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Yesterday, NBA owners made the unprecedented decision to become equity investors in the daily fantasy sports business, FanDuel.   Unlike its past sponsorship of Yahoo fantasy sports contests, the NBA’s newest investment allows the league to profit directly from the fantasy games ...

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Weird: Assassin’s Creