In 2014 large amount of Tech news was reported, from new devices to hacking and security fails. Lets take a look at what got you reading.
In a move to take on the likes of Twitch, the popular digital games service known as Steam launched a streaming service for its users.
In all fairness, it was a rumour… Twitch has been sold, officially, but not to Google as we previously reported. By Amazon! Continue reading Twitch Snatched By Amazon for $970 million
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Surface Pro 3 is out. It’s bigger and it’s… Well, that’s about it. Bigger can be good though; just not a bigger price tag. :) But size isn’t everything. Twitter campaigns that have gone horribly and politically wrong, plus Twitch’s final moments. Will they die at the hands of Google?
Continue reading N.O.W: Is Bigger Always Better?
Twitch has become a safe haven for those of the gaming inclination to chill, relax and share their experiences of gaming with the world. The site is unique in its following and ability to stream games from a variety of platforms; including PC and console. Launched in 2011 by the founders of Justin.tv, Twitch has risen through the ranks to become one of the #1 sites for gamers, winning a Webby award in 2012. Now, this utopian paradise is under threat from the mighty steam roller, that is Google…
Just a quick update from myself, James, from Gadget Nibble. Since we’ve grown and developed at Gadget Nibble, each member has undertaken a specific role and responsibility to ensure the website and its channels run smoothly. As Director of Digital Entertainment and Games Reporter, I am pleased to announce that we’ve recently established a Twitch.tv account. As you all know, Twitch.tv is a popular streaming service for games, we hope to be able to bring you game play live and through this service very soon. We’re currently working on porting our Minecraft series to Twitch, but don’t worry – we’ll still be uploading to YouTube, there will just be more of Gadget Nibble around the web.
Visit us on Twitch.tv at: http://www.twitch.tv/nibblegadget
Thank you very much for your continued support and thanks for 100 subscribers on YouTube. We made it! :)
James (A.K.A Jammo)
Director of Digital Entertainment and Games Reporter