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New evidence points to North Korea being behind Sony 2014 hack

Back in 2014, Sony Pictures suffered from a massive cyber attack, which had long-lasting repercussions for the company. Now, over a full year later, some new evidence has come to light, tying the attack to a Korean malware campaign. Researchers over at Kaspersky and Alienvault Labs (via: Wired) managed to …

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Apple faces lawsuit over 3D Touch feature

Apple was just recently ordered to pay out $625 million to a company over patent infringement and now it looks like the company is about to get hit with another lawsuit, this time over its 3D Touch technology, which can be found in the new Macbook trackpads, the Apple Watch …

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There is a $10 million edition of Dying Light

We have seen some pretty crazy special editions of games over the years but Techland has really been pushing it with Dying Light. Not only was there a £250,000 edition of the game previously, which nabbed the buyer a custom-built zombie-proof shelter, but now there is a $10 million edition …

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AMD’s Zen-based Opteron processor to have 32 cores

With AMD’s new Zen processors set to hit the market at the end of this year, we have begun hearing more and more about the company’s plans for its new architecture. Recent leaks seem to show that AMD’s Opteron series of processors will be getting a significant update when Zen …

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Google to extend ‘right to be forgotten’ to all domains

Back in 2014, the EU ordered Google to implement what is now known as the ‘right to be forgotten’ allowing people to protect their privacy by having specifically about them to be hidden from EU-based Google search. Since its initial implementation, results were only hidden on Google’s EU-based domains but …

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Unity engine now natively supports SteamVR

Virtual reality technology is set to finally hit the consumer market this year and as you would imagine, a lot of work is being done on the software side to ensure that there will actually be games to play when the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive hit this year. Now …

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EVGA launches GTX 980Ti VR Edition

EVGA’s previously announced GTX 980Ti ‘VR Edition’ has finally arrived following on from its debut at CES. The card arrives just in time for the first wave of virtual reality headsets, like the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive, which will be hitting the market over the next couple of …

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NZXT and MSI team up for RGB bundle

MSI and NZXT both recently jumped on to the RGB craze, MSI currently has the Z170A Gaming Pro Carbon motherboard, which features a black aesthetic with RGB lights on the board and NZXT just recently launched the Hue+ RGB lighting kit, now to celebrate these launches, both companies are teaming …

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Google to start banning Flash adverts

Companies have been moving away from Adobe Flash for a while now and Google is set to sever yet another tie with the software as the company has announced that it will no longer be accepting adverts made using Flash from the 30th of June onwards. If advertisers get their …

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The first UHD Blu-Ray player has arrived early

The first Blu-Ray player designed to play back Ultra-HD/4K content has hit the market a little earlier than expected. Samsung’s upcoming player was first revealed at CES 2016 and would make this year’s first batch of UHD Blu-Rays playable on the 4K TVs that have flooded the market in the …

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Mad Catz execs resign ahead of financial report

If you are a PC gamer, then you have probably heard of Mad Catz, the peripherals maker has been responsible for plenty of well-received products over the years. However, it looks like the Mad Catz team has fallen on hard times following its co-publishing deal with Harmonix for Rock Band …

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Here are the system requirements for Hitman on PC

Not too long ago, Square Enix and IO Interactive officially announced that the 2016 Hitman game will be an episodic release and now, we have the system requirements for the PC version of the game and they are fairly high on both the minimum and recommended specifications, particularly where CPU …

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Asus is giving away some of its wireless routers

Here in the UK, ISPs and their routers can be a bit hit and miss when it comes to speeds and range even on higher tier packages. However, ASUS appears to be pretty confident that its routers can improve your experience, which is why they are currently running a ‘Test …

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Apple open-sources its benchmarking software for Swift

Apple has announced today that it is open-sourcing the benchmarking tools which are used to measure performance of code and software written using the Swift programming language. The tools have already been published on GitHub under the open-source Apache license much like the rest of Swift. The announcement was made …

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