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Overwatch Benchmarked, Performance Review

Overwatch is impressive looking yet runs well on a wide range of hardware. It scales down to work on low-end hardware but can also be cranked up to take advantage of high-end gear, especially at the 4K resolution. Coming from an impressive open beta that attracted 9.7 million players, Overwatch is poised to be hugely popular among PC gamers. Only one question remains: can your hardware handle it?

Crytek opens up, releases CryEngine source code on GitHub

Crytek has recently released the full source code for CryEngine on version control system GitHub. Only last March the company had released the latest version of its game engine under a "pay-what-you-want" scheme, meaning developers can get their hands on…

Reddit ditches Imgur, rolls out native image hosting

Big changes are taking place over at Reddit, the self-professed front page of the Internet. The popular portal is in the process of rolling out an in-house image hosting service, effectively cutting ties with Imgur, the third-party image sharing service…

The Raspberry Pi 3 may soon officially support Android

There’s no shortage of operating systems for Raspberry Pi 3 owners to choose from including multiple Linux distributions and even Windows 10 IoT Core. In the near future, the popular hobby board may add Android to its growing list of…

LG G5 Review: LG's flagship smartphone goes modular

With the G5 LG has boldly redesigned their flagship to include new ideas that they hope will capture the eyes of buyers. The biggest and most obvious one is the modular design, which sees the battery slide out the bottom of the handset attached to a swappable module that can be used to add in other features. There's also an all new metal design and an upgraded 2-lens camera system.

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