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Asus white Radeon R9 Nano spotted

AMD officially launched its tiny Radeon R9 Nano graphics card a while back, bringing the full power of a Fiji graphics core and High-Bandwidth Memory to a tiny 6-inch PCB. Several AIB partners have already launched their own branded models and now, it looks like Asus is planning to release …

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Toshiba may sell its image sensor business to Sony

Toshiba is apparently in advanced talks to sell its image sensor business to Sony for as much as $165 million. This comes just a few weeks after we learned that Sony also acquired sensor start-up company, SoftKinetic. So far, this news is coming from multiple sources, ranging from Japanese newpaper, …

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MCM London Comic Con Gallery

The October MCM Comic Con kicked off in London over the weekend and I was fortunate enough to attend. While I wasn’t there in any sort of ‘official’ capacity, I did take a few pictures of what I saw there on Saturday to share with our readers today.   As …

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The Overwatch beta extends to Europe this month

Earlier this month, Blizzard officially announced that it would be launching the Overwatch beta, with a release date set for the 27th of October. At the time of the announcement, the beta was only scheduled to launch over in the US, cutting out the rest of the world. However, tomorrow’s …

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Apple sued over WiFi Assist iOS feature

A few Apple customers were pretty annoyed when they discovered the WiFi Assist feature within iOS 9. The feature comes switched on by default and switches out your WiFi signal with 3G or 4G when it gets too weak. As a result of this happening, some customers found themselves using …

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Arkham Knight returns to the PC this week

Warner Bros is finally putting Batman: Arkham Knight back on sale on the PC this week, after a good four months of re-working the game and making it run as well as people expected it to at launch. The game’s return will be accompanied by one last performance patch, which …

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HTC hits back at claims it copied the iPhone 6 design

The newly revealed HTC One A9 smartphone has faced some criticism recently thanks to its design. Many sites have branded it as a copy of the iPhone 6 and now, HTC has finally responded to those claims, hitting back by saying that actually, it was Apple that copied HTC’s design …

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Vivendi raises stake in Ubisoft

Last night, we heard that Vivendi, the same company that previously took over a majority stake in Activision, had begun acquiring shares in Ubisoft. At the time, the publisher’s CEO expressed concern that Vivendi would keep raising its take in the company until it had a majority of shares under …

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Apple is taking in app submissions for new Apple TV

The Apple TV was announced all of the way back in September, though the set top box isn’t shipping until November. Given how early the announcement was, some developers may have already figured out how to get their iOS media apps working on the newly announced tvOS, which is a …

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A big Windows 10 update is due out next month

The next big Windows 10 update is on the way in November, currently referred to internally by Microsoft as ‘Threshold 2’, suggesting that the update will be pretty significant to users of the new operating system. The update is said to contain fixes and user interface changes that were originally …

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TT eSports Poseidon Z Keyboard Review

Today we are taking a look at the ThermalTake’s TT eSports Poseidon Z Mechanical Keyboard, featuring Kailh brown switches. This model lacks RGB lighting but at £64.99, could this be a decent option for those who just want a basic mechanical keyboard? Let’s find out… This TT eSports Poseidon Z mechanical keyboard ships with Kailh …

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Gigabyte announces the GTX 980 Waterforce graphics card

Gigabyte has a new GPU on the block. The company just announced its new GTX 980 Waterforce graphics card, featuring an all in one watercooling unit and unique GPU shroud to help stand out from the crowd. MSI and EVGA both offer similar offerings in the form of their SeaHawk and …

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Google launches YouTube Red paid subscription service

We have been hearing about it for many months but now it has finally happened, Google has officially launched YouTube Red, the paid, ad-free subscription service for the world’s most popular video on demand platform. YouTube Red will offer everything on the site right now with no adverts, the subscription …

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Western Digital is buying SanDisk for $19 billion

Just after yesterday’s news regarding Western Digital’s talks to buy memory chip maker, SanDisk, the acquisition has been announced. WD will be taking over SanDisk for $19 billion, or $86.50 per share. The news was confirmed by Western Digital itself in a hefty press release posted online today. This acquisition …

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Sony drops PS4 price by £50 in UK

Sony has a tough holiday season ahead of it thanks to Microsoft’s strong line up of exclusive releases, including Halo 5: Guardians and Rise of the Tomb Raider- along with a brand/advertising deal on Fallout 4. However, Sony isn’t giving up its lead that easily and has announced a price …

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UK tech retailers suffering from a series of DDOS attacks

Over the last 24 hours it would seem that several prominent UK tech retailers have been targeted by DDOS attacks, which may also turn out to be linked to a group demanding large Bitcoin ransoms. Affected sites include Overclockers UK, Novatech, SCAN and Aria. All of these websites have been …

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Apple to use AMD Zen SoCs for future iMacs?

Apple has been working pretty closely with AMD over the last couple of years. You can find AMD’s Fire Pro graphics cards in the Mac Pro, you can also find Radeon graphics chips in some of the new iMacs and now it seems that Apple may tap AMD again, this time …

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