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Intel LGA-1851 socket to last until 2026

The Intel LGA-1851 socket is expected to debut on the market with the Arrow Lake-S platform. However, it won't be a one-time use, as recent reports claim it should last for two years. The new platform may also drop DDR4 support entirely, moving users entirely over to DDR5 memory. The …

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ASUS UK PR believes it is ‘legal to buy positive reviews’

Asus has built a name for itself over the years, delivering some of the best products in the PC hardware market. The company is beginning to find itself in a string of controversies, with YouTubers like Jayz Two Cents and Gamers Nexus calling the company out over unsavoury practices. Unfortunately, there are signs of wider problems at the company too, including a seemingly hostile attitude towards independent media. 

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OSVR headset and software now supported by Steam


The Open Source Virtual Reality (OSVR) platform is now supported officially by Steam, which means you can use the alternative headset to play all sorts of games and experiences there. It also gives OSVR its own category, so if you're looking to buy compatible titles, you can search for them alone. The …

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Google to kill NPAPI support in Chrome browser

Google is going ahead with its plans to end support for the NPAPI protocol in the Chrome browser which will in turn end support for the Microsoft Silverlight plugin. Business critical apps will have until the Autumn of next year to migrate. The Microsoft runtime depends on an ageing protocol …

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Iconsole TV will also use SteamOS

A while back the Iconsole TV was announced, and it attracted attention with its rather powerful developer kits that used Ivy-bridge CPU's, 8GB RAM and dual 500GB hybrid drives. These specs make up the most powerful Android device out there and now it will come with Steam OS too. According …

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DICE will support Linux

In recent weeks a lot of companies have been announcing support for Linux. So far we've had: Valve, AMD, Nvidia and now DICE. In an interview with Polygon the company's director, Lars Gustavsson, said it would only need a single “killer” game for the platform to become incredibly popular. In the …

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Sony boss speaks out about future PS3 support

The PS4 is coming out next month but thats not to say the Playstation 3 doesn't have life left in it, although it might not be as long as you think. Worldwide Studios president, Shuhei Yoshida, in an interview with Games Industry, said that while the PS3 won't get the 5 …

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