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Nvidia - The next GeForce event will take place in September

Here we are! Nvidia has confirmed the date for its next GeForce Special Event, the keynote dedicated to the latest news on the team's GPUs ...

Twitter - Hundreds of Verified Accounts hacked

In the past few hours Twitter, one of the most popular social networks, has been the victim of an unprecedented hacker attack on the platform. At the beginning, many ...

Brydge Keyboard - iPad keyboards have arrived in Italy

With a rapidly growing customer base in our country, Brydge is thrilled to offer its award-winning keyboards with the Italian layout ....

Tencent ready to launch Trovo, its streaming platform

Entering the world of live streaming is undoubtedly a risky choice, especially considering that you are dealing with a ...

WWDC 2020 - Apple announces MacOS Big Sur and says goodbye ...

During the night the annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) was held and of course - being Apple - there were surprises and ...

Mixer closes: will flow into Facebook Gaming

Microsoft closes Mixer, its streaming platform. The shutdown is scheduled for July 22 when all its partners have been transferred (if ...

Borderlands Science is an extraordinary success

Just a couple of months ago, Borderlands Science had made its appearance, proposing to contribute to the solution of real problems simply by playing. Developed in ...

EA Sports re-creates the audience for Premier League matches ...

Like all football leagues, the Premier League will also resume its calendar behind closed doors to comply with anti-Coronavirus rules. However, it seems that ...

GamerOS - The Linux plug and play distro is coming

In recent years, the latest Linux distributions have come ever closer to the needs of the general public. Among many, gaming PC ...

SEGA: "There won't be a new console"

After the announcement of the new mini consoles dedicated to the SEGA Game Gear, the CEO of the Japanese company Haruki Satomi wanted to use the 60th anniversary ...

Intel - Leaked the benchmarks of the new i9-10900K

TechRadar, a well-known technology sector newspaper, has not resisted the temptation and has decided to leak the Gaming benchmarks of the new CPUs of ...

Gladius II Wireless - Review

Gladius II Wireless Mouse Review

Microsoft, new Surface devices announced

The Surface device family grows. Microsoft has recently announced and opened pre-orders for the brand new Surface Go 2, Surface Book ...

Rumor - Intel ready to buy Moovit?

Surely, whether you are students, workers or simply well-organized people, you will have used the Moovit service to monitor the timetables of your transport services ...

Twitter had a spike in users thanks to COVID-19

Twitter reported a record 24% increase in daily users as a result of coronavirus, reaching 166 million. It is a considerable leap, if ...

Rumor - Nvidia reduces the stocks of the 20 series? Arriving...

The month of May begins with a succulent Nvidia-themed rumor. In fact, it seems that, two weeks after the annual GTC Keynote, the company has begun to ...

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