Destiny 2 to get SLI and HDR support
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Geforce Game Ready driver coming soon

At the special Geforce event at Gamescom 2017, Nvidia announced that it has been working with Activition and Bungie to bring both HDR and SLI support to both Destiny 2 and Middle Earth: Shadow of War games.

Microsoft announces Age of Empires IV
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Remastered Age of Empires Definitive Editions

Microsoft has pulled a rather big surprise at Gamescom 2017 by announcing a sequel to the popular Age of Empires series as well as revealing that Age of Empires II and III will also be get remastered.

Final Fantasy XV coming to PC in 2018
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With Nvidia GameWorks enhancements

At a special event at Gamescom 2017, Square Enix announced that Final Fantasy XV will be coming to the PC in 2018 and since Nvidia was a partner at the announcement, it does not come as a surprise that it will feature Nvidia technologies.

Samsung shows 49-inch 32:9 monitor at Gamescom 2017
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With 3840x1080 resolution and AMD FreeSync 2

Samsung brought quite an interesting monitor to the Gamescom 2017 show which is currently heating up in Cologne, Germany, the 32:9 49-inch 3840x1080 CHG90 with support for AMD FreeSync 2 technology.

Chinese chipmakers could be boosted in post-Moore’s Law
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Chinese dragon could take Chipzilla 

Not everyone is mourning the slow death of Moore’s Law and Chinese chipmakers could use the period to catch up with their Western rivals.

Toshiba approaches Western Digital for a quiet word
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Please buy our memory making business


Troubled Toshiba Corp has said that it is prioritising talks with Western Digital to sell its memory chip business.

Robots are plagued with vulnerabilities
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Companies tell world “go stick your head in a pig”


Robots are shipping with shedloads of vulnerabilities that no one seems to care much about.

Google touts Titan security chip
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Zeus unimpressed that Google backed the losing side 


Google is set to disclose technical details of its new Titan computer chip which is a cloud computing security feature.

Sonos says let us spy or your stereo will not work
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21st century issues


Sound gear maker Sonos has told its customers that either they have to let them spy on their use of their products or they will not work.

Sony’s waterproof Xperia court case was not watertight
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Users might be owed $300

Sony has lost a class action lawsuit for claiming its Xperia phones were "waterproof" when in reality they were only "water resistant".