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Asus officially announces the ZenWatch

Asus has officially announced its ZenWatch, the new wearable will be powered by Android Wear and feature a custom user interface that Asus developed specifically for the new device. The smartwatch will pair up with any smartphone running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean or higher in order to provide useful notifications …

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New Nintendo 3DS will be region locked

Just last week Nintendo announced the ‘new’ 3DS, a significant hardware upgrade over the original model. Since then, more and more details have been coming out surrounding the handheld, the most recent discovery is that Nintendo will be sticking with region locking, meaning that 3DS owners won’t be able to …

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UK Government warns search engines over piracy

The UK government has sent out warnings to Microsoft, Google and Yahoo stating that if these companies don’t address the issue of online piracy and stop linking to illegal content voluntarily, then legislative action will be taken. Over the last year or so, the UK government has shown its full …

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Samsung announces Galaxy Note 4 and Gear VR headset

Samsung has officially revealed the Galaxy Note 4 handset and its Virtual Reality headset, the Gear VR, which was in fact developed with the help of Oculus, just as previous rumors suggested. The Gear VR headset is designed to fit around the 5.7 Inch screen found on the just announced …

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EA COO: EA Access is a sign of things to come

According to EA’s COO, Peter Moore, the company’s recently launched subscription service, EA Access, is just a sign of things to come and could very well be the way of the future, with more publishers possibly following suit over time. EA Access was announced back in July, granting Xbox One …

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Saints Row 4 gets official mod support- Devs release SDK

Saints Row IV is getting official modding support today as Volition Studios has released a software development kit to get the community started. The kit includes weapon models for the upcoming Gat out of Hell expansion pack, meaning we could see modded versions of new weapons before they are even …

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Ozone Onda Pro Surround Gaming headset

Today we are looking at the Ozone Onda Pro Surround USB gaming headset. This model ships with a detachable microphone and it definitely nails the ‘gamer look’ with its dramatic red and black color scheme – but, how does it perform? Lets find out… Features: Surround Sound. Dynamic Bass. Vocal …

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Apple reveals common reasons for app rejection

One of the things people like about Apple’s app store is that it has its content curated, the company reviews every app submitted to its store to check that it meets a predetermined set of standards and now we get to see what developers tend to slip up on the …

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Apple investigating potential celebrity iCloud breach

If you’ve been paying much attention to news sites or social media over the last day or two then you will have probably heard that a sizable group of celebrities had their personal photos leaked on to the Internet. How did this happen? Well there is a theory going around that …

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MSI tease twin frozr V GPU cooler

According to MSI, the “next-gen GPUs are upon us” as the company has teased us with some images of the upcoming Twin Frozr V GPU cooler. The new design could launch alongside the upcoming GTX 800 (or possibly 900) series of GPUs from Nvidia, which are expected to be unveiled some time …

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Apple iWatch could cost as much as $400

New reports are suggesting that Apple might be planning multiple wearables to launch next month at its iPhone six unveiling event. One of these will likely be the iWatch and in true Apple fashion, we can expect it to launch at twice the price of its competitors- right now the …

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Thermaltake Frio14 Silent CPU Cooler Review

While all in one liquid cooling units continue to dominate the high end CPU cooling space, there is still plenty of room left in the market for a good old fashioned air cooler. Today we will be taking a look at the Frio 14 from Thermaltake. This CPU cooler promises …

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Asus reveals X99 range of motherboards

There has been an absolute flood of X99 news to announce today. Now we have our first look at the Asus range of motherboards, the X99-Deluxe, X99-Pro and X99-A with a new OC socket alongside exclusive five way optimisation technology. The X99-Deluxe is the flagship model, it comes with a …

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Gigabyte launches X99 series motherboards

Gigabyte has just launched its new motherboard lineup, based on the X99 chipset for Intel’s new Core i7 Extreme Edition CPUs. The new range comes in three categories, G.1 Gaming, SOC overclocking and the company’s signature “Ultra Durable” model. “Given this incredibly powerful platform from Intel, GIGABYTE wanted to make …

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MSI launches X99 Gaming and MPower motherboards

X99 is all set to launch later today and MSI is prepared with its new range of X99 Gaming and X99 MPower motherboards, offering up advanced overclocking tools and low lag Killer E2200 game networking. The X99 Gaming motherboards come with a brand new “Streaming Engine”, a dedicated hardware encoding …

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Valve and Nvidia team up to improve in-home streaming

Valve and Nvidia have teamed up to improve the performance of Steam’s in-home streaming feature by adding in support for hardware encoding on Nvidia GeForce graphics cards. This new feature works in a similar way to Nvidia’s own ‘Game Stream’ implementation for the Nvidia Shield handheld and tablet. Valve’s own …

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Titanfall introduces titan-less game mode

Titanfall is due to receive its sixth free update, adding in more features and game modes, one of which completely removes Titans and AI from the game, allowing for 8v8 pilot only matches. The new mode is called Pilot skirmish and will only be available to play when choosing the …

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Amazon to launch 4K streaming service in October

Amazon is set to launch its own 4K streaming service in an effort to better compete with Netflix, which already offers 4K content, although it is strictly limited to supported TV’s and not available for PC users. There isn’t a lot of native content for those who own a 4K …

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