Gaming

CES 2017 Day 1: Dell, Lenovo, ASUS and HP

CES 2017CES 2017 kicked off this week with a great show featuring the latest and greatest in consumer tech. A lot of hype has been surrounding this year’s event, as we wait to see what the biggest industry brands have spent the last year working on. Now we finally know, and day one featured plenty of goodies to get excited about. Let’s take a look at some of the highlights.

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Your guide for 2016 Best Tech Gifts of the Holiday Season

Happy HolidaysThe holidays are upon us once again, with only a couple of week until Christmas hits. Are you stressing about what to get that gadget lover in your life? Maybe you are considering taking advantage of holiday prices to get something for yourself? Whatever the case, here are some of the 2016 best tech gifts you can pick up right now.

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Sony new PlayStation Family – The PS4 Pro and the PS4 Slim

  • 11/09/2016 at 23:33 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Gaming

Sony PlayStation 4 ProSony has announced two new updates to their PS4 systems. The Pro has a powerful upgrade under the case. The Slim is just as its name suggests – Slim.

The Ps4 Pro

The biggest change in the Pro is the ability to play 4K and HDR graphics. Microsoft’s Xbox came out with this feature, and it was wondered why Sony kept it out of the original system. Andrew House, president and group CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment, said “Our goal is to deliver high-fidelity graphical experiences. We aim to provide developers with tools to further their visions.”

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Nintendo NX rumor roundup include a VR feature

  • 24/07/2016 at 23:01 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Gaming

Nintendo NXThe mini Nintendo classic console isn’t the only big news this month coming from the company. Speculation continues to build about the features of the much anticipated Nintendo NX. Let’s round up some of those rumors and see what might just be coming next year. Maybe we can get over the bitter disappointment of no announcement at E3.

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Pokemon Go causes security concerns

  • 19/07/2016 at 00:29 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Gaming

PrivacyWe already covered Pokemon Go and the fact that it has taken over the internet and the real world in a crazy way. But as is often the case, the game is losing a bit of its shine as security concerns flood the web. Should you be worried?

Third Party Pokemon Go Scammer Apps

The first concern is third party apps that look like the game, but aren’t. These are scammer applications that have infiltrating app stores since it became such a success. They will look similar, or identical, to Pokemon Go. But when used they will either transmit information, or in the case of one, drive porn clicks on alternate sites.

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Nintendo announces classic mini NES with 30 games for $60

  • 15/07/2016 at 00:38 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Gaming

Nintendo Mini NesNintendo has announced that they will be releasing a new mini version of the classic Nintendo Entertainment System console. It will include 30 of the most beloved NES games built into the system, and will clock in at only $60.

A Return Of The Nintendo Classics

If you are anything like me, you grew up playing the classic NES and SNES games for hours on end during the weekends and summers. Now the company that brought one of the most famous consoles in history is counting on that nostalgia.

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Pokemon Go has officially taken over everything

  • 13/07/2016 at 00:03 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Gaming

Pokemon GoPokemon Go has officially taken over everything. And you should be really excited about that.

This afternoon my aunt posted on Facebook with a photo from a nearby popular city park. In it were about two dozen people sitting standing with their phones out, all in the same spot. The caption read that every single person there was playing Pokemon Go, and they had all met there by chance in their hunt.

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