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  1. Fortnite Android Beta Coming Today Only Exclusive To Samsung Devices

    Epic Games' wildly popular battle royale title, Fortnite, is getting a beta release on Android on August 9, however, this will initially be exclusive to Samsung devices. As detailed by CNET, Fortnite will be available to download on Samsung Galaxy S7 phones and above, which means the S7, S7 Edge, S8, S8 Plus, Note 8, S9, S9 Plus.
  2. Fortnite Ditches Android’s Google Play Store

    Fortnite’s upcoming launch on Android devices will bypass the Google Play store and will instead be offered directly to players through Epic Games’ own website and app.
  3. Oculus Go’s social apps look like its best feature

    As a games machine, Oculus Go looks decidedly ordinary. The lack of Oculus Rift’s motion-sensing controllers that allow me to reach into game worlds renders this a kind of semi-virtual reality experience, a lesser product that shortchanges VR gaming as a concept.
  4. HTC Vive Pro Price and Release Date Confirmed

    HTC's next iteration of its Vive VR headset, the Vive Pro, is coming soon. Following its reveal earlier this year, HTC has now confirmed both a price and release date for the headset, along with a promotional offer to encourage early adoption. And with the introduction of a new model, HTC is slashing the price of the existing Vive.
  5. Most Powerful GPU Ever Is Out Now, And It Costs $3,000

    Nvidia has both unveiled and launched the first video card publicly available that uses the new Volta architecture, the Titan V. The announcement came during the 2017 NIPS Conference in Long Beach, California. Considering the Titan V carries a more-than-hefty price tag of $3,000 USD / £2,700 GBP, this will be a niche piece of PC hardware.
  6. Razer Reveals Its Own Android Gaming Phone

    Gaming peripheral manufacturer Razer announced that it's getting into the smartphone business with what's simply called The Razer Phone. It packs high-end specs into an Android-based device that's focused on mobile gaming. It's a first for the company, and Razer doesn't seem to be skimping out on its debut, judging from the technical details.
  7. Discord’s iPhone app suffers major crashes, glitches with iOS 11 update

    Reports of not being able to post photos, speaker issues. If you’re using Discord’s iPhone app and have updated to iOS 11, you might have noticed a few problems.
  8. Apple Overhauls iOS With AR Gaming And App Store Revision

    Today, Apple released iOS 11 to the public, and it includes new features for gaming on the platform. These additions are two-fold; the App Store sports a redesign that dedicates more space to games, and augmented reality (AR) games built with ARKit are now part of the ecosystem.
  9. iPhone X Announced

    Apple has announced iPhone X, the tenth iteration of its flagship phone. The new handset made its debut during the Apple Keynote 2017 and features an edge-to-edge display with an all-glass design covering both the front and back. This glass is water and dust resistant "at a microscopic level," according to Apple.
  10. AMD Threadripper 1900X CPU; Outperforms Ryzen 7 In Productivity

    AMD has come out strong this year with Ryzen and Threadripper CPUs, and the company continues to roll out more versions of its new processors. The 1900X is the 8-core/16-thread CPU on the sTR4 socket and X399 platform, and it's now the cheapest option in the Threadripper family at $550.
  11. Apple's iPhone 8 Event Confirmed, Here's When All Will Be Revealed

    Apple has confirmed it will hold its next big conference on September 12 in Cupertino, California, where it is expected to reveal its new iPhone 8. In an invite (via CNET), the company announced the event will happen at 10 AM PT / 1 AM ET / 6 PM BST (3 AM AET on September 13 in Australia).
  12. Pokémon Go’s new legendary dog trio are out now

    Surprise: There’s a new set of legendary Pokémon now live in Pokémon Go. The roving legendary dogs of Johto — Entei, Suicune and Raikou — can now be found in Raid Battles worldwide.
  13. The Walking Dead meets Pokémon Go in upcoming AR game

    The Walking Dead: Our World is a new augmented reality game on the way from Finland’s Next Games. It will allow players to use their phones to find and kill zombies overlayed on top of the real world, and is compatible with both iOS and Android devices. No release date has been given for the free-to-play title, but Next Games says the app is coming “soon.”
  14. First Wireless Headset To Connect Directly To Xbox One

    Peripheral manufacturer Turtle Beach announced that it has started shipping out its Stealth 600 wireless gaming headset, which will be fully available worldwide on September 4. Those who pre-ordered the Xbox One version of the headset should be receiving it ahead of the release date, and limited stock on its website can be ordered now. The Stealth 600 is the first headset to connect directly to all Xbox One consoles wirelessly, meaning it doesn't need a USB adapter to work.
  15. Two New Gaming Headsets From Logitech Announced Today

    Logitech, known for its robust lineup of PC gaming peripherals, unveiled two new headsets that opt for minimalist designs: the G433 7.1 and the G233 Prodigy.
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