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Nintendo is bringing back the NES Classic next month

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Nintendo released its first miniature retro console with the NES Classic back in 2016, with its immense popularity rapidly stripping vendors of their stock. The publisher quickly changed its stance on what was supposed to be a limited run, promising extended sales throughout 2018. It looks like this time is …

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Leo Says 19 – Nvidia GPP, AMD chase ASROCK GPU sample, Twitter unhashed, Apple RECORD earnings

Our opinionated hero is back - the man from England with an opinion on literally everything. This week Leo discusses the apparent death of Nvidia GPP (yay, but is it really dead?). We don't blame you if you missed the 'announced' death of GPP - the news appeared on a blog post on the Nvidia website (a blog post, seriously). Leo also discusses AMD going after ASROCK to find out how Tomshardware got a 580 GPU sample. For those who don't know - AMD have a rule in place that ASROCK are meant to be selling their hardware only in ASIA - but is it really worth making a big fuss over?

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YouTube hits 1.8 billion concurrent users per month

While YouTube’s place as the de facto media platform is now in question thanks to the rise in prominence of competitors such as Twitch, there’s no denying that it is still an impressively large site. Proving this point, CEO Susan Wojcicki has revealed that YouTube manages to pull in a …

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Doom is rumoured to get another film adaptation

Doom is one of the many gaming franchises to suffer from the video game movie curse, in that its Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson-fronted film from 2005 was a complete disaster. Given the success of the 2016 video game reboot, it seems that a new Doom movie adaptation might be in …

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Gmail users report spam emails sent from their own account

One of the main identifiers to spam emails is often the email address itself, usually containing a questionable domain. Unfortunately, things aren’t always as clear cut as that, as some Gmail users spotted that spam was coming from their own accounts. Despite having two-factor authentication, Gmail users found that their …

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