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GeIL launches affordable Super Luce RGB RAM kits

In the wake of new, faster processors entering the market, many memory companies are revising RAM kits to focus on utilising speed. GeIL, however, is focusing on the unwavering demand for RGB, introducing its new Super Luce RGB Sync and Super Luce RGB Lite DDR4 RAM. GeIL is targeting the …

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Pimax launch the world’s first 8K VR headset

As the VR headset market is getting flooded by different brands, it’s becoming difficult to tell them apart and discern which device actually offers something different. Pimax hopes to break this trend with its new 8K virtual reality headset taking the crowdfunding scene by storm. Pimax launched its Kickstarter campaign …

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iPhone X benches more than the latest MacBook Pro

The new iPhone X’s new A11 Bionic processor is doing wonders in benchmarking, outclassing the iPad Pro and more impressively, beating the latest MacBook Pro at multi-core performance. As of yet, no Qualcomm processor has managed to achieve such heights, leaving the next-gen iPhone in a class of its own. …

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iPhone X has Face ID security in case of theft

Apple’s recent goof during its recent iPhone X Face ID display was promptly explained, with the company stating that it was simply a security measure in place. The tech giant’s effort with security doesn’t stop there, as preventative measures have been put in place in case a thief tries to …

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Gigabyte’s component sales continue to sink

Gigabyte’s motherboard sales have been a bit of a rollercoaster over the last decade, with the company experiencing high sales between 2013 to early 2015 only to dip again in subsequent years. 2017 has seen a drop in over a third of its sales, which is expected to continue and …

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ASUSTOR launch Linux Center for NAS drives

ASUSTOR has announced the official release of the Linux Center, allowing owners to run the native Linux system straight from their NAS drives. As well as giving access to operating system specific applications, the company claims that this “effectively turns the NAS into a computer with unlimited possibilities.” The Linux …

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Kickstarter offers local support for Japanese creators

Whereas Kickstarter has always been accessible for Japanese backers, creators from the country have always had to look elsewhere to crowdfund their projects. Now, Kickstarter has finally launched for Japanese creators, complete with local customer support and project reviewers. The crowdfunding site only began offering local support to Singapore and …

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Google appeals record breaking €2.42 billion fine

Google came under fire this June, netting the biggest fine the European Commission has ever handed out at €2.42 billion. The company has unsurprisingly filed an appeal, opposing the General Court of the European Union’s ruling. The €2.42 billion fine came about via the antitrust allegation that the tech giant …

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Galaxy Note 8 pre-orders break Samsung’s record

The Galaxy Note 8 begins shipping this week and Samsung have set an aim of selling 11 million units. It seems that the firm is well on its way, as the smartphone manufacturer has announced that pre-orders for the new phablet have broken company records, the highest-ever for the Note …

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PewDiePie issues an apology for racial remark

Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg landed himself in hot water again this week after shouting a racial slur live on stream, prompting action from developers to issue DMCA takedowns in a bid to disassociate themselves. Inevitably, PewDiePie has issued an apology addressing the most recent matter, making no excuse or defence for …

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YouTube Live improves latency and adds native iOS support

YouTube has gone through many changes lately, from updating its logo and redesigning its interface last week to updating its livestreaming service today. YouTube Live is being overhauled, with low-latency streaming that mimics real time and the ability to directly stream from Apple’s mobile products. YouTube Gaming previously had the …

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SanDisk launches licensed Nintendo microSD cards

Western Digital has been pushing its SanDisk line of microSDs as of late, with one of the latest memory cards offering  400GB of storage. The company isn’t stopping there, however, this time pairing up with Nintendo to produce licensed microSDXC for the Switch. Currently, the two entries to SanDisk’s Nintendo …

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