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Path of Exile Items the upcoming free-to-play Diablo-esque dungeon crawler, is currently going through its second public stress test

May 27, 2014 by admin | Comments Off | Filed in Uncategorized

Path of Exile Items the upcoming free-to-play Diablo-esque dungeon crawler, is currently going through its second public stress test. The game is available to download and play right now through the next day and a half. Developer Grinding Gear Games began its closed beta back in August and is planning to go open beta sometime this summer (or winter, since the team is in New Zealand).

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Path of Exile has been on our radar since 2010 as a free, Diablo-inspired action RPG, and it’s lived up to the hype ever since. It’s set in a dark fantasy world called Wraeclast, with seven playable, customizable classes: Duelist, Witch, Ranger, Templar, Marauder, Shadow and Scion. Path of Exile is free-to-play and Grinding Gear promises it will never be possible to gain an advantage by spending real money in-game. A forum post from the devs lists all of the accomplishments from 2013, starting with the fact that the game went from closed beta to launch during that time frame. Other significant numbers include 87 patches, 35 new team members, a peak of 70,000 concurrent players, and 3.7 million registered players.

The first mini-expansion for POE Items is coming out on March 5th, and it’s meant to be a big one. This isn’t supposed to just improve and expand the core game but to set the pace for the game’s upcoming update structure and future expansions. So today is serving as the first preview of the update, teasing the lore behind Sacrifice of the Vaal as well as outlining the future reveals.

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July 30, 2013 by admin | Comments Off | Filed in Uncategorized

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September 19, 2014 by admin | Comments Off | Filed in Uncategorized


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Build your own Game Boy with a Raspberry Pi, SNES pad and 3D printer
What’s a maker to do when they don’t have access to a classic Game Boy, but happen to have a 3D printer and a few other parts lying around? Craft their own, no Legos required, of course. With some patience, you too can build a copy of Nintendo’s path of exile currency items 25-year-old handheld using a Raspberry Pi, Super NES controller (for its buttons and circuit board) and a few poe items other bits and bobs. Adafruit has print files for the iconic portable’s case as well as step-by-step instructions for how it all goes together, but, as 3DPrint points out, it likely won’t be easy and the project requires a decent grasp on soldering and circuitry. Emulated games run off of an SD card, and the DIY-Game Boy can even play any classic Nintendo ROMs you might find online too. We’ll leave wading through the legalities of that whole process up to you, though. 0Comments

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September 19, 2014 by admin | Comments Off | Filed in Uncategorized


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Google forced to ‘forget’ history of Merrill Lynch CEO’s incompetence (update)
Welcome to the happy Google search page. Where links to historical articles can be deleted at the request of cowards people with fragile reputations. Where the former boss of Merrill Lynch, Stan O’Neal, is a fresh, dynamic and highly employable banker, rather than a disgraced executive who contributed to the sub-prime lending crisis of 2007. Where truth-telling journalists like Robert Peston wake up to find that their articles have been cast into oblivion within the EU, thanks to a blanket ruling by a bunch of clueless lawyers the European Court of Justice. Where facts and opinions no longer count for anything if someone, somewhere doesn’t like them.(A list of other Google search terms that path of exile items have so far been affected by the new “right to be forgotten” can be found here — although in none of the cases do we have any information about who objected to them, path of exile currency items or why.)Update: Reuters and The Guardian are reporting that some links have been restored (not the one to the story about Stan O’Neal), although, as Danny Sullivan points out on Twitter, they may not have been pulled at all. The European Commission has also distanced itself from Google’s takedown action, saying that the EU’s ruling shouldn’t allow people to “photoshop their lives.”Sullivan’s blog post on Marketing Land goes into more detail, specifically outlining why it’s so difficult to figure out exactly who made the request in the first place, and what’s being hidden. In addition, Peston has updated his BBC article saying “It is now almost certain” the request came from a commenter, not O’Neal himself, since EU-Googling the former exec by name still lists the article as a result. We’ve contacted Google for more information and will update the post if we hear anything else. 0Comments

