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Piracy-enabled streaming boxes are deemed hazardous

It seems that breaking the law isn’t the only way you can get burned by investing in piracy-enabled streaming boxes. A new study has unsurprisingly found that such devices present fire and electrical safety concerns as well as insufficient instructions of use, installation and maintenance. The results of this study …

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Cooler Master releases its first ever RGB AIO liquid cooler

Cooler Master has been playing catch-up this past month, updating many of its products to include the much-hyped feature of RGB lighting. This time, the company has implemented the lighting solution into its all-in-one liquid coolers, adding the MasterLiquid ML240L and the ML120L to its roster. This has been a …

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Razer redesigns its BlackWidow keyboard with IP54 water protection

While water resistant keyboards aren’t a new concept, they have received an increasing amount of attention lately with SteelSeries’ Apex 150 and Razer’s Cynosa Chroma. Taking it one step further, Razer has now introduced the feature to its mechanical range with its BlackWidow Ultimate redesigned to include IP54. Most boards …

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Bossa Studios has bailed as Decksplash is no more

Last week, Surgeon Simulator developers Bossa Studios left the fate of its then-in-development Decksplash in the hands of players. Unfortunately, it failed to grab the attention required to create “a thriving community of people,” meaning that the title is no more. “Like any proud parent, we love Decksplash, but unlike …

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be quiet! shares details on its upcoming Dark Base 700 case

be quiet! has finally introduced a mid-tower into its Dark Base range, utilising its sleek, silent design while making a fair few noticeable improvements. Through integrating RGB lighting, USB Type-C 3.1 Gen 2 as well as room and accessibility for a variety of cooling designs, this case could be worth …

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Re:scam the scammers with this new email bot

Chatbots have been a way to test steadily improving artificial intelligence for a while, probing it with questions to receive an incredibly human response. It turns out that this can be incredibly useful, as non-profit organisation Netsafe has launched its own Re:scam email bot to combat scammers. While some people …

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Over half of Apple’s devices now run iOS 11

While iOS 11 didn’t have the smoothest launch possible, it seems that Apple users are now happy with the update. The company has released new metrics on its App Store support page, showing that iOS 11 is now installed on 52 percent of total iPhones and iPads in use. Prompting …

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