Humble Weekly Sale – $6 for Trine 1 and 2, Shadowgrounds and more!

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The Humble Bundle and Weekly Sales are some of the best deals in gaming, and a great way to support developers and charity! Today, the latest Humble Weekly Sale was announced and it’s another great line-up great price . The latest Humble Weekly Sale is a collection of games from FrozenByte Studios. Grab it here! You can name your price for Shadowgrounds, Trine and Jack Claw Prototype.…

CES 2014: The Eye Tribe Rounds Out the Eye Tracker Market

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Apparently there’s a burgeoning eye tracking peripheral market. Who knew? Yesterday Tobii announced its PC eye tracking sensor, now another contender has surfaced. The Eye Tribe sensor bar made a splash at CES today, hot on the heels of Tobii’s announcement. The Eye Tribe does something Tobii’s device currently doesn’t, however. It features full support…

LG G Flex Coming to Credo Mobile

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Credo Mobile has made its business on offering up the phones people want with a social conscience. The San Francisco based company donates portions of its proceeds to progressive causes such as Planned Parenthood, the Rainforest Action Network, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Now another hot new phone is making its way to the carrier, the…

CES 2014: Samsung NotePro Official Specs

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Samsung’s come off of another great year, and the Korean tech giant is aiming to  make 2014 even better. Its latest salvo against Apple‘s iPad is the introduction of its newest tablet lines the NotePro and TabPro. Now the specs have been revealed and the Galaxy NotePro is looking powerful. The Galaxy NotePRO will sport…

Sprint Rolls Out Spark to 6 New Markets

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Sprint announced that it will be bringing its Spark high-speed wireless service to 6 new markets. The service will now be available in 11 markets! Sprint is also bringing Spark to Virgin Mobile prepaid this quarter. The carrier launched Spark last year in New York, L.A. and other markets. It uses sprints multiple frequencies together…

CES 2014: Tobii Brings Eye-tracking to PC Gaming

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There’s a new way to play and this time you’ll use your eyes! Swedish company Tobii Technology recently unveiled its new eye-tracking sensor. Demonstrated at CES, it’s an impressive technology and the company’s offering dev kit preorders for only $95! Tobii has partnered with peripheral company SteelSeries to manufacture the device. It looks very similar…

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