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'PUBG' PC Update 17.1 Fixes Scopes & Revives on PTS & Live – Patch Notes – Newsweek

PUBG update 17.1 has landed in limited capacity on the PC Test Servers. True to its name, the small download fixes bugs that have frustrated players over the past few weeks. The patch notes suggest this is just one small performance fix ahead of many more in the future. It’s …

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Dell G3 15 Gaming Laptop Review: Strong Battery, Weaker Display – Tom's Hardware

The Dell G3 15 Gaming laptop enables gamers to play on a budget without suffering from delayed or stuttering graphics. And with a fantastic battery life and decent performance, its usefulness goes beyond PC games. Dell claims the laptop delivers carefree gaming at a budget price ($749.99 to start, $849.99 …

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IGDA urges studios to 'clarify guidelines' for social media conduct after Arenanet firings – PC Gamer

The Independent Game Developers Association has called for studios to publish “transparent and well-understood guidelines for staff members” with regards to social media use. This follows the recent dismissal of two Guild Wars 2 writers by ArenaNet following a heated Twitter exchange with a partnered streamer. In a blog post, …

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Get a New Laptop for Cheap at Walmart on Clearance – IGN – IGN

Share. From $239, all with free shipping. By Seth G. Macy If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. Laptop prices have never been lower, and the quality of cheap laptops has gone up substantially in …

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Surface Go Hands on: Meet the $399 iPad Killer – Laptop Mag

I have three key takeaways for you after going hands on with Microsoft’s new $399 Surface Go for the first time, which goes on sale Aug 2 but is available for pre-order today. This thing feels wonderfully light and pretty solid for something so cheap, and the 10-inch display is …

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China starts building x86 processors based on AMD's Zen architecture – PC Gamer

Another player has emerged in the x86 scene, joining Intel, AMD, and VIA Technologies. That player is Hygon, a chipmaker in China that is now mass-producing x86 processors codenamed “Dhyana” using IP licensed from AMD. It’s an interesting arrangement on AMD’s part. Officially, AMD does not sell its final CPU …

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Robber takes laptop, threatens to shoot employee at Little Rock pawn shop – KATV

Police are investigating a robbery at a Little Rock pawn shop (Photo: MGN) Little Rock police are investigating after a man threatened to shoot a pawn shop employee in a robbery Friday. Officers were called at 2:34 p.m. to Braswell & Son Pawnbroker at 8302 Baseline Road, east of Interstate …

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Rumour: Monster Hunter: World PC specifications leaked via WeGame – Destructoid

Is your rig up to the hunt? We are set to receive the specifications for Capsom’s highly-anticipated PC port of their mega-seller Monster Hunter: World tomorrow. However Tencent’s gaming platform, WeGame, accidentally updated its store page early, supposedly giving away the important info beforehand. The page was quickly taken down, …

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For digital nomads, work is where the laptop is – Washington Post

Colombia has become a more popular destination for digital nomads who are looking to work in a foreign locale where the cost of living is cheaper. (Mariana Greif/Bloomberg News) MEDELLIN, Colombia — Gwendolyn DaSilva rises at 5 a.m. to teach English to Chinese children from a small office just off …

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How to Send Android Texts on a PC – Tom's Guide

Back in June, Google introduced its Android Messages platform on the web, which is exactly what it sounds like. Credit: Gianna Sergovich/Tom’s Guide Although Android users have employed a variety of workarounds to read and send text messages on a computer, Messages for Web marked the first time that they had …

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