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10 Of The Best Xbox 360 Games You Must Play [MUO Gaming]

Gaming

10 Of The Best Xbox 360 Games You Must Play [MUO Gaming]

At this time of year more than any other there will be a host of new console owners getting to grips with their system. And after they get bored of the games bought alongside their console of choice, they’ll need to know which titles to get next. Which is where this article comes in: what follows are the 10 best games money can buy for the Xbox 360.

Dave Parrack December 20, 2012
10 Of The Best Xbox 360 Games You Must Play [MUO Gaming]
Can I Reuse My Old PC’s Power Supply In A New Computer?

Technology Explained

Can I Reuse My Old PC’s Power Supply In A New Computer?

One of the best ways to reduce the cost of upgrading your PC is to simply re-use the components which don’t need to be upgraded. Yea, you’ll have to replace the graphics card or processor. But other parts can be salvaged. An old power supply is often on the list of potentially reusable components. Many geeks worry, however, about the reliability of the old unit. Will it have the power required? Can it be trusted to last? Here’s how to find out.

Matt Smith December 20, 2012
Can I Reuse My Old PC’s Power Supply In A New Computer?
Steam For Linux Beta Now Available To All [Updates]

Gaming Linux

Steam For Linux Beta Now Available To All [Updates]

Valve announced on Thursday that its previously invite-only Steam client for Linux is now available for all to download, test out and submit feedback. The announcement came shortly after Steam received a platform-wide update, with Valve welcoming Linux gamers to the service in what is turning out to be a very interesting year for the publisher.

Tim Brookes December 20, 2012
Steam For Linux Beta Now Available To All [Updates]
It’s Time To Pay What You Want For The Humble Indie Bundle 7 [Updates]

Internet

It’s Time To Pay What You Want For The Humble Indie Bundle 7 [Updates]

We absolutely love the Humble Indie Bundle here at MakeUseOf, as you’ve probably noticed from our relentless reporting of past events. This time it’s back for it’s seventh outing of cheap independently-developed games, inviting users to pay what they want for four games and a film with the chance to pick up two more indie titles for paying more than the average donation.

Tim Brookes December 20, 2012
It’s Time To Pay What You Want For The Humble Indie Bundle 7 [Updates]
How To Choose The Right SD Card For The Job

Technology Explained

How To Choose The Right SD Card For The Job

SD cards aren’t all about storage! In fact, there are several other factors to consider, and when purchasing your cards, you should make yourself aware of them. That said, SD cards aren’t all created equal, and it’s important to be educated as to what separates each one from the rest. As a given, all types of data are different. Since I don’t know your device, I can supply you with the proper information to make that decision on your own.

Joshua Lockhart December 20, 2012
How To Choose The Right SD Card For The Job
Infinity Blade II Is The Best Looking Mobile Game Ever Made [iOS]

iPhone and iPad

Infinity Blade II Is The Best Looking Mobile Game Ever Made [iOS]

Infinity Blade II rivals Real Racing 2 in terms of pure graphical fidelity, and arguably, it surpasses Real Racing. Not only that, the game is a ton of fun to play. It truly is the total package in terms of mobile gaming, and it is a game that every single iPhone owner should have installed on their device. It’s been given game of the year awards on all kinds of video game websites, and it most certainly deserves it.

Dave LeClair December 20, 2012
Infinity Blade II Is The Best Looking Mobile Game Ever Made [iOS]
The 4 Biggest Tech Disappointments Of 2012 [Opinion]

Web Culture

The 4 Biggest Tech Disappointments Of 2012 [Opinion]

2012 ended up being a pretty disappointing year for some of the most successful and well-respected companies including Apple, Microsoft, and Facebook. Tim Cook, Steve Ballmer, and Mark Zuckerberg might want to ask Santa for a better 2013, but it’s far more important that they learn from the mistakes they made this year. Let’s take a look at what went wrong for tech’s biggest companies in 2012.

Tim Brookes December 20, 2012
The 4 Biggest Tech Disappointments Of 2012 [Opinion]
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