Check out the Destiny 2 gameplay trailer

Check out the Destiny 2 gameplay trailer
 As we inch closer to E3, games are top of mind.
The Destiny 2 gameplay trailer was finally released earlier this week, which you can check out below.
But as Forbes pointed out, there is still a hint of mystery and a dash of disappointment when it comes to the Destiny 2 PC port.
For one, Destiny 2 for PC is not officially slated for the same September 8 release date as its PS4 and Xbox One… Read More


Source: Tech Crunch

'Nex Machina' brings co-op robot slaughter to the couch June 20th

'Nex Machina' brings co-op robot slaughter to the couch June 20th
Developer Housemarque's ode to Robotron: 2048, Nex Machina, finally has a release date: June 20th on both PC and PlayStation 4. And if you were a fan of what you played in the beta but thought it was missing something, maybe that je ne sais quoi was…
Source: Engadget

'Destiny 2' on PC won't have dedicated multiplayer servers

'Destiny 2' on PC won't have dedicated multiplayer servers
There's good news, and bad news, about Destiny 2 for PC gamers. On the plus side is the fact that it exists on PCs at all — the first game never left consoles. But, unfortunately, it looks like we'll have to settle for multiplayer matches without de…
Source: Engadget

Sennheiser’s PC 373D Dolby 7.1 gaming headphones sound best with it disabled

Sennheiser’s PC 373D Dolby 7.1 gaming headphones sound best with it disabled
 Sennheiser is great at doing a lot of things, namely in the audio space. Headphones, microphones and the like. When Sennheiser combines the two and creates a gaming headset, you’d expect it to be pretty good, if not great. The 373D is an attempt at integrating 7.1 Dolby Surround Sound into a pair of headphones. The problem with that is, it’s not exactly as interesting as it sounds. Read More


Source: Tech Crunch

Lenovo debuts back-to-school laptops before school's even out

Lenovo debuts back-to-school laptops before school's even out
As spring turns into summer, so must PC manufacturers begin thinking about harshing our collective buzz by talking about the fall. Lenovo, for instance, is announcing its new laptop lineup ahead of Back To School season, reminding us all that good we…
Source: Engadget

PlayKey is reviving the cloud gaming market by allowing you to buy or bring your own games

PlayKey is reviving the cloud gaming market by allowing you to buy or bring your own games
 What if you’ve wanted to join the PC gaming community, but don’t have the means to purchase a PC that costs thousands of dollars? PlayKey has a unique approach to virtualization/cloud gaming with payment tiers that determine stream quality, the ability to play games by either purchasing them from PlayKey, or making use of your own Steam game library. PlayKey’s business… Read More


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Intel could be about to release a very expensive Core i9 CPU

Intel could be about to release a very expensive Core i9 CPU
 Computex is right around the corner. While we don’t generally cover PC component updates, this leak about Intel’s plan is interesting. The company is apparently about to unveil a new lineup of desktop CPUs with a new high-end Core i9 CPU with 12 cores. Intel’s plans leaked on AnandTech’s board. It looks like some employee or partner took a photo of a PowerPoint… Read More


Source: Tech Crunch

Intel ends its dreams of replacing the x86 chip in your PC

Intel ends its dreams of replacing the x86 chip in your PC
When Intel launched its first Itanium processor in 2001, it had very high hopes: the 64-bit chip was supposed to do nothing less than kill off the x86 architecture that had dominated PCs for over two decades. Things didn't quite pan out that way, how…
Source: Engadget

The Morning After: Friday, May 12th 2017

The Morning After: Friday, May 12th 2017
Hey, good morning! You look fabulous.

Welcome to the end of the week. Microsoft's second day of its annual conference was a more interesting one.It's trying to bridge your PC and phone, and we get to see what's next for Windows 10. Meanwhile, a Russ…
Source: Engadget