The Making Of Skywind Revealed In New Developer Diary Video

The development team of the highly anticipated Skywind mod that brings together two classic Elder Scrolls games Morrowind and Skyrim, has this week released a new 12 minute development trailer showing the making of the Skywind mod.

The new developer diary video reveals more of the hard work that has been already put into the Skywind mod and delves deeper in to the ambitious plan to move the Morrowind game into the Skyrim games engine.


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Motorola Moto G LTE Coming In June (Rumor)

We recently heard that Motorola would be launching an LTE enabled version of the Moto G, the Motorola Moto G LTE, and now according to a new report, the handset may launch in June.

The Motorola Moto G LTE will apparently come with the same specifications as the existing model, although there will be some minor changes, which will include the addition of LTE and 16GB of built in storage, the rest of the specifications are expected to remain the same.

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LG G3 Mini Spotted In The Wild

In the past few days, we’ve heard quite a lot about the alleged LG G3, which has popped up a number of times on benchmarking websites, and leaked images — not the device, but its box.

Now, the alleged LG G3 Mini was spotted in the wild. It’s actually not a surprise, LG recently launched the mini version of the LG G2, and I’m certain we’ll see a miniature version of the LG G3 after the launch of the flagship device itself.


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Koenigsegg One:1 Uses 3D Printed Parts (Video)

Koenigsegg are creating six of their Koenigsegg One:1, the company describes this new supercar as the world’s first Megacar, and some of the vehicles parts are made using 3D printing.

The company is using 3D printing to print a number of parts for the Koenigsegg One:1, this has enabled the manufacturer to test out new parts for the car, and also 3D print a number of parts for the final vehicle in materials like titanium, carbon fiber and more.

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Tubecore Duo Modular Speakers Have Been Designed To Mod

Tubecore Duo speakers have been designed to be able to be modified by their owners thanks to its embedded computer. The Raspberry Pi or UDOO embedded computer within the Tubecore Duo speakers allow it to be modified, hacked and upgraded and the speaker is designed around a powerful Class A Tube Preamp.

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Chui Intelligent Doorbell Uses Facial Recognition

If you are in the market for a new doorbell and would like it to include a little more up-to-date technology. You might be interested in the Chui, which is being marketed as the world’s most intelligent doorbell and uses facial recognition.

Chui is equipped with a smart camera that makes your home socially intelligent and Chui can be used as a doorbell as well as a security and monitoring device inside your house if required.

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Nokia’s Mobile Division To be Renamed Microsoft Mobile Oy

The Nokia and Microsoft deal is expected to be finalized later this month, and Microsoft will take over Nokia’s mobile phone division and also the Lumia brand.

According to a recent report , Nokia’s mobile division, which is currently called Nokia Oy, will be renamed to Microsoft Mobile Oy, the news comes in a letter than was sent out to partners of Nokia Oy.

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Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition Finally Launches On Android

Gamers patiently waiting for the arrival of the new revamped Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition to be rereleased for Android devices, will be pleased to learn that it is now available to purchase from the Google Play store the $9.99.

The Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition has been available on iOS devices since March 2013 and it has taken quite some time for the game to launch on Android after a number of delays.

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Nike Fires 80 Percent Of Nike Fuelband Development Team

It has been rumoured for some time that Nike may be considering closing down production and development of its wrist worn Nike Fuelband fitness tracker.

Adding to this speculation, it has now been reported that Nike has now fired 80 percent of the team responsible for the development of the hardware and updating the companion applications which are available both on iOS and Android devices.

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Neil Young Pono Player Raises Over $6.2 Million Via Kickstarter (video)

Neil Young’s Pono Music player launched on Kickstarter at the beginning of March and raised $1.6 million on Kickstarter in just the first day of launch.

Now the Kickstarter project has finished with the Neil Young’s Pono Player becoming the third most successful Kickstarter campaign of all time raising more that $6.2 million in funding from backers.


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Apple And Google Offering Developers Deals For Exclusive Games

Gaming on both Apple’s iOS platform and Google’s Android platform is extremely popular, and now according to a recent report, both Apple and Google are attempting to get developers to release exclusive games for their platforms.

Apple and Google are apparently trying to make sure that their platforms get exclusive games, this has apparently been going on for some time, with the two companies, fighting it out to get exclusive content.

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Star Wars: Rebels Animated Series Wondercon 2014 Teaser Trailer (video)

During WonderCon in Anaheim, California, Disney has taken the opportunity To reveal the first clip from their new Star Wars Rebels animated series that will premiere this autumn with a one-hour special on Disney XD.

The new Star Wars Rebels animated series has a similar style to the Star Wars : The Clone Wars productions and the development team includes a variety of key employees that worked on The Clone Wars prior to Disney purchasing Lucasfilm.

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