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Apple is Still Years Away from Launching a Google Competitor

The Information has published a new story today that explores Apple’s continued attempts to create “search capabilities that may directly compete with Google’s.” As part of these efforts, Apple acquired in 2018 an artificial intelligence news business known as Laserlike. This company was formed by a group of developers working…

A Co-Op Horror Experience For The PS1: Resident Evil 6 Demake

PS1 Demakes are becoming increasingly common, and here’s one for Capcom’s Resident Evil 6: a remake in the style of the popular video games of the early 2000s. A fan-created demake of Resident Evil 6 takes the frenetic co-op shooter and reinvents it as a PlayStation 1 survival horror game.…

NVIDIA’s Frame Generation Works With FSR & XeSS As Well

One of the most noteworthy things NVIDIA introduced with Ada Lovelace is Frame Generation. Do note that this technology is slightly different from DLSS 3.0, which is merely an AI upscaler. Although, the Frame Generation (FG) feature is exclusive to RTX 4000 GPUs which is indeed a major let-down. Igor’s…

Apple Faces Lawsuit Over Breaching Privacy Through its App Store

According to research released in November, a case claims that Apple not only follows, records, and gathers data via its App Store without the user’s consent but also monetizes it. The plaintiff hopes that the complaint will result in a class action by providing this information about browsing history and…

Intel i7-13700HX Spotted In The Wild, Features 16 Core / 24 Thread Configuration

Another mobile CPU from Intel’s Raptor Lake lineup has leaked out. This time, we have the i7-13700HX, following the 13900HX which was benchmarked a few days prior. The laptop featured in this test is an upcoming model from Lenovo. What’s interesting is that despite being a ‘next-gen’ machine, Lenovo has…

Nintendo Working on New Features and Initiatives For Nintendo Online

Nintendo Online or Nintendo Switch Online is a game subscription service by Nintendo to access an extensive library of Nintendo Entertainment System and Super Nintendo Entertainment System games on Nintendo consoles. It was launched in September 2018 and comes with various subscription tiers with different periods and prices.  Nintendo Online…

Microsoft Claims That It Has Lost the Console Battle With Sony

According to Microsoft, Sony is the “industry leader,” which means that the company has given up and lost the console battles. Microsoft has provided this response as part of its ongoing effort to persuade regulatory agencies that its proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard is both in the company’s and the…

The GALAX RTX 4090 HOF Breaks 20 World Records

A while back, we reported that GALAX is allegedly preparing the highest-end RTX 4090 custom model to date. The GALAX RTX 4090 HOF (Hall Of Fame) reportedly features 2 x 16-pin connectors for almost 1200W of power. This is the first GPU ever to arrive with such a configuration. Of…

Warzone 2.0 Will Take Up to 115 GB of Disk Space on Xbox Consoles

Call of Duty Games are known for its creative multiplayer maps and massive game sizes. Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 is the latest installment in the franchise, which has become the Call of Duty game launch of all time and made over $800 Million in only three days of…

Metal Gear Solid 3 Reportedly in the Works At Konami

Virtuos has listed Konami as one of the most recent clients on its website, which supports the rumors that the studio is working on a remake of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater. It has long been speculated that Konami may look towards the remake of the original Metal Gear…

God of War Ragnarök Breaks First Game’s Launch Week Sales Record in Just One Day in UK

It was already evident that God of War Ragnarok would be a massive commercial success as soon as its reviews were released. With numerous perfect and nearly perfect scores, God of War Ragnarok has become the second highest-rated game of the year on Metacritic, just behind Elden Ring.  The sequel…

ASUS Reportedly Preparing ROG STRIX Variants For The AMD RX 7900 XT/XTX

We now know that ASUS is preparing up to 8 custom variants for the RX 7900 XT/XTX GPUs. At launch, the AIB partner only announced its TUF lineup with no mention of other variants. Courtesy of an EEC filing, ASUS is reportedly prepping to reinstate the ROG STRIX series for…

PUBG Owner Krafton Acquires The Ascent Developer Neon Giant to Diversify Portfolio

Neon Giant, the firm that developed The Ascent, has been bought by Krafton, the South Korean video game holding company responsible for PUBG: Battlegrounds. The news was revealed in Krafton’s preliminary financial report for the third quarter (disclosed by GamesIndustry. biz), which concurrently verified Neon Giant’s purchase move as well…

