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This Smartphone Is A Shrunken-Down Gaming Laptop – Newsy

The tech industry has had its fair share of “gaming phones,” and though they didn’t play out well, this new phone might. Razer, a tech company known for its gaming laptops and mice, teased its upcoming Razer Phone on Wednesday Continue Reading The phone will feature a touch screen optimized for speed and two very loud front-facing speakers. Mashable …

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Razer Phone launch: company squeezes PC gaming tech into a smartphone – The Guardian

Gaming on smartphones is big business. So big that hardcore gaming firm Razer reckons there’s a better way to make a smartphone that’s good for games, but that you won’t be embarrassed to use in public. Having started making precision mice and colourful keyboards for gaming, then successfully moving into …

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"Gaming for Prevention" smashes stigmas – Tennessee Tech Oracle

Tennessee Tech Oracle “Gaming for Prevention” smashes stigmasTennessee Tech OracleThe Gaming for Prevention event highlighted combating stigma surrounding mental illness, information on substance abuse and gaming setups to promote a growing community of gamers on campus. The counseling center and eSports Club gave away … Source link

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A Look Back at Mario: Gaming's Most Iconic Mascot – Twinfinite

There have been a lot of gaming mascots throughout the years that most gamers would recognize. Show them a picture of Nathan Drake and they’ll know he’s from Uncharted. You can pretty much say the same thing for other characters or mascots like Chocobos, Master Chief, Solid Snake, and Agent …

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Min-Liang Tan: the $700m gaming impresario you've never heard of – Financial Times

Gamers can dispatch evildoers in a nanosecond on a Razer laptop. But it takes Min-Liang Tan, the company’s founder and chief executive, more than an hour to travel 4km from Hong Kong’s Central district to the bustling Causeway Bay. He was at the mercy of a rogue Uber driver who …

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Gaming industry and opportunities highlighted at African American Chamber breakfast – New Pittsburgh Courier

DORIS CARSON WILLIAMS, RICHARD JEWELL Despite misgivings about increasing crime and gambling addiction, the state’s move to legalize gaming in 2004 has not only resulted in enough revenue to aid communities across the commonwealth in combating those ills, but has also provided tax relief for homeowners, economic development in distressed …

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Macau Coffers Have Collected Over $8.5 Billion in Gaming Taxes in 2017 – Casino.Org News

The Macau government is benefiting from the return of VIP play to the region’s casino resorts in 2017. Through September, the city’s coffers have taken in MOP 68.64 billion ($8.54 billion) in gaming tax revenue, an increase of 17.5 percent compared to the same nine months in 2016. The Macau …

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Help, Me Laptop: How Do I Get Smoother FPS While Gaming on a Budget? – Laptop Mag

We love gaming laptops at Laptop Mag. They’re powerful, often stylish, and you see some of the most absurd innovations tried out s on these beefy machines first. Oh, and they play games well. But they’re not all created equal, and they’re not all as consistent as a console. When …

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Kinect's value to artists overshadowed its gaming roots – Engadget

You can buy one online for $55. The adapter needed to connect it to a PC, however, is no longer available direct from Amazon, and there was only one new unit available from a third-party seller at press time. “It’s become the standard for interactive art because it’s affordable,” Rob …

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PC Gaming Weekly: Meet your Destiny (2) – VentureBeat

Our destiny is here, PC gamers. It’s time to go see our ol’ pal Xur. Yesterday, Activision launched Destiny 2 on PC. The series skipped the platform its first time around, and this time, it’s part of an experiment from the publisher of Call of Duty and other big hits. Destiny …

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