The year’s best sci-fi game might be a 2D space shooter

The year’s best sci-fi game might be a 2D space shooterTeleportation changes everything Top-down space shooters are all about avoidance, but historically that means staying away from enemies and their waves and waves of bullets.

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We’re live at IFA 2014 in Berlin!

It’s the first week of September, which means we’re getting ready to attend the annual IFA trade show in Berlin. IFA is a difficult show to describe: While it’s becoming a huge launchpad for smartphones, tablets and smartwatches, it’s also…

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Vortex Features LG G3 Display for New VR Headset

Vortex Features LG G3 Display for New VR HeadsetIt's time to add another name to the growing list of companies looking to push the boundaries of virtual reality. Unveiled at PAX Prime in Seattle, Vortex VR's VRTX I headset uses the display from the LG G3 to create a standalone virtual reality experience. The VRTX I is essentially a head-mounted system that relies on the user to supply their own display, in this case an LG G3.

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Join us next Tuesday, September 9th for Apple’s iPhone 6 and iWatch event

Join us next Tuesday, September 9th for Apple's iPhone 6 and iWatch eventApple product launches are always heavy on buzz, but the event dialed in for September 9th has the hype level off the charts: besides a bigger iPhone (or two) with an all-new design, we're expecting to see the first glimpse of the company's wearable. The iWatch — or whatever it ends up being called — may not launch until 2015 according to the latest reports, but you don't build a three-story structure in front of a big theater where you launched the original Macintosh just to show off a new phone. …

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Turkey hosts Internet forum despite ‘abysmal’ web freedom record

Turkey on Tuesday began hosting a major UN-backed forum on Internet governance despite criticism of its “abysmal” record for limiting Internet rights. The Internet Governance Forum (IGF) is an annual global gathering that aims to bring together governments, activists and business to discuss how to regulate and encourage use of the web. “We need to spread knowledge and share the benefits of the Internet through bridging the digital divide,” said UN Assistant Secretary General Thomas Gaas as the four-day meeting opened. Yet the choice of Istanbul as the venue for the meeting has been highly contentious, given Turkey's patchy record on Internet freedoms which included temporary bans on YouTube and Twitter this year.

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