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Intel announces powerful 22 core Broadwell processor for server computing

Intel’s new Broadwell Xeon server CPUs offer up to 22 cores per socket for servers Whoever thought that a quad-core processor, or even an octa-core CPU would have been sufficient for carrying out daily tasks was not paying attention to Intel and its plan to continue dominating the server processor market. The company has announced

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The new era of PlayStation starts today

April 1st marks the official first day of business for Sony Interactive Entertainment.   Today marks the first day of Sony’s new PlayStation-centric division, Sony Interactive Entertainment. Over on the PlayStation Blog, SIE president Shawn Layden says that it’s going to be a bit before we see exactly what this shuffling of papers means, but

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Sony is open to bringing PlayStation VR to PCs

PlayStation VR is one of the more affordable advanced virtual reality headsets hitting stores, but it has a big catch: you need to own a PS4 (and a PlayStation Camera) to use it. What if you’d just like to try it with your computer instead? You may well get that chance. According to a translationof

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Zebronics MONSTER SOUND 2.1 ZEN Speakers come with LED Light Show

The Zebronics MONSTER SOUND 2.1 ZEN Speakers provides 40 Watts RMS sound output and supports USB as well as SD/MMC Card input. It also has a built-in FM, an LED display as well as colour changing LED lights. The sub-woofer comes with 12.7cms low range drivers and the satellite speakers are powered by 7.6cms full range drivers.

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Google planning to release Amazon Echo competitor

Google wants to find a way into your home but it won’t be Nest that leads the charge. According to The Information, the search giant is secretly working on a competitor to the Amazon Echo, an always-on assistant that’s capable of music playback, searches, setting alarms, and much more. Google’s mysterious product will apparently mimic

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The rumored PlayStation 4K or PS4.5 is real, according to new source

Last week, rumors arrived regarding a PlayStation 4.5 or , as some were calling it, a PlayStation 4K. This PS4K was set to serve as a mid-generation hardware refresh for the PS4, and it would include more processing power and a stronger GPU pushing the console to play games in 4K resolution. Today, Eurogamer and Digital Foundry have

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PLAYSTATION VR CORE BUNDLE UP FOR PREORDERS MARCH 29TH

Get This If You Already Have The PS Camera And Move Controllers For VR enthusiasts and more so gaming in VR enthusiasts, the PlayStation VR headset core bundle works if you already have Move controllers and the PlayStation Camera. The bundle which was earlier not expected to be up for Pre-Orders has seen a sudden

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MediaTek unveils deca-core Helio X25 SoC

Mediatek has unveiled its newest chipset called the Helio X25. The new chipset is an enhanced version of the deca-core Helio X20 chipset and comes with the same tri-cluster design. Like the Helio X20, the X25 comes with a dual-core Cortex A72 cluster and two quad-core Cortex A53 clusters. The difference is that the A72

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SanDisk0256GB-NAND enter mass production making iPhone 7 Plus

Rumors about Apple offering the iPhone 7 Plus in a 256GB storage option have made the rounds of the internet a few times. In recent times, two major developments in the NAND industry does seem to indicate that rumors of Apple planning on offering a 256GB storage variant for the iPhone 7 Plus are likely true.  SanDisk0256GB-NAND Firstly, last month,

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ARM and TSMC team up to create a 7nm chip

In what is essentially the corporate version of a fist-bump of solidarity, ARMand TSMC have agreed to join forces to develop a 7nm chip. It won’t be the world’s first – IBM created a 7nm chip in the summer of last year – but ARM and TSMC are hoping to be the first to get

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