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Briefly: Puku S8 Charger, Combat Mission Red Thunder for OS X

updated 10:42 pm EST, Fri January 31, 2014

Portable Puku S8 charger offers 900 hours of smartphone standby time

Puku has announced its new portable charger, the Puku S8. Featuring a powerful rechargeable battery, the S8 provides three to five full charges for an average smartphone in a small form factor. Compatible with smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices that charge through a micro USB cable (or adapter for micro USB), its compact design allows for easy carrying while travelling. One charging of the S8 can power up to 900 hours of standby time, 36 hours of talk time and 153 hours of media play time. The Puku S8 is available in six colors, and is priced at $100.



Combat Mission Red Thunder released for OS X

Battlefront.com has announced today its major new title in its series of tactical World War II combat simulations, Combat Mission: Red Thunder. Set during the summer of 1944's Operation Bagration, the game features tactical warfare on the Eastern Front. Gamers can play out historical battle and campaigns, or create their own customized Quick Battles. A standalone game, Combat Mission: Red Thunder does not require other Combat Mission titles, and includes new game engine features, such as backpack and vehicle flamethrowers, tank riders and hit decals. Now available for pre-order, CM Red Thunder is priced at $55.





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