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One year on, Sony’s PlayStation 4 is first in the next-gen console fight

PC gaming may well be pulling a few folks back, but next-generation gaming is in full swing, and one year on from its release, Sony has a few things to say regarding the fourth incarnation, especially on what’s coming up.

2:51 pm 06/11/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Alienware lifts off for next-gen gaming power on laptops and desktops

Console gaming got you down? PCs are coming back in a big way, and if you’re having trouble justifying a next-gen console but love gaming, you may want to save your money for something else.

4:54 pm 05/11/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Sony hits “start” on PS4 Remote Play

One of the most intriguing features to hit a smartphone and tablet is working from today, as Remote Play for the PS4 goes live from, well, now.

11:35 am 29/10/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Acer takes aim at Razer and Alienware with Nitro

Gamers need specific styles of computers. They generally need good screens, great specs, and top system performance to make games fly, and Acer thinks it has what it takes to compete in this sector.

11:31 am 24/10/2014 By Staff writers
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Online gamers could see servers down thanks to internet attacks

Internet security is one of those responsibilities we’re all aware of, but it’s beginning to go beyond protection of a computer or smartphone, as gamers deal with people keen on making a dent on their fun.

4:39 pm 23/10/2014 By Staff writers
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Samsung’s Gear VR set to inspire, intrigue, innovate

There was a time when virtual reality was merely a gimmick, but a collaboration between Samsung and Oculus looks set to change that.

12:57 pm 24/09/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Slim Blade: Razer’s 14 inch Blade gaming laptop reviewed

Gamers have special needs. They need power and grunt from their computers, but this also comes with big sizes and heavy machines. But not all computers are created equal, and in the Blade 14, Razer is showing gamers that it can make a slim, sexy, and surprising computer all gamers will want.

5:35 pm 20/08/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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EA works with Microsoft on subscriptions for gamers

Gamers sick and tired of paying high prices per title may have an opportunity to pay less with monthly and yearly plans coming to select EA games, but you’ll need an Xbox One if you want to try this out.

1:20 pm 30/07/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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US security increased: make sure your phone is charged before boarding a flight

If you’re anything like us, you feel naked without your phone, and so you probably don’t leave home without making sure that smartphone is with you, but if you’re heading to America any time soon, it won’t be enough to make sure it’s packed, because it will also needed to be charged.

12:16 pm 07/07/2014 By Leigh D. Stark
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Hands on with Razer’s Adaro wireless headphones

Razer isn’t a company known for high-end sound, or even wireless sound, but the two categories appear to be merging, as the gaming hardware maker tackles the two in the Adaro.

5:50 pm 26/06/2014 By Leigh D. Stark

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