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Logitech G715

Aurora series. The peripheral designs in this collection are based around a “dreamy aesthetic,” with customisation and inclusivity at their heart. Much like the company's Colour Collection, the designs move away from stark black shells, and invite more customisation with options in their “ethereal” pastel colourway. But there's a bit of a catch, which I'll […]Read More

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A newsfeed update is responsible for new bugs in old

tweet from the official Borderlands account, “including how some text is displaying and console players being stuck loading the game.” The update was intended to change the in-game newsfeed in each game, presumably to remove the now out-of-date messages advertising the release of Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, but has instead resulted in a variety of issues. […]Read More

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Apple agrees to pay $50M to customers with faulty MacBook

Reuters).  This settlement hasn't been finalised yet, as a judge will have to sign off on it, but the settlement should mean customers in California, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, and Washington can claim a payout. The payout will vary depending on how many times the customer has had to replace their keyboard. […]Read More

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VPNs aren’t as protective as you think they are, says

a letter to the Federal Trade Commission to urge chair Lina Khan “to take enforcement actions against the problematic actors in the consumer Virtual Private Network (VPN) industry,” based on what they consider a serious issue: “deceptive advertising and data collection practices.”  The letter, from senator Ron Wyden and representative Anna G. Eshoo, comes in […]Read More

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Sony Unveils PlayStation Stars, A New Loyalty Program Aimed At

Sony is rolling out its first-ever PlayStation-focused loyalty program called PlayStation Stars. In a blog post by Grace Chen, vice president of network advertising, loyalty & licensed merchandise, she explains that PlayStation Stars is a free program that rewards points by completing “campaigns” and challenges while playing games.  According to Chen, earning points may require you […]Read More

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World of Warcraft is changing how the auction house works

official forums, stating that the system is currently being tested on the PTR (Public Test Realm). A new chat channel will also be added for advertising services. As it stands right now, each server has its own economy, so you'll find auction house prices fluctuate massively between busier servers and those that are less populated. […]Read More