Day: October 29, 2018

OnePlus 6T launch countdown – UK price, release date, specs revealed TODAY

October 29, 2018

There’s not long to wait until the new OnePlus 6T is finally shown off to the world. OnePlus has a major event scheduled for later today where the Chinese firm will reveal the future of their smartphones. This all-new device is expected to be their most advanced to date with rumours suggesting a phone that could […]

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Galaxy S9 price CRASH – Samsung flagship ultimate deal ends TODAY

October 29, 2018

Galaxy S9 was shown off by Samsung back in February and the hardware boasted a number of notable improvements over the Galaxy S8. While Galaxy S9 retained a very similar aesthetic to its predecessor, it did move its fingerprint sensor to below its camera module for easier accessibility. But it was internally that Galaxy S9 […]

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New iPad Pro 2018 – Five things Apple needs to bring to its flagship tablet

October 29, 2018

Apple fans have another big week ahead as the US technology firm readies itself to launch another major product. It’s thought the event taking place on Tuesday in New York will be all about the iPad Pro with a new model almost certainly set to be revealed. Apple’s flagship tablet has long been considered as […]

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New MacBook Air 2018 – Why Apple laptop fans could have a very exciting week ahead

October 29, 2018

If you’ve been desperately waiting to upgrade your ageing MacBook Air there could be some good news coming your way this week. Apple is holding a major keynote in New York on Tuesday and rumours suggest a new cheaper laptop could be top of the agenda. The current MacBook Air hasn’t seen a dramatic change […]

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Google Chrome receives a handy new feature and this is how to activate it right now

October 29, 2018

Google Chrome is the most popular internet browser in the world, surpassing Internet Explorer, Firefox and Microsoft Edge in terms of monthly users. In fact, NetMarketShare, a publication that gathers data on browser usage, insisted such a statement is true for Chrome on both desktops and mobile platforms. Back in February the outlet insisted Chrome […]

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This Unity tech demo shows the potential future of open world games

October 29, 2018

Last week, Unity held its annual developer convention “Unite” in Los Angeles, where it showed off a new plan to rebuild its wildly popular engine from its core foundations. This includes the introduction of multiple new updates and work-in-progress technologies. One of these reveals was essentially a glimpse into the future of what open world […]

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What are the chances of Red Dead Redemption 2 coming to PC?

October 29, 2018

Rockstar has kept us waiting when it comes to news on Red Dead Redemption 2 coming to PC. This feels familiar, after the long, year-plus wait for GTA 5. The Wild West sequel has now launched on consoles, and it’s looking less and less likely we’ll hear anything official about Red Dead Redemption 2 on […]

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Desert Bus for Doom adds violence to the monotony

October 29, 2018

Desert Bus is notoriously one of the most boring games of all time, and that, I suppose, is what’s so good about it. Richard Cobbett named it in his article about the 11 most boring sims on PC, and it definitely belongs there: it’s an eight hour drive through featureless virtual desert. Nothing happens and […]

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Fallout 76 live action trailer makes the post-apocalypse look really zany and fun

October 29, 2018

A new live action trailer for Fallout 76 aired during the “Saints vs. Vikings” game earlier today which, for the benefit of anyone living outside of the United States, was some kind of football match. The official Fallout Twitter account tweeted as much, and you can see the trailer itself above. There’s a woman standing […]

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Think hard drives are dead? Think again

October 29, 2018

It’s tempting to think that hard drives have become a commoditised item, where only speed and capacity matter, but this is not so. One of the most important considerations when choosing a hard drive is the workload it faces – because different drives are optimised for different uses. Seagate’s new BarraCuda Pro packs a massive […]

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