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The minimum requirements aren't too shabby.
AMD has launched a "Space Edition" of its Never Settle rewards program.
Here's a way developers can create applications for the Internet of Things.
New Windows and Windows Phone Store policies have forced a large number of apps to be kicked out.
LG Electronics' upcoming smartwatch has a circular display.
GOG.com is taking one small step in offering DRM-free movies and TV shows.
Patch 2.1.0 rolls out today, and the first Season begins on Friday.
Razer's new software is launching next month.
China's desktop version may launch in October.
Here's another motion-sensing solution.
Android L looks to be major, but how does the new interface, abandonment of Dalvik and the introduction of new features affect performance?
Sources claim that Microsoft will have a special event for the Windows 9 reveal.
Subscriptions have been on a decline since the release of Mists of Pandera.
Sounds as if Ubisoft may like the idea of a subscription service.
This collaboration means apps with better performance on Intel hardware.
Cupertino is now on AT&T's list to receive Gigabit Internet.
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This rumor claims that a technology preview will launch very soon.
He's sorry for creating the most hated advertising tool on the Internet.
This should be good news despite the treatment his daughter received on Twitter.
Nvidia’s powerful 700-series models will soon be replaced, so the company is trying to drum up some interest by bundling a hot new game with its high-end cards.
The new expansion pack will be released in November.
Nvidia is offering Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel for free if you purchase a specific GeForce card.
Steam will soon become a fierce competitor to iTunes and Google Play.
After the Snowden revelations, what are the major Internet companies doing to protect their users?
There's no Update 2.
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