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Nvidia bestows the power of Titan Xp upon laptops with eGPU option

By Joe Osborne Nvidia has officially unleashed the wrath and ruin of its most powerful graphics cards upon laptops everywhere with new external GPU (eGPU) options for Titan X and Quadro Pascal-generation products. The graphics chip and System-on-a-Chip (SoC) manufacturing firm made the announcement during the Siggraph 2017 conference in Los Angeles, California to a…


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Origin EON15-S

By Seth G. Macy As technology marches on, affordable, powerful gaming laptops have become commonplace. The Origin EON15-S is one such mobile PC gaming device, though it’s not without its compromises to earn that ‘affordable’ descriptor. The EON15-S comes encased in a black frame, with the same sort of angles found in almost every modern…


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Billion BiPac 8900AX-2400 router

By Matt Hanson Billon’s BiPac 8900AX-2400 router continues the company’s reputation for creating affordable-yet-solidly-performing devices. Aimed at small businesses and home users who don’t mind doing a bit of tweaking in complicated user interfaces, if you’re after a simple and stylish plug-and-play router, you’ll want to look elsewhere. At £280 (around $360, AU$470), this is…


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LG V30 Release Date Set For Sept. 28: Will It Do Better Than The LG G6 In Challenging Samsung?

A leaked internal document revealed that the LG V30 will be released in the United States on Sept. 28. LG hopes that the LG V30 will be a better challenger to Samsung compared to the LG G6. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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Samsung Galaxy S8 Active High-Res Render, Tech Specs Leaked: Here’s Everything We Know About The Rugged Smartphone

A high-resolution image and leaked technical specifications have revealed just about everything there is to know about the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active. The rugged smartphone’s price and release date, however, remain unknown. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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HomePod firmware reveals iPhone 8 design and facial recognition

By Romain Dillet Last week, Apple released the firmware of its upcoming smart speaker, the HomePod. It sounds like it was pushed out a bit earlier than expected as it isn’t supposed to come out until later this year. Steve Troughton-Smith took advantage of that to find out that the next iPhone is going to…


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Ring adds three connected Spotlight Cams to its Floodlight Cam lineup

By Darrell Etherington Connected home security device maker Ring has a growing product line – and it’s now three products bigger. Joining the Floodlight Cam the company debuted at CES this year, Ring is now also offering three Spotlight Cam variants, each of which offers a different power source option to work with a variety…


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Gamescom 2017: everything we expect to see at Europe’s biggest gaming show

By Emma Boyle Taking place every year in Cologne, Germany, Gamescom is arguably Europe’s biggest gaming event (it’s become known as Europe’s E3). This year’s show opens on August 22 and runs through to August 26, but there are to be live streams and announcements taking place from August 20. Now that Microsoft has done…


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Ding’s ‘smart enough’ doorbell raises $345k+ on Seedrs

By Natasha Lomas Ding, a London-based hardware startup, has raised more than £263,000 (~$345k) via the Seedrs equity crowdfunding platform as it works to get its first product — a wi-fi connected doorbell — to market this year. Read More …read more Source:: TechCrunch Gadgets


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Halo 6 release date, trailer and news

By Tom Pritchard Halo has long been Microsoft’s killer IP, and one of those franchises that acts as an incentive for people to upgrade their existing Xbox console. The series has had its ups and downs over the years, especially with Halo 5 proving to be a major disappointment for anyone who has a stake…


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AMD launches Radeon RX Vega and returns to high-end graphics cards

By Kevin Lee Radeon RX Vega is finally here with two high-end graphics cards from AMD. After months of rumors, leaks and slivers of actual reveals, AMD has finally announced its next generation Radeon RX Vega graphics cards in full. AMD’s new top dog GPU is the Radeon RX Vega 64 that promises to deliver…


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AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper processor family gets a new entry-level addition

By Kevin Lee Threadripper has still yet to officially release, but that isn’t stopping AMD from announcing yet another addition. The newly introduced AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900X is officially the cheapest Threadripper processor you can pick up for $549 (about £420, AU$690). That’s only 50 bucks more expensive than the Ryzen 7 1800X goes for.…


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Facebook AI Invents Language That Humans Can’t Understand: System Shut Down Before It Evolves Into Skynet

Facebook shut down one of its artificial intelligence systems after AI agents started communicating with one another in a language that they invented. The incident evokes images of the rise of Skynet in the iconic ‘Terminator’ series. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Computers


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Cliff Bleszinski talks VR’s struggles, paying for DLC, and gaming’s Hollywood envy

By Jon Porter Cliff Bleszinski is one of the most recognisable gaming figures on the planet, having worked on such blockbuster franchises as Gears of War and Unreal Tournament. Having released his first game when he was just a teenager, Bleszinski has been an enduring presence in the games industry, with a career spanning over…


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The 10 best NAS devices 2017

By Dan Grabham,Matt Hanson Looking for a NAS (Network Attached Storage) device to store all of your important files in your home network, or in an office? If so, then you’ve come to the right place, as we’ve put together a list of the best NAS devices money can buy. NAS devices essentially connects a…


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