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GamerOS - The Linux plug and play distro is coming

In recent years, the latest Linux distributions have come ever closer to the needs of the general public. Among many, gaming PC ...

SEGA: "There won't be a new console"

After the announcement of the new mini consoles dedicated to the SEGA Game Gear, the CEO of the Japanese company Haruki Satomi wanted to use the 60th anniversary ...

Intel - Leaked the benchmarks of the new i9-10900K

TechRadar, a well-known technology sector newspaper, has not resisted the temptation and has decided to leak the Gaming benchmarks of the new CPUs of ...

Gladius II Wireless - Review

Gladius II Wireless Mouse Review

Microsoft, new Surface devices announced

The Surface device family grows. Microsoft has recently announced and opened pre-orders for the brand new Surface Go 2, Surface Book ...

Rumor - Intel ready to buy Moovit?

Surely, whether you are students, workers or simply well-organized people, you will have used the Moovit service to monitor the timetables of your transport services ...

Twitter had a spike in users thanks to COVID-19

Twitter reported a record 24% increase in daily users as a result of coronavirus, reaching 166 million. It is a considerable leap, if ...

Rumor - Nvidia reduces the stocks of the 20 series? Arriving...

The month of May begins with a succulent Nvidia-themed rumor. In fact, it seems that, two weeks after the annual GTC Keynote, the company has begun to ...

Nintendo confirms 160.000 hacked accounts

In recent days we had reported how many Nintendo users were reporting unauthorized access to their accounts. Hacking mainly from Russia, Chile and ...

Facebook Gaming - Android app available

Facebook Gaming, the rib of the famous social network of Mark Zuckerberg separates from his parent and arrives on your smartphones through the new ...

Minecraft RTX - Beta from April 16th

Minecraft with Ray Tracing is coming soon!

Valve is working on a new modular Steam Controller

The Steam Controller is undoubtedly one of the most original and at the same time controversial gaming peripherals ever. Direct consequence of the project ...

Borderlands Science: helping science by playing games

If you have ever dreamed of helping the real world by simply playing video games, Borderlands Science could be for you. Announced today, yes ...

Those who blame video games for network congestion are UN ...

This period could be called the period of renunciations. Many of us, students, workers, parents and many others, try to move forward with ...

Animal Crossing: an Xbox controller helps a player

In 2018 Microsoft released a particular version of its Xbox One controller to meet the needs of the public with motor disabilities ....

Amazon ready to launch its streaming game platform ...

The Amazon home streaming game platform is expected to see the light by the end of this year, although there may be delays ...

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