mobile gaming

What Are The Different Types Of Online Games?

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There are many different types of online gamers. There are those who play as much as possible and those who play once in a...
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AMD Launch “Big Navi” Lineup: Radeon Responds

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AMD have finally announced "Big Navi" - the RX 6800, 6800 XT and 6900 XT (nice) are positioned directly against Nvidia's Ampere lineup.
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Mobile Sports Betting Guide – All You Need to Get Started

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Technology has transformed the world of sports betting, making it more convenient. In the past, punters had to travel to a local sportsbook to...

CXMT DDR4 chips appear in new COLORFUL WARHALBERD

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COLORFUL have launched their new WARHALBERD and CVN Guardian DDR4 modules. Unusually, the WARHALBERD modules use DDR4 chips made by CXMT.
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B450 Zen 3 Update: Estimated Date Given for BIOSes

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AMD have provided an update on the process of making B450 and X470 motherboards compatible with new "Zen 3" processors and set a date.

Google Rolls Out Another Update for Their Besieged Pixel Buds

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Google isn’t exactly having the best of it with their Pixel Buds. Supposedly set to change the game as far as personal in-ear audio...

AMD Zen 3 Announcement: AMD Claim Every Crown

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AMD have made their Zen 3 Announcement, claiming surprisingly quick performance with a surprisingly quick 25-minute video.

Microsoft Purchase Bethesda For $7.5 Billion To Boost Xbox

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Microsoft Corp. said Monday it plans to acquire ZeniMax Media Inc., owner of the storied video-game publisher Bethesda Softworks, for $7.5B.
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Opinion: Don’t Sell Your Kidney For An RTX 3090

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With Nvidia's latest top-end GPU costing a massive $1500, Michael lays out why he thinks you shouldn't sell your kidney for an RTX 3090

IKEA Partner With ASUS ROG For ‘Affordable’ Gaming Furniture

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IKEA teams up with Republic of Gamers (ROG) to develop a new range of affordable gaming furniture and accessories to bring the gaming experience at home to a new level.