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11 AMD R9 Fury Price Decease Immanent?

AMD R9 Fury Price Decease Immanent?

Mark Campbell | 20th January 2016

AMD is rumored to be decreasing the price of their R9 Fury GPUs soon after the surprise price reductions of their R9 Nano GPU.

5 Hidden Gems of CES ASUS 10Gb networking

Hidden Gems of CES ASUS 10Gb networking

Mark Campbell | 20th January 2016

Let's have a look at ASUS' upcoming consumer 10Gb networking solutions.

2 Intel plan to release 10nm CPUs in 2017

Intel plan to release 10nm CPUs in 2017

Mark Campbell | 20th January 2016

Intel plan to release 10nm CPUs in 2017, but Intel's Tick-Tock release model seems to be changing to a Tick-Tock-Tock model, with 3 generations per process node.

0 HTC Denies VR Spin Off Rumors

HTC Denies VR Spin Off Rumors

Mark Campbell | 20th January 2016

HTC has denied recent VR Spin Off Rumors, saying that they will continue to dedicate resources to VR and create maximum value for it's shareholders.

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4 UK Government responds to Encryption petition

UK Government responds to Encryption petition

Mark Campbell | 20th January 2016

The UK Government has responded to an Encryption petition, saying that they are not seeking a ban on encryption or limiting the technology. They have also stated that they will not require an Encryption "back-door".

0 Humble Firaxis Bundle

Humble Firaxis Bundle

Mark Campbell | 20th January 2016

The Humble Firaxis Games Bundle is now live, allowing gamers to get Civilization V, XCOM: Enemy Unknown and other titles for bargain prices.

0 Crytek announces VR First Initiative

Crytek announces VR First Initiative

Mark Campbell | 19th January 2016

Crytek has announced their new VR First Initiative, where Crytek and hardware partners will provide academic institutions with VR headsets, machines and CryEngine source code.

3 Cities: Skylines Snowfall Expansion

Cities: Skylines Snowfall Expansion

Mark Campbell | 19th January 2016

Cities: Skylines' new Snowfall Expansion has been announced, bringing in a winter map theme with world warmth mechanics and revamped public transport systems with Trams and snow plows.

0 HTC rumored to spin off VR division onto separate company

HTC rumored to spin off VR division onto separate company

Mark Campbell | 19th January 2016

HTC is rumored be to spinning off their HTC Vive VR division onto separate company.

8 The Emojistar keyboard hits IndieGoGo

The Emojistar keyboard hits IndieGoGo

Mark Campbell | 19th January 2016

The Emojistar keyboard has hit IndieGoGo, allowing you to type Emoji faster than ever before. Did anyone ask for this?

23 ASUS to make a 1080p 24" version of the ROG Swift

ASUS to make a 1080p 24" version of the ROG Swift

Mark Campbell | 19th January 2016

ASUS is going to make a 1080p 24" version of their popular ROG Swift G-Sync monitor, offering a refresh rate which could be as high as 165Hz.

0 Toshiba announce 4TB and 2TB SAS SSDs

Toshiba announce 4TB and 2TB SAS SSDs

Mark Campbell | 19th January 2016

Toshiba have announced the availability of their 4TB and 2TB SAS enterprise SSDs, offering read speeds of up to 1,900MB/s and a 5 year warranty.

6 TSMC expects to launch 7nm process in 2018 and 5nm in 2020

TSMC expects to launch 7nm process in 2018 and 5nm in 2020

Mark Campbell | 19th January 2016

TSMC expects to launch their 7nm process in 2018 and their 5nm process in 2020.

6 Samsung Mass Producing 4GB HBM2 memory stacks

Samsung Mass Producing 4GB HBM2 memory stacks

Mark Campbell | 19th January 2016

Samsung Mass Producing 4GB HBM2 memory stacks, with plans to mass produce 8GB HBM2 memory stacks later this year.

7 Corsair release 128GB, 64GB and 32GB DDR4 kits

Corsair release 128GB, 64GB and 32GB DDR4 kits

Mark Campbell | 18th January 2016

Corsair have just released their new release 128GB, 64GB and 32GB DDR4 LPX memory kits, which have speeds of up to 3600MHz.

