Thursday, November 28, 2013

Blackberry Z10: Unboxing & Review

An Unboxing and Review of the BlackBerry Z10



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Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Knack (PS4) - Available Now

A set of videos on the game Knack on the PS4 system..




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Monday, November 25, 2013

Killzone Shadow Fall (PS4) - Available Now

A set of videos on Killzone Shadow Fall on the PS4 system..




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How to Crack a Wpa2-Psk Password with Windows

Before I begin....
Firstly I do not condone hacking, it is ILLEGAL and can lead to SERIOUS legal repercussions.

I am only posting this because a fan on my Facebook Page requested a post on hacking a WiFi password on Windows and to live up to my word when I say "If You Would Like To See Anything Posted On VB Kid Let Me Know And I Will Do My Best To Post It For You"

ALL THOSE WHO THEN FOLLOW THIS POST TO THE END DO IT AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!

OK, done with the legal work, Now Let's Go!

The following post has been duplicated from Rumy IT Tips

It's very common question on the internet to How to hack a Facebook account password and how to hack a WiFi password. Even if you search on YouTube you will find a lots of tutorial to How to hack a WiFi password using backtrack. However, backtrack OS is not most handy OS for normal users.

Today I am going to show you how to a crack a Wp2-psk password with windows machine.

Friday, November 22, 2013

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Injustice : Gods Among Us - ALL ENDINGS

This is one game that I haven't been posting much about. So, I summon the Gods Among Us to bring the Injustice


Cause I know most of you have played this already, so it's just for that nostalgia...

But if you haven't, then you really gotta Level Up Your Game!

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Monday, November 18, 2013

The PS4 takes the ‘pure gaming machine’ thing way too far

The PlayStation 4, which was released on Friday, is an odd proposition. On the one hand, it only costs $400 — but on the other, you really don’t get a whole lot for your money. The launch games for the PS4 are a mixed bag, with the PS4-exclusives Killzone: Shadow Fall and Knack really not strong enough to justify the $400 price tag. Yes, games like NBA 2K14 and Battlefield 4 are excellent — but they’re also available on the Xbox 360 and PS3, which you probably already own. But there are never any good games at launch, you say — and you’re right. It’s not that I even expect a new console like the PS4 to launch with good games — that’s simply not how it goes.


Alienware M17x Video Review

The Ultimate Gaming Device


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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Sony PlayStation 4

With the release of this gaming system scheduled for  tomorrow, a little Hands-On with the gadget...



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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Apple - iPhone 5s - The all-new iSight camera.

About their iSight camera.



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Introducing Samsung GALAXY Note 3

Just a video, the GALAXY Note 3



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Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Customized Moto X Now Available on All Major U.S. Carriers

The customized version of the Motorola Moto X is now available on all major U.S. carriers.

When the 4.7-inch Android smartphone debuted in August, the option to customize with different colors via the Moto Maker website was limited only to AT&T customers. Starting today, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, and T-Mobile customers can also modify their new device to fit their personality.

Monday, November 11, 2013

Microsoft confirms that PS4, Wii U will work with Xbox One HDMI passthrough

When Microsoft first announced that the Xbox One will feature HDMI input and output, one question jumped to mind: Can you run a PS4 through the Xbox One? Microsoft mostly kept its responses to that question vague, but now it seems like it’s willing to open up. Not only will the Xbox One work with cable boxes and the Xbox 360 over HDMI, but any HDMI-compliant device should work just fine out of the box — including the PS4.


Friday, November 08, 2013

PS4 teardown reveals beautiful design, integrated PSU, a case modder’s dream

We've had an extensive look at the outside of the new consoles, but what about the inside? We’re only a week away from the launch of the PS4, so now is the time to get to know it a little bit better. A video of Sony’s Yasuhiro Ootori executing a complete teardown of the PS4 went live today, and now the public finally gets to see just how beautiful the innards really are.

Ootori is featured prominently in this gorgeous video as he methodically takes apart the PS4 from start to finish. As he is quick to point out, there aren’t any visible screws anywhere on the entire box. In the rear, where are all four of the screws are actually located, you’ll find that they’re all covered. While two of the covers are in place to provide tamper-evident seals, they also serve the purpose of improving the overall aesthetics. To the untrained eye, the PS4 is designed to appear as an elegant rhomboid monolith.

The world’s first 3D printed metal gun is a beautiful .45 caliber M1911 pistol

The world’s first 3D printed gun has come and gone. It fired a shot, but was made of plastic and broke down very quickly. Further revisions of the gun had it last a little longer but the weapons weren’t permanent, and thus unreliable. Now, 3D printing and rapid prototyping company Solid Concepts has improved upon the plastic gun, and 3D printed the world’s first metal gun.


Chrome users on Windows will soon have to get extensions through Google's store


Google already hopes to prevent security threats in Chrome by blocking downloads, and it's now planning a similarly cautious approach for extensions. The company has announced that all extensions for the browser's Windows beta and stable versions must be hosted in the Chrome Web Store as of January. While developers and corporate users will still get to install add-ons from local sources, the rest of us will have to go through the official portal. The safeguard should reduce the chances that deceptive extensions hijack the app, according to engineering lead Erik Kay. Google tells us that there aren't any plans to put similar limits on other platforms, since most complaints about bad extensions come from Windows surfers. The policy could go a long way toward protecting Chrome, albeit at the expense of choice -- developers who don't want to go use the Web Store will soon be out of luck.

SOURCE: The Chromium Blog

Credit: Jon Fingas
Source: Engadget

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Thursday, November 07, 2013

The Kinect is the anchor that sinks the Xbox One’s resolution

As the new consoles quickly approach, individual big-budget games are receiving their customary multi-platform comparisons. A continuing trend among the few next-gen multiplatform game comparisons you may have noticed is that the Xbox One outputs natively in 720p, while the PS4 outputs in either 1080p or 900p. The reason for this may surprise you.


Wednesday, November 06, 2013

Grim Dawn now available on Steam Early Access | Polygon

One of  the first games we're seeing on Steam. And action RPG that could prove quite interesting...

The Story Here:
Grim Dawn now available on Steam Early Access

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VB Kid is Here!

For the purpose of the Video Log I want to start, I saw it fit to create a Google Account specifically for VB Kid...

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The YouTube Channel is now live here: VB Kid Psypher

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Monday, November 04, 2013

Doctor Who’s time-traveling TARDIS could theoretically exist, says new stud



Good news, Doctor Who fans! A pair of physicists have proposed a spacetime geometry where Doctor Who’s TARDIS would actually be capable of traveling both forward and backward through space and time. This kind of spacetime could actually exist in our own universe, meaning the TARDIS — if such a craft was ever created — might actually have a scientific leg to stand on. In fact, given the scale of the universe, some semblance of the Doctor and his TARDIS might already exist, somewhere out there in the great wide expanse.

Saturday, November 02, 2013

GameStick review: the Android console battle is on

One cheap, Kickstarter-backed indie console takes on another


A successful Kickstarter-funded device is now shipping to retail stores and backers all over the world. Its upstart manufacturers are taking the growing world of Android gaming to the TV, with a new form factor and a price that undercuts virtually everything else on the market. But can it live up to the hype?

Google’s Barges Likely Glass Exhibition Spaces, Lease Indicates

A little bit of insight on the floating office by Google earlier this week.

Take a gander here:
Google’s Barges Likely Glass Exhibition Spaces, Lease Indicates

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