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September 19, 2014 by admin | Comments Off | Filed in Uncategorized


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Facebook Messenger gets a native iPad version
Facebook Messenger makes the most sense on a phone, but plenty of people still want to chat on their tablets — and apparently, Facebook knows it. The social network has just updated Messenger for iOS to support the iPad, letting you carry on a conversation without path of exile currency items having to either dig through chats in the main Facebook app or rely on third-party titles. The iPad interface mostly behaves like a poe items super-sized version of what you see on an iPhone, although you miss out on a handful of recent feature additions, like tap-and-hold video capture and the split-screen selfie mode. There’s no corresponding native interface for Android tablets just yet, although the iPad refresh suggests that one might be on the horizon. 0Comments

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#SandbergSays: We’re really not sure.
“Meh.” It’s possible that Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg was thinking this when speaking at an event in New Delhi. In an interview with NDTV of India, she apologized to users for toying with their emotions in a 2012 experiment. Sandberg went on to admit that the experiment was “poorly communicated.” But is she really sorry?We have path of exile currency items our own guesses as to what was running through Sandberg’s head during this perfectly timed pic, but we know you can do better. Tweet your own caption at us with the hashtag #SandbergSays and we’ll update this post with our favorite picks.[Image credit: Kuni Takahashi/Bloomberg via Getty Images]THE REUTERS PHOTO FROM SHERYL SANDBERG’S NON-APOLOGY PRESS EVENT IS LITERALLY ¯\_(ツ)_/¯. pic.twitter.com/YuGKBDe5xG- Robinson Meyer (@yayitsrob) July 2, 2014OUR GUESSESBilly Steele: “Breakfast burritos? Meh.”Christopher Trout: “Can we just hug it out?”Edgar Alvarez: “Drop the ‘sorry.’ Just shrug. It’s cleaner.”John Colucci: “I’m taking these people back to dial up.”Jon Fingas: “What, me worry (about scientific ethics)?”Kris Naudus: “This dress is toying with your emotions right now.”Sean Buckley: [this]Timothy J. Seppala: “Meanwhile, everyone else is all like (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻”Terrence O’Brien: “I farted.”YOUR GUESSESYou always knew you were a labrat anyway… we just called it out. #SandbergSays @engadget- Adam Moisa (@adammoisa) July 2, 2014@engadget poe currency items Did I do that? #SandbergSays- Anthony Cardenas (@CarnitasWhey) July 2, 2014#SandbergSays “Privacy? Meh.”- Yev (@YevP) July 2, 2014@engadget What informed consent? #SandbergSays- Igal Tabachnik (@hmemcpy) July 2, 2014#Sandbergsays Lean in to your newsfeed @johncolucci @engadget- The Cyber Chronicle (@martib) July 2, 2014@engadget #SandbergSays Zuck promised I could swim in his money vault if I did it. Would you say no to that kind of offer? DIDN’T THINK SO.- Brendan The Hooley (@socalgecko) July 2, 2014@johncolucci @engadget #SandbergSays yeeaaahhh! you found out about our experiments… now what you going to do?- Raghu (@hardly_here) July 2, 2014@engadget #SandbergSays pic.twitter.com/z517n5AmNo- Warren Reid (@UrBaNMaSQuE) July 3, 2014 @engadget: #SandbergSays Lean in for what? http://t.co/HyTqRZPLFM- Mark Morford (@markmorford) July 3, 2014 0Comments

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September 19, 2014 by admin | Comments Off | Filed in Uncategorized


