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Nvidia Shield TV is 25% off for Black Friday

Android boxes are a dime a dozen nowadays, with relatively unknown brands wanting a slice of the pie. None offer the premium experience of the Nvidia Shield TV, which is shedding a little of its price in time for Black Friday. Designed as a gaming and television hybrid device, Nvidia’s …

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Facebook appeals “unjustified” £500,000 ICO fine

Following a maximum £500,000 fine issued by the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) in July, Facebook began reviewing ways to contest the punishment. It seems the appeal is finally under way, with the social network labelling the effort as “unjustified.” ICO’s reasoning for pushing its top fine was due to …

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Samsung could pack 6 cameras into its flagship Galaxy S10

Samsung unveiled its powerful 8nm Exynos 9820 last week, which we know will headline at least one of the many Galaxy S10 models the firm has in the works. Much still remains unconfirmed about the devices, but the latest report suggests that Samsung’s top-tier flagship is set to feature a …

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Samsung announces its Exynos 9 custom 8nm CPU

Last week, Samsung unveiled its next-generation Exynos 9 silicon, built to power its upcoming line of smartphones and tablets. Rather than following 7nm fabrication like its competitors, Samsung instead seems to have perfected its 8nm process, set to debut with the Exynos 9810 and 9820. While the former is set …

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Netflix trials a cheaper ‘mobile only’ subscription tier

The way in which we consume media has evolved rapidly over the last ten years, with many now watching videos on their smartphones. Netflix wants in on this new trend, launching tests for a mobile-only subscription that costs half that of the Basic membership. The mobile-only subscription is the fourth …

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Discord expands its storefront with Early Access

Discord launched its video game store last month, starting off with a modest 22 titles. The platform recognises that it can’t sit still if it wants to establish itself against competition, evolving its service to include its first wave of Early Access games. Popularised by Steam, Early Access is a …

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