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Quake Champions Goes Free to Play, Champions Pack on Sale

Quake Champions is the upcoming title in the first person shooter series known as Quake. Currently available via Steam Early…

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Remote Denial of Service Vulnerability in Linux Kernel Patched in v4.9.116 and v4.17.11

SegmentSmack, a vulnerability that could permit denial of service attacks when exploited, gained instant fame and popularity when it was…

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Hackers can Steal your Credit Card Information and Money through Cheap Mobile POS Card Reader Flaws

A lot has come out of the Black Hat USA 2018 conference in Las Vegas over these last few days.…

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Crowdfense Announces Vulnerability Research Platform v1.0 to streamline 0day Market

Crowdfense, a premiere vulnerability research channel based in Dubai, has just announced that it will be launching a web-based Vulnerability…

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AMD Threadripper 2990WX Sets World Record In Cinebench R15, Beating The Intel Core i9-7980XE

AMD Threadripper 2990WX is the top of the line CPU that comes with 32 cores and 64 threads, and guess…

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SIGGRAPH 2018: Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang Will Talk About VR, Games And Emerging Tech

Nvidia has confirmed that Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang will be taking to the stage at SIGGRAPH 2018 in order to talk…

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Next Generation Nvidia Graphics Cards Could Have RTX Branding

The next generation Nvidia graphics cards should be coming out in a months time from what we have heard and…

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Poweramp V3 Beta-729 Finally Released, May Reclaim Best Android Audio Player Throne

Just earlier today, the long-awaited Poweramp V3 beta build-792 was finally released to the Android platform, via Google Play beta…

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Colorful GTX 2080 iGame Poseidon Features Hybrid Cooling

The Colorful GTX 2080 iGame Poseidon was featured at Computex 2018 but this information did not reach the mainstream, so why…

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Nvidia Turing Trade Mark Registration Spotted

The naming scheme of the next generation of graphics cards has not been confirmed. There has been a lot of…

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Samsung Breaks Barriers Implements Notebook Level Water Cooling Solution in the Galaxy Note 9

Samsung’s Note series have always been Samsung’s real flagship devices. They share a lot of DNA with it’s sibling, the…

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Pixel Platformer Kero Blaster Comes to Nintendo Switch on August 23rd

Kero Blaster is an action platformer game with a pixel art style. The game is developed by Studio Pixel, and…

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NVIDIA May Feature Double Fans On Their Upcoming Founders Edition GTX 20/11 Series

There have been a lot of rumors flying around about the next generation of Nvidia cards, we have been getting…

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Sony Celebrate Sales of 500 Million Units WorldWide with A 2TB PS4 Special Edition

Sony has reached a landmark as they have crossed the 500 million mark and sold more than 525.3 Million PlayStation…

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Google Hires New AOSP Technical Lead on Heels of Android 9 Pie Announcement

Earlier this week Google announced the beginning of Android 9 Pie, but something many may have missed in the announcement…

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Amazon VPC Flow Logs can now be delivered to S3 and CloudWatch Logs through AWS CLI

According to Amazon’s official website, Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) Flow Logs can be directly delivered to Amazon Simple Storage…

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Updated Firefox 61.0.2 includes Bug Fixes and Automatic Recovery feature for Windows

Mozilla developers recently released an unscheduled update for Firefox which includes bug fixes and a new, convenient and practical feature…

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Intel Whiskey Lake U Series Has Higher Clock Speeds But The Same Node

Intel Whiskey Lake U series has not been officially announced by Intel but that has not stopped partners from mentioning…

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World’s First 4D Flash Memory Concept Showcased By SK Hynix

3D NAND flash memory helped revolutionize this segment of the market by reducing the footprint of the storage device by…

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32 TB Intel P4500 SSD Sets World Record For Storage Density

Intel is trying to bring innovation into the storage sector. First, we got Optane memory, then Intel announced the inexpensive…

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AMD Grabbed $57.66 Million From Intel In Server CPU Market

Ever since AMD EPYC server CPUs were released, AMD has been giving Intel a tough time. While Intel is still…

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Rainbow Six Siege’s First Map to be Reworked is Hereford Base

Earlier this year in January, Ubisoft announced their plans for the third year of Rainbow Six Siege. With the growing…

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DXVK Proposal for Vulkan-Based D3D9 to D3D11 Conversion Possibly Underway

The DXVK project, which brings Vulkan-based D3D11 implementation for Linux / Wine, has been doing great things in regards to…

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Intel 660p SSD Is Cheaper Than Any SATA SSD With A 3 Year Warranty

The Intel 660p SSD has been officially announced and it uses 64-layer 3D QLC NAND. It is supposed to be positioned between…

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10nm Intel Ice Lake Consumer CPUs Coming In 2019 According To Official Roadmap

Intel has been having some issues with the 10nm process and it has been delayed a couple of times but…

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