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Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare: MULTIPLAYER WORLD PREMIERE Review

It’s that time of the year where Call Of Duty fans are gearing up for the Multiplayer World Premiere, where we will see the Pros play the new online features in the new Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare.

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Review: Marvel Guardians of the Galaxy

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Destiny Beta: “Looking Awesome” Full Review

The most anticipated game of the year, “Destiny”, has had its beta debut; with thousands of people running to their consoles or PCs to download this ground breaking game. So what did we think of it?

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The Biggest Failures of 2013

In a world of consistent scrutiny and global media, when you fail; you fail big. Modern technology companies, governments and communities are definitely not immune to a harsh failure here and there. Gaffes, mistakes, slip-ups; you name it – someone’s made an error along the way.

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iPad Air Unboxing and First Impressions

I give my first look and impressions as we unbox Apple’s newest iPad, the iPad Air. Featuring an all new design, the A7 processor and MIMO WiFi technology – is the iPad Air the best iPad yet? I unbox the tablet and then give a quick comparison to my older iPad 2.

Check out for further videos from Gadget Nibble including an upcoming iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s review.

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Mac OS X Mavericks Hands on Tour: What’s Changed?

A hands on tour of the new Mac OS X Mavericks operating system, launched by Apple this week at their iPad event. We give you a run through of some of the most popular and drastic changes to the OS, whilst exploring how Apple s looking to merge both iOS and Mac OS X into one.

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Want a holiday to Great Britain? Now you can have a virtual trip on Minecraft

Minecraft has become one of the worlds most played games, a highly successful sandbox indie multiplayer game, Mojang has hit a gold mine.

The Ordnance Survey, official mapping agency of the United Kingdom, has released a highly accurate and detailed map to allow players to travel, navigate and explore GB whilst enjoying the Minecraft experience. An entire 224,000 sq km (86,000 sq miles) of Great Britain have been mapped and built within the Minecraft environment – something not achieved before.

Developed by intern, Joseph BrayBrook, working in the OS Innovation Lab – it use the Ordnance Survey OpenData software to produce the worlds biggest Minecraft world. Lab Manager Graham Dunlop said:

“We think we may have created the largest Minecraft world ever built based on real-world data,”

The OS map contains over 22 billion blocks and was entirely composed of OS products such as VectorMap and OS Terrain 50 to produce an accurate and realistic 3D model. As well as accurate scaling, the map also depicts major roads, motorways and built up cities through a coded block system – the key to which can be found on the OS website here: http://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/innovate/developers/minecraft-map-britain.html

You can go ahead and download the map via this link; spawning takes you directly to the OS Headquarters in Southampton and from there you can explore more attractions, sights and cities within the UK. If you want to be able to locate a few ‘well known’ attractions OS have provided a few coordinates and tools to convert OS grids references into Minecraft teleport commands.

It might take a bit of time to load throug, after all it is 22 billion bricks – but after the wait you’ll be able to navigate and explore Britain, just as if you were there yourself.

Let us know what you find and what you plan to do.