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Cyberpunk 2077: What We Learned In The Most Mind-blowing Game Demo Weve Ever Seen
13th Jun 2018 [5 days ago] from PCWorld
“In 2077, we’re in a different timeline. America lies in pieces. Megacorporations control every aspect of life while the streets are run by organized crime. In between is where sex, decadence, and pop culture mixes with extreme poverty,...
Ring Alarm Home Security System Now Available For Presale And Will Ship On July 4
13th Jun 2018 [5 days ago] from PCWorld
The long-delayed DIY home security system costs $199, with optional professional monitoring for $10 per month.
Google Photos: Awesome New Features You Need To Start Using
13th Jun 2018 [5 days ago] from PCWorld
Google has been dabbling in photo hosting for years, but it wasn’t until it released the revamped Google Photos in May 2015 that it really took photo archiving seriously. We can now back up all our photos for free, and even get our images...
Hands-on: The Division 2s Gorgeous Washington D.C Recreation Doesnt Really Show Much Yet
13th Jun 2018 [5 days ago] from PCWorld
The problem with E3 demos is what the publishers prepared to show often doesnt line up with what you want them to show. Never have I felt that conflict more than with The Division 2.Ive spent about 30 minutes cumulative hands-on time with...
Libratone Track+ Wireless Headphone Review: Automated Adaptive Noise Cancelling Done Right
13th Jun 2018 [5 days ago] from PCWorld
You choose how much of the world to let in or keep out, or have the headphones do it for you automatically based on your surroundings and motion.
Toshiba RC100 NVMe SSD Review: A Good Bargain SSD For Laptops
12th Jun 2018 [5 days ago] from PCWorld
Even though Toshiba’s RC100 is the slowest NVMe SSD we’ve tested, it’s still a kick in the pants after SATA. And because it’s so thin and light, it’s a worthy laptop upgrade.The RC100 caught us just a tad off guard. We hadn’t...
Intel Confirms Plans For A Discrete GPU By 2020, And Gaming PCs Might Be First In Line
12th Jun 2018 [6 days ago] from PCWorld
Intel has officially confirmed that its first discrete graphics chip will land as soon as 2020. “Intel’s first discrete GPU coming in 2020,” the company said in a terse Tweet on Tuesday morning.Gamers, take heart: Intels Tweet didnt...
Hands-on: Assassins Creed: Odyssey Embraces Witcher-like RPG Elements, And Its Damned Exciting
12th Jun 2018 [6 days ago] from PCWorld
It sure is fascinating to watch Assassin’s Creed reinvent itself. A series that was by and large stagnant for years—even going so far as to return to older design tropes with Unity—it now seems determined to evolve into something...
New Leaks Reveal The Future Of Xbox And Surface
12th Jun 2018 [6 days ago] from PCWorld
During Microsoft’s massive Xbox showcase at E3 2018, gaming chief Phil Spencer said that the company is “deep into architecturing the next Xbox consoles.” Now we might know when to expect a new generation of Xbox hardware, as well...
How Sekiro: Shadows Die Twices Grappling Hook Arm Changes Dark Souls-style Combat
12th Jun 2018 [6 days ago] from PCWorld
When Activision told me to swing by and see an unannounced game during E3, I didn’t really know what to think—but I definitely wasn’t expecting the next From Software game. I still think it’s an odd fit, Activision and a Souls-style...
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