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Best gaming notebooks: Know what to look for and which models have the highest rating

Choosing a gaming laptop is a lot more fun today than it was five years ago, when a "real" gaming laptop accounted for 12 pounds of mind-blowing equipment to carry. With major advances in processors and graphics technologies for laptops,… Continue Reading →

Enter these offers on PC components today and start using a superb Ryzen gaming platform

If you are looking for certain components while you are designing a new PC gaming platform, we have entered into some landmark deals for you today on the three most important components: the processor, the graphics processor and the hard… Continue Reading →

Investigation: dozens of gaming and gambling and gaming applications found with the help of iOS business certificates to reach users outside the App Store, in violation of Apple's terms of use

Facebook and Google were far from the only developers to have overtly abused the Apple Enterprise Certificate Program for companies offering employee-only apps. A TechCrunch survey uncovered a dozen hardcore porn applications and a dozen real-money gaming apps outside Apple's… Continue Reading →

Q & A with Zynga's CEO on the reorganization of the once-besieged gaming company, as key acquisitions and the move to mobile overcome the decline of Facebook and web games

Zynga was made public in 2011, and it's developed rapidly thanks to the strength of social games like FarmVille. But that skidded in 2013 and the descent began. Frank Gibeau, a former Electronic Arts executive, joined the group as CEO… Continue Reading →

Critical AMD Radeon VII: At 699 USD, the first 7nm gaming GPU offers good value when it is used as a high VRAM prosthetic card, but it offers better options for pure players.

For AMD's Radeon Technologies Group, 2018 has been a year of respite. After launching the Polaris architecture in 2016 and Vega architecture in 2017, AMD in 2018 was about to enjoy its first full year of operating Vega. Instead of… Continue Reading →

Amid a seemingly small gamut of games for 2019, Sony reports that operating profit in gaming has dropped 14 percent year-over-year to about $ 666 million for the quarter vacation; stock down 8% +

Sony Corp. announced lower profits in the PlayStation sector and reduced its annual revenue forecast, causing the biggest drop in its share in nearly three and a half years. The stock fell 8.1% in Tokyo Monday, its strongest since September… Continue Reading →

Sennheiser GSP 600 Test: A first audio alternative to your typical gaming headset

The conventional wisdom is: "Jump the game headset and buy a great headset and a standalone microphone for the same price". And why not? Most of the headsets we are looking at come from well-known companies such as Logitech, Razer… Continue Reading →

Apple could work on a gaming subscription service

Apple is slowly building a series of content subscriptions. According to a report from Cheddar, Apple can also work on a gaming subscription. Alex Heath managed to let five people talk about the rumor service. If Apple continues and starts… Continue Reading →

The best gaming headsets: Reviews and buying tips

The next big device war is over your ears. After every company in the world set up a gaming mouse and then a mechanical keyboard, they turned to headsets. So many helmets. Quick Reference for Game Headphones Our quick recommendations:… Continue Reading →

The first Alienware Max Q gaming laptop is too thick and too late

Nvidia's Max Q graphics cards are the biggest gaming notebook innovation in the past year. They allow much thinner and lighter designs with enough graphics power to run the latest high-end games. These are laptops that you can use realistically… Continue Reading →

Upgrade to the ultra-comfortable Razer DeathAdder Expert gaming mouse for only $ 25

If you need a hard mouse upgrade that comes with your PC, Walmart offers an exceptional offer on an entry-level version of the ultra-popular and ultra-comfortable DeathAdder gaming mouse from Razer. The Razer DeathAdder expert only costs $ 25 now,… Continue Reading →

WiFi firmware bug affects laptops, smartphones, routers and gaming devices

Detailed information about a vulnerability affecting the firmware of a widespread WiFi chipset deployed on a wide range of devices, such as laptops, smartphones, game consoles, routers, and Internet of Things devices ( IoT) have been published today. Discovered by… Continue Reading →

Our favorite gaming mouse is on sale at Amazon at 41% off

If you've never been particularly enamored with the Apple Magic Mouse, can I suggest (deep breathing) the Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum RGB Adjustable Gaming Mouse? It's my favorite mouse for everyday use and is currently on sale at Amazon at… Continue Reading →

The Unicorn for Indian Education Byju's acquires Osmo, which develops interactive gaming applications integrated with custom-built hardware, for $ 120 million

A few weeks after raising a massive $ 540 million, Byju's Indian Licorne for Education is on the path to mergers and acquisitions. The company announced today that it has purchased Osmo, an American startup that is developing children's apps… Continue Reading →

Researchers Reveal Gaming Vulnerability Related to Docker

On Jan. 14, the security firm CyberArk discovered a security risk on the popular Play-with-Docker site that allegedly allowed an attacker to access host system resources. CyberArk has disclosed the problem responsibly to the makers of Play-with-Docker and the problem… Continue Reading →

Tencent's third-quarter earnings were up 30 percent year-over-year on investment gains, offsetting slower growth in gaming activity; research: Tencent has concluded more than 163 investment contracts in 2018

With more than 600 companies in its portfolio, the Chinese internet giant, Tencent Holdings, has become one of the most active investors in the world of technology. This strategy has also allowed Tencent to generate steady profits at a time… Continue Reading →

Best gaming mouse: find your ideal partner

The mouse is a simple tool: point and click. That's all. But if you're a PC gamer, you know that deploying virtual paper on your desktop is not the same as carving bots and shooting zombies. (Not even remotely.) Game… Continue Reading →

Documentation leak: Verizon Alpha tests a streaming service called Verizon Gaming, currently running on Nvidia Shield TV, then expanded to Android

Verizon is currently conducting alpha testing of Verizon Gaming, a streaming gaming service that would represent a major new initiative for the domestic and mobile internet giant. The edge can report that Verizon Gaming is already operational on the Nvidia… Continue Reading →

Unlikely, UK-based, states that a recent change in Unity Engine's ToS on "streaming and cloud gaming restrictions" makes the SpatialOS cloud-based improbable illegal. .

Share this article Companies in this article A change in the service conditions of Unity Technologies has placed Unity games created using the Improbable SpatialOS platform under threat. According to a statement released today by Improbable, Unity amended its terms… Continue Reading →

Shop PC gaming companies think big at CES 2019

All major computer manufacturers have a division that manufactures desktops and gaming laptops, from Dell's Alienware brand to HP's Omen line. But at an event like CES, it's a bad idea to sleep in the smaller PC shop manufacturers, who… Continue Reading →

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