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Quantum Break delayed until 2016

One of Microsoft’s big new IP launches set for the Xbox One, Quantum Break, has been delayed until 2016. The game is being developed by Remedy Games, the same studio behind Allan Wake. Initially, the game was supposed to coincide with a live-action series. While a live-action series set to …

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AK Racing gaming seats discounted this week

If like me you've wheeled up to LAN events like Multiplay's iSeries with your PC in tow, only to sit down on their bog-standard chairs and stare enviously at those in large, plush arm chairs and racing seats, then this week may be the best time to remedy that, as …

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Nvidia G-Sync: My Impression

Nvidia's G-Sync has been in the public domain for a few months and in that time it has gathered a large amount of attention. Some sources, and Nvidia themselves, have been outright in saying that G-Sync will revolutionise gaming. I got the chance to see G-Sync in action a few …

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Origami used to design new space probe solar panels

Often used as a tool for relaxation – or a murderous weapon if you're watching Seven Psychopaths – the art of paper folding, or Origami, can now add another use to its resume, as  a team of engineers from Brigham Young University has been in touch with an origami mathematician to figure …

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Let’s play friendly developer list published

In the wake of the news that Youtube had begun stripping ownership of many Let's Play videos away from video content producers, some developers and publishers have sided with the Youtubers and have been making a real effort to have those videos returned to their original owners. Not all though, …

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Astro A40 and Mixamp Review

Within recent years we have seen a lot of competition from many brands in the audio sector. Trying to decide which one is best can often be a long drawn out process. Astro say that they are on a mission to produce the worlds finest gaming equipment. Today we are …

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O2 dropping phone chargers

Chargers

UK mobile phone provider O2 has announced that by 2015 it will no longer offer phone chargers with its handsets, as part of a new initiative called “Charger out of the Box,” which suggests that since most people have a compatible charger anyway, they don't need another. According to the …

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Alienware Aurora R4 Review

We review a lot of system components at Kitguru, but sometimes we like to target the audience who have no interest or time to build their own computer. The system we are looking at today might appeal to that audience, because it is the latest high specification Core i7 Aurora …

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T-Mobile fighting US ban on Samsung products

T-Mobile USA have attempted to prevent a preliminary injunction by Apple against Samsung, to stop sales of the Galaxy 10.1 tablet and Galaxy S 4G smartphone. They claim that the sales damage would be high. T-Mobile said in the brief to the United States District Court of Northern District of …

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AMD’s Huddy heads off for poker millions hiatus

Word just into KitGuru is that AMD's Head of Developer Relations has decided to go off and explore another business opportunity. KitGuru uses the available data to shade in the pixels and render the scene. As one of the original co-inventors of DirectX, Richard Huddy has made a significant impact …

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Verizon Wireless may have to pay $90 million in refunds

Verizone Wireless announced that they may be paying up to $90 million in refunds to 15 million cellphone customers who were overcharged for data sessions and Internet use. If this happens it will be one of the biggest customer refunds offered by a telecommunications company. Verizon issued the statement yesterday …

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