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Take-Two CEO thinks Google over-promised with Stadia

Take-Two was one of the first major publishers to support Google’s Stadia streaming service, bringing titles like NBA 2K20, Borderlands 3 and Red Dead Redemption 2 to the platform. Now roughly a year on from Stadia’s initial unveiling, Take-Two CEO, Stauss Zelnick, believes Google over-promised. As reported by Gamespot, Zelnick …

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AMD Renoir 4000-series APU 3DMark performance leaked

We’ve still had no official word on the release of AMD’s Ryzen 7 4700G and Ryzen 5 4400G, but leaker Apisak has already released figures showing the 3DMark performance of the upcoming APUs. Earlier this year, AMD released the 4000-series Ryzen APUs for laptops. These accelerated processing units (APUs) combine the Zen …

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Samsung announces new NAND flash facility

Today Samsung announced its plans to expand its NAND flash production capacity in Pyeongtaek, Korea. Samsung said that the facility is being constructed to address upcoming data centre and mobile demands. Construction of the new facility started in May of this year and, if everything goes according to plan, it …

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Biostar unveil new H410 motherboards

While Z490 hit all the headlines in the enthusiast market, the lower-spec range of Intel 10th generation Comet Lake-S processors will no doubt find their way into more cost-effective motherboards such as the new H410 range recently announced by Biostar. The Biostar H410 series of motherboards offering support for Intel …

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GELID launch DRAM heatsinks with RGB

GELID has announced a new line of memory module heatsinks with RGB lighting effects. The new Lumen RGB RAM Cooler that was unveiled by GELID earlier this week offers PC builders an easy way of adding RGB lighting to the system. The new Lumen RGB RAM Cooler from GELID is …

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Cisco set to acquire ThousandEyes

On May 28, Cisco announced its intent to acquire the privately-held ThousandEyes, known for its software-as-a-service (SaaS) product capable of measuring network performance.  ThousandEyes was founded back in 2010 and its headquarter is located in San Francisco – the company also has offices in Dublin, London, New York and Tokyo. ThousandEyes has seen a …

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