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Devil May Cry HD Collection lands next year

Devil May Cry HD Collection lands next year

It's hard to believe that the Devil May Cry series turned 16 years old this year. What started back in 2001 with the release of the original Devil May Cry on the PlayStation has grown into a long-running franchise that has attracted a lot of fans over the years. If you've yet to experience the chaos that are the Devil May Cry games (or you simply want to play them again), you might want to check out the Devil May Cry HD Collection, which is landing on modern platforms next year.

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Android Wear Oreo update begins rolling out today

Android Wear Oreo update begins rolling out today

Just as Android 8.1 Oreo is beginning to roll out to Android phones, Oreo is now coming to Android Wear devices as well. The roll out begins today, though that doesn't necessarily mean that your watch will receive its Oreo update right away. That, as always, is dependent on your watch's manufacturer.

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iTunes top apps, movies, and music for 2017

iTunes top apps, movies, and music for 2017

We're closing in on the end of the year, and that can only mean one thing: year-in-review retrospectives of every variety. Today Apple is the company looking back on 2017, revealing the most popular apps, movies, music, and books throughout the year. Though there may not be many surprises when it comes to the most popular downloads of 2017, it's always interesting to see if any newcomers managed to make their presence known.

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Steam drops Bitcoin as $13k BTC milestone passed

Steam drops Bitcoin as $13k BTC milestone passed

Bitcoin has been dominating the news a lot lately, thanks mostly the the extreme fluctuations it's been making in value. Just before we entered December, Bitcoin climbed to $10,000 - an all-time high on that day - and now, just six days into the new month, Bitcoin has surpassed $13,000. Bitcoin has had something of a volatile rise throughout the latter half of 2017, and now that's making some people, and companies, a little frustrated.

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Portal returns this month, but it’s probably not what you were hoping for

Portal returns this month, but it’s probably not what you were hoping for

Portal is one of the most famous video game series around, as most Valve franchises tend to become. If you're building a new PC and you're asking your friends for game recommendations, chances are high-to-certain that Portal and its sequel will be near or at the top of the everyone's list. There's only one problem: Portal 2 came out way back in 2011, leaving players without a new Portal game for the past six years.

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IKEA and Sonos pair up will make your home sound better

IKEA and Sonos pair up will make your home sound better

Sonos has been making some pretty big strides lately. First was the launch of its new Sonos One speaker, which comes supporting Alexa out of the box and will launch support for Google Assistant next year. Now, the company has announced a new partnership with IKEA, in which it will attempt to make music more prevalent and effortlessly accessible throughout your home.

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PUBG’s new desert map has been detailed and it sounds intense

PUBG’s new desert map has been detailed and it sounds intense

We've known about the new desert map coming to PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds for quite some time, but now it finally looks like we're closing in on release. The map is scheduled to get a larger reveal tomorrow during the 2017 Game Awards, but in the meantime, PUBG developer Bluehole has shared some new details and screenshots. Chief among those details is the map's name: Miramar.

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Amazon Prime Video arrives on Apple TV at long last

Amazon Prime Video arrives on Apple TV at long last

After hearing promises of an Amazon Prime Video app for Apple TV at WWDC 2017, the day has finally come. Amazon Prime Video has gone live for Apple TV, with just a few weeks to spare in Apple's promise that it would be here before the end of 2017. Just as well, it appears that the iOS Prime Video App has been updated to play nice with the iPhone X.

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AMD and Qualcomm team up for always-connected notebooks

AMD and Qualcomm team up for always-connected notebooks

Today we're hearing about a team up that may seem out of left field for some. AMD and Qualcomm have announced a new partnership that will see the two attempting to make a splash in the world of ultra-thin notebooks together. This new partnership was announced when all eyes are on Qualcomm, as the company is hosting its annual Snapdragon Technology Summit in Hawaii.

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Instagram Archive and Highlights make your Stories permanent

Instagram Archive and Highlights make your Stories permanent

Throughout 2017, we've seen Instagram roll out new features Stories at a fairly consistent pace. Today, Instagram Stories is getting two new features that might be bigger than all of the rest. Stories Highlights and Stories Archive are both being introduced today, and they're both meant to give your stories a little more longevity.

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Google Files Go brings lightweight file management to Android

Google Files Go brings lightweight file management to Android

With today's launch of Android Oreo (Go Edition) comes a bunch of new apps that have been optimized to run on entry-level devices. Many of Google's apps are getting the Go treatment, including Google Search, Gmail, YouTube, Maps, and even Google Assistant. However, along with that bunch of apps everyone is already familiar with, Google is launching a new app called Files Go.

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Nintendo games coming to NVIDIA SHIELD, but there’s a catch

Nintendo games coming to NVIDIA SHIELD, but there’s a catch

NVIDIA and Nintendo's partnership with the Switch is one that will more than likely prove lucrative for both, so it naturally follows that the two would want to team up in other areas. The NVIDIA SHIELD is launching in China today, and it's bringing some Nintendo games along for the ride. Yes, you heard that right: Nintendo games on a third-party machine.

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