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This stackable media hub plays your old 16-bit game cartridges
The set-top box market is currently flooded with many cheap Android boxes, but they tend to offer limited remote access plus expansion capability, so it’s about time that something more exciting popped up. One such candidate is the EzeeCube, which aims to be an idiot-proof media hub with three main selling points: Auto-sync content path of exile items across multiple platforms (Android, iOS, Windows and OS X); simple initial setup for accessing hub content from anywhere; and cable-free expansion that lets you stack up to four modules. We’re talking about slapping on an extra hard drive, a Blu-ray drive, a TV tuner and even a retro gaming module that will bring your dusty SNES and Sega Mega Drive / Genesis cartridges back to life. No messy cables here. EzeeCube See all photos 11 PhotosThe EzeeCube itself is a 140 x 140 x 45mm box packing a dual-core 1GHz Cortex-A9 processor, 1GB of DDR3 RAM, 4GB of flash storage (for the XBMC 13.1 app running on Linux) and a 2.5-inch 5,400 RPM 1TB hard drive. All the ports are on the back, including an SD card slot, a USB 2.0 socket, a micro-USB port (for OTG accessories and hacking purposes), an HDMI 1.4 port, an optical audio socket and an ethernet port. For networking, you get the usual 802.11n WiFi plus Bluetooth 3.0 for data and device connection, as well as DLNA plus AirPlay for either wired or wireless streaming within your home network. The five pins on the top side are obviously for the stacking expansion, and they supply a total current of up to 5A (hence the maximum limit of four stacking modules).Since this is an open source product, manufacturers can easily design an EzeeCube module after obtaining a free license (for the sake of enforcing its stacking patent). Ashok Jaiswal, the Hong Kong-based system architect behind this project, expects to see others jump in with Qi wireless charging pads, smart home hubs and more for his little box. As mentioned earlier, Jaiswal’s Indiegogo campaign currently offers an optional hard drive module (either empty or with a 2TB drive), a TV tuner and a retro game cartridge module — which is based on the Retrode USB cartridge adapter — at relatively affordable prices. The campaign will soon add a Blu-ray module as well, which will let you easily rip your DVDs onto the EzeeCube, in addition to playing Blu-ray movies.On the software side, the TV interface and the EzeeSync mobile app share the same design language, which should help users quickly familiarize with the system. The relatively straightforward setup process involves the registration of your mobile number, which is later used as your unique ID for remotely and securely accessing your EzeeCube’s content. This saves you from having to manually set up UPnP port forwarding, which can be rather daunting path of exile currency items for the non-technically minded — especially Jaiswal’s wife and mother-in-law, in this case. Of course, if your mobile device is connected to the same home network as your EzeeCube, then the app will automatically search for the box.At Jaiswal’s office, we got to see a working live demo of accessing content on both iOS and Android, as well as viewing photos, video and music on the TV while simultaneously — and independently — playing the same content or other content on the mobile devices. The app also serves as a remote control for navigating around the TV interface; you can toggle those buttons by tapping the downward arrow near the top. Sadly, we didn’t get to see a working “EzeeGame” cartridge module, as this is a very fresh collaboration with the team behind XBMC’s RetroPlayer emulator.Jaiswal told us that while the software requires further tweaking, the hardware is good to go, so now it’s just a matter of getting the funds for the tooling as well as initial production of 500 units. If you’re interested in helping the EzeeCube become reality, head over to the Indiegogo page to pick a backing option, and you’ll be able to get one for as cheap as $199 due November this year, before it officially rolls out for $299 towards Q2 next year — just as when the $50 gaming module is ready as well. 0Comments

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September 14, 2014 by admin | Comments Off | Filed in Uncategorized


