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Other additions include multi-window support, battery life improvements, localized keyboards, and smarter charging
Sony is hiring a new Senior Director of PC Planning and Strategy.
It's a huge help to PC gamers who love Sony's controller design, but not its consoles.
If you can't find the real thing, you can now summon Let Me Solo Her for any boss fight in the game.
Gaming sleuths have found first details about Blizzard's next WoW expansion on the Blizzard website.
Intel launches "Pixel Pat," a promotional 8-bit arcade game promoting Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger and Intel's fab efforts.
A video of Forspoken, an upcoming game shows off how fast Microsoft's DirectStorage technology can be on M.2 SSDs, SATA SSDs, and a traditional hard drive.
Sony has announced upcoming variable refresh rate support for the PlayStation 5.
Somebody check to see if pigs just sprouted wings, because Microsoft just unlocked Xbox Cloud Gaming for Valve's Linux-based Steam Deck via a new Edge browser beta.
Google's Games Developer Summit brought updates on how Chromebooks will be enhanced with Valve's Steam app, along with progress being made on bringing Android games to PCs.
But Intel isn't ready to tell us what Project Endgame actually is just yet
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