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Ben Logan
1 August 2013

Portable gaming might not seem to be the best venture to currently embark upon, with Nintendo’s 3DS having more or less sown up the market for core gamers and thereby leaving the more powerful Sony Vita behind. Into this market though, Nvidia have seen fit to launch their new ‘Shield’ – a high quality handheld gaming device whose performance is being described by reviewers as “incredible”. Nvidia’s first end-user release resembles a 5 inch Android tablet protruding from a console style gaming controller. As such it can run all of the expected Android apps, but also serves as a powerful…

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Ben Logan
19 July 2013

The new Relias Learning Management System (RLMS) has been launched, with a host of fresh features as well as a vastly enhanced user experience. Thanks to the use of extensive testing and customer feedback, Relias Learning has significantly upgraded their software. In addition, previously confusing navigation options have been removed in this latest upgrade, plus a wealth of videos and How-To guides have been included to make the customer experience as straightforward as possible Some of the updates to RLMS include auto enrolment of learners, a live dashboard for monitoring, live event management and an enhanced set of reporting functionality…

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Ben Logan
17 July 2013

One of the first great successes of the gaming Kickstarter generation, the Ouya is a budget priced gaming console that won’t be causing any sleepless nights for Microsoft, Sony or Nintendo, but could be of interest to the retro gamers as well as a niche demographic. The console itself is about the same size as a coffee mug and looks like a small cube with rounded edges. Its streamlined design simply has a single Power On button and a selection of ports at the back for USB, HDMI, LAN and the power port. Being a smaller player on the scene…

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Ben Logan
21 June 2013

Irish company Soundwave have recently launched their innovative social music app, which has already garnered praise from Apple founder Steve Wozniak and Stephen Fry. The application allows the user to choose an area, either local to them or worldwide, and find out what music people are listening to. A nifty user interface allows parameters to be drawn on a map to choose a local area and delve into the musical tastes of people within those borders To ensure a smooth release, the app was put through an extensive testing process, in cooperation with Google and Apple. According to company co-founder…

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Ben Logan
18 June 2013

Rumours are once again rife in the cut-throat world of social media, this time regarding Facebook’s enigmatic invites that have been sent out for their June 20event. The message reads: “A small team has been working on a big idea. Join us for coffee and learn about a new product”. Speculation has already begun, with many predicting an announcement that Facebook’s Instagram is to be adding video functionality. A video that seems to confirm the report has surfaced and while many are warning that it could all be a red herring, reports that Facebook were testing a video feature for…

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Ben Logan
12 June 2013

Vine, the most recent in a long line of social media applications that allows its users to share each detail of their day to day existence in excruciating detail, was an instant hit when introduced to the Apple store in January. Despite only being available for Android devices for a week thus far, it has become the number one Social App download thanks to its streamlined usability. Vine allows users to post 6 second clips and share them with their followers in a fashion we are used to seeing with Tumblr for images and Twitter for brief bursts of text….

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