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Pepsi is making a line of smartphones

There are tons of companies out there that have attempted to jump in to the smartphone market, we’ve had Amazon try it, we’ve had Facebook try it and now Pepsi is making its own line of Android smartphones. Yes its own line… as in more than one. The Pepsi-made smartphone …

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Halo 5: Guardians is a massive game

Microsoft’s biggest exclusive of the year is about to roll around in a few weeks time and it looks like retail copies are leaking out already. Halo 5: Guardians is due out on the 27th of October but just days after the game going gold (meaning ready to ship), images …

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Qualcomm sampling 24-core ARM processor for servers

Qualcomm has started to sample a new 24-core ARM processor aimed for use in servers and data centres, the company has revealed. The new chip in question is a pre-production system on chip (SoC) based on the ARMv8-A instruction set, which will be purposed for tackling common data centre workloads and …

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G2A responds to League of Legends sponsorship ban

Earlier this week, Riot officially took a stance against the controversial, grey market key selling site G2A. The site was banned from sponsoring any more professional League of Legends teams and its logo was to be immediately removed from any merchandise or marketing material present at the up coming League …

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MSI launches GS40 Phantom series Gaming Notebooks

MSI is well-known for its gaming laptops and today it is revealing its brand new GS40 Phantom series of notebooks, based on Intel’s latest generation Skylake processors and Nvidia’s Maxwell-based graphics chips all packed in to a powerful 14-inch form factor, bringing you a truly capable gaming experience on the …

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Apple downplays iPhone 6s A9 chip power draw concerns

Yesterday news spread that one version of the iPhone 6s seemingly greatly outperforms the other. The A9 chip inside of the new iPhone could be manufactured by either TSMC or Samsung, with the former’s version expanding battery life by as much as 20 per cent. This news has since reached …

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Bethesda has concerns about Battlecry

Bethesda announced its first venture in to the free to play realm back in 2014 with Battlecry, which was set to be a team-based multiplayer game but it looks like the project is having some issues. According to Bethesda, the company has “concerns” regarding the project, noting that right now …

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Sony cuts the price of the PS4 by $50

Sony has a tough holiday season ahead of it. Microsoft’s Xbox One has been slowly gaining popularity over the year and while Sony still has a lead in terms of PS4 sales, it doesn’t have a lot of first party titles on offer this Christmas, leaving Microsoft to lure people …

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Samsung’s own mobile GPU coming in 2017/2018

It has been reported in the past that Samsung is working on its own graphics chip for smart devices and now it looks like we may finally see it in 2017/2018. Current reports claim that Samsung wants to unite its well-performing Exynos CPUs with its own graphics unit in order to …

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Sony acquires SoftKinetic tracking sensor company

Sony might be in a tough financial position right now but it still has some cash left to acquire new technology. Today, it was announced that Sony has acquired SoftKinetic, a start up company responsible for body-sensing and image-recognition technology- two things that would be perfect for virtual reality,  which …

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CD Projekt Red details Witcher 3 patch 1.10

The Witcher 3’s first big expansion, ‘Hearts of Stone’ is on the way next week and accompanying that will be another massive patch. CD Projekt Red has today released the full details surround patch 1.10, which will contain hundreds of fixes, along with the enhanced romance options for Geralt, Triss …

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