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Could Amazon Be Developing a Smartphone?

In the past couple of years, Amazon has quickly expanded away from its origins. Sure, it’s still one of the largest online retailers in the world, but now they’re aiming to be so much more. With a product line up that’s incredibly varied and a huge amount of cash on hand, Amazon is funneling their crazy profits right back into ...

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Windows 10 Game Mode

Windows 10 High-Performance Game Mode Coming Soon

Microsoft seems committed to providing an environment suited for hardcore gamers, and the Windows 10 Creator’s update will deliver a high-performance gaming mode allowing users to maximize the performance of their PC. The company announced that it will start releasing features of the mode this week in an Insider Preview. The preview won’t include all of the features, but at ...

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Razer Laptop

Razer’s Stolen 3-Screen Laptop Listed for Sale

One of the coolest prototypes at CES 2017 was Razer’s design for a 3-screen laptop. In a scandalous turn of events, someone walked off with the prototypes, leading many to suspect some form of industrial espionage. Trade secrets are important in the tech industry, and having an original product stolen by competitors could drastically cut into profits if they release ...

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Amazon Echo

New Additions to Amazon’s Echo Announced

In the past few years, online retail giant Amazon has expanded its reach far beyond e-commerce. The company made a splash in the artificial intelligence scene in 2014 with the release of the Amazon Echo, a smart home personal assistant that can assist with an ever-expanding variety of tasks. Ordering new household supplies is as easy as asking “Alexa” to ...

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Lily Camera Drone

Drone Company Lily Shuts Down Owing Millions

It’s a sad day for drone fans. Drone company Lily, the developer behind an autonomous camera drone, sent notification to backers letting them know that they were unable to secure funding to start manufacturing. Within 60 days, all money from preorders will be returned to backers. Co-founders Henry Bradlow and Antoine Balaresque apologized to consumers in an email on January ...

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Galaxy S8

Did Samsung Just Leak the Design of the Galaxy S8?

After the Note 7 exploding phone fiasco, Samsung really needs to hit it out of the park with the next entry into its smartphone lineup. With expected losses from the recalls climbing to over 5 billion, Samsung’s shareholders are itching for a device that will restore confidence in the tech giant’s ability to compete in the high-end smartphone market. It ...

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Android Cofounder Starts New Phone Company

The cofounder of the Android operating system, Andy Rubin, is developing a new company and a “new kind of smartphone”.  This smartphone is reportedly a premium device that has an edge-to-edge display and lacks a surrounding bezel. Rubin’s new company is called Essential, and he’s currently preparing to make a formal announcement and lead the startup as CEO. According to ...

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vr-ready-pc

CyberpowerPC Releases VR Ready Desktop for $499

Virtual Reality was one of the hottest aspects of the gaming industry in 2016, and will only become more prevalent in the coming years. Many Steam games now offer VR support, but it’s not exactly widespread due to the limited adoption of VR technology in the gaming community at large. This lack of prevalence is not often by choice, however. ...

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Expect a lot of growth in the UK video games industry in 2017.

Growth in the UK Video Games Industry

TIGA, the network for game developers and the wider video games industry, recently reported that the UK games industry is set to grow significantly in 2017. TIGA surveyed 50 game business of various sizes, and they found the following. First, 88% of the survey participants plan to increase their workforce.iu 72% of survey participants reported that they would supplement their ...

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Onward, a popular VR military sim, has gained official support from Valve.

Valve Invites Onward Dev to Studios

Onward, the VR military simulator that was released earlier this year, has a particularly important fan: Valve. Dante Buckley developed and continues to refine the game all by himself, and Valve just yesterday invited him to continue working on Onward in their offices in January 2017. For those who haven’t played Onward or know nothing about it, this announcement means ...

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