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GOG is ready for Windows 10

Windows 10 is on the way at the end of the month and it is going to be a pretty important update for gamers thanks to the introduction of DirectX 12. However, there is always the question of compatibility when it comes to older titles, thankfully though, GOG says that …

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Ubisoft explains why digital games are more expensive on console

With this generation of consoles, Sony and Microsoft increased its emphasis on digital downloads in an attempt to push the industry forward from physical discs. However, despite the fact that digital games are cheaper for publishers to release in the long run, we often see digital copies remaining fairly expensive …

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Apparently Samsung wants to compete with Hololens

Samsung was swift to jump in to the virtual reality game, getting Oculus on board to build its GearVR headset for use with Galaxy smartphones. Now rumours are suggesting that Samsung wants to get in to augmented reality as well, with a head display product designed to compete with Microsoft’s …

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New leak points to more OnePlus 2 specs

The OnePlus 2 is due to be announced at the end of this month with a live streamed conference set to be broadcast in virtual reality for those who have a Google Cardboard headset. We were already expecting a Snapdragon 810 processor and USB Type-C support but now a new …

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The Nexus 9 just got a pretty nice price cut

If you have been after an Android tablet this year then the Nexus 9 just became a much more attractive option for UK customers after receiving a hefty price cut. The Nexus 9 is made by HTC and originally launched last year alongside the Android 5.0 Lollipop update. Google used …

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Judge orders retrial of patent suit against Apple

It seems like there is news on Apple’s legal affairs almost on a weekly basis. Today in the world of Apple’s legal battles, a federal judge voided a $532.9 million lawsuit award that a Texas jury handed to a company known as Smartflash, on the grounds that Smartflash is merely …

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Rise of the Tomb Raider will have improved TressFX

When the 2013 Tomb Raider reboot launched on the PC, AMD gave its new hair technology feature, TressFX, its début. Since then, the feature has been implemented on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 re-releases of Tomb Raider early last year and now, Crystal Dynamics has revealed that it will …

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Some Sony Xperia devices can now broadcast to Twitch

Sony will be launching a new app to allow Xperia smartphone users to broadcast Android games on Twitch. Users can also capture footage for use later, which would be good for those looking to make smartphone game content for YouTube. The app is called Screen Recorder and will work on …

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Apparently the iPhone 6S will be slightly thicker

Apple has a habit of making its iPhones thinner and thinner each year, rather than fitting in the larger battery that users have been requesting for years. Last year’s iPhone 6 was the most obvious example, with the phone becoming so thin that the camera protruded out of the back …

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ARK: Survival Evolved now has modding tools

Studio Wildcard, the team behind the most recent early access survival game success story, ARK: Survival Evolved, has just released modding tools for the game. Since ARK runs on Unreal Engine 4, the developer teamed up with Epic Games to create mod support and tools for the community currently playing …

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The OnePlus 2 will launch under $450

The OnePlus One swiftly became known as the flagship killer last year when it launched with similar specifications to other high-end devices at a much cheaper price. While early talk of the OnePlus Two has indicated that it will launch at a slightly higher price than its predecessor, the company …

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