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Marco Arment’s New Overcast Podcast Player App is Now Out

Podcast lover and developer Marco Arment has launched his newest podcast player called Overcast. It’s basically a fast and responsive podcast player that allows you to tweak your favorite podcasts to enhance your listening experience.


Joy the Baker Podcast #123: Pool With a House

In the 123rd episode of Joy The Baker Podcast, hosts Joy the Baker and Tracy Benjamin of Shutterbean share their summer bucket list, which includes fitness, wearing shorts, and baking hamburger buns.


Seanwes Podcast #092: 4 Keys to Growing an Audience When You Feel Like You’re Not Getting Recognition

What do you do when your audience just won’t seem to grow no matter what you do?

The 60-Second Podcast: Headbanging Risks

We know how awesome Lemmy Klimister is, but a 50-year-old Motörhead fan went overboard with his appreciation and headbanged to the point that caused bleeding in his brain, which needed surgery.

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In this episode of the 60-Second Podcast, Dina Fine Maron reports how the patient experienced intense headaches a month after whipping his head violently back and forth. Later, attending doctors discovered a chronic subdural hematoma, which is an injury where blood collects under the brain’s outer membrane, in the right side of his brain. The injury required surgical repair.


The report discusses how headbanging, although fun and fairly harmless, can pose health and safety risks if carried out too far. Some of the dangers include whiplash and neck or head injuries, not unlike the aforementioned case.

You can download the episode here.

‘The Last of Us: Remastered’ Requires 50Gb of PS4 HDD Space

The Last of Us: Remastered is a beautiful remake for PlayStation 4 but will require 50Gb of HDD space, according to the game’s packaging info. Some players already have availed of the game but when they broadcast it via Twitch it shuts down because the game won’t be released yet until the 30th of July.

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Titanfall Marked For Death for Xbox 360 Announced

Titanfall‘s Marked for Death mode is coming out next week for Xbox 360, as a follow-up to last month’s release for PC and Xbox One.

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In Marked For Death, there will be one player on each team that players from the other team must hunt down, and must be defended by their own teammates. Players are also awarded points for certain accomplishments, such as kills, deaths, protecting targeted teammates, and surviving as marked players.

Along with the update comes 14 new Titan Burn Cards which add “amped Titan weapons and enhanced Titan abilities”. Users won’t lose selected Titan Burn Cards if they get killed.

Nvidia’s New 8-inch Shield Tablet and Controller Launch on July 29

Nvidia has a new 8-inch Shield Tablet suitable for portable gaming, and it bears a striking resemblance to the HTC One (M7). The LCD display has a resolution of 1920×1200, weighing only at 390 grams (0.89 pounds). It will use the version of Tegra K1 Kevlar GPU, with a 32-bit chip with four Cortex-A15 cores clocked to 2.2GHz, and 2GB of Ram.

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New Xbox One Update for August Adds Remote Purchases and Downloads

Xbox One has a new update for August that will improve the system. Xbox Live director of programming Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb has pointed out the new changes that owners can expect to arrive next month.

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