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NVIDIA GTX 10 Notebooks revealed: not just “M” anymore

NVIDIA GTX 10 Notebooks revealed: not just “M” anymore

Today NVIDIA revealed their next-generation graphics processing technology - the GTX 10 series - hitting notebooks. The full GTX 10 graphics card series is coming to notebooks - no "M" included. "This is something we've wanted to do for years," said Mark Aevermann, Product Lead, NVIDIA Notebooks. "If you take the very same notebook that was available in Maxwell and you compare it to the same notebook with Pascal, you see a 70% increase in performance."

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Google Fuchsia dev team: Android, Palm, WebOS, Native Client, iOS

Google Fuchsia dev team: Android, Palm, WebOS, Native Client, iOS

Today we're having a look at the software team responsible for Google Fuchsia, a new operating system from Google. The initial commit file for this set of codes was made "6 weeks ago" by developer Petr Hosek. That first commit reads as follows: "Pink + Purple == Fuchsia (a new Operating System)". That's it! This operating system's code and its developers have a wide variety of connections to operating systems you may have had some experience with in the past - everything from iOS to the software run by the original Sidekick phone.

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No Man’s Sky “Day Zero” update suggests deleting early save games

No Man’s Sky “Day Zero” update suggests deleting early save games

One of the most anticipated PS4 and PC games of the year is still to be launched this Tuesday, but its developers are already announcing a "Day Zero" update. Yes, No Man's Sky, which was delayed no less than 2 months, will be at version 1.03 when regular players log into the game August 9th. Those, however, who have been playing an early copy of the game are highly advised to delete their saved games when updating. It might be a shocking recommendation, but developer Hello Games promises it will be worth the separation anxiety.

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The Android PC – Revisiting mobile productivity

The Android PC – Revisiting mobile productivity

Last week we took the iPad Pro again for a spin, trying to verify, or refute, Apple's claims about the tablet being the ultimate PC replacement. And just in time, the company just released a video ad just few days ago that tries to make the same point again. But iOS is hardly the only game in town, especially on mobile. And while Google hasn't exactly made a similar claim for Android, others have spoken for it instead. But before go off on another crazy adventure, we first have to look at the few, of course unofficial, attempts at making Android the ultimate PC replacement, as far as OS is concerned at least. Yes, this is the so-called "Android PC".

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Remix OS for PC moves to Android 6.0, new features in tow

Remix OS for PC moves to Android 6.0, new features in tow

Android Nougat is around the corner and with it comes split windows. But while Google is still adjusting to having more than one app window on the screen at the same time, Jide is already perfecting its craft. With Remix OS for PC, it has brought desktop-like Android computing to PCs and Macs running on Intel and AMD chips. Now with the latest update, the giving those same computers a taste of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, as well as improvements to its window management features.

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HTC, HP said to be working on a Vive PC for VR

HTC, HP said to be working on a Vive PC for VR

HTC is entering into the PC market, but not in the way that you might think. According to sources, the company, famous for its smartphones and, more recently, the Vive VR headset, is partnering with HP to sell Vive-branded PCs. This move, both expected and not, is supposedly aimed to spread HTC's virtual reality business to more markets by selling a bundle that includes the headset as well as a PC that is powerful enough to drive a VR experience.

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Dell retires Alienware X51 line, Aurora, Alpha to carry on

Dell retires Alienware X51 line, Aurora, Alpha to carry on

It appears Android tablets aren't the only ones getting the boot over at Dell. The PC maker has just revealed that it is putting to rest the rather young gaming PC line that brought it much attention in the past years. After just four years, the Alienware X51 is being put to pasture. Dell naturally gives no reason in its eulogy for its demise, only that it was time to pass on the baton. To whom? To two PCs that couldn't be any more different from the X51.

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“BATMAN – The Telltale Series” launch date announced

“BATMAN – The Telltale Series” launch date announced

There's a new bat in town, and it ain't your older brother's Batman. In development, and teased, for quite some time now, "BATMAN - The Telltale Series" is a video game that takes quite a different stab at the uber popular Dark Night. Because instead of mashing buttons to dish out pain, which you can't do anyway on mobile, you will instead be relying on your wits and decision making abilities to solve crime, beat the bad guys, and maybe catch a kitty by its tail in the process.

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Acer Predator G1 release date set with GTX 1080

Acer Predator G1 release date set with GTX 1080

The Acer Predator G1 (aka G1-710-70001) has been made available this week with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card inside. This desktop is being made available on pre-order starting this afternoon at a starting price of $2299. As mentioned earlier this year is the setup users will receive if they purchase this desktop starting today (for a limited time), in which a DVD version of Ubisoft's Tom Clancy's The Division game will be included, as well as a "wheeled carrying case" for the PC.

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Intel processor roadmap leak highlights Kaby Lake and Apollo Lake CPUs

Intel processor roadmap leak highlights Kaby Lake and Apollo Lake CPUs

A roadmap claims to show what Intel has in its plans for the future of the processor market for computers, tablets, and other devices has leaked. The map has two new processor families that are set to launch at some point this year including codenames Kaby Lake and Apollo Lake. Both of those chips are 7th generation Core products.

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Even Apple is having a tough time selling PCs, says IDC

Even Apple is having a tough time selling PCs, says IDC

The term "PC" is hardly something anyone, especially Apple, would use to label its Mac computers. After all, it popularized the Mac vs PC ads. But for the sake of statistics and to show that everyone is affected by the PC slump, that is exactly what market analyst IDC did. Labels aside, IDC's figures do reveal how even Apple, whose Macs have traditionally done better even in the face of the PC market's decline, is having some number problems when it comes to shipments. Not exactly welcome news at a time when analysts are predicting continued slowdown of iPhone sales.

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Microsoft apologizes for Xbox Play Anywhere miscommunication

Microsoft apologizes for Xbox Play Anywhere miscommunication

Microsoft's play to have games and gamers glued to its platform, no matter what device, is a two-edged sword. What may be good news for some, especially PC gamers who feel left out of all the titles made exclusive to the Xbox consoles, is seen by others as an omen. Naturally, its announcement late June that all future Microsoft Studio titles will be part of its "Play Anywhere" program was met with mixed reception. Well, apparently the jubilation/consternation was a tad too early, as Microsoft has backtracked from its earlier "incorrect" blog post, limiting Play Anywhere titles to only those it showcased as such at E3.

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