Apple taking preorders for new TV
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Fourth generation arrives Friday

Apple has just started accepting the pre-orders for the fourth generation Apple TV. You can get one in USA or most parts of the Europe.

Sony buying Toshiba's imaging business
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$165 million on the table

Most of the high end phones today use a Sony imaging sensor. Now it looks like Sony now wants to buy Toshiba's image sensor business to expand its dominance.

Gaming hardware market to grow to $30B by 2018
Published in Games

Jon Peddie Research's prediction 

Jon Peddie Research have come up with the recent analysis of the PC hardware gaming market and claim the market is set to grow in the next few years.

Closed Doom Alpha of goes live
Published in Games

Two day Wolfenstein pre-order exclusive

People had a lot of fun with the new Doom multiplayer demo back from E3 and it looks like that the closed alpha testing for the full product starts at midnight eastern time on October 23.

PlayStation 4 drops to £300, €321 in Austria
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€350 for rest of Europe, $350 US

The holiday shopping season has started and Sony has decided to cut its prices for about €50 in Europe to catch up with the recent price drop in the US.

LG Nuclun 2 SoC pushed to 2016
Published in Processors

Will add an Intel LTE-A modem

LG has been trying to make and launch a decent inhouse SoC. The first attempt was a limited success and now the company plans a successor –  the LG Nuclun 2 to launch in 2016.

Windows 10 Threshold 2 coming in November
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Most of the features beta tested

Microsoft has said a several times that the Windows 10 was a project that will never be finished. Now it seems the latest update codenamed as Threshold 2 will arrive on November 2.

Intel sells pre-built NUC
Published in Notebooks

No longer just bare bones

Intel has started selling its barebone NUC mini PC prebuilt for a $255 price tag.

AMD's 2016 GPU doubles performance per watt
Published in Graphics

CEO confirms spec

Troubled AMD's CEO has been attempting to rally the troops with further promises about how good things are going to be next year.  

Dell's Rory Read leads EMC integration
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Exclusive: John Byrne gets his job

Many people do know that Rory Read was the chap that went from Lenovo to transform AMD. After he did he went to chief sales job at Dell. Now Rory has been asked by Michael Dell to lead the EMC merger.