Developers are apparently already working on games that specifically target the PlayStation 4K upgraded hardware.
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Virtual reality is set to take off in 2016, what with the Oculus Rift becoming available and more game developers deciding to add VR support to their games. But even if you have […]
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Performance, power, and space. Those are the three areas of a system-on-a-chip under close scrutiny in all new smartphones today. You want the highest performance achievable using as little power as necessary while […]
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After being launched in 2006, NASA’s New Horizons probe slipped into a deep sleep from which it has only recently awoken. The target of this mission is Pluto, which was still officially a […]
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NASA’s Orion spacecraft, which launched on its first test flight last week, is at the very forefront of space travel technology. However, it might surprise you to learn that its computers are positively […]
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At the beginning of November it was reported that South Korean company Moneual had committed major fraud in order to secure huge bank loans valued at $2.98 billion. That didn’t sound like anything […]
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If you’ve built your own PC at any point over the past 15 years, chances are you’ve either considered or used a cooling product made by Zalman. The South Korean company has done […]
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Have you noticed that the fans start blaring on your Asus laptop when you’re barely giving it a workout? Blame the two-finger scrolling you’re doing on its trackpad. Yes, really. Normally when your […]
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The news earlier today that Nintendo has given the 3DS a major hardware upgrade and called it the new 3DS and new 3DS XL came as a welcome surprise. A second stick, bigger […]
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Nintendo has dropped a bombshell during the Nintendo Direct for Japan today by introducing brand new models of the 3DS and larger 3DS LL, which is called the 3DS XL in the West. […]
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Bitcoins might not have any physical substance, but they can’t be conjured out of thin air either. The production of new units of the cryptocurrency is controlled by “mining,” which grants new coins […]
Intel releases new processors on a tick-tock principle. The tick is a microarchitecture change, and the tock is a die-shrink. When Haswell was released it signaled the introduction of a new microarchitecture using […]
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