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Every week, there seem to be new images or renders of Apple's upcoming iPhone. One problem with the barrage of information is that there doesn't seem to be a consensus on where the Touch ID fingerprint reader will make an appearance. Although there has been a lot of information about how Apple will embed its fingerprint sensor under the front glass, it seems more and more likely that the firm ...read more
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Niantic has reportedly introduced a new anti-cheat measure in Pokémon Go that prevents flagged accounts from encountering rare Pokémon. According to Pokémon Go Hub, this new server-side security measure targets accounts that have previously been caught using third party trackers and prevents them from seeing rare Pokémon spawns in the scanned area. However, the site adds that this block ...read more
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Every year there is the usual flow of leaks and rumors in regards to Apple's iPhone. While that seems to be the case this year, we have yet to solidify the placement of the device's Touch ID sensor. That all might change, as it appears that new information has surfaced that states Apple will indeed have its fingerprint sensor under the front display glass of its next device. According to a ...read more
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Xbox is making a bigger push into the realm of livestreaming by launching Mixer—a rebranded, retooled version of its previous livestreaming service, Beam—today, May 25th. Not only is Xbox changing the name but it’s also adding a slew of new features to the service, and that part actually sounds pretty good. One of the more interesting features for the service, which is available on ...read more
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Microsoft officially ended its support for most Windows XP computers back in 2014, but today it's delivering one more public patch for the 16-year-old OS. As described in a post on its Windows Security blog, it's taking this "highly unusual" step after customers worldwide including England's National Health Service suffered a hit from "WannaCrypt" ransomware. Microsoft patched all of its ...read more
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Apple could have more than one hardware treat to unveil at WWDC this year. KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (who has a mostly solid track record for Apple predictions) now believes that Apple is likely to launch a long-rumored 10.5-inch iPad redesign when the developer conference kicks off on June 5th. Kuo understands that mass production is supposed to start in the late second quarter (aka June), so it ...read more
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E3 is just over a month away and a plenty of big games are getting announced ahead of the show. It's time to get excited! Taking place from June 13-15 in Los Angeles, it’s where all the big guns announce their exciting new games which will be launching in the busy holiday season and beyond. This year we’ve also got the bonus of new hardware, with the Nintendo Switch making its E3 debut and ...read more
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The HyperX Cloud Stinger gaming headset is the perfect headset for gamers who are looking for something that is light on the wallet, but still wanting that quality sound they expect in higher priced headsets. With a price point of $49.99, this gaming headset comes jammed packed with key features including high-end sound and comfort thanks to its high-quality HyperX signature memory foam. On top ...read more
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A new Windows Store update allows users to install Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps directly onto their Xbox One, no matter where you’re purchasing the app. Previously, shoppers could purchase games from the Windows Store and have them remotely install on your Xbox One. Now, this same magic applies to apps that appear both on the PC Windows Store and Xbox Store. While Xbox users may ...read more
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Twitch is reportedly rolling out two new subscription tiers very soon. The new tiers, at $10 and $25, will begin appearing on a limited number of channels, so long as the partnered creator opts into the beta. The details come from an email Twitch sent to patterned streamers earlier this week (via NeoGAF). In the email, the Amazon-owned service detailed a number of benefits streamers will be ...read more
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