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The latest rumor related to Nintendo’s next hardware project, the NX, has arrived. Venture Beat has reported that AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) will be manufacturing the NX’s processor. According to AMD’s CEO and president Lisa Su, the company agreed to a contract worth around one billion dollars to create a semi-custom chipset for Nintendo’s new hardware. Nintendo will move on […]

At today’s E3 conference with Microsoft, we were shown what Microsoft Hololens can do and viewers were blown away. Microsoft Hololens is a device much like the Oculus Rift, that allows you to project holograms in real life space. At Microsoft’s press conference, we saw a glimpse of what its abilities with a brand new version of Minecraft. What we witnessed […]

The Xbox One has had an Energy-Saving mode that allows the console to consume less power overall. This mode can save “$6 to $15 in energy costs per year” according to Microsoft. At the moment, Xbox One owners can choose to turn on this mode, but they weren’t asked about using it when setting up the console. Now, Microsoft will change […]

YouTube to Offer Ad-Free Subscriptions

YouTube content creators who are on the YouTube partner system recently got a very interesting email today. YouTube is going to allow partnered channels to charge a monthly subscription fee to allow subscribers to watch their videos completely add-free. YouTube has made it very clear that this will be completely optional for partner channels to turn on and subscribers to choose paying for. […]

Stores have stopped stocking the Sony Xperia Z3 model smartphone because the newer Z4 model is coming soon. There’s no exact release date for the Z4 yet, but leaks have shown that it is likely finished and ready for release at any time. The Xperia Z4 will feature a 5.2 inch screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, and 4 GB […]

ASUS released their first graphics card in 1995, and after 20 years of successful business, they’re releasing a new limited edition graphics card to celebrate the occasion. It will be a gold colored GTX 980 with a beefed up clockspeed of 1,431MHz. ASUS has yet to give a release date, but they are promising that it will be a powerful and […]

The newest update on Xbox One has made some improvements to the achievements and party chat. Achievements now give more detailed information on each achievement when they popped up, so you won’t have to go into the app itself to see how you got it anymore. Party chat now has more icons to show microphone status and internet connections. This update is available right now for […]

At the moment, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is going to be 1080p on PS4 and 900p on Xbox One. CD Projekt RED is dedicating themselves to adding as many graphical and gameplay improvements to the game after release as possible, but Senior Game Designer Damien Monnier is not sure that DirectX12 alone will allow the Xbox One version to be upgraded […]

Microsoft has been producing standalone Kinect devices separate from the Xbox One bundle for use on PC and tablets for a while now, but not anymore. They’ve recently announced that they will be ceasing production of this version of the Kinect. The Xbox One version will still continue to be made, for now. However, Microsoft will be releasing a (ridiculously overpriced) $50 […]

Sony Now Owns OnLive

Remember OnLive? No? Well, it was one of the first bigger examples of a video game streaming service to hit the industry. Although the service was well received by many, it never really caught on with the masses. OnLive will be ending its services on April 30th, and will not be charging current users any fees for this last month. All OnLive assets will […]