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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up 2/5/2014: Galaxy S5, Titanfall, Pyramids

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up 2/5/2014: Galaxy S5, Titanfall, Pyramids

This morning we've got some new news and some news that's been in the making for 120 million years. While we've got reasearch popping up that describes how it's possible for northern China to have such a massive amount of fossils appearing in one place, we're also talking about the iWatch. In this you'll really come to appreciate the breadth of tech news coverage in general - it's wide open this week!

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Titanfall Beta imminent: minimum specs for PC ushered in

Titanfall Beta imminent: minimum specs for PC ushered in

Just this afternoon Vince Zampella from the developer group Respawn let it be known what the minimum specifications would be for the PC version of the mech-driving game Titanfall. This is a widely-anticipated title made for both the PC and the Xbox One, with a beta coming up for both platforms some time this month. While the final game is set to be released in March, users are already testing the Alpha (and near-Beta) right this minute.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up 2/3/2014: Xbox, iWatch, COD, BMW 4 Series

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up 2/3/2014: Xbox, iWatch, COD, BMW 4 Series

This weekend was rather interesting - and not just because we had a Super Bowl. SlashGear released a couple of reviews of odd products, and made with a new hands-on of a gaming product you're going to be baffled by without a doubt. Here you'll also notice that SlashGear is dipping a lot more into the gaming universe - an especially lively place as the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 were released on the tail end of 2013, and a rather exciting place with players like NVIDIA releasing game-changing products over the past several months like NVIDIA G-Sync - stay tuned as we continue to get graphics-intensive through the future, too.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up 1/31/14: 5 stories you’d better have a look at

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up 1/31/14: 5 stories you’d better have a look at

While we're all about watching the technology universe to deliver you news here at SlashGear essentially round-the-clock, we certainly don't expect you the reader to have eyes-peeled all day and night. That's why we're delivering you the most important - or most far-reaching - news bits from over the past 12 hours or so here, in one easy-to-digest capsule. Today's journey begins with a bit of a Yahoo mishap.

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Steve Jobs original 1984 Mac demo footage unearthed & restored

Steve Jobs original 1984 Mac demo footage unearthed & restored

It's thirty years since the birth of Apple's Mac, and new footage showing Steve Jobs' second, longer demonstration of the new computer has emerged to commemorate the anniversary. Coming only days after Apple co-founder Jobs revealed the Macintosh at the company's shareholder meeting on January 24th, the second appearance was a ninety minute demo at the Boston Computer Society, which has unearthed the full footage that you can watch after the cut.

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HP Windows 7 announcement clarified: “we are not dropping Windows 8″

HP Windows 7 announcement clarified: “we are not dropping Windows 8″

This week HP released details on how they'd continue to release devices with the Windows 7 operating system onboard. This is far from unheard of in the PC universe, with major PC manufacturers releasing devices with multiple operating systems - whatever the consumer wants, in the end. HP was quickly questioned on how they could possibly stop supporting devices with Windows 8 aboard, to which they responded: "WE ARE NOT DROPPING WINDOWS 8."

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