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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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Telltale Games has downsized by 25 percent

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Ahead its 2018 line-up revisiting its take on beloved DC Comics’ characters, Telltale Games has laid off 90 people from its workforce. Approximating around 25 percent of its staff, the move was apparently made as a part of “comprehensive company restructuring. ” Telltale is known for its narrative-focused episodic titles …

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Overclockers UK is offering 5% off of full systems

Update (07/11/17): Good news folks, Overclockers UK has decided to extend this 5% off offer until the 1st of December! Everything found in the original story below still applies, including the discount code. You just have more time to take advantage now. Original Story (26/10/17): If you’re in the market …

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Microsoft shifts to make more Xbox console exclusives

While other companies have been bolstering their first-party line-up of games, Microsoft has looked elsewhere to strengthen the Xbox branding, such as its Play Anywhere scheme and cross-compatibility. This is a shortcoming that Xbox boss, Phil Spencer is hoping to address, by getting more studios under the company’s belt. Housing …

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Elgato launches 4K-capable capture card

Elgato has made a name for itself in the capture card industry, with its HD60 being a go-to for up-and-coming content creators. While its previous entries have been limited to 1080p and 60 frames per second, its new 4K60 hopes to change that by introducing ultra-HD recording and streaming. The …

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ASUS launches its high-spec, high priced ROG G703

ASUS has launched its latest Republic of Gamers laptop, with ROG Chimera becoming the ROG G703. Chimera seems to be an apt codename for the device, which manages to retain both portability and high-end specs without sacrificing much but cost. The centrepiece of the ASUS ROG G703 is its 17.3-inch …

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