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Intel’s Processor Constraints Reportedly Delayed the Launch of New MacBook Air

While announcing its Q2 2019 results recently, Apple reported that its Mac revenue was down to $5.5 billion from $5.7…

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Rocket League “Remains Available For New Purchasers on Steam”, Future Plans Undecided

Earlier today, Epic Games announced that it will be acquiring Rocket League developer Psyonix. The terms of the deal haven’t…

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Borderlands 3 Gameplay Reveal Showcases New Game Mechanics

Gearbox Software live streamed the Borderlands 3 gameplay event and revealed a lot of information about the co-op looter shooter.…

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Halo: The Master Chief Collection Will Feature a New Progression System, Overhauled UI

Yesterday, 343 revealed that the public beta of Halo: Reach on PC has been delayed. Although they didn’t share an…

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CS:GO Danger Zone’s New “Sirocco” Update is Heavily Inspired By Apex Legends

Danger Zone, Counter Strike: Global Offensive’s take on the battle royale genre, launched back in December 2018. The latest update…

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Foxconn Planning on Entering Display Market: Hopes to Secure Future MicroLED Orders by Apple

Ever since Samsung and Huawei have launched their flagships, all eyes are on Apple. While Apple has charged a premium…

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AMD Announced 50th Anniversary Editions Of Its Flagship Products

Fifty years in a tech world is an achievement many companies try to achieve, but only a few can realize…

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Halo: The Master Chief Collection PC Beta Pushed Back

The PC beta for Halo: The Master Chief Collection was scheduled to begin public flights this month. At the beginning of…

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Official TWRP Support Arrives for Exynos Samsung Galaxy S10+, Nokia 6.1, Moto E5, and More

TWRP is undoubtedly among the most popular solutions out there for all the modders out there. The open source custom…

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Nvidia 430.39 Driver Update: Random High CPU Usage for Users

Driver updates are a big part of after purchase support. Perhaps that is why we see updates rolling out almost…

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‘A Dark Room’ Removed From Nintendo eShop Because of Hidden Code Editor

Nintendo Switch indie game A Dark Room has been pulled from the eShop after its developer revealed how to access…

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Stardew Valley’s Next Update Adds Separate Wallets, New Farm Map

Three years after its launch, Stardew Valley continues to receive a steady stream of updates. Update 1.4 for the farming…

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Redmi Note 7 Gets New MIUI 10.3.5.0 Update With New AI Camera Modes, March Security Patch

Xiaomi sub-brand Redmi announced its first smartphone, the Redmi Note 7 in China in January this year. Featuring an impressive…

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Sony Cuts its Losses in The Smartphone Division: Decides to Cut Workforce by Half by 2020

Sony used to be one of the top brands when it came to phones and later on, smartphones. Starting from…

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Fortnite Removes “Siphon” Game Mechanic Because It Hurt Total Player Count

In a new blog post, Fortnite developer Epic Games explains why it is finally removing Siphon. The controversial game mechanic…

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Apex Legends Community Tournament Guidelines Detailed

Community driven competitive environments are not unheard of for battle royale games. Apex Legends, the newest battle royale title from…

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Google is Testing Two Additional Checks For Chrome To Improve Security Against Cookies

It’s been rumored for quite some time that Google might block third-party cookies. This is due to the fact that…

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AMD Announces Ryzen 7 2700X 50th Anniversary Edition – Pictures & Specifications Revealed

AMD is gearing up for a lot of exciting announcements in the upcoming months. Keeping aside the hype for the…

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Amazon’s New Streaming Platform: An App For HiFi Music Streaming

Amazon was one of the first ones to offer music services. Their Music Unlimited dates back to January of 2008.…

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Slack Update: Focuses On Workplace Optimisation

It is 2019 and team building, integration is not limited to HR induced activities. Slack came into being back in…

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Google May Soon Introduce a ‘Touchless’ Android Version for Feature Phones

Google’s Android is by far the most popular mobile operating system available for smartphones currently. Going by a new leak…

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Rainbow Six Siege’s New “Bug Hunter Program” Rewards Players for Reporting Issues

Last year, Ubisoft introduced R6Fix, a service which allows Rainbow Six Siege players to report bugs. In an effort to tackle bugs…

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Ex-Infinity Ward Developer Hints at ‘Modern Warfare’ for Call of Duty 2019

A tweet by former Infinity Ward Creative Strategist and Community Manager Robert Bowling suggests that the upcoming Call of Duty…

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Overwatch’s New Workshop Prompts Numerous Innovative Game Modes

Earlier today, Blizzard unveiled the new Overwatch workshop. Players can use the new tool to create all sorts of customized…

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Intel Desktop And Mobile Roadmap Leaked: No 10nm Proces Until 2022

We know that all silicon giants are trying to make their process nodes smaller and smaller every year. The reasons…

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