Arkham Knight pulled from PC

by Yahya Kisanaon June 25, 2015
Within a day of launch, Batman: Arkham Knight received countless negative reviews, plenty of bugs, and a bunch of disappointed customers. Much like previous few Warner Bros. Games, this PC port has received plenty of negativity. Considering it was one of the most anticipated games of this year, bugs and glitches that make the game […]

Make Your Phone a PC With Continuum on Windows 10

by Dennis Trescaon May 28, 2015
During today’s Build 2015 keynote, Microsoft announced a new user interface named Continuum for Windows 10. This UI will be built into Windows 10 for phones and allow users with “select premium phones” to turn their phones into a PC for a desktop-like experience, complete with keyboard, mouse and external screen connections. Windows phone users will be […]
One Plus

One Plus announces event for June 1st

by Yahya Kisanaon May 27, 2015
One Plus has tweeted that an event on June 1st will reveal something that will, “Shake up the tech industry.” It is unsure what this will be. Most likely we expect a change to the One Plus One, including possible price cuts, along with a possibility of a One Plus Two announcement. We’re always looking […]

Popcorn Time

Popcorn Time now available on browsers

by Yahya Kisanaon May 20, 2015
Stream HD Movies right in your browser with Popcorn Time Popcorn Time, a torrent movie streaming service, has been one of the easiest and painless ways to pirate movies. By using torrents to stream videos, you no longer had to wait for a torrent download to finish before watching your Movie or TV Show. It […]

Rising Tide, first Civilization: Beyond Earth expansion pack announced

by Yahya Kisanaon May 19, 2015
Control both land and water with Rising Tide Civilization: Beyond Earth is finally getting its first expansion pack, and it’s been named Rising Tide. Rising tide will allow players to move away from the traditional on-land game play by allowing you to colonize the aquatic world. Rising Tide’s main selling-point will be to allow players to create settlement on oceans. […]

Sprint offers free data roaming in six more countries

by Yahya Kisanaon May 17, 2015
Sprint has expanded it’s free roaming to Colombia, Denmark, Honduras, Ireland, Italy, Paraguay and Sweden. Making 22 countries part of the Sprint’s free international plan. When the plan originally launched in April, it hosted 16 countries. The plan included, and still includes, free data and unlimited text messaging where roaming charges would usually apply. While […]


Grooveshark back online, unofficially

by Yahya Kisanaon May 6, 2015
After fighting over a decade of legal battles, free/legal streaming services taking the rise, and other controversy, Grooveshark decided to go offline last week. On April 30th, 2015, we had to say goodbye to one of the world biggest free music streaming services, and nearly a week later, it’s back. Unofficially. BGR had received an […]

Android Lollipop users increase with new flagships

by Yahya Kisanaon May 5, 2015
Lollipop took a while to become one of the majorly used Android versions, as most versions do when newly released. It took a while to get on the usage Pie-Chart. Now, Lollipop’s popularity is increasing and a faster rate, and the new flagships are to thank. Over 9% of Android devices are running Android Lollipop, according to data recorded […]

Seinfeld coming soon to Hulu

by Yahya Kisanaon April 29, 2015
A recent report from Variety claims that Hulu has won a tough battle for Seinfeld streaming rights. The deal has allowed Hulu to become the first streaming service to acquire the popular sitcom. Rumors claim that other streaming services, such as Yahoo Screen and Amazon Prime Video, were part of the battle for Seinfeld. Last year, Netflix […]

Paid Mods

Valve Removes Paid Mods

by Yahya Kisanaon April 28, 2015
Last week, Valve announced an option for developers to get paid for their mods directly from the Community Market. This had caused plenty of controversy and an outrage from the PC Gamer community. Free Mods were a huge part of PC Gaming, and Valve was try to take it away. A few days later, Valve […]