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McAfee sues Dixons Carphone in software dispute

Dixons Carphone is being sued by security firm McAfee following claims that the former violated an exclusive software contract. The high-street technology giant is facing a major payout after failing to honour a deal to promote McAfee’s security offerings. Instead, Dixons Carphone advertised rival offerings from Symantec after signing a seperate deal with the company, …

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Nvidia thinks you’d be crazy to buy a graphics card without ray tracing in 2019

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang is feeling pretty confident about ray tracing, and suggests that you’d be crazy to buy a graphics card without the feature in 2019. Of course, Nvidia would say that, with its RTX 20 series of GPUs all sporting the feature – and something that rival AMD doesn’t yet have in its …

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Geekbench 4 benchmark suggest an 18-core Cascade Lake-X chip

While the Cascade Lake Xeon CPUs has been out for a few months now, Intel still hasn’t shared any concrete information regarding Cascade Lake-X. However, this recent leak could indicate that, despite delays, Intel is gearing up to roll these long overdue high-end desktop (HEDT) chips soon. Hot off the heels of its Ice Lake …

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Best superhero games: what to play while waiting for Marvel’s Avengers to assemble

Avengers: Endgame may have wrapped up the MCU in a neat (albeit emotional) bow but we are still looking to scratch that superhero itch – and we’re hoping Crystal Dynamics’ Marvel’s Avengers game will be just the ticket.  Marvel’s Avengers sees players taking on the roles of the most popular Avengers characters around in a …

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Does Call of Duty: Modern Warfare go too far, or is this a better reflection of war?

Normally, after a game demo concludes, there’s a brief moment of applause for what was just presented. It’s a small token of appreciation by those in attendance, a thank you for the work that was put into the demo that just played on-screen and a rare chance to give some direct adulation to those who …

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AMD Ryzen 3000 processors could disappoint overclockers

AMD Ryzen 3000 processors have little available headroom for overclocking, as we’ve previously heard from Silicon Lottery, a company which sells pre-selected CPUs with guaranteed overclock speeds – known as pre-binned – but now that outfit has released the full details of how these new Ryzen chips performed. And the fresh statistics are quite an …

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Windows 10 serves up more update pain with a side order of random reboots

Windows 10 has hit more trouble, with the latest (August) cumulative update for PCs running the May 2019 Update apparently failing to install in some cases – with other worrying problems popping up, too, including random reboots. The cumulative update in question is KB4512508 which comprises of security fixes for Microsoft’s browsers (Edge and IE), …

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