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Xbox One X Enhanced games: here’s the starting list

At this year’s Gamescom, Microsoft opened the doors just a wee bit for the Xbox One X, specifically with preorders for the very limited Scorpio Edition. The first question to cross anyone’s mind, save perhaps for the staunchest Xbox supporter, is “why bother?”. Microsoft’s answer is in the Xbox One X’s “enhanced experience” made possible by improvements to the hardware … Continue reading

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Your Google Home speaker now streams audio over Bluetooth

If there’s one feature that Google Home owners have been missing since the device’s launch, it’s Bluetooth audio streaming. The Home speaker was said to feature Bluetooth streaming when it was first announced in May, and even shipped with a Bluetooth chip inside. Well, good news is here, as Google has finally enabled the feature on its smart home speaker … Continue reading

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Microsoft reveals every game enhanced for Xbox One X

Microsoft has dribbled out details of Xbox One X visual upgrades over the past couple of months, but now it's laying all its cards on the table.

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Amazon cancels free Echo Dot orders after discount fluke

If you were one of the lucky few that got to place an Amazon order for a free Echo Dot during a brief window on Friday, we’ve got some bad news for you (assuming you haven’t already got the email). Just as many shoppers expected, the smart speaker was made free as a result of a discount code issued in … Continue reading

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Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition may revive codename for limited run console

Microsoft is set to release a bunch of new Xbox One X details during its Gamescom presentation on Sunday, but a new leak today might be beating it to the punch. A pair of German retailers have apparently outed a limited edition Xbox One X console, and it seems to revive the Project Scorpio name. Though it may be too … Continue reading

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Logitech’s PowerPlay delivers no-compromise wireless gaming mice

It's 2017 and many hardcore PC gamers are still devoted to their wired mice. Ask them why and you'll likely get two reasons: You don't have to worry about charging them, and there's no need to worry about potential latency issues.

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Earth will see its largest asteroid fly-by in September

2017 is shaping up to be a real treat for astronomy fans: not only will they be treated to a rare solar eclipse on Monday, less than two weeks after a significant asteroid fly-by will take place. Dubbed Asteroid Florence, NASA has revealed that it will be the largest to pass by our planet since it began keeping track of … Continue reading

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Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Cabriolet is 20 feet of electric drop-top luxury

Last year, Mercedes-Benz revealed the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 concept, the closest thing you could get to a luxury yacht for the road, and now the German carmaker is back with the convertible version. Meet the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Cabriolet, a near 20-foot long all-electric coupe, complete with its “boat tail” and 24-inch wheels. If last year’s concept was a land … Continue reading

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YouTube Breaking News category streams important global events

YouTube users have noted the arrival of a new ‘Breaking News’ category that contains important news videos on major events around the globe. The feature hasn’t been officially announced by Google at this time, but many users are reporting seeing the category, which aids users in finding live and otherwise important news segments in a post-cable world

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‘Secret World Legends’ expands into disaster-ridden Tokyo

The Secret World was rebooted in June as the free-to-play, shared-world RPG Secret World Legends and it just received the first of three updates that will expand the game into a "disaster-ridden and monster-infested" Tokyo. Tokyo: Back to the Beginni...

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