safety instructions.
  • Laser Flip Triple Set BATTLE - Christian Flores - Tricks can sometimes take forever and seem impossible to land. For Christian Flores it was a laser flip down a triple set. It took him 20+ missions over 2 years to finally roll away from it. Christian recounts what it physically and mentally took for him to land the hardest trick he has ever done.
  • New thrilling 'Skyslide' in downtown LA to open this weekend - A new observation deck near the very top of California's tallest building offers more than just incredible views, but a glass slide suspended on the outside of the building; 1,000 feet above street level.
  • Amazon Hires USPS Ultimate Frisbee Team to Speed Deliveries - Notice the spin on the box to keep it flying level. Well done. The box contained socks, so no harm was done.
  • MEGAMAN HANDYMAN (Commercial Parody) - An out of work MegaMan tries to get any job he can get as a handyman in this commercial parody.
  • HOLDING AN EXPLOSION at 20,000 fps - Not only do you get to see a gun that fires potatoes, you also get to see it happen in slow motion. Seriously, what more could you ask for?
  • You Can Make A Powder That Explodes The Moment It Touches Anything - Nitrogen Triiodide is some powerful stuff. Its own weight can make it detonate spontaneously and, really, you shouldn't mess with it — especially if you like having fingers.
  • The B-52 Bomber Can Hold A Crapload Of Weapons - Where crapload is defined as 70,000 pounds of bombs, mines and missiles. Fun!
  • Selena Gomez Carpool Karaoke - Not much of a fan of James Corden, but he managed to get Selena Gomez in his car and it was a pretty epic 'Carpool Karaoke'
  • The best pics on the Internet #199 - All pictures are carefully handpicked
  • The best pics on the Internet #198 - more of the best pictures
  • Caroline Wozniacki Pictures - Here's Caroline Wozniacki shooting her way up the ranks with a hot new tennis-themed photoshoot for Esquire.
 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,25 2016 - all
Play Every Heroes of the Storm Character for Free - briefly
(hx) 05:11 PM EDT - Jun,25 2016 - Post a comment
Blizzard has announced that this weekend you can play every Heroes of the Storm character for free. Word is: "Starting on the morning of June 24 (PDT) and lasting up to June 28, every hero will be available to play for free for players in all regions."

Minecraft - Half-Life Map - Complete Game - briefly
(hx) 05:07 PM EDT - Jun,25 2016 - Post a comment
This map contains all the known areas of the Black Mesa Research Facility from all the classic Half-Life games.

 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,24 2016 - all

Megadimension Neptunia VII for PC launches July 5 - movie
(hx) 05:12 PM EDT - Jun,24 2016 - Post a comment / read (3)
Megadimension Neptunia VII will launch for PC via Steam on July 5, publisher Idea Factory International announced. At launch, the RPG will be available at a 40 percent discount, with Japanese audio, Histy's Beginner Item Set, Histy's Trial Item Set, and a variety of missions, level caps, and accessories included free in the game. The Steam version will also be available in a Digital Deluxe Set, which will be detailed at a later date.

ZED Kickstarter campaign Announced - briefly
(hx) 03:19 PM EDT - Jun,24 2016 - Post a comment
Eagre Games has launched a Kickstarter campaign for ZED, a new adventurous puzzle journey into beautiful and unpredictable dreamworlds from an artist behind Myst, Command & Conquer, and 25 other games. ZED’s Kickstarter campaign ends in 7 days and the team aims to raise $12K in order to hit its initial $48K goal.

Futuremark announces Time Spy - DX12 benchmark - tech
(hx) 03:16 PM EDT - Jun,24 2016 - Post a comment / read (1)
Futuremark has announced a new DX12 benchmark called Time Spy. Time Spy will feature some classic 3DMark scenes from the past, will support both Async Compute and explicit multi-GPUs, and will take advantage of the the heavy multi-threading capabilities of DX12.

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