Netflix has big plans for creating original content in 2013, the first being House of Cards, which was released earlier today.
RIM have just officially revealed the Blackberry Z10, the first official phone to run the company’s new BB10 operating system. As the first device to run the new OS, RIM have made a pretty impressive device to make sure it runs smoothly, giving customers an experience to remember.
Epic Citadel has launched on Android, and is now available on Google Play and the Amazon App Store. The app is more of a demonstration of the Epic’s Unreal Engine 3, which has created a simply stunning medieval kingdom for you to walk around in first person. Previously, Epic Citadel was only available on iOS, however now that it’s made the jump it can be viewed on the latest popular Android tablets, such as the Nexus 10, which has an incredible screen for viewing applications like this.
The Crysis 3 beta is available to download on PS3, XBOX 360 and PC. Graphically, the game is very similar to Crysis 2, however a number of new features and game modes have been included, some of which are accessible in this beta.
When I started Geeks Have Landed, I was unable to settle on a design and kept changing it until, in April of last year, I settled on the design which the site has been sporting ever since. Today, Geeks Have Landed has undergone a significant change in an attempt to help boost traffic to the site, as well making it an easier experience for you, the reader.
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Moleskine have been nice enough to send us an Evernote notebook, which we covered in an article last year. The notebook is of extremely high quality, and is specifically designed so that you can easily snap a picture of your sketches and send them straight to your Evernote account. The notebook also comes with a 3 month premium subscription to Evernote.