A lot of FPS games are paid, but there are many you can play for free. Most FPS games have online versions where you play in a supported browser or download a program for your PC that allows you to connect to the game online. We have collected links and information about some of the more popular free FPS games available. All the games listed here are free to play, but there may be some limitations, and you have to register for many of them and download game clients to your computer to be able to connect to the game online.
Hands-on with Huawei’s enormous 6.1 inch smartphone
Microsoft Announces 60 Million Windows 8 Licenses Sold
Roland Hutchinson, geeky-gadgets.com
Back in November, Microsoft announced that they had sold 40 million copies of their latest OS, Windows 8, the 40 million copies were sold in just one month since Windows 8 was launched.Microsoft has now announced another milestone for their Window…
Reditr: impresionante Aplicación de Reddit para escritorio con UI simil-TweetDeck y Sincronización entre Plataformas [Reseña]
As famous a website and social network as Reddit is, it doesn’t have official apps on all major platforms. Redditors who Reddit on desktop mostly use the website but Reditr is an app available for Mac, Windows, Linux and Chrome that will make you forget the website altogether. The desktop client lets you manage one or multiple Reddit accounts and create a Reditr account that syncs your activity across all its own apps. It maintains a history of links you’ve visited, supports keyboard shortcuts and provides an easy-to-navigate, TweetDeck-like column view for all subreddits that you follow. The app is great if you have both a real and several throwaway accounts or if you’re just a lurker. Post links can all be previewed within the app (this includes videos and GIF images) while links in comments open in your browser. Reditr actively monitors for new comments and up/down votes, sports a gallery view for subreddits and lets you upload images directly to Imgur when you submit content…Keep Reading »
Tech Through 90-Year-Old Eyes: Are We Really Better Off? http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/tech-through-90-year-old-eyes-are-we-really-better-off-feature/
Microsoft took some stabs at Google Wednesday, alleging anew that it’s being shunned from a full fledged YouTube app and offering a fresh take on Mountain View’s decision to discontinue Google Sync via the Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync protocol.
Tobii Rex, the eye-tracking peripheral for PCs, has the opportunity to make touch‐screens look “so 2012” at CES 2013 next week.
That’s where Swedish developer Tobii Technology plans to show off its latest forward-looking Windows 8 eye-controlling technology.
Polaroid To Open Retail Stores This Year http://www.ubergizmo.com/2013/01/polaroid-to-open-retail-stores-this-year/
Vea los 60 segundos de las impresionantes características y el diseño de interacción que caracterizan a Ubuntu en los smartphones.
Watch 60 seconds of the stunning features and interaction design that characterise Ubuntu on smartphones.
Our top London agent Vlad Savov just got his hands on the new Ubuntu phone OS and was able to get a quick look at some of the new OS’s trademark features, including its new gesture-based interface. There’s a bit of lag while swiping through the phone’s different panels, but overall it looks to be quite the attractive and intelligent interface. Unlike nearly all of the major phone operating systems, there’s no “home” button to speak of in Ubuntu — it’s all based on gestures.
There’s also no “lock screen” to speak of; users can just swipe in from the edges to access their content any time, rather than having to get past a gatekeeper sort of screen before accessing their apps. Swiping down from the top can bring up a variety of menus, including messaging and settings, depending on where exactly you swipe. All in all, it’s an attractive-looking OS, and Galaxy Nexus users should be able to flash the Ubuntu phone OS images to install for users soon. However, the first real shipping devices won’t be available until early 2014…Keep Reading »
U.S. now has more internet-connected gadgets than people http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2256305/U-S-internet-connected-gadgets-people.html
“Let the sorrows be out and happiness be in, slowly and steadily let the New Year begin! Happy New Year 2013”
A new report today claiming Apple is prepping an iPhone 5S for test production in December and volume manufacturing early in 2013 is spreading like wildfire through the blogosphere. The initial source is Chinese-language publicat…
Stan Schroeder, mashable.com
China’s ZTE plans to break some records at CES 2013, among them being the one for the thinnest 5-inch smartphone.
The ZTE Grand S sports a 5-inch, 1920x1080 pixel screen and a 13-megapixel camera while being just 6.9mm thin.
The latest, most expensive routers include so many facilities you’d be forgiven for thinking they’re more like PCs than tools for networking. This thought should lead you to wonder if you can use a regular PC to do the same thing. The answer, than…