Experience The Walking Dead with these open-world zombie games

Let me take you back to October 2008, the month when Left4Dead, a zombie-themed first person shooter, took the PC gaming industry by storm with its coop-multiplayer feature. Countless fragfest sessions left gamers with limited replay value. Since then, gamers have been hungry and thirsty for a much more immersive experience as the...

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4 million Windows 8 upgrade in 4 days according to Ballmer

Well that was fast. According to Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, there are over four million users who chose to upgrade to Windows 8 in just four days after its global launch last Oct. 26. That’s an impressive number for an OS that introduced something drastic to what most PC users are used to. The new UI sure looks beautiful and a...

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Microsoft Launches Windows 8 in Singapore

Oct 28, 12 Microsoft Launches Windows 8 in Singapore

Posted by in Featured, Software, Tech News

Thursday, October 25 – Windows 8 was officially launched at the Esplanade Rooftop, Singapore for consumers and businesses in Asia Pacific and around the world. The event was hosted by Oli Pettigrew and announced by key note speaker and President of Microsoft Asia Pacific, Tracey Fellows. According to Tracey, “Windows 8...

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ASUS outs two GeForce GTX 650 Ti DirectCU II GFX card variants

ASUS just released two dual-fan ASUS GeForce GTX 650 Ti DirectCU II graphics cards for those interested in moving up to the DirectX 11 and 28nm era of gaming. These new graphics cards feature DirectCU II thermal design for 20% cooler and 3X quieter operation, DIGI+ VRM and Super Alloy Power for extended longevity and greater...

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Kaspersky Small Office Security 2 upgrades protection for small businesses

Kaspersky Lab announced the release of the second version of Kaspersky Small Office Security (KSOS 2), a solution specially designed in response to the security needs of small businesses. These are companies that have at least five PC users and above that may not have dedicated IT personnel but need a high level of customizable...

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Beware of fake Bad Piggies Chrome browser web apps

Oct 09, 12 Beware of fake Bad Piggies Chrome browser web apps

Posted by in Security

Rovio, the makers of Angry Birds, released a new puzzle game late last month called Bad Piggies which is available only in iOS and Android platform. Chrome browser users however might check the Chrome Web Store to see if the game has been ported over so they can also play the game on their browsers. You will be surprised that...

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Massive Gaming bares 2 new online games, War Inc. and Mercenary Online

Online gaming just got bigger with the introduction of 2 new titles from Massive Gaming. Massive Gaming is a 100% Proudly Pinoy-owned company and will be bringing new game titles for the Filipino gaming community. Massive Gaming is starting off their operations with War Inc., a free-to-play, online multiplayer, session-based...

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NBA 2K13 now available in the Philippines thanks to X-Play

Oct 06, 12 NBA 2K13 now available in the Philippines thanks to X-Play

Posted by in Gaming

What IGN calls “possibly the greatest sports game of all-time” is finally here. X-Play Online Inc. brings to us 2K Sports’ NBA 2K13, a couple of days after it was launched worldwide. 2K Sports joined forces with multi-platinum recording artist Jay-Z, who serves as the Executive Producer of NBA 2K13. He’s responsible for the game’s...

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Sony VAIO Tap 20 launched, 20-inch Windows 8 tablet for the whole family

Earlier today Sony showcased a couple of their upcoming Windows 8 devices. The Sony VAIO Tap 20 is probably the largest tablet that will be available to consumers soon with its 20-inch touchscreen display. The Sony VAIO Tap 20 is a versatile computing product running on the upcoming Windows 8 aimed for families. It’s really a...

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IBM study shows attacks now focusing on Browsers and Social Media Networks

IBM recently released the results of its X-Force 2012 Mid-Year Trend and Risk Report, which shows a sharp increase in browser-related exploits, renewed concerns around social media password security, and continued disparity in mobile devices and corporate “bring your own device” (BYOD) programs. To further protect its clients...

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