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PlayStation 4 has big release

Written by: Steven Setser Hello, and welcome to the final issue of SpecTech for this semester. I would like to announce my retirement from the Spectator. I will no longer be writing SpecTech, and I would like to thank all of my readers for their support during the last few years. This week has been a busy one for Sony, ...

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Hedgehog returns with kicking vengeance

Written by: Steven Setser After 2006, many thought that Sonic was finished, but then the impossible happened: a Sonic boom. After hits like Sonic Unleashed, Sonic Colors and Sonic Generations, many wondered what Sonic would do on next generation systems. Sonic Lost World was announced exclusive to Nintendo and seems to have been heavily influenced by the company itself. Is ...

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Apple to have new gear

Written by: Steven Setser Yet again, this week proved to be a week filled with rumors and new gadgets. Microsoft released a Remote Desktop app for Android and iOS that allows you to use your PC from an Android or iOS phone or tablet. Microsoft is working on a version for Windows Phone 8. If you did not update your ...

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Rayman Legend adventure goes on

Written by: Steven Setser It’s no surprise that I loved Rayman Origins when I bought it over the summer. I grew up playing Sonic the Hedgehog, so I’m naturally good at platformers. I never enjoyed the Rayman series until Origins though. When Rayman Legends announced that it would be multi-console instead of Wii U exclusive, I was excited. However, could ...

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Valve to release Steam Box

Written by: Steven Setser Welcome back, fellow readers. Have you replaced Pandora with iTunes Radio yet? Me neither. Anyways, let’s see what Valve has been working on and find out when you can play the Xbox One before its release. Valve had some major announcements after its initial SteamOS reveal. It will also be making the rumored Steam Box, a ...

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Microsoft announces information on new tablets

Written by: Steven Setser Welcome to another issue of Spec Tech! I hope you are all finished skipping classes to play Grand Theft Auto 5. This week Microsoft pleased many people and also killed an App. Also, BlackBerry has to delay a product, per the norm. Microsoft held a conference and announced the Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2. The ...

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iPhone gets personal next week

Written by: Steven Setser Hello, SpecTech followers, and welcome to another wonderful Thursday. In this issue we have a lot to talk about from Samsung to Apple. Also, the Xbox One got a release date! You’ve been waiting for it. The Xbox One will release in the U.S. on Nov. 22 while the PS4 will release on Nov. 15. Microsoft ...

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Increased controller use for Xbox One

Written by: Steven Setser Hello, SpecTech followers, and welcome to another wonderful Thursday! This week, Xbox increased the amount of controllers the One can have, and LG announced a device before it was supposed to, so let’s dig right in. First off, Microsoft announced that the Xbox One will be able to have eight controllers, but not all games will ...

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SpecTech: Apple, Samsung, Blackberry and Microsoft to release upgrades

by Steven Setser   Welcome to another edition of Spec Tech, where you can read about all of the newest technologies coming out. Let’s get started! Do you have a small phone? Don’t worry. Samsung has got you covered with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. This phone has not officially been announced yet, but Samsung representatives have said that it ...

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Microsoft pacifies customers

Written by: Steven Setser   Welcome to the new academic year with a fresh edition of SpecTech. If you are new this year, welcome to VSU! SpecTech is all about keeping you up to speed with the rapid changing technology around us. I give the latest information on cell phones, tablets, computers and just about everything in between. I also ...

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