|Samsung has launched a new Gaming monitor at Gamescom, the Samsung CJG5 Curved Gaming Monitor. There are two different screen sizes in the Samsung CJG5 Curved Gaming Monitor range, one with a 32 inch display and the 0her with a 27 inch display. The newly-developed CJG5 32-inch(C32JG5) and 27-inch(C27JG5) monitors feature key gaming technologies such […]|
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|LG has announced that it will be launching some LG Tone devices at IFA next month, these will include the LG TONE Platinum SE and the LG Tone Ultra SE. The LG TONE Platinum SE comes with Google Assistant built in and the Ultra SE model comes with an external speaker. The LG TONE Platinum […]|
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|We have been hearing lots of rumors about Apple’s new lower cost MacBook and now it looks like the company also has a new Apple Mac Mini in the works. We previously heard a rumor about the new Mac Mini and now we have more details. According to a recent report by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, […]|
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|We had heard reports that Pepsi was considering a possible acquisition of beverage company SodaStream, and now Pepsi today confirmed that it has bought SodaStream. The company’s machines allow users to make carbonated beverages at home. Some machines even feature Bluetooth connectivity and can also be controlled with a smartphone app. Pepsi has now decided […]|
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|A new demonstration video has been published this week by NVIDIA demonstrating the real-time Ray Tracing technology available to game developers. Using the latest NVIDIA RTX graphics cards and Unreal Engine 4 a cinematic demonstration has been published. At the current time the only confirmed game to support the new Ray Tracing technology is Metro […]|
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|After first being released as Debian 0.01 way back in September 1993, the awesome Linux Debian operating system is this week celebrating its 25th birthday and since its first stable version release back in June 1996 as Debian 1.1 (code name ‘Bo’) operating system is now in its eighth major release with the most recent […]|
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|It seems that over the weekend Valve has inadvertently enabled then you [Steam.tv] streaming service making it live for a brief spell on Friday evening with a broadcast window set up for ‘The International’, Valve’s big Dota 2 tournament. The recently launched Steam Chat is also available via the new Valve streaming service providing those […]|
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|Walmart has announced that it has complete its acquisition of India’s Flipkart, the company paid $16 billion to become the majority owner of Flipkart. Walmart is now the largest shareholder in Flipkart and the company now hold around a 77 percent stake in Flipkart. “Walmart and Flipkart will achieve more together than each of us […]|
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|Retail giant Walmart is apparently working on technology that would simulate the experience of shopping at the store from the comfort of your couch. Walmart has applied for patents concerning a “virtual reality showroom” involving headsets, “sensor-packed gloves,” simulated environments, and automated shipping. Sounds kind of strange. You would experience a three-dimensional representation of a […]|
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|Rumours are circulating that Valve may soon be adding support for Windows games to its Linux based SteamOS operating system which launched a few years ago and has been used to create Steam Machine computers capable of running the Steam Client. Since its launch the SteamOS has failed to proved popular with gamers and unfortunately […]|
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