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Mass Effect: Andromeda on PC – Not a Port and Well Optimised

Mass Effect: Andromeda launches next week and copies of the sci-fi action RPG are already in reviewers’ hands. Those lucky enough to get an early copy of the PC version ...

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PS4 Games Coming to PC Via PlayStation Now

Sony has announced that it is bringing PlayStation 4 titles to its online subscription streaming service very soon. In a new blog post, the Japanese company revealed that ...

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NASA Demonstrates Mars Rocket Test in 360-Degree Video

NASA has long discovered YouTube and other social medias and they're using the quite a lot. A new video released is quite different and interesting as it is a 360-degree ...

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Nonstop Chuck Norris Coming to Mobile Phones

Chuck Norris is a name hard to kill, and some might argue that it is because death is afraid of Chuck Norris. Jokes aside, Chuck Norris is back - and this time he will be ...

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Reviewer Under Attack for Giving Zelda: BotW a 7/10 Score

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been out a little over a week now and it has received wildly positive reviews. For a short while, it even shared the rank of ...

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Someone Cut Breaking Bad into a 2-Hour Movie

Breaking Bad is without a doubt one of the finest TV series of the last decade and the 5-season series has lots of fans around the world. But watching it for 5 seasons ...

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Acer Predator X34 34-Inch G-Sync Ultrawide 21:9 Gaming Monitor Review

Introduction Have you invested a small fortune in a high-end gaming PC, with one or more of the fastest graphics cards on the market, a powerful overclocked CPU, ...

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Premier League Obtains New Injunction to Take on Pirate Streams

The Premier League has obtained a new High Court injunction that will enable it to block pirate streams. While this isn't new in itself, it takes a different approach than ...

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Via Debuts VTS-8589 OPS Card at EW 2017

VIA Technology announced that they will debut and showcase their new VIA VTS-8589 OPS board at the 2017 Embedded World Exhibition and Conference which starts tomorrow. ...

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Nintendo Responds to Switch Joy-Con Connectivity Concerns

Nintendo’s new console, the home/portable hybrid the Switch, is in the wild – alongside a universally-lauded new Zelda game – and its reception has been mostly ...

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Mass Effect: Andromeda Official PC Specs Not Accurate

Earlier this month, BioWare released its official hardware requirements for the PC version of its forthcoming sci-fi action RPG Mass Effect: Andromeda. While the minimum ...

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Alien: Covenant’s Android Powered by AMD Ryzen and Radeon

Alien: Covenant – Ridley Scott’s second Alien prequel and the follow-up to 2012 much-maligned Prometheus – is mere months away from hitting cinemas, but it has ...

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Free-to-Play Quake Champions Premium Pricing Features Detailed

Quake Champions is almost here, and I'm sure many of you are eager to rip around a few arenas in this long awaited entry to the Quake franchise. The good news is that when ...

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Wildlands Update Brings Quad-Core and Multi-GPU Performance Improvements

Have you been enjoying Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands over the last few days? I know we have, and as much as we love it, it's freaking tough to get great performance ...

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Battlefield

Battlefield 1 DirectX 11 & 12 Performance Analysis

Introduction The Battlefield franchise has a rich heritage on the PC platform and pushed the visual boundaries further with each release. DICE's commitment to ...

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Alphabet

Alphabet Chief Leaves after Running Project Loon for 6 Months

A little while ago, we told you that Alphabet's Project Loon has made some significant progress regarding the overall number of balloons needed for the project's success, ...

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Autonomous Vehicles

California Makes It Easier for Companies to Test Their Autonomous Vehicles

California is already one of the best places in the world to test self-driving technologies, and it appears that the state's Department of Motor Vehicles has decided to ...

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AMD

AMD Summit Ridge Successor Pinnacle Ridge Reportedly Features Zen 2

During their recent Ryzen launch earlier, AMD revealed some key details for their upcoming roadmaps. As we all know, Ryzen is powered by the company's latest Zen ...

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AMD Vega Spotted Again with 4096 Cores and 8GB HBM2

Another day, another piece of the puzzle. Yesterday we learned that the AMD Vega cards indeed feature 64 Compute Units in the OpenCL benchmarks from CompuBench. Today we ...

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Buffalo Launches TeraStation 51210RH 12-Bay Rackmount NAS

Buffalo announces the launch of their newest rack-mounted NAS, the TeraStation 51210RH 12-bay NAS. The new NAS is designed with businesses in mind where it can deliver ...

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Denuvo Made Benchmarking Ghost Recon: Wildlands Very Difficult

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands has been received with "generally favorable" reviews after its release on March 7, and while the game's gameplay and story are ...

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Kingston Releases New Gold Series Class 3 microSD Card

Ultra HD video recordings take up a lot of space and require a proper performing storage drive to make sure that every frame is recorded. Kingston's newly announced ...

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EK Releases Monoblock for MSI Z270 Motherboards

MSI has released some great motherboards for the Kaby Lake generation, but that doesn't mean that it can't be improved upon. EK Water Blocks now released their Monoblock ...

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Windows Vista Support Officially Ending

An era is coming to an end, and it is about time if you ask me. Microsoft is officially ending the support for Windows Vista on April the 11th, 2017 and from that day ...

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Know Your NAND: Storage Types Explained

We throw a lot of terminologies around when we report on solid state drive storage and you probably noticed them all at some point. However, you might not know exactly ...

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