Category: Gaming

Intel and AMD received Computex 2019
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Intel and AMD received Computex 2019

Intel’s new 10nm chips — which have a smaller and more efficient architecture than their previous 14nm process — have been a long time coming. Initially expected for 2015, the company suffered delay after delay until finally releasing a 10nm “Cannon Lake” chip last year. (Anandtech has a great breakdown of the drama Intel faced…

Apple TV will soon enhance Xbox One S and and DualShock four controllers
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Apple TV will soon enhance Xbox One S and and DualShock four controllers

Amidst a flurry of announcements at WWDC, Apple today announced that tvOS – and therefore the Apple TV – would add support for two of the most popular controllers in the world: the Xbox One S controller and the PS4’s DualShock 4. Apple has been taking gaming more seriously the past few years, highlighting games…

Google for Brazil: expanding receive admission to to abilities and recordsdata
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Google for Brazil: expanding receive admission to to abilities and recordsdata

Fabio Coelho VP, Google and Country Director, Brazil Published Jun 6, 2019 Access is at the core of everything we do at Google, going back to our mission statement. Without access to a decent internet connection or digital skills, people can’t use technology to make their lives easier.With that in mind, we made a series…

10 issues in tech it is important to clutch these days
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10 issues in tech it is important to clutch these days

Google unveiled some new details about its gaming project Stadia.Google/YouTube Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Friday. Google gave details about Stadia, its ambitious attempt to upend the video game industry and take on Xbox and PlayStation. Stadia promises to do for video games what Netflix-like services did for…