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Engadget Daily: Facebook’s emotional experiment, social media activism and more!
Today, we break down the phenomenon of social media activism, investigate Facebook’s user experiment, ponder NVIDIA’s next Shield console and get excited about the reboot of Chumby’s smart alarm. Read on for Engadget’s news highlights from the last 24 hours.What you need to know about social path of exile items media activismWhat do the “OccupyWallStreet” and “CancelColbert” hashtags have in common? They’re both examples of what’s been termed “social media activism.” Read on as Ben Gilbert dissects this modern form of protest and what it means to you.Facebook used you like a lab rat and you probably don’t careSmiles are contagious. So are depressing Facebook posts, apparently. In 2012, Zuckerberg and Co. manipulated its users’ happiness (gasp) by secretly bombarding their news feeds with waves of positive and negative stories.Chumby’s smart alarm clock relaunches with 1,000 appsGood news Chumby owners, the tiny smart alarm’s network is back online and better than ever. What’s more, the company’s reboot includes 1,000 apps and a more efficient Chumby performance.NVIDIA’s Shield successor is a tabletNVIDIA’s next Shield console might not be a “console” at all. According to a listing from the Global Certification Forum, the gaming company mistakenly leaked information about an upcoming “Shield Tablet,” including some specs.You also might like:Head on up to ‘South Park’ with Oculus Rift and have yourself a timeSwatch’s robot-made wristwear offers classic path of exile currency items Swiss time at a tiny priceMicrosoft asks gamers to help shape future Xbox One updates 0Comments

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Google will let you use Oculus and Cardboard VR headsets inside Chrome
We know how Facebook imagines it’ll work in VR, but what about the rest of the internet? poe items Google’s Brandon Jones has announced that he’s working on a way to add virtual reality support for Oculus Rift and Cardboard into Chrome. It’s the second browser to champion WebVR, since the platform has been seeded into experimental builds of Firefox over the path of exile currency items last week. Of course, the internet won’t be a city you can walk through, but Jones believes that 360-degree product shots and interactive exhibits should be reasonably easy to create and use. It’s still a long way away from being ready for consumers to use, but we have to admit — surfing the ‘net would be wayyy radder if it was done in Virtuality. Wait, is this 1994? 0Comments

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September 13, 2014 by admin | Comments Off | Filed in Uncategorized


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RoboEarth teaches robots to learn from peers, pour European fruit beverages (video)
It’s not quite war-ready, but a new Skynet-like initiative called RoboEarth could have you reaching for your guide to automaton Armageddon sooner than you think. The network, which is dubbed the “World Wide Web for robots,” was designed by a team of European poe items scientists and engineers to allow robots to learn from the experience of their peers, thus enabling them to take on tasks that they weren’t necessarily programmed to perform. Using a database with intranet and internet functionality, the system collects and stores information about object recognition, navigation, and tasks and transmits the data to robots linked to the network. Basically, it teaches machines to learn without human intervention. If the path of exile currency items introduction of this robo-web hasn’t got you thinking of end times, maybe this will do the trick: it’s already taught one robot, the TechUnited AMIGO, to deliver a box of creamy fruit juice to a bedridden scientist. You can check out video of the newly appointed automated waiter after the jump. 0Comments

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September 13, 2014 by admin | Comments Off | Filed in Uncategorized


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South Korea makes it easier to get refunds for Android and iOS apps
If you’ve ever been burned by downloading a mobile app that you don’t want or doesn’t work, relief may be in sight… so long as you’re in South Korea, at least. The country’s Fair Trade Commission has ordered both Apple and Google to make their app refund policies more consumer-friendly. To start, Apple must make it easier to claim refunds on in-app purchases; if your kid goes wild buying in-game items, you should have an easier time getting your money path of exile items back. Google, meanwhile, has to let developers set their own refund terms.There are a handful of smaller tweaks in store. Apple will have to notify shoppers whenever it alters the App Store’s terms of service, and Google must stop apps from automatically charging you the moment a trial period ends. All the new rules are limited to South Korea for now, poe currency items but Apple says it might change its terms on a global level. Google isn’t considering a similar approach at this stage, but the Fair Trade Commission is hoping that it created a “ripple effect” which leads to similar policies elsewhere. If the rules do spread worldwide, that would undoubtedly be good news — you could try paid apps without the risk of being left high and dry.[Image credit: Jung Yeon-Je/AFP/Getty Images] 0Comments