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Chrome OS End of Life Policy from Google Murkier Than It Seems

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Google’s Chrome OS end of life policy remains murky leaving a degree of uncertainty for consumers, businesses and educational systems.

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Is The ASUS ZenBook 3 The MacBook Killer?

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Apple released their new MacBook is spring 2016, ASUS answered the call and released the ZenBook 3, but will it be a MacBook killer or not?

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Coming Soon: Google Play on Chromebooks

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Google has released a video demonstrating apps from Google Play on Chromebooks as the company moves to unify their user experience.

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AMD joins the race to create an external GPU

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While many ultrabooks feature powerful processors and health amounts of RAM, they generally all rely on integrated graphics which hardly makes them gaming material. Some users have built their own docking stations in the past that would allow for a desktop GPU to be used, but they were all custom built and generally relied on…

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Gaming Laptops Could Be Getting Cheaper

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Gaming laptops could soon be getting cheaper as Chinese companies such as Huawei look to gaming markets for their next big windfall.

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Razer Core Supports Non-Razer Laptops, but Lacks Portability

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The Razer Core offers innovation and compatibility with laptops other than those made by Razer but isn’t very portable for those who want to high end gaming on the go.

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AMD VS Intel: What to Expect in 2016

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AMD vs Intel, these two chip makers are going head to head in 2016 as they bring newer, faster chips ready to handle the latest games and applications with ease.

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The Best Gaming Controllers for Serious PC Gamers

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When it comes to gaming, sometimes you need a little more than just the traditional keyboard and mouse.  While personally I do feel the keyboard and mouse are far superior when it comes to controls for some games, others need just a little more in order for you to properly control what you are doing. …

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The Best FPS Games of 2015

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First person shooters have been a staple of gaming ever since Wolfenstein 3D and Doom were released.  Since then, the gameplay has evolved to become even more lifelike with amazing improvements in graphics and controls.  Some of these FPS games have been better than others and we can all admit that some of them were…

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The Best Pay to Play MMORPGs of 2015

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In the early days of MMORPG’s, the pay to play model was quite commonplace.  In fact it was the accepted standard model of the industry.  Before you could play the game, you first had to run to your favorite shop and pay $50 or so for the game and then you had to sign up…