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Smartphone Gaming in 2016

In the first few months of any new year, consumers excitedly begin to anticipate the year’s incoming smartphones which are, not coincidentally – usually given their first introduction, during the February/March festival and trade show season (Lunar New Year and Mobile World Congress). This year is no different as smartphone manufacturers begin to leak whispers of what we can expect with their latest releases. In many ways, everything we look for in a smartphone; screen, processor, memory, battery life, can all be summed up by what smartphone gamers look for too. Gamers are reliant on every aspect of a smartphone’s features and, while some fans

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Gaming, VR World

BBC To Shed Light On Sony’s Shady PSN Policies

Sony’s ill handling of fraudulent purchases and hacked accounts will go public tonight courtesy of BBC One

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Gaming, VR World

PSN Hacker Racks Up $600 in Fraudulent Charges, Sony Refuses To Help

One distraught gamer reveals Sony’s exploitative policies regarding fraudulent charges made on the PlayStation Network.

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Gaming, VR World

PSN and Xbox LIVE Hacked, Alleged Culprits Step Forward (Updated)

Update 2: The PlayStation Network is now online, but Xbox LIVE support is still reporting that “gaming and social” features are limited. Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners are still unable to play games online and communicate over party chat, and the support team says that it’s “working alongside our partner to get these issues fixed ASAP”. Update: As promised by both hacking groups, Xbox LIVE has been compromised. This affects both the Xbox 360 and Xbox One platforms, cutting off services like social chatting and online gaming. Gamers can still buy and play owned content, view the website, and watch media across a host of different apps,

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