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Razer updates its Blade Stealth gaming laptop and external graphics enclosure

Razer’s thin and light Blade Stealth laptop now comes with a bit more power for multitasking and multi-threaded workloads, as it’s been upgraded with an 8th generation Core i7-8550U mobile processor based on Intel’s newest Coffee Lake architecture. The Core i7-8550U is a 4-core/12-thread chip clocked at 1.8GHz to 4GHz, with 8MB of cache and a 25W TDP. This is an upgrade over the 7th generation dual-core processor options (Core i7-7200U and Core i7-7500U) that …

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Latest Gaming Trends – Fox 4 Now WFTX Fort Myers/Cape Coral

From the rise of virtual reality to gaming on the go with portable systems to classic game systems making a comeback, there’s a lot to be excited about in the current gaming industry.   One of the latest trends bringing attention to the industry is the popularity of professional eSport leagues. Fans are now watching gamers across the world play their favorite games.   But whether you’re a pro-gamer competing in a tournament or you …

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3 Growth Strategies for Mobile Gaming

There are seemingly an infinite number of mobile games in app stores these days. So much so that finding good games is often a struggle for consumers. While ranking charts and app store recommendations help, it’s easy to create a game and have it get lost in the sea of options before getting a single user. Some game developers have hacked the process and established suites of successful titles, while others have created one-off hits. …

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SK Gaming dominates the second week of ECS season four

Week two of ECS season four went by quickly, and SK Gaming remains on top of North America for the second consecutive week. SK went 4-0 in their best-of-one matches against OpTic Gaming and CLG. They defeated OpTic on Mirage 16-7 and on Inferno in an overtime sweep at 19-15. Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo dropped a notable 31 kill bomb against the Green Wall. The FalleN-led lineup were also victorious over CLG with two 16-11 scorelines …

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New gaming cafe serves ‘Pandemic’ with crepes, bubble tea on the side

Crepes and Games owners Jason Rivas (center) and Lynn Rivas (right) play board game “Pandemic” Monday Oct. 16, 2017 with classic-video gamer turned board game fan Bryan Buohana (left) at their new board game cafe, which will open in Genoa Township in October.(Photo: JENNIFER EBERBACH/LIVINGSTON DAILY) These days, people use their smart phones to play games like “Pandemic” and “RISK.” But many popular games started on the table top as board games.  “A lot of these …

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Xbox One X games update – Studio Wildcard has the BEST NEWS for ARK Survival Evolved fans | Gaming | Entertainment

Ark Survival Evolved developer Studio Wildcard has great news for Xbox One X customers. With the Xbox One X release date just a few weeks away, Studio Wildcard has detailed the changes coming to Ark Survival Evolved. The most exciting new change is that ARK Survival Evolved will feature two graphics modes on Xbox One X, as well as HDR support. Studio Wildcard explains: “The first is a Detailed Graphics version with 1440p resolution and Truesky (which …

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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: PC Gaming

On October 17, 2017 Microsoft released their fourth major feature update for Windows 10 which is know as the Fall Creators Update. This is one part of our overall coverage for the release and you can visit Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: Review Central for links to all of the other elements of our post-release content. ———- After the launch of Windows 10 in the summer of 2015, Microsoft’s Xbox team made a commitment to see the …

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Xbox One Windows 10 update: THIS hidden feature boosts console speeds | Gaming | Entertainment

Xbox One has been given a huge new Windows 10 update for autumn. The Xbox One update lets you personalise your Home, features an improved Guide, more notifications and a performance boost. There’s even a hidden speed boost available to owners of the Xbox One with Kinect. As On MSFT points out, Xbox One no longer asks for further confirmation when you try to turn it off with your voice. It’s only a small update, …

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Opinion: Gaming can be a power-up for IT | The latest news from the Computer and IT Industry

Business is booming in gaming and serves as a stark contrast to the difficulties facing IT as a whole says Dominic Ashford, senior account manager at GfK.   It’s no secret that PC gaming is providing a boost for the IT market. This has been further underlined by the fact that sales of mobile and desk PCs marketed as gaming devices have seen a year-on-year revenue increase of 72 per cent in the first half …

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Games with Gold October 2017 UPDATE – More Xbox One and 360 games become available | Gaming | Entertainment

Games with Gold subscribers have seen the October 2017 line-up get a revamp today with more free games for Xbox One and Xbox 360 going live. Medal of Honor: Airborne for the Xbox 360 and The Turing Test for Xbox One have just gone live for Games with Gold members. The latest additions to the Games with Gold October 2017 line-up replace Xbox One title Oxenfree and Xbox 360 title Rayman 3 HD. Xbox 360 …

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New Nintendo Switch games boost as Xbox One cross-play project is revealed | Gaming | Entertainment

New Nintendo Switch games are in development which will benefit from cross-play with other gaming devices. While some hardware creators like Sony have ruled out PS4 gamers playing with Switch and Xbox owners, the same rule doesn’t apply for everyone else. We already know that Rocket League will benefit from the feature and there’s some big reasons behind why it’s such a help to the Switch. While other consoles have been out for quite sometime, …

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Competitive gaming to become more mainstream – The Sentinel

Members of Kennesaw State’s competitive video gaming club, eSports, say they plan to expand and connect with more players on the Marietta campus in the wake of Georgia State University’s offer to award scholarships to eSports players. GSU is now offering $1,000 scholarships to the top ten students to make it onto one of their two new varsity eSports teams, according to 11Alive. Cecilia Nguyen, the president of Kennesaw eSports, said the new scholarships are …

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WWE 2K18 release date COUNTDOWN: Launch times for PS4 and Xbox One, Switch to come later | Gaming | Entertainment

The general WWE 2K18 release date has been set for Tuesday, October 17, for many PS4 and Xbox One fans. Those with Deluxe Edition of the game have already been given access, but that soon won’t matter with the final launch date confirmed. 2K haven’t specified a time when WWE fans will be able to start playing on Tuesday, although it seems likely that it will be early, due to the servers already being live. …

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OpTic Gaming to join North American League Championship Series

OpTic Gaming will join the North American League of Legends Championship Series as one of the newest franchise owners in the league, sources close to that team and the league told ESPN. Phoenix1 and Team Envy have been declined entry into the 2018 North American League of Legends Championship Series, sources close to those teams and the league told ESPN. Team Dignitas, one of the original League of Legends Championship Series teams, will not be …

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Conjuring Divinity: Original Sin 2 on my smartphone is why I love PC gaming

I spent Sunday playing the PC role-playing game Divinity: Original Sin 2 — except I wasn’t anywhere near my desktop. Instead, I was playing the excellent fantasy adventure on my smartphone with an Xbox One controller. I was able to do this thanks to a handful of magical technologies and the open nature of the PC. Let me start by confirming that this setup works well as long as I’m on my home network. I’ll …

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