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Qualcomm appeal against South Korea FTC order for a second time

Back in December, the South Korean Fair Trade Commission found U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm guilty of monopolistic practises, resulting in a hefty $850 million fine. Its original appeal to the Seoul High Court was denied, but Qualcomm isn’t deterred easily with the company filing a second appeal. KFTC stated at the …

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YouTube Live improves latency and adds native iOS support

YouTube has gone through many changes lately, from updating its logo and redesigning its interface last week to updating its livestreaming service today. YouTube Live is being overhauled, with low-latency streaming that mimics real time and the ability to directly stream from Apple’s mobile products. YouTube Gaming previously had the …

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PUBG creator thanks fans for 10 million sales

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has achieved astounding feats for a game so early on in its life, surpassing 8 million sales at the start of Gamescom a couple of weeks ago. Since then, the game has reached the 10 million mark, meaning an incredible 2 million sales in just two weeks. Reaching …

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All Nokia smartphones are set to receive Android Oreo

Two weeks ago, Android 8.0 Oreo officially launched, aiming to improve battery life, stability and security. While new updates can either take a while to appear on certain devices or not come at all, HMD Global has announced that all Nokia Android smartphones will in fact be getting the Oreo …

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SanDisk launches licensed Nintendo microSD cards

Western Digital has been pushing its SanDisk line of microSDs as of late, with one of the latest memory cards offering  400GB of storage. The company isn’t stopping there, however, this time pairing up with Nintendo to produce licensed microSDXC for the Switch. Currently, the two entries to SanDisk’s Nintendo …

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Razer’s new Basilisk mouse swaps side button for a clutch paddle

Macro and precision aim buttons aren’t new to mice, usually offering the best in customisability and accuracy. Razer’s new Basilisk mouse pushes this boundary one further, adding a DPI clutch to its left-hand side, built with first-person shooter enthusiasts in mind. The Razer Basilisk follows the Lancehead Tournament Edition by …

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The Nazis have their own Batman in new Wolfenstein 2 trailer

Nothing is sacred in the Nazi-ridden world of Wolfenstein 2, with previous trailers for the game depicting various genres of television, including drama, comedy and gameshows. The latest trailer tackles older superhero shows, depicting ‘uber hero’ Batman, I mean, Blitzmensch kapow-ing his enemies in true 60’s fashion. Blitzmensch is the …

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