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Latest Build Of AMD Link Adds Support For Android TV Streaming

Streaming games locally to a nearby compatible TV through your PC is not a new thing at least for Nvidia…

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Rainbow Six Siege Developers Address Jackal And Echo’s High Ban Rate

Rainbow Six Siege’s operation Phantom Sight, the season which reworked the game’s ranked mode, is currently underway. Alongside pulling it…

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The New MacBook Air is Cheaper: Apple Cuts Corners by Using SSDs with Lower Speeds

In the beginning, the mid ’90s that is, Laptop computers used to be both underpowered and expensive. While technology, in…

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WhatsApp and Telegram Exploit Grants Access To Personal Media Files Despite End-To-End Encryption, Discovers Symantec

WhatsApp and Telegram boast of end-to-end encryption. However, the latest exploit discovered by cyber-security Company Symantec grants access to personal,…

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Qualcomm Announces Snapdragon 855 Plus SoC For Gaming, Offers A Max Boost Clock Of 2.96GHz

The US chip manufacturer giant Qualcomm has a habit of releasing one flagship chipset every year. However, that’s not the…

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Realme X, Realme 3i Announced With Dual Rear Cameras and Android Pie

Finally, the wait is over for Realme fans as the company took the stage to wrap off the cover from…

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Three New USE Multilingual Modules Are Coming To TensorFlow

Google is one of the pioneers of AI research and a multitude of their projects have gone on to turn…

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YouTube Adds Additional Monetization For Channels Through ‘Super Stickers’ and More

The birthplace of the Pewdiepie, T-series and James Charles craze is not alien to us. YouTube has been our saving…

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[Update: Vendors Win] Microsoft Was To End Internal Use Rights For Its Partners Which Meant No Free Usage Of MS Products And Services

Microsoft Action Pack will soon be detached from the Internal Use Rights. This means the product licenses that Microsoft’s partners…

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Dead By Daylight Will Soon Punish Players Who Disconnect During Matches

Asymmetrical survival horror Dead By Daylight has some major changes headed its way. Ahead of the release of dedicated servers,…

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Intel Might Not Have A Ryzen Competitor Until Q1 2020, Upcoming Comet Lake CPUs Still On 14nm?

AMD was expected to impress with Ryzen’s 3000 series launch and impress they did. Although this wasn’t a surprise, AMD’s…

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Google’s Response to Data Storing Allegations via Home Products

In today’s world, while technology has reached new heights, the concept of privacy has taken a new meaning. We have…

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Microsoft’s Latest Windows 10 1903 Cumulative Update Adds Bugs To The Windows Server But There Are Quick Workarounds Available

Microsoft’s latest stable and cumulative update for Windows 10 OS, the Windows 10 May 2019 Update released earlier this year.…

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Antivirus ESET Discovers Attackers Who Exploited Recent Windows OS Zero-Day Vulnerability To Conduct Cyber-Espionage

Makers of popular antivirus and digital security software ESET have discovered the attackers who exploited a recent Windows OS zero-day…

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Steam Will Now Use Machine Learning To Improve Game Recommendations

One of the biggest problems that comes with having easy access to a massive digital game store is figuring out…

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 FCC Listing Confirms The Absence Of a Headphone Jack

It is no surprise that the South Korean giant Samsung is gearing to announce the next flagship Note series in…

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Microsoft Discreetly Drops ‘Telemetry’ As Part Of Larger ‘Security Cumulative Update’ Without First Informing Windows 7 Users?

Microsoft appears to have once again attempted to sneak telemetry components. The company released security updates for all supported operating…

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Classic Windows Games For Windows 7, XP Will Be Taken Down Soon As ‘Microsoft Internet Games’ Is Handed Over To Partners?

Some of the most popular classic games for legacy Windows operating systems will soon cease to function. Microsoft has confirmed…

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Apple Watch Walkie Talkie App Deactivated due to iPhone Intruding Bug

From the look of the things, the Cupertino giant’s Walkie Talkie app caught up in a new vulnerability. As per…

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Google’s WearOS Dying Out? Nest Ends Support for the Platform

Wearable tech came out with quite a unique boom. It was in the early 2010s that wearable devices were the…

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Nvidia’s released the new RTX Super SKUs: Here is How Nvidia Managed To Hit The Sweet Price To Performance Spot

Nvidia released the Turing architecture in September last year, with it we got RTX’s first line of Graphics cards. Since…

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Rainbow Six Siege Chat Symbol Exploit Fixed, Ban Wave Commences Tomorrow

A new Rainbow Six Siege bug which lets players crash matches using nothing more than the in-game chat has emerged.…

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Nintendo Announces Nintendo Switch Lite, Launches In September For $200

After months of rumors, Nintendo has finally unveiled their new console. The Nintendo Switch Lite is a smaller, cheaper version…

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Apple Introduced Much Awaited MacBook Upgrades: Now All MacBook Pros have TouchID and a TouchBar

Apple has become a brand so exclusive that the price factor just seems redundant at this point. Perhaps its the…

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Qualcomm 215 Processor Brings Several High-End Features To Budget And Entry-Level Smartphones

The budget or entry-level smartphone segment is about to get a huge boost in the feature list. The just-announced Qualcomm…

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