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Sony Xperia Z2 tablet review


The original Xperia Tablet Z was already among the slimmest and most attractive tablets, but Sony did even better with the Xperia Z2 Tablet. It’s the thinnest and lightest tablet on the market, featuring the highest water resistance available, and its slimmer waistline certainly improves the looks even further. Though water resistance is a big part of the Xperia Tablet ...

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Re:Activ Designs: Performance Apparel for Gamers


While I was at the East Coast Game Conference a few weeks ago, I was walking the expo floor and looking at the various vendors that had booths at the event. As the event typically caters more to game developers, I was very interested to see a booth for Re:Activ Designs, which is a company that focuses on creating performance ...

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PS4 vs PC – How much does GPU performance really matter?


There are already plenty of PS4 vs Xbox One debates revolving around their performance and how one is seemingly better than the other. However, there is one machine out there that has the potential to leave both consoles in the dust when it comes to performance, but somehow no one seems all that impressed with it anymore. Currently everybody’s going crazy if a game manages ...

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DirectX 12 will greatly enhance tablet gaming as demonstrated by Intel


Microsoft’s newest collection of application programming interfaces (APIs) will come with a host of features that will greatly improve both PC and Xbox One gaming. But what about other devices? Well, it seems that DirectX 12 will be even more effective at improving the performance of thermally constrained devices such as tablets. Intel proved this by doing a demonstration this week as ...

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Samsung announced 20nm process based Exynos 5430 SoC


The Galaxy Alpha wasn’t the only surprise Samsung prepared for this month, because the company has also announced its new Exynos 5430 SoC, based on a 20nm processing tech. As a matter of fact, the Exynos 5430 is the only SoC that’s based on the 20nm process. The 20nm HKMG process technology is perhaps Alpha’s most attractive feature, mostly because ...

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Latest Watch Dogs patch starts rolling out for PC


Ubisoft just announced that the latest patch of Watch Dogs will be releasing for PC “in the next hours.” The PS4 version of the game already received this patch yesterday and the other platforms will also follow in the near future. Interestingly enough, Ubisoft only announced this after a user managed to create a mod which greatly improves the graphics quality of ...

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Destiny alpha phase extended for the PS4


The PS4 version of Destiny entered its alpha test phase on Friday and was supposed to last only throughout the weekend. However, if you have access to the alpha and try to play it you’ll notice that it’s still possible even though it should be over by now. Bungie came on Twitter earlier today and said that they are extending the ...

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DirectX 12 will help improve the Xbox One


DirectX 12 was announced back in March at the Game Developers Conference 2014 that was held in San Francisco. The collection of application programming interfaces (APIs) is said to come with many more features than its predecessor. This will help a lot with the development work, which in turn will reflect on the games themselves. DirectX 12 will allow devs to be more efficient ...

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iPad Air 2 and other Apple devices to be produced this month


Rumors suggest that June will be a very productive month for Apple, since the company is planning on releasing many new devices in the coming months, and even announcing new ones. Apple seems to be ready to being producing the iPad Air 2, the iPhone 6, the iPad Mini 3 and the iWatch. These are just a few powerful devices that Apple is planning on crashing ...

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The Witcher 3: Differences between PS4 and Xbox One


Eurogamer recently had an interesting talk regarding The Witcher 3 with CD Projekt Red co-founder, Marcin Iwinski. The discussion mostly revolved around the differences in performance between the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game. The game was delayed to February 2015 in order to give more time for development and optimization for each of the platforms. Although The ...

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