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Photos of the AMD Radeon R9 Nano appear online

New photos of AMD’s upcoming GPU, the Radeon R9 Nano, have surfaced online, giving us a detailed look at the full card. AMD has shown off the Nano once before, though we had only seen the front of the card up to this point. As we have already seen with …

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Microsoft Office 2016 to launch next month

Microsoft announced Office 2016 earlier this year, though the updated Office suite has yet to launch just yet. Though apparently Microsoft has a release date pencilled in for next month, after releasing the Mac version back in July. According to a new report, Office 2016 will be arriving on the …

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John Smedley steps down from Daybreak to head new company

Its official, John Smedley has left Daybreak Studios for good, after stepping down as President in order to take some time away following a series of personal attacks alongside some high-profile DDOS attacks on the company’s game servers. It was initially thought that Smedley would return to the former SOE …

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GOG Galaxy gets its first major update

GOG’s first major update for its Galaxy game client has launched, adding in some new useful features. The Galaxy client was launched earlier this year as a Steam alternative for DRM free games and so far, it has been positively received by quite a few of its users. The standout …

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The Galaxy Note 5 S-Pen feature can be broken quite easily

It seems that a fairly significant design flaw has been discovered with the newly released Samsung Galaxy Note 5. While in past Galaxy Note devices, the S-Pen could only be inserted one way, this time around, it can be placed in backwards, which unfortunately makes it very easy to break …

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Cortana for Android is now in public beta

We have been hearing about Cortana’s eventual arrival on Android for months now. While an early version of the digital assistant for Android leaked just ahead of the Windows 10 launch last month, you can now get your hands on the app officially, as Microsoft has launched the public beta. …

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Nintendo’s next system may ditch the disc-drive

Earlier this year, Nintendo revealed that it is already planning its follow-up to the Wii U, currently known as the Nintendo NX. While the company isn’t ready to publicly say more about its future console until next year, this recently filed patent may give us a peek at its plans. …

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Samsung wants iPhone users to test drive its new phones

Samsung is getting aggressive in its fight for market share as the announcements of the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus loom. In an attempt to win some iPhone users over in the US, the company is offering customers a chance to ‘test drive’ one of Samsung’s new Galaxy devices for …

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Spotify swiftly apologises following privacy concerns

Earlier today, Spotify updated its terms and conditions and thanks to the wording, it sounded like the streaming service wasn’t taking user privacy very seriously at all. Fortunately, the company’s CEO, Daniel Ek, is eager to clear things up a bit and try to stop people from freaking out. In …

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Amazon to stop accepting flash advertisements from September

The slow downfall of Adobe Flash continues, as Amazon announces that from September onwards it will no longer be accepting flash based advertisements on its site. The decision was apparently driven by recent updates to several popular web browsers, including Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. In recent years, Flash has …

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The Street Fighter V beta has returned

A few weeks back, Capcom kicked off the street Fighter V beta. Unfortunately, it had some immediate issues that stopped many from actually being able to launch the game. As a result, the dev team took the beta build back behind closed doors, spent a few weeks fixing it up …

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