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The Nvidia GeForce Twitter account hinted at an August 31 launch for its Ampere GTX cards, which would be the 21st anniversary of its "first GPU."
Microsoft has ported Minecraft: Education Edition to Chromebooks, though administrators and users will need an Office 365 for Education account to play it without restrictions.
Samsung has decided to dump the wired earbuds from the Galaxy Note 20 box, but you can still get a pair for free.
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President Trump unexpectedly ordered a ban on transactions with Tencent and its subsidiaries after 45 days. We don't know how far the ban will stretch into Tencent's interests, which encompass the games League of Legends, Fortnite, PubG, Path of Exile, and more.
Google has settled a class-action lawsuit over the Google+ data breach, and you might be able to claim some of the $7.5 million in payments.
The company is trying to weaponize concern for its users to protect its business interests.
MSI has long pushed the boundaries of invention with its ever-evolving range of laptops but it has now pulled off a world first with the new MSI Creative 17.
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