Sonys Project Morpheus Virtual Reality Headset UnveiledSure enough as per our earlier report, it looks like Sony has officially announced their own virtual reality headset that they have designed for the Sony PlayStation 4 in mind. The headset was officially unveiled at GDC 2014 and has been given the codename Project Morpheus. As it stands the headset is currently a prototype and according to Sony, it has been the result of three years worth of work.

According to Sony’s president, Shuhei Yoshida, “Nothing delivers a feeling of immersion better than VR. VR has been a dream of many gamers since the computer was invented. Many of us at PlayStation have dreamed of VR and what it could mean to the gaming community.”
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As many gamers are probably well-aware by now, Diablo 3’s expansion, Reaper of Souls, will be released towards the end of the month, the 25th of March to be exact. For those who are still thinking about whether or not they should get the expansion or if their money could be better spent elsewhere, the Reaper of Souls launch trailer could be worth watching.

The trailer contains snippets from previous trailers of the game, as well as giving us a glimpse at some of the new abilities and powers that other character classes will be able to access. They also give us a look at some of the boss fights and even a little teaser of Malthael, the final boss of the Reaper of Souls expansion, but thankfully no spoilers.
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Guitar Hero, DJ Hero, Band Hero Catalog Will Be Shutting Down End Of MarchBack in the day we’re sure many of you guys remember playing games like Guitar Hero, DJ Hero, and Band Hero. It’s surprising that despite such games being such fun party games that the genre would eventually start to lose its popularity, but we guess all good things must come to an end, right?

Well according to a post on the Guitar Hero Facebook page, it has been revealed that come 31st of March 2014, downloadable songs for Guitar Hero, DJ Hero, Band Hero, and Guitar Hero for mobile will no longer be available.
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Sonys Virtual Reality Headset Plans Confirmed By Forbes ReportAccording to a report from last week, it was rumored that Sony could be taking the wraps off a virtual reality headset at GDC 2014 which is being held this week. It was a rumor at that time but according to a recent post on Forbes, it seems that the launch of this device has all but been confirmed.

It seems that the report had gone out a little earlier than expected, suggesting that perhaps the folks at Forbes were given an exclusive and were under an NDA, but we guess someone had hit the publish button ahead of time.
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Google Chromecast To Roll Out To 11 New CountriesGoogle unveiled the Chromecast back in 2013 and little did they know that the device would soon prove to be a hit, but then again for its features and for its asking price of $35, we really think Google should have seen this one coming. Last we heard Chromecast sales were in the millions and this was only in the US.

However recently we have also caught wind of how the Chromecast could soon make its way to the UK and sure enough it has, along with 10 other countries as announced by Google on its Chrome Blog.
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Google Voice Rumored To Be Integrated Into HangoutsBack in the day, Google Voice used to receive a fair amount of attention, and why not? It offered users the option to place calls over the internet which means that if they didn’t want to exceed their phone bill, using services like Google Voice and Skype would have been the way to go.

However these days we haven’t heard much from Google regarding Google Voice, which has led some to believe that Google might be letting the feature die, but according to a rumor from 9to5Google, they claim that Google could be integrating Google Voice in the Hangouts in the future.
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Alleged BlackBerry Cyclone BBTV Images SurfaceIt was reported several years ago that BlackBerry (they were known as RIM at that time) was planning on competing with the likes of Apple not on smartphones, but in terms of living room entertainment.

The rumors suggested that BlackBerry were working on a media box similar to the Apple TV codenamed “Cyclone”. However given that we’re now in 2014 without any news of the device, it’s safe to say that the project has since been pulled. Now thanks to recently leaked photos, we now know what the device and its UI could have looked like.
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iOS 7.1 Reportedly Causing A Myriad Of Problems For iOS Users

According to our earlier report, it seemed that with the latest introduction of iOS 7.1, apps were crashing less frequently compared to its previous versions. There were also reports of how the update made running iOS 7 on the iPhone 4 a much more pleasant experience.

However while that’s well and good, there have also been reports of battery drain and now according to a growing thread and complaints, it seems that iOS 7.1 has caused iPhones to become unresponsive, and there might even be an issue with Touch ID as well.
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Apple Explains Why They Launched The 8GB iPhone 5cApple is a company that does things without really explaining the need for their actions, despite the numerous criticisms that they have received in the past. After all, by addressing these complaints it just opens the door to even more questions and let’s face, you just can’t please everyone.

Interestingly enough after unveiling the 8GB iPhone 5c earlier today, Apple has since released a statement explaining why they decided to unveil a lower capacity iPhone.
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Tim Cook Calls New Book On Apple NonsenseIf you’re a fan of Apple and you want to learn more about the company that usually plays with its cards close to the chest, you’re probably looking forward to Yukari Iwatani Kane’s “Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs”. The book is supposed to talk about how Apple has fared over the years after Steve Jobs’ passing in 2011.

There will always be critics about everything, whether it be about a book, a restaurant meal, a smartphone, and so on, but in this case it seems that Apple’s current CEO, Tim Cook, is the most critical about Kane’s book, going as far as calling it “nonsense”.
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