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TextMate 2 goes open source

Allan Odgaard announced today that the upcoming TextMate 2 (the next version of development text editor TextMate for the Mac, a commercial product that costs US$49) is now open source software, and is available on GitHub for those who wish to contribute. The application is covered under version 3 of the GNU General Public License […]

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WRUP: Nightmare glitch edition

For this week’s installment of WRUP, please enjoy a header that is the result of a glitch that suddenly gives you a nightmare in the middle of the day. It’s pretty bad here, and it’s even worse when you’re sitting down and playing and then oh hello horrible skin-mask. I was playing RIFT at the […]

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Fujitsu Stylistic Q702 and LifeBook T902 convertibles show up with Windows 8, we go hands-on (video)

The annual Hong Kong Computer & Communications Festival is usually just flooded with discounted computer products and booth babes, so we were pleasantly surprised when we spotted a couple of unreleased Windows 8, dual-digitizer devices at the Fujitsu booth. Pictured above is the Stylistic Q702 “Quattro,” an 11.6-inch tablet-cum-laptop that was announced last month. This […]

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Around Azeroth: You have some competition

Fire mage Dainnafyr of Vigil for the Phoenix on Earthen Ring (US-A) climbed up to one of the bluffs surrounding Orgrimmar to take the perfect picture of her most fiery outfit (with matching Volcanospike!). Her Murkablo felt threatened by this challenge to its … manhood? Murlochood? Whatever it is, it decided to compete with Dainnafyr […]

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The Mog Log: Final Fantasy and free-to-play

Subscriptions are dying. There’s no two ways about it. Star Wars: The Old Republic is switching over, and whether or not they liked the game, fans of Final Fantasy XIV have no room to throw stones about the game’s success. That leaves a handful of holdouts in the normal subscription space, and that doesn’t include […]