Phew! Metro: Last Light is safe and now has a release date!

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It's been a rocky few months for Metro: Last Light, the stunning post-apocalyptic shooter from Deep Silver. For a while back there during the sell-off of defunct publisher THQ's assets, it looked as though the Metro 2033 sequel had seen…

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Metro 2033 Ranger Pack DLC hits Steam and Xbox Live tomorrow

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Post-apocalyptic shooter Metro 2033 is getting its first piece of downloadable content tomorrow in the shape of the Ranger Pack. Available over Xbox Live or through the Steam PC platform, it'll offer two new weapons (the Heavy Automatic Shotgun…

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LaCie Rugged Safe hard drive offers 1TB of storage and military-grade protection

Gerald Lynch Hard Drives, Tech Digest news 9 Comments

LaCie, veterans in the portable storage field, have today unveiled their Rugged Safe external hard drive range. Not content with shock-proofing your precious digital files with military grade exterior rubber shielding, it also offers 128-bit AES hardware encryption. That,…

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Over half of UK workforce plan to watch World Cup on office PCs

Gerald Lynch Online TV, Sport, Tech Digest news, World Cup 2010 Leave a Comment

A survey of 2,000 UK workers conducted by ISP Eclipse has suggested that as much as half the British workforce plan on sneakily streaming World Cup matches at work on their office PCs. 54 percent will tune into some…

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Dead Space 2 – First Look Preview

Gerald Lynch Features, Gaming, Previews, Tech Digest news 2 Comments

They say that in space no-one can hear you scream. Well they can hear you all too well at games preview showcases, and that's just what I felt like doing as I got a terrifying sneak-peak at Dead Space…

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OnLive game streaming platform to be bundled with BT Broadband in the UK

Gerald Lynch Broadband, Gaming, Internet, Tech Digest news 1 Comment

While it once seemed like an impossible pipe-dream, OnLive's game streaming service now has the backing of at least one heavyweight partner, BT. BT have signed an exclusive partnership deal with the cloud gaming company, obtaining a 2.6 per cent…

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Blinkbox video streaming headed to the PS3

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Blinkbox, the online movie and TV streaming platform, is headed to the PS3. Facing stiff competition from Sony's own Playstation Video Store and the incoming LoveFilm streaming service, Blinkbox hopes to stare down the its rivals with a competitive pricing…

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Non-Latin domain names go live in "historic" day for the internet

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Non-Latin web addresses have gone live today, in what is being described as a "historic" day for the world wide web. Net regulators ICANN have now made available a system in which web addresses no longer have to include a…

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ViewSonic PJD6531W projector offers 3D on a budget

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Who needs a 3D TV when you can bag yourself a 3D projector for around half the price? That's what ViewSonic's PJD6531W 3D ready projector offers. It's out this month and comes in at a cheap £649.99. So what's to…

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