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Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Preview

Most people who play Call of Duty for longer than six to eight hours required to complete the campaign will be integrated into the multiplayer mode. That's why Treyarch's decision to remove a traditional campaign from Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is meaningful. I've already written a lot about how the latest Call of Duty game aims to be …

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AMD Athlon 200GE and Athlon Pro 200GE

In this interesting world where processors are released, but not formally announced, it means we can find processors that we have never heard of when you dive through the lists of supported processors on some motherboards. Thanks to the fact that we have heard on Twitter by one of our supporters, we can describe that AMD has two new 35W …

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Trump Administration strikes the Lifeline Deal with China's ZTE

The trumpet administration hit a life-threatening deal with China's technology giant ZTE to save the company from bankruptcy threatening it following a April ban on the purchase of US hardware and software, reports The Times in New York, referring to a source familiar with developments. The federal government has already informed about legislators of development, same insider requirements. Instead of …

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Fortnite's New Close Encounters Mode now lives after being disabled

Fortnite Last Time Limit Mode has been temporarily postponed. Shortly after the close-event event, Epic Games announced on Twitter that a problem was detected and the mode disabled on all platforms – PS4, Xbox One, PC and iOS – while the developer investigated it. Update: Close meetings are now alive.] Close meetings were released to be the second new time-limited …

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Facebook builds AI watchdog chips to filter live video

Facebook develops own chips that can analyze and filter real-time video content, allowing for compensation for human moderators, as social networking is growing exponentially. The site has been criticized in recent years to allow users to share controversial or offensive content, including images of people being transmitted or commit suicide. Facebook relies today on a combination of automated assessment and …

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"Detroit: Become Human" Review Roundup: Does this game really play civic rights?

Critics have now expressed their thoughts about David Cage's recent outing, "Detroit: Become Human." The verdict? Its gameplay shows the promise, but the implementation of its themes falls flat. ( Quantic Dream | Twitter ) Quantic Dream's latest game has finally arrived. It's called Detroit: Become Human A storytelling adventure adventure by David Cage, famous for games that are highly …

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Google One App is now available for download from the Play Store

Although Google has not yet upgraded paid Google Drive accounts to Google One, the Google One app is now available for download from the Google Play Store. The app list shows that the Google One application allows users to manage their storage plans. For example, users can see how much storage space Google Drive, Gmail, and Google Photos consume, as …

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Killer7 PC Remaster was announced for the 2018 Release

Killer7, the cult action game from Goichi & # 39; Suda51 & # 39; Suda and Resident Evil Creator Shinji Mikami, remastered and released to PC 2018. The remaster was revealed during MomoCon, where the Sudas studio, Grasshopper Manufacture, hosted the 20th anniversary of the current. "Dive into a dark world of underground killers in a revenge story like Harman …

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