1 A senior bitcoin developer calls the currency a "inescapable" failure

A senior bitcoin developer calls the currency a "inescapable" failure

Mark Campbell | 18th January 2016

A senior bitcoin developer calls the currency a "inescapable" failure, saying that the currency has became "even worse" than bank controlled currency.

13 ASUS ROG Claymore and Spatha RGB Keyboard and Mouse

ASUS ROG Claymore and Spatha RGB Keyboard and Mouse

Mark Campbell | 18th January 2016

Let's have a look at ASUS' ROG Claymore and Spatha RGB Keyboard and Mouse, as well as a few things we have missed from CES 2016.

22 Fractal Define Nano S - Water cooling ITX

Fractal Define Nano S - Water cooling ITX

Mark Campbell | 18th January 2016

Let's have a look at the new Fractal Define Nano S, an ITX case with great water cooling support and sound dampening.

5 Whatsapp becomes free, without introducing 3rd party ads

Whatsapp becomes free, without introducing 3rd party ads

Mark Campbell | 18th January 2016

Whatsapp becomes free to use by without introducing 3rd party ads to the platform.

10 AMD has two Polaris GPUs coming this year

AMD has two Polaris GPUs coming this year

Mark Campbell | 18th January 2016

AMD has two Polaris GPUs coming this year and promises at least a 20% improvement in performance at the same price for next year.

0 Steam VR Developer showcase to take place on January 28th

Steam VR Developer showcase to take place on January 28th

Mark Campbell | 18th January 2016

Valve will be holding their Steam VR Developer showcase to take place on January 28th, showcasing some SteamVR Titles and experiences.

0 "Several" Oculus-Funded titles will feature Steam VR Support

"Several" Oculus-Funded titles will feature Steam VR Support

Mark Campbell | 18th January 2016

Palmer Luckey has confirmed that "Several" Oculus-Funded titles will feature Steam VR Support.

6 Metal Gear Solid Shadow Moses gets first trailer

Metal Gear Solid Shadow Moses gets first trailer

Mark Campbell | 18th January 2016

Metal Gear Solid Shadow Moses the Unreal Engine 4 remake of the classic game environment has just received its first trailer.

11 Netflix VPN Crackdown - Aims for a united Global Service

Netflix VPN Crackdown - Aims for a united Global Service

Mark Campbell | 17th January 2016

Netflix has started to crackdown on the use of VPNs to access geo-restricted content, but the company aims to create a united Global Service.

0 Wii U Cemu Emulator can now run Super Mario Maker

Wii U Cemu Emulator can now run Super Mario Maker

Mark Campbell | 17th January 2016

Wii U Cemu Emulator can now run Super Mario Maker.

80 Microsoft will not support upcoming CPUs on Windows 7 or 8.1

Microsoft will not support upcoming CPUs on Windows 7 or 8.1

Mark Campbell | 16th January 2016

Microsoft will not support upcoming CPUs on any platform other than Windows 10, which includes Intel's Kaby lake and AMD's Bristol Ridge CPUs.

6 AMD's Raja Koduri says that we need 16K at 240Hz for "true immersion" in VR

AMD's Raja Koduri says that we need 16K at 240Hz for "true immersion" in VR

Mark Campbell | 16th January 2016

AMD's Raja Koduri says that we need 16K at 240Hz for "true immersion" in VR that "you won't be able to tell apart from the real-world".

3 Codemaster's EGO Engine 4.0 can support DirectX 12

Codemaster's EGO Engine 4.0 can support DirectX 12

Mark Campbell | 16th January 2016

According to GDC's schedule Codemaster's EGO Engine 4.0 can already support DirectX 12. This includes the support of the API's Raster Ordered Views and Conservative Rasterization features.

13 Fallout 4 1.3 Beta Update adds HBAO+ and Nvidia Weapon Debris effects

Fallout 4 1.3 Beta Update adds HBAO+ and Nvidia Weapon Debris effects

Mark Campbell | 15th January 2016

Fallout 4 1.3 Beta Update adds HBAO+ and Nvidia Weapon Debris effects.

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