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The Nokia Lumia 925: Why you May Want One

The Nokia Lumia range is all about Windows and the phones have been growing in popularity since they first launched with the Lumia 610. The Lumia phones are Windows’ answer to the smartphone – they are smart, easy to use and stylish. Although, they do not own a large chunk of share, it is one of the most interesting smartphone OS. Nokia Lumia 925 is powered with the latest version of WP OS and is here to impress you. While many pundits consider Nokia devices as outdated, they are still better compared to many other…

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Mobile Phone Comparison Sites Aids you to Choose The Best

The mobile segment is evolving. Smartphone are next computer. People are going nuts about the smartphone. Every other month smartphone giants like Samsung, HTC and other second league players release a new device only to confuse the consumer. The biggest boon which has unfolded in the history of mankind is the introduction of mobile phones. With its marvelous feature of fastest communication, it has become a necessity item in today’s era of advancement. A few years back it was just used for communication or text messaging. But gradually…

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Spry Fox Starts Down the Road Not Taken

Spry Fox — they of the Triple Town and Highgrounds puzzle hits of recent times — broke the icy silence today surrounding their next project. It’s called Road Not Taken, and yes, it’s inspired somewhat by the Robert Frost poem with the diverging roads. It’s also extremely pretty to look at, so far: According to the foxes themselves, Road Not Taken is “an original puzzle game about life and loss.” The words “roguelike,” “pointillist,” and “hundreds of hours of original gameplay” are also thrown around, not to mention “Each object, each animation, and each bit of text…

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Metro Wordpad – A Refreshing Note Taking App for Windows Phone

There are plenty of note taking apps available for all the platforms of computing regardless of whether it is Android or iOS or Windows.  Every user is becoming smarter by using smartphone and such apps has made smartphone an irresistible force. It has become a synonym or replacement of the PCs and Laptops to certain extent. The basic need of taking notes and setting up a reminder has been taken to an all new level by such applications. We have already discussed Google Keep and its alternatives along…

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Waiting for Superman: The Beauty of Virality

One day in October 2012, I happened across this YouTube video with a top-down view of PSY’s concert in Seoul. Over 80,000 people were in attendance, with the crowd spanning entire city blocks. Every member of the audience was singing along in unison with PSY who was on stage addressing the crowd as if he were a superhero who had just delivered their fair city from evil by swooping down in black suit pants and baby blue cape, I mean, blazer jacket. Nonetheless, to this day, I have never…

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Goodbye, LucasArts, and Thank You

This is my Corley Motors keychain. Corley Motors is a fictional motorcycle manufacturer that the player, as gang leader Ben, must save from a hostile takeover in the classic LucasArts adventure Full Throttle.  Together with Grim Fandango and his work on the Monkey Island series and Day of the Tentacle (all also LucasArts games), Full Throttle is one of the original games that established Tim Schafer as the luminary designer he is today. It was a game with a mature story, where “mature” didn’t simply mean “guns and nudity.” It was a game whose cutting-edge CD-ROM…

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Pac-Man Eats the Last of Your Spare Time on Google Play

I’m not going to insult you by attempting to explain who PAC-MAN is, or his appeal, or make some joke about his appetite. Let’s cut right to the chase: the world’s leading consumer of dots is going free-to-play in a new mobile iteration, called PAC-MAN +Tournaments, and it’s out now on Google Play. If you’ve got an Android device, you’ve now got “a completely free version of the original 1980 PAC-MAN,” plus an original new mode that’s got social content, new mazes, achievements, and more — plus a promise of new content rolling…

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User-Generated Content and Generating Contented Users

We at Frisky Mongoose like to play a lot of location-based games; it’s kind of our thing. There have been a lot of them over the years, as designers and developers have tried to gamify locations, or localize games, or whichever approach they feel like taking. While there are some notable exceptions, of course, the majority of location-based games tend to follow this pattern: Physically travel with mobile device to real-world location Perform in-game action Claim “control” of location From Shadow Cities to Merchant Kingdom to QONQR, the ostensible goal of the game is…

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Win Nokia Lumia 510 Giveaway

Win Nokia Lumia 510: Geniusgeeks Birthday Celebration [Closed]

While in the waves of Internet, many blogs don’t get the proud to keep running, after a few months of their launch; it’s your immense love and support that has given your favorite blog ‘GeniusGeeks’, proudest moment to celebrate its third birthday. Three consecutive years of hard work, three years of providing you useful information, and three years of your unconditional support has enforced us to celebrate this auspicious occasion with a style. We promise you to keep serving you with the best of the best information.…

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Luna Beta 1 Download

New Elementary OS Luna Beta 1 Looks Stunningly Beautiful: Download Now

One of the most anticipated Linux distro, elementary OS Luna beta version 1 is here to stun you. Years of research and hard work has been poured into this version, so that it looks totally different from all the previous version. The developers have worked meticulously in creating elementary OS Luna beta 1 to change the user’s perspective about Linux OS. 4Luna is based on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS dovetail with improved Linux kernel and modified GNOME 3. Even, new shell and desktop environment called Pantheon has been…

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