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Ashleel Panties? | The Comment Show #8

Hide your women, your children and your Facebook profiles! We go in deep in this new episode of The Comment Show, and what we find is horrifying! Be sure to follow us all over social media. We love attention! YouTube:: http://bit.ly/17kS5ot Facebook :: http://bit.ly/1Vp1dj5 Twitter :: http://bit.ly/1LJxjwS Instagram :: http://bit.ly/1TaB0V7 Want to know us better? Follow us on Twitter! Manas Joy :: https://twitter.com/Krussail Nikhill Michigan :: https://twitter.com/NikhillMichigan Joash Cornelious :: https://twitter.com/joashcornelius Jasmeet Singh :: https://twitter.com/Jasmeet0601 Register with us for the best in gaming, and join us for video game discussions on our forums.

Watch Dogs 2 Livestream | PC Ultra Settings 1080p (GTX 1070) | Gaming Central

Just another typical day in San Diego in the life of the world’s best hacker. Be sure to follow us all over social media. We love attention! YouTube:: http://bit.ly/17kS5ot Facebook :: http://bit.ly/1Vp1dj5 Twitter :: http://bit.ly/1LJxjwS Also check out our Website:: http://gamingcentral.in/ Register with us for the best in gaming, and join us for video game discussions on our forums.

Oculus Touch Controllers Available From Dec 6, Cost $199

At Oculus Connect, the company announced that the Oculus Touch, the controllers for Oculus Rift will be available starting 6th December for a price of USD 199. The controller bundle comes with two games, The Unspoken and VR Sports Challenge, along with a secondary camera that can be put by the users in the play area. A third sensor, which will allow the controllers to room-scale will also be released along with the launch of Oculus Touch, for USD 79. Other titles will also be released for the Touch controllers, including games like Lone Echo and Arktika.  Oculus also revealed a VR headset for which any external tracking will not be required. Additionally, they previewed a new VR browser, called Carmel. As the company claims, the browser can run on any VR headset. The Touch controllers, alo...

GIGABYTE India Facebook Launches ‘Designer’ Contest

Coinciding with the launch of its new Designare motherboard series in India, GIGABYTE Technology (India) Pvt. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphic cards, has launched a Facebook contest that tests the graphic designing skills of participants. Titled The GIGABYTE ‘Designer’ Contest, the event is open till July 10, 2016. The first prize winner gets a chance to take home a Designare series motherboards. Motherboards in this series are an ideal choice for high performance PCs for meeting the needs of today’s digital artists and engineers. Participation is fun and pretty simple. You have to work on a self-photograph, that is, design or modify your photograph in such a way that it shows your passion in life, or your personal ambitions. And of course, you have to make it attra...

Facebook’s Vision For Virtual Reality & Gaming

While the time of Farmville and Words with Friends invites might be over, but Facebook is once again indulging in the economy of online gaming. This time around it’s going to be simple. The “secret ingredient” or the key is the log-on-with-Facebook feature which allows publishers who use it to accept Facebook ads and as Facebook’s ad revenue grows, so does the revenue for the gaming companies. It’s a win-win situation! Over the past five years, Facebook has invested $8 billion to its developers, a major chunk of this amount was palmed off to game developers. In the year 2015, game developers who used Facebook tools for web alone earned $2.5 billion. If this isn’t enough, even the number of people who play games on or with Facebook has increased from 375 ...

Sony Announces For Termination Of Facebook On PS Vita And PlayStation TV

Accessing Facebook on PS Vita PlayStation 3 and PlayStation TV comes to an end. On September 15, 2015 Sony made an announcement via PlayStation Blog in which the company has stated,”In January 2016 Sony Computer Entertainment will terminate support for the Facebook features integrated within the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita as well as PlayStation TV. So from January 2016 Facebook application will no longer be available for download from PlayStation Store as of 15 September 2015.” Sony has also apologised for its actions,”We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and we appreciate your understanding.” Well Why did Sony take this decision? Obviously PlayStation Users across the world love being social, share their games, movies etc etc. Meanwhile a quest...

Mark Zuckerberg: We’re Working On ‘Dislike’ Button

Earlier this week on Tuesday during a Q/A session streamed live on Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg CEO of Facebook announced that the company is working on ‘Dislike’ button, however it is not clear that it would actually be called as a ‘Dislike’ button, since during the session Mark Zuckerberg said we are working on a kind of alternate to the ‘Like’ button. Watch Zuckerberg answering about Dislike button: Seriously speaking people have been waiting for some alternate to the Like button and here is the official announcement by Mark Zuckerberg from Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, California. “Today is the day that I actually get to say we are working on it.” Zuckerberg also said that it wouldn’t be actually called a ‘Dislike’ b...

Facebook Partners with Major League Gaming for eSports

Social media giant Facebook is expanding into the multimillion dollar eSports market. Facebook,  recently partnered with digital network Major League Gaming to add eSports coverage, including video and photographs, to both Facebook and Instagram. It’s a lucrative market for Facebook to tap into: According to video game research company Newzoo, there are over 88 million active Sports fans and an additional 117 million casual fans watching events and competitions today. That number will grow to over 145 million active fans and an additional 190 million casual fans by 2017. So far, Twitter, Twitch, Reddit, Instagram, and YouTube have been more popular social media platforms for many eSports fans, (though MLG president and co-founder Mike Sepso says Facebook has been a key driver of traffic to...

A Facebook game that encourages you to stop using the net

A Facebook based board game by graphic designer Pat C. Klein encourages  people to get off their laptops and computers and go out to hang out with their friends. According to his website the objective of this game is “to persuade people to stop using the internet forever.” “As a young person living in the digital age, I feel as though the internet is affecting our ability to communicate with one another,” Klein mentioned on his site. “Research done by Stanford University has indicated that social networking sites like Facebook can increase loneliness, depression and insecurity. Facebook: The Board Game was created as a response to this. The idea is that instead of engaging with Facebook on your computer or phone, you can arrange to meet up with friends, have a...


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