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Refreshed Xbox One launched with 1TB and new controller

Earlier this week, Amazon accidentally leaked an upcoming refresh of the Xbox One and now Microsoft has officially unveiled the updated console. Not much has changed with the actual console, but Microsoft has added a 1TB HDD and a refresh controller. The updated bundle also includes a copy of Halo: Master Chief Collection, the

NVIDIA G-Sync is coming to laptops

Back in September 2013, NVIDIA announced G-Sync which is a chip that lives inside certain gaming monitors to help with refresh rates and skipping issues. The monitors look like standard ones and G-Sync works with NVIDIA GPUs which have the Kepler architecture (GTX 660 and up). Now, NVIDIA is bringing

New ‘Need for Speed’ set for fall release

EA along with other companies released its quarterly earnings this month, but along with the financial news, the company also released some information about an upcoming game called Need for Speed. While Need For Speed shares the same name with the popular game serie along with the past 20 years of games, this

May ‪Xbox‬ One update now out

Today, the Xbox One is getting a feature from the Xbox 360. Voice messages are retuning to Xbox, the feature was originally on the Xbox 360, but for some reason was removed with the Xbox One. The new update is filtering out to users and also has the ability for

May ‪Xbox‬ One update previewed

Another month, another Xbox One update. As we approach the end of April, Microsoft have previewed the next version of the Xbox One software. The main feature of the next version is about SmartGlass which means that users will be able to turn on and off their console from a

April Xbox One update released

It’s that time again when a new update for the Xbox One comes out and this month is no different as the April update has landed. For starters the dashboard has a new “What’s On” tab which allows users to look at the latest videos on YouTube and Xbox Video,

Play Pac-Man on Google Maps today

As it seems, just today you can play Pac-Man on your own street with Google Maps. Google has added a feature which enables this. Basically this is a Pac-Man overlay for Google Maps. You can try it out on Google Maps and click the button on the bottom left of

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