LeEco unwraps phones at US event
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It's not French, though but

In the style of a large tradeshow press event, LeEco officially launched in the USA.

WD formally enters SSD market
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WD raises the stakes

Another player doubles down on the competitive SSD game space.

Printer business shows signs of corruption
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You know it's a revolution baby

Cross licensing delights and deceits  are the name of the printing game.

Pascal based quadro mobile spotted
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Pascal goes mobile

Today on the expo floor at SIGGRAPH 2016, Nvidia was showing off its new but unannounced Pascal based mobile Quadro thing.

Siggraph 2016 surveyed
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It's intelligence, but not as we know it, Jim 

SIGGRAPH 2016 is now in its third day. For those of you not in the loop, SIGGRAPH is the annual conference on computer graphics convened by the ACM SIGGRAPH organization.

AMD Radeon Pro hits tops 90FPS on 8k raw
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It's a miracle!

AMD's Radeon Technologies Group made the world’s first public demonstration of its upcoming Radeon Pro SSG solution. 

Nintendo delays mobile game releases
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Shares tank

Shares in Nintendo tanked yesterday as the company announced that it was delaying the release of its games onto mobile phones and tablets.

Nintendo’s results weaker than expected
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But 3DS sells well

Nintendo has reported a weaker-than-expected operating profit for the July-September quarter but there are signs that things are picking up.

Star Wars Battlefront beta starts on October 8th
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Until October 12th

Although we knew it was coming sometime in October, EA and DICE have announced that the Star Wars Battlefront open beta will run from October 8th to October 12 and be available on the PC, Xbox One and Playstation 4.

Apple Pay being accepted in UK
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Tesco leads the way

Apple Pay was supposed to launch in Europe sometime this year, but it seems it's already alive and kicking in Britain, at least in some colations.