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Weekly gaming and tech deals from around SA.
Google’s Daydream platform has expanded to support standalone VR headsets, and HTC Vive will build one of the first devices compatible with the platform.
CI Games, the team behind the Sniper Ghost Warrior and Lords of the Fallen series of games, is ready to show just how deadly one can be in Sniper Ghost Warrior 3.
Nvidia has revealed its latest Pascal-powered graphics card, the GeForce GT 1030.
Netflix has announced it will develop and produce a new show based on The Witcher.
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AMD has unveiled its new Radeon Pro graphics card based on its Vega GPU architecture.
Backblaze – a backup solutions provider – has released its hard drive reliability statistics for the first quarter of 2017.
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Roccat has revealed pricing for its Leadr wireless gaming mouse, aimed at hardcore PC gamers.
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Gartner’s latest figures show that Intel was the biggest semiconductor vendor in the world in 2016.
Samsung has announced South African pricing for its latest range of curved LED monitors.
AOC has launched a new 15.6-inch monitor, which is powered by a USB 3.0 connection.
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Ransomware called WannaCry has spread around the world like wildfire, infecting tens of thousands of PCs.
In defeating Kasparov on May 11 1997, Deep Blue made history as the first computer to beat a world champion in a six-game match under standard time controls.
Universum Global has released the results of its latest employer attractiveness survey, which focussed on tertiary students and young professionals.
Apple has launched a Photography How To section on its website, which shows users how to “shoot on iPhone 7”.