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How high school esports builds teamwork, school spirit among uninvolved students

Move over high school football and basketball! Competitive-level video gaming – esports – has recruiters from over 250 colleges throwing offers of ‘full-ride scholarships’ at the very best high school players. The appeal of esports is huge – it has become a $4 billion industry, with national winners earning prestige and big prizes for themselves, …

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Here’s why Microsoft Edge is now the world’s second most popular browser

Less than three months after leaving beta, Microsoft’s Chromium-based Edge browser has overtaken Firefox to become the second most popular web browser in the world, as reported by Bleeping Computer. As of March 2020, Microsoft Edge holds 7.59% of the browser market according to NetMarketShare – a far cry from Google Chrome, which is far …

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Good news for Nvidia as gamers embrace RTX graphics cards according to Steam hardware survey

Nvidia’s GeForce RTX graphics cards appear to be benefiting from some serious fresh momentum, at least going by the results of the latest Steam hardware survey. Valve’s survey shows that the top three graphics cards which made the most upward movement in terms of gaining market share for March 2020 were RTX models, led by …

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Dates have been set for E3 2021

The Entertainment Software Association has announced (via GamesIndustry.biz) that E3 2021 will be taking place and that it will occupy its traditional June slot, specifically running from June 15 to June 17, 2021.  This announcement comes only a month after the ESA confirmed the cancellation of E3 2020 in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.  …

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Intel could have a bad 2020 as PC sales slump, and AMD piles on pressure with its killer Ryzen laptop CPUs

Intel is set for a rough ride throughout 2020, at least according to one analyst who has predicted doom and gloom in terms of slumping PC sales, increasing unemployment, and additional pressure from AMD’s excellent Ryzen CPUs. Gus Richard, a senior research analyst at Northland Securities, penned a research note observing that while Intel has …

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Nvidia might debut GeForce RTX 3000 graphics cards in August

Nvidia has reportedly delayed the launch of its Ampere architecture and GeForce RTX 3000 series graphics cards due to the coronavirus outbreak. The company was originally poised to launch Ampere, which will move to a new 7nm process and is expected to deliver up to a 75% performance hike compared to its current 12nm Turing …

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Intel used AMD code to get a 10% frame-rate boost in some Linux games

Linux gaming could soon get better for those using Intel graphics on their PC, thanks to tweaks which have reportedly boosted performance by around 10%. How has this happened? As Phoronix.com, that ever-present source of Linux info, reports, Jason Ekstrand – a member of Intel’s open source driver development team – has ported over an …

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 leak says a remaster is on the eve of release

There could be a Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remaster coming your way, after a leaked product listing on the Official PlayStation Store showed a March 31 release date for the remastered game. While the listing appears to have been taken down, there’s a lot of evidence backing this up – not least because …

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