Apple to Double-Down on Manufacturing in India, Foxconn Quadruples Workforce

Foxconn has announced intentions to increase the number of employees it employs in India due to the iPhone manufacturing problem in China. The immediate issue will be resolved after the transfer, however. Progress has been excruciatingly slow for Apple and its suppliers. They have tried for years to lessen the…

Intel Snatches Desktop PC Market Share From AMD Following Raptor Lake Release

For years, AMD CPUs have been stealing market share from Intel, but Alder Lake is now starting to compete well with AMD’s lineup. According to the most recent Mercury Research study, which Computerbase.de was able to get, AMD saw a decline in its total x86 market share due to losses…

Apple Arcade Has The Biggest Subscriber Base Leaving PlayStation Plus and Xbox Game Pass Behind, It is Claimed

Subscription Model based businesses have been there for a while now, starting with books and documents in your local library. This industry has evolved so much in the last couple of decades, especially after the digitalization of the world. If we consider the world of the internet, Netflix is considered…

Remedy Confirms a Control Sequel

It has been reported that Remedy is developing a sequel to Control alongside the game’s original publisher, 505 Games. We have signed an agreement with 505 Games to co-develop and co-publish Control 2, a sequel to Control. Read the announcement: https://t.co/UD1iFHvCeH This is a very exciting moment for us! Mikael…

Chinese MTT S80 GPU Available For Purchase, But There’s A Catch

Moore’s Threads, a Chinese semiconductor company has launched its new gaming GPU based on the MUSA architecture. This GPU is the successor to the MUSA-Sudi series and is fabricated on a 12nm process. The MTT S80 uses the ‘Chunxiao‘ GPU and is actually a capable Graphics Card. This GPU features…

Amazon Reportedly Looking to Cut Costs for Alexa Division Following Decline in Profitability

According to The Wall Street Journal, Amazon CEO Andy Jassy is reportedly leading a comprehensive examination of the company’s operations to minimize costs. As part of this investigation, the digital assistant Alexa is scrutinized. Although Alexa has grown to play a significant role in Amazon’s devices and innovative home strategies,…

Spotify Starts Rolling Out User Choice Billing in Android

Google usually doesn’t allow third party billing in its Play Store, like most other tech giants with their own platforms. This helped the company rake in billions by taking a cut off those payments, which was a whopping 30% until Google reduced it to 15% last year. Finally in March…

Japan Will Invest $500 Million to Revive Semiconductor Industry

As it strives to reclaim itself as a leading manufacturer of cutting-edge chips, Japan announced on Friday that it would contribute an initial 70 billion yen ($500 million) to a new semiconductor initiative led by tech companies, including Sony Group Corp and NEC Corp. Semiconductors are going to be a…

AMD Unveils 4th Generation EPYC ‘Genoa’ CPUs, Up To 3x Faster Than Intel’s Highest End Offering

AMD just unveiled its next-gen EPYC ‘Genoa‘ lineup targeted for the server segment of the market. Claiming its lead in performance, AMD expects Genoa to outclass its competitors by a huge margin. That is without a doubt true because Intel after facing various delays is still yet to respond to…

Nintendo’s Director Hints About Their Next Console to be Backward Compatible

A couple of days ago, Nintendo released its quarterly earnings report, alongside which Nintendo also announced the formation of a new company, Nintendo Systems Co Ltd, in collaboration with the mobile gaming studio, DeNA. Furthermore, following the earnings report and other announcements, a Questions and Answers session was held to…

Call of Duty’s New Battle Pass Ditches the Traditional ‘Linear’ Progression System

Now that the release of Warzone 2.0 is less than a week away, fresh details about the game are being revealed on a daily basis. At the moment, there is a fascinating bit of data on the next battle pass. We're excited to announce all of the new content coming…

Twitter Blue Is a Gateway to ‘Verified’ Fake Accounts

In exchange for $8 a month, Twitter Blue users could have any of their accounts verified, giving them access to the ‘valuable’ blue checkmark. As a result of the change, individuals are already willing to pay to pretend as some of the most well-known businesses and celebrities in the world.…

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