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Aiden Pearce can control the world of information in 'Watch Dogs.'
E3: 'Watch Dogs' Criticizes a Hyperconnected Society
June 14, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Your greatest weapon is a smartphone in 'Watch Dogs,' Ubisofts near-future open-world game.
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Based on the hit show, 'South Park: The Stick of Truth' delivers an unorthodox role-playing game.
E3: 'South Park: The Stick of Truth' Looks Surprisingly Good
June 14, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
'South Park: The Stick of Truth' is not only very funny, but looks like a surprisingly good game.
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ReKognition Face Detection
Smart Glasses Service Dodges Google's Face Recognition Ban
June 14, 2013, by Jeremy Hsu, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
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dads shopping infographic
Dads Beat Everyone Else at Finding Online Deals
June 14, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Forget coupon clipping; digital dads use their smartphones to find deals for the family.
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Explore a haunted asylum in 'Outlast' from Red Barrels.
E3: 'Outlast' Delivers Atmospheric Horror
June 14, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
'Outlast' pits a lone photographer against dark corridors, spooky noises and terrifying creatures.
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Riley, the lovable 'Call of Duty' dog, has taken on a life of his own.
E3: 'Call of Duty: Ghosts' Puts a Dog Front and Center
June 14, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
'Call of Duty: Ghosts' offers a brand new setting and a loyal, deadly dog for company.
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How to Wade Through Spy Agencies' Acronym Soup
June 14, 2013, Ben Weitzenkorn, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
OMG! What do CIA, NSA, FBI and FISA stand for?
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clipchat screenshots
Kids Should Ditch Snapchat for Safer Clipchat
June 13, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Better privacy controls, pixelated previews and a shared friend stream make Clipchat safer for kids, but just as fun.
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World's Fastest Supercomputer
Supercomputer Power: Flops and Floating Points
June 13, 2013, by Tim Sharp, Reference Editor
Today's supercomputers make billions of calculations per second, called floating-point operations, or flops.
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Security Practices
Future Metadata Will Reveal Even More About You
June 13, 2013, by Jillian Scharr, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
As media technologies improve, so do the quantity and quality of the circumstantial data they generate.
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surveillance, security, harry potter, innovation
Harry Potter Meets High-Tech in Surveillance Tracking System
June 13, 2013, Elizabeth Palermo, TechNewsDaily Contributor
A real world Maurader's Map can track over a dozen people at once.
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The Xbox One is a sleek, angular, futuristic device.
E3: Xbox One Looks Beyond Games
June 13, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
The Xbox One is a powerful machine, even for applications outside of playing games.
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'Bayonetta 2,' an action game for an older audience, is just what the Wii U needs.
E3: 'Bayonetta 2' Is Exactly What the Wii U Needs
June 13, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Stylish action game with an unusual heroine will inject some life into the Wii U.
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security, privacy, device, gadget, electronics, spy
Forget the NSA: Your Tech Gadgets Are Spying on You
June 13, 2013, Elizabeth Palermo, BusinessNewsDaily Contributor
From smartphones to TVs, your devices can be used against you.
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Where Did Mars' Atmosphere Go? NASA To Investigate | Video
June 13, 2013, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
The MAVEN mission to Mars will use an Ultraviolet Spectrograph (IUVS) to study the extremely thin Martian atmosphere. This will help scientists better understand what happened to liquid water on the planet.
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"Animal Crossing" has grown into one of Nintendo's most popular franchises.
Create a Virtual Life with Nintendo's 'Animal Crossing: New Leaf'
June 13, 2013, Robert Workman, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Nintendo's latest game in the virtual city-building series continues the trend of creating — and enjoying — your own little life.
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DDoS Attacks: What They Are, and How to Defend Against Them
June 12, 2013, by TechNewsDaily.com, staff
DDOS attacks can be some of the most difficult to overcome, check out our video to see what they are and how you can do to stop them.
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artist's rendering of drone launching air-to-ground missile
How Obama's 'Disposition Matrix' Kill List Could Be Used on U.S. Soil
June 12, 2013, Jesse Emspak, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Drones may be coming home to roost.
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computers
How the Government Decides to Track You Online
June 12, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Twitter users joke about NSA snooping, but it may be time to reevaluate what you say on social media and if you should use it at all.
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Sony Prices PS4 at $399
June 12, 2013, by Clayton Ashely
Sony takes on Microsoft, pricing its new PS4 below Xbox One. Powered by NewsLook.
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pinterest search
Why Pinterest's New Search Doesn't Go Far Enough
June 12, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
At last, pinners can opt to see only their own pins, but success relies on how diligent they were with using keywords.
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Robo Roach
How to Control a Cockroach Using Your Smartphone
June 12, 2013, by Jillian Scharr, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Just what you've always wanted—a remote-controlled cockroach!
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gaming, video games, konami
Sympathy for Dracula: 'Castlevania' Classic Game Reboot
June 12, 2013, Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Take control of series villain Dracula in 'Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2.'
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Remember Me: Excellent Speculative Fiction, But A Flawed Game
Remember Me: Excellent Speculative Fiction, But A Flawed Game | Video
June 12, 2013, by Clayton Ashely
Remember Me's vivid world of computerized memories and strong characters sets the stage for an intriguing piece of speculative fiction, but as a video game certain elements hold it back.
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assassin's creed naval battle
E3: With 4th Edition, How Far Can 'Assassin's Creed' Go?
June 12, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
The pirate-themed 'Assassin's Creed IV' is arr-guably the most expansive game in the series yet.
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