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Untitled Goose Game release date revealed at last

Untitled Goose Game release date revealed at last

Today the game known as Untitled Goose Game was given an official release date. It'll arrive on September 20, 2019 for each of its three different launch platforms. Untitled Goose Game was developed by the folks at House House, the makers of another very, very strange game by the name of Push Me Pull You. In Untitled Goose Game, you play the part of a Goose causing trouble for humans - and yes, that goose is carrying a knife.

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Microsoft previews new 2-in-1 tablet UI for bleeding-edge Windows users

Microsoft previews new 2-in-1 tablet UI for bleeding-edge Windows users

Windows convertible notebooks promise the best of a laptop and a tablet, and now Microsoft is testing a new Windows 10 feature to better compete with iPadOS on the iPad Pro. Previewed to a select handful of users brave enough to dip a toe into the Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast ring, Build 18970 (20H1) samples a few new tweaks and enhancements to how 2-in-1s work when you flip between form-factors.

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Lenovo Chromebook C340 and S340 offer USB-C on a budget

Lenovo Chromebook C340 and S340 offer USB-C on a budget

Lenovo has taken the wraps off its new C340 and S340 Chromebooks, both offering consumers Google's Chrome OS alongside stylish ultrabook designs. The two new models will arrive in September with very low starting prices, the C340 being notable for its 11-inch size option and convertible design, the S340 for its larger size and dark aesthetic. The C340 and S340 join Lenovo's new business notebooks, tablets, and more.

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Lenovo IdeaCentre A540 is a striking all-in-one PC with a surprise

Lenovo IdeaCentre A540 is a striking all-in-one PC with a surprise

Lenovo's IFA 2019 showing isn't all about laptops and Chromebooks, as the handsome IdeaCentre A540 - and a pair of high-resolution monitors - illustrates nicely. The new all-in-one PC promises to be something attractive enough that you won't mind leaving it out, while the new G34w Gaming Monitor and L28u Monitor pack in the pixels.

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Lenovo IdeaPad S540 puts up to six-core i7 in a 13-inch notebook

Lenovo IdeaPad S540 puts up to six-core i7 in a 13-inch notebook

Lenovo's IdeaPad range is gaining a new ultraportable, with the IdeaPad S540 aiming to balance neatly in the sweet-spot between affordability and specifications. A new 13-inch notebook for IFA 2019, it's expected to arrive on store shelves just in time for the holidays.

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How to remotely queue for WoW Classic while you work

How to remotely queue for WoW Classic while you work

We're now a couple of days out from the launch of World of Warcraft Classic, and unfortunately, the insanely long queue times don't seem to be getting any better. Players are facing 6+ hour queue times just to get into some of the more popular WoW Classic realms, and though Blizzard has added more servers in the time since launch, it doesn't seem to be helping the problem much.

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Microsoft Dual Screen Surface: what it needs to succeed

Microsoft Dual Screen Surface: what it needs to succeed

Just as everyone is preparing for the IFA 2019 craze next week, Microsoft dropped what may be a bombshell that will have fans and tech pundits thinking about the company all the way to October. There was no mention, not even a hint, of such a device, the Microsoft Courier's spirit once again haunts the Internet rumor mill.

The time might be right, with all the pieces in place for the dual-screen Microsoft device to make its glorious but terribly long-overdue arrival. But if Microsoft doesn't make sure it checks the right boxes, it might end up with more egg in its face than Samsung with the initial Galaxy Fold.

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Microsoft Surface event set for October 2 with dual-display potential

Microsoft Surface event set for October 2 with dual-display potential

This morning Microsoft sent invitations to a New York City-based special event set for October. This event will almost certainly include Microsoft Surface products, including new devices and refreshed iterations of favorite products from past years. If we're lucky we might even see a USB-C port for power - or a new Microsoft Surface Go tablet. And what of this dual-screen Surface device that's been rumored these past few weeks?

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Lenovo ThinkPad L13 and L13 Yoga detailed: 10th-Gen Intel, Dolby Audio

Lenovo ThinkPad L13 and L13 Yoga detailed: 10th-Gen Intel, Dolby Audio

Lenovo has updated its ThinkPad L-Series business notebooks with the new ThinkPad L13 and ThinkPad L13 Yoga models. Both laptops are designed for enterprise, offering business customers the performance they're seeking in classically-styled ultra-portable form factors. As the latter product's name suggests, Lenovo is offering the L13 in both an ordinary laptop design and in the company's iconic Yoga style with a 360-degree hinge.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga lead Intel “Comet Lake” upgrades

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga lead Intel “Comet Lake” upgrades

Lenovo's flagship ThinkPad laptops are getting an upgrade, with Intel's 10th Gen "Comet Lake" processors arriving along with features like WiFi 6. The ThinkPad X1 Carbon, X1 Yoga, T490, and X390 all package the new Intel silicon in a variety of form-factors, depending on whether you want a convertible, need a stylus, or are simply in the market for a more traditional notebook.

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NASA launches new energy-efficient modular supercomputer facility

NASA launches new energy-efficient modular supercomputer facility

NASA has launched its new Modular Supercomputing Facility at its Ames Research Center in California. The grand opening took place last week, ushering in the arrival of a new 'modular approach to supercomputing,' the space agency said, explaining that its new facility will expand the overall power of its NASA Advanced Supercomputing center in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Flash videos and games are resurrected by Ruffles emulator

Flash videos and games are resurrected by Ruffles emulator

Once the darling of the young Web, Flash eventually became a liability because of its gaping security holes and heavy resource usage. But for all the flack it has received, it's hard to deny the amount of legitimate and noteworthy content produced using flash, particularly 2D animations and games. To make sure those are never lost forever, one developer has taken upon the rather grueling task of creating Ruffles, the open source WebAssembly Flash emulator.

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