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The Opera GX browser is built for gamers with RAM and CPU limiters, RGB lighting, and Twitch

The Opera GX browser is built for gamers with RAM and CPU limiters, RGB lighting, and Twitch

In the middle of a week of hype over games, CPUs, and energy elixirs, Opera might have the most fascinating E3 2019 release of all: A special version of the speedy Opera browser designed specifically for gamers, Opera GX brings high-end features and controls to help keep your games and browser running smooth, an interesting twist for our current favorite web […]

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Google Stadia could be a game changer!

Google Stadia could be a game changer!

EARLY VERDICT If Google can figure out a system that works for everyone, with a pricing model that makes sense, that could be a serious game-changer for game-streaming services. Microsoft and Sony should be very, very worried about what comes next. FOR Games are in Ultra-High settings Google’s infrastructure No hardware necessary Pricing is fair […]

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Facebook bug removes people you have blocked!

Facebook bug removes people you have blocked!

Facebook disclosed a bug this morning that affected about 800,000 users by unblocking at least one person on that user’s block list for around one week. Writing in a blog post, Erin Egan, the company’s chief privacy officer, said the bug was active between May 29th and June 5th. It did not re-establish friend connections […]

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Apple could bundle subscriptions together!

Apple could bundle subscriptions together!

Apple is already rumored to be planning a news and magazine subscription service for next year, and the company is reportedly considering bundling it with the video content it’s been acquiring at a rapid pace. A new report in The Information echoes an earlier story from The Wall Street Journal that said Apple could bundle […]

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Facebook use AI to combat fake news!

Facebook use AI to combat fake news!

Facebook’s fight against fake news, hoaxes, and spammers will never be over for good, but the company is doing its best to keep up the pressure on bad actors on its network. Today, it announced a number of new measures, including using machine learning to spot hoax articles that are copied and pasted by different […]

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YouTube music and premium

YouTube music and premium

  YouTube Music and YouTube Premium have officially launched today in 17 countries. As of today, both services are available to all in the US, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, South Korea, Austria, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. YouTube Music began a soft rollout to some users […]

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Office 365 vs Google G-Suite

Office 365 vs Google G-Suite

Features and applications G Suite Office 365 Document and content management Content management Google Sites Sites (SharePoint) Document editing Google Docs Sheets Slides Office Online Office for Desktop Document sharing Hangouts Google Groups Google Sites – Files (powered by Google Drive) Google Drive Google + Skype for Business Outlook Groups SharePoint Document Libraries (powered by […]

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Shadow a new age of gaming

Shadow a new age of gaming

  It’s all about options, what do you do if you want a high end gaming experience and all you have is an old laptop or PC that just doesn’t have the power or even an Apple Mac that you just can’t install the latest triple A titles on. You could buy a new gaming […]

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