Monthly Archives: July 2014

Sony’s new Action Cam arrives stateside with SteadyShot and more for $200

Sony’s stable of action cams just got a new option for thrill seekers in the US. The HDR-AS20 joins the outfit’s HDR-AS100V and HDR-AS30V in capturing daring feats of whatever you fancy. This new model packs the company’s SteadyShot image… … Read the rest of this entry

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French company Iliad reportedly wants to buy T-Mobile too

Sprint isn’t the only company hoping to shell out billions for the privilege of scooping up T-Mobile’s US branch; according to the Wall Street Journal, a French company called Iliad wants in on the action as well. Iliad, which owns … Read the rest of this entry

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Tesla seals landmark deal to mass-produce EV batteries in the US

How is Elon Musk going to produce his vaunted $ 35,000 Tesla when EV batteries are so expensive? By making his own. Tesla has signed a deal with Panasonic that’ll see the pair team up to build the Gigafactory. It’s … Read the rest of this entry

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Metrocide interview: “there’s so much fun to be had in a dystopia”

Metrocide is a forthcoming top-down stealth shooter developed by Sydney studio Flat Earth Games. The team, made up of brothers Leigh and Rohan Harris, is best known for the whimsical survival game TownCraft. Metrocide is entirely different: lush greens have … Read the rest of this entry

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Ubisoft teases a new city for Watch Dogs DLC, says it’s coming this fall

It looks like Watch Dogs may leave the Windy City behind when its first DLC release comes out this fall. The official Twitter account recently teased a move to the green fields and blue skies of Camden, New Jersey, and … Read the rest of this entry

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Crytek UK is closing down following Homefront sale, while Austin studio suffers layoffs

Following today’s announcement of the sale of Homefront to Deep Silver, Crytek has confirmed that its UK studio is being closed down, while its Austin studio will suffer layoffs as the development of Hunt: Horrors of the Gilded Age is … Read the rest of this entry

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Experimental display lets glasses wearers ditch the specs

Engadgeteers spend a lot of their day staring at a screen, so it’s no surprise that nearly all of us are blind without glasses or contact lenses. But wouldn’t it be great if we could give our eyes a break … Read the rest of this entry

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Pillars of Eternity video: Josh Sawyer on character creation and Infinity RPGs

If you’re keeping up with our video series The PC Gamer Show, you’ll know we had a chance to sit down with Obsidian Entertainment’s Project Director Josh Sawyer to talk about his newest game, Pillars of Eternity. We cut that down … Read the rest of this entry

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Trials Fusion ‘Riders of the Rustlands’ DLC is out now, has ten new tracks

The first of six planned Trials Fusion DLC packs is now available in the form of ‘Riders of the Rustlands’, which moves away from the shiny futuristic theme of the core game and out into the apocalyptic wastelands. That’s according … Read the rest of this entry

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Stream Lollapalooza sets from Outkast, Skrillex and Phantogram this weekend

If you enjoy taking in the summer’s big music festivals from the comforts of your sofa, you’ve likely already peeped this year’s Coachella and Bonaroo livestreams. The in-home viewing continues this weekend with Chicago’s annual Lollapalooza event,… Engadget RSS Feed

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