Blizzard’s Mists of Pandaria Expansion Brings 1 Million Subscribers Back To WoW

Blizzards World of Warcraft has been out for some eight years now after being originally launched back in November of 2004, but recently the huge MMORPG, which once had 12 million players had recently started to lose players, losing over 1 million subscribers in the past three months.

However with the launch of their new WoW Mists of Pandaria expansion for the game, Blizzard has now been able to entice players back and has just added another million subscribers to its books.

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Razer Project Fiona High Spec Gaming Tablet Moves Into Production (video)

Earlier this month Razer set fans of its Project Fiona gaming tablet a goal to Like the Facebook page Razer setup with 10,000 Likes/Shares. On hitting the goal Razer would then consider moving the Razer Project Fiona gaming tablet into production.

Well Razer got its 10,000 Facebook fans an is now looking to more the production of their high specification gaming tablet to the next stage. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Razer Fiona project and see it in action.

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Nokia Lumia 610 To Get Performance Update

Nokia has announced that they will be releasing a performance update for their Lumia 610 smartphone, they also noted that this is not the Windows Phone 7.8 update for the Lumia 610, but a separate update.

According to Nokia the performance update will bring a range of enhancements to the device, which will include overall system performance, camera imporvements and usability.

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Nokia Transport Beta App Updated For Windows Phone

Today Nokia has released a new update for its Nokia Transport beta application on Windows Phone, which brings with it a number of new addition, tweaks and fixes.

Major new updates include the addition of a newly designed users interface together with more intelligent auto-predictions of likely destinations, and now the beta app prioritises transport stations in its search results for users.

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Facebook Android App In Final Testing

It looks like Facebook could be getting closer to releasing a native application for Google’s mobile OS, ad according to Engadget, the native app is in the final testing stages.

Engadget apparently received the information from a source within Facebook, although no details were given on exactly when the app would be released to the Google Play Store.

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iPhone Maker Foxconn Halts iPhone 5 Production Due To Staff Strike

Apple’s iPhone 5 is already in short supply due to the huger demand for the handset, and now it is possibly that there could be even more shortages of the iPhone 5, as staff at the factory in China which produce the iPhone 5 have walked out.

Foxconn have been forced to halt production of the iPhone 5, as staff are now protesting against working conditions at the factory, this is something that has come under criticism in the past, although Apple looked into the working conditions and reported that they were satisfactory.

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BBC iPlayer Radio Service And iOS App Launches, Android App Arriving Soon

The BBC has today launched a new radio only web service in the form of the new BBC iPlayer Radio website, which will provide users with access to a dedicted pages for all the BBC’s radio channels and shows.

The new BBC iPlayer Radio Service includes individual home pages for each radio station with catch-up features for each, to make sure you never miss out on your favourite radio program again.

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SIM Free HTC Desire X Now Available In The UK

The HTC Desire X was announced back in September, and now the SIM free version of the handset is available in the UK with a number of retailers, and it retails for £218 including taxes.

The HTC Desire X features a Dual-core 1 GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 Snapdragon S4 processor, plus a a 4 inch LCD touchscreen display with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels .sporting a resolution of 480 x 800.

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YouTube Expands Original Content With Additional Channels From Europe (video)

YouTube has this week added a number of new original content channels from Europe, expanding its already existing and growing line-up of original content.

The new YouTube channels too be added to the list include topics such as sports, music, comedy, news, animation, local cuisine, health and wellness. Adding to the already 100 original channels available to YouTube viewers and increasing it to 160 channels.

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Samsung Galaxy Note II Source Code Released

Samsung has now released the source code for the latest Android smartphone, the new Samsung Galaxy Note II, and the code includes Android 4.1 Jelly Bean plus the latest version of Samsung’s custom UI, TouchWiz 4.0.

The Android 4.1 Jelly Bean source code for the new Samsung Galaxy Note II will allow developers to create custom ROM’s for the Galaxy Note II.

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Nokia Lumia 920 Headed To Rogers In Canada Next Month

Last week we heard that the Nokia Lumia 920 would be available exclusively in the US with AT&T, and now Rogers in Canada have announced that they will be the exclusive carrier for the handset in Canada, and the device will launch in November.

As a reminder the Nokia Lumia 920 comes with Windows Phone 8 and features a 4.5 inch HD display with a resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels, processing is provided by a dual core Snapdragon S4 processor.

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Angry Birds Star Wars Launching November 8th (Video)

On the weekend Rovio Mobile teased a new version of their Angry Birds game, Angry Birds Star Wars, and no we have some more details on when the game will be available as well as a quick teaser video.

Angry Birds will be launched on Apple’s iOS, Google’s Android OS, and the PC on the 8th of November, and as well as the game for mobile devices there will also be some Angry Birds Star Wars themed table games.

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