WrestleMania 31 Live Blog and Results

It’s WrestleMania 31 time!

Sting’s first (and last?) match in the WWE! The Undertaker returns after his big loss to Brock Lesnar! John Cena looks to crush the undefeated Rusev! Rumors of The Rock showing up…somehow (after hosting SNL last night)!

WrestleMania Dream Matches the Never Happened

Join us here for IGN’s official live WrestleMania blog as I’ll be updating it all night long with match results and observations and what not. I’ll also be live tweeting over at @TheMattFowler.

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Why League of Legends is Smart for Staying Away from Consoles

There are times when it seems that certain mmo games want to conquer the world. They are released to great acclaim on the PC and eventually work their way over to the Mac. Gamers are playing the game nonstop and revenue is rolling in, but people begin to ask when the game is going to be ported over to consoles or mobile devices. Surely, such a move will only enhance the success that the game has enjoyed so far. The last year or two have seen many games follow this route, but it is surprising that one of the biggest online games of all, League of Legends, has come out and said that they have no plans on porting the game to consoles or any other devices. mmo-PLAY explain why League of Legends is smart for staying away from consoles. —> Read More

Surprising Facts about the Relation of Video Games and Learning

MyGameMag: Our brain is one of the most important parts of the body. It can be called the Power House that controls each and every act, movement, and thing we do, we think, or we see. There is not even a single work which we can do without brains instructions. While working, playing, studying, learning, seeing, talking, thinking, and even playing gameswe use our brain to control the movements and thoughts in a better way. Here are given some of the surprising facts about the relation of video games and learning. This article is especially going to be beneficial for the growing minds. So, let us have a look! —> Read More

Call of Duty: Advance Warfare Exo Zombies Infection Trailer Revealed

Activision has released a trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Exo Zombies Infection, the second part of the first-person shooter’s cooperative zombie experience.

Like the first part of Exo Zombies, included with Advanced Warfare’s Havoc DLC, Infection stars John Malkovich, Bill Paxton, Rose McGowan, and Jon Bernthal. After escaping the overrun Atlas research facility in the first part, the characters head to a Burgertown franchise where they must keep fighting for survival. Part two also introduces a new weapon, new traps, and a new, heavy zombie type.

Exo Zombies Infection comes with Advanced Warfare’s Ascendance DLC pack, which releases on March 31 for Xbox Live, with other platforms to follow.

You can also still catch the end of the 2015 Call of Duty Championship, where some of the best players in the world are competing for $1 million in prizes.

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Review: Bloodborne is the successor that the Soul series deserved (The Outerhaven)

The Outerhaven writes:

Being a what I consider to being a pretty die-hard fan of the FROMSOFTWAREs Demons Souls and Dark Souls series, one could imagine how I felt when it was announced that Bloodborne was going to be the next spiritual successor to the aforementioned games. Time has passed, and now that I finally have the game in my hands, I bid my family farewell, cut off the world and descend into the madness of the hunt. —> Read More

Chairman Wheeler Predicts FCC Will Beat Legal Challenge To Net Neutrality

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Tom Wheeler

Now that the FCC is the subject of several lawsuits, and its leader, Chairman Tom Wheeler, was dragged in front of Congress repeatedly to answer the same battery of inanity, it’s worth checking in to see how the agency is feeling. Is it confident that its recent vote to reclassify broadband under Title II of the Telecommunications Act will hold? Yes, unsurprisingly. Recently, Wheeler gave… Read More —> Read More

Pushed Off

Pushed off Notifications

Phones can make us jerks. They let us ignore friends, cancel plans last-minute, and annoy those around us in public. But this month, we got a whole new way to abuse our mobile devices. Unless we can manage how we interrupt each other, it could ruin one of the most promising modern communication mediums: livestreaming. “Josh Constine is live: I’m bored so watch me”… Read More —> Read More

The JOBS Act Is Progress But Much Remains To Be Done

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We’re approaching the third anniversary of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act, an omnibus bill of far-reaching financial reforms that was signed into law by President Obama on April 5, 2012. Containing seven Titles, the legislation’s intent was, and is, to create cost-effective access to capital for companies of all sizes. Title II and Title III, the Access to Capital… Read More —> Read More

Suicide Squad to Feature Arkham Asylum

Suicide Squad will take moviegoers on a visit to Arkham Asylum, according to a tease by the film’s director, David Ayer.

In a post on Twitter, Ayer shared the following message:

Set dec. Every detail matters #SuicideSquad pic.twitter.com/WA8fQgXFif

— David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) March 27, 2015

Suicide Squad will feature a number of iconic villains from its DC Comics source material, including The Joker, played by Jared Leto, who just recently bleached his hair for the role. Additionally, Margot Robbie is set to play Harely Quinn while Will Smith has been cast as Deadshot. Other noteworthy cast members include Jai Courtney as Captain Boomerang and Joel Kinnaman as Rick Flag.

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Meerkat And Periscope Aren’t Sure What To Do With Their Hands

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What is it about us that makes us do weird things on new apps? Just two days into the launch of the new live streaming app Periscope and showing off the contents of our fridge to thousands of strangers around the Internet is a thing. The hashtags #fridgeview and #showusyourfridge regularly pop up during live streaming events on Periscope.
This is a phenomenon that does not seem to exist on… Read More —> Read More

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