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Stadia, Google responds to criticism

Stadia has recently become available on the market and despite Google's promises, the platform has had a rather turbulent launch. It opens with some ...

We have tried Google Stadia, here is the data

We were lucky enough to try stadia at Day One, here is the video of the review on Parliamo di Videogiochi. Below, instead, a little ...

Cooler Master MH751 - Review

Review of the MH 751 gaming headset by Cooler Master

AMD RX 5500 - 1080p for everyone

AMD announces the new RX5500 boards for the medium-low range: 1080p @ 60fps for all.

Joker has targeted Android devices

The Joker starring Joaquin Phoenix has already begun the conquest of American cinemas; meanwhile one of his namesake has undertaken another ...

Motherboards X570 to 200 €. Which one to choose?

The new 200 € X570 motherboards on the market have arrived, but which one will be the best?

[gamescom 2019] Drown- Tested Earphones

I am not a great user of headphones and earphones: in spite of myself, I have the habit of listening to audio only from the speakers. But I am aware of what ...

Creative Sound Blaster AE-7 - Review

Creative's new Sound Blaster AE-7 internal sound card is a great playmate.

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