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Intel has hired another top name in the chip industry: John Sell, Apple's chief PowerPC architect, an AMD fellow, and Xbox chip designer, who will oversee security for Intel's chip architecture.
Google just tweeted out a picture of the Pixel 4. It will have a dual camera and no fingerprint sensor on the back.
AMD's Ryzen 3000 APUs will enter the fight against far stronger Intel chips, but they retain the substantial edge they've always had: Radeon graphics.
Apple's new app uses the Microsoft technology behind OneDrive's Files On-Demand.
SteelSeries are bringing a new budget gaming headset to Australian gamers.
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You can use any Xbox Live gamertag you want now, even if it's already being used, if you don't mind a numerical identifier after it.
Opera has launched the Opera GX browser for gamers with RAM and CPU limiters, Twitch integration, and of course RGB lighting, among other features.
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