OnePlus 2 puts the competition on notice next month


Tonight, OnePlus finally showed the world the device that will take the company into the future. Carl Pei, the leader of OnePlus, was joined by various employees and fans in a pre-recorded virtual reality launch event. Everyone participating in the introduction of the OnePlus 2 provided a detailed explanation of why the device features a particular component and how the user benefits from it.

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More Neo Geo titles get added to latest Humble Mobile Bundle


At the start of last week, Humble Mobile Bundle launched a new campaign with games made for SNK’s Neo Geo hardware. The total amount of titles available then was set at eight. Today, after one week of selling bundles, Humble Bundle raises that number to eleven. People are loving what this Humble Mobile Bundle has to offer because more than 23,000 bundles have been sold. The added titles mean donors get an even better value for their donations.

Hit the break to see what games this round of Humble Mobile Bundle offers.

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Moto X (2015) rumored to sport FHD display, 21MP camera and 3600mAh battery


Motorola is gearing up for a big launch this Tuesday, and we are hoping to see the Moto X (2015) being unveiled along with the new Moto G. While full specifications of the popular midranger have almost been revealed in various leaks, the Moto X (2015) is still shrouded in mystery. However, a famed Motorola leakster has spilled some really useful beans about Motorola’s new flagship handset.

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CEO and co-founder Julie Uhrman leaves Ouya as Razer confirms an all-cash acquisition


Back in April we reported that Ouya needed to find a buyer fast due to its failure to restructure its debt repayments to an investment company called TriplePoint. This was despite receiving a $10 million investment received from the Chinese company, Alibaba. Shortly after, there were rumours that the computer and gaming accessory maker, Razer, were interesting in acquiring Ouya. Confirmation that Razer had indeed acquired Ouya was posted and then swiftly removed on the  website of the investment bank, Mesa Global.

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