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Need for Speed Payback PC System Requirements Released

Need for Speed Payback PC System Requirements Released

When it comes to racing games, EA’s Need For Speed franchise is one of the more popular titles around, and last year there were reports that suggested that a new installment in the franchise is in the works. This was revealed earlier this year at E3 2017 when Need For Speed Payback was officially announced. […]

Google Could Have A Trade-In Program For Project Fi

Carriers have long offered their customers trade-in programs where users after a certain amount of time, customers have the option of swapping out their older phone for a newer device, which is one of the ways to encourage customers to keep using the carrier’s network and services. Now it looks like Google’s Project Fi could […]

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iPhone X Final Production Has Reportedly Not Yet Begun

When Apple announced the iPhone X, they also revealed that unlike the iPhone 8 that is expected to be released this month, the iPhone X would instead be released in November. This is in line with earlier reports that suggested that the iPhone X could be facing some production issues, and a new report from […]

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YouTube Gaming Sponsorships Now Open To All Creators

It is clear that with the launch of YouTube Gaming, the company is hoping to take on the likes of Twitch where they’re hoping that viewers will tune into their site and use their platform to watch and stream video games. Now it looks like YouTube is trying to sweeten the deal by opening up […]

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Facebook To Crackdown On Hate-Driven Targeted Ads

Due to the nature of Facebook in which anyone can post pretty much anything they want and say whatever they want, more often than not it’s more about dealing with the aftermath of such incidents rather than actually preventing them, like in the case of the spreading of fake news in which it is only […]

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Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition Spotted On Retailer’s Website

If there is one thing about the Street Fighter series that we’ve noticed is that Capcom seems to love creating many versions of a particular release, which can be admittedly confusing for fans or those new to the series. However it seems that this won’t be changing anytime soon because Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition […]

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New Photos ‘Confirm’ Pixel 2 Will Ditch The 3.5mm Headphone Jack

Yesterday thanks to photos shared by Droid-Life, we managed to get a pretty good look at the upcoming Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL handsets. However the photos only showed the back of the phone and not the front or its sides, but a recent photo obtained by 9to5Google has shown off the bottom of […]

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Google’s FCC Filing Hints At Upcoming Google Home Mini

Just the other day we reported that thanks to a huge leak shared by Droid-Life, it seemed that Google has quite a few product announcements they will be making in the coming weeks. One of those leaks revealed that Google has a new Google Home speaker in the works in the form of the Google […]

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Facial Recognition Startups Claim Renewed Interest After iPhone X

With the iPhone X introducing facial recognition technology in the form of Face ID, many are curious to see if the feature will indeed live up to the hype, or whether it will end up falling flat. However it seems that the introduction of Face ID has also had an impact for others, such as […]

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iOS 11 VS iOS 10.3.3 In Speed Test

With every major iOS release, Apple touts various improvements made to speed and performance as one of the reasons why users should update. If you’re wondering about that yourself, the folks at EverythingApplePro have put together a video that demonstrates the speed of iOS 11 compared to the previous release, iOS 10.3.3. The best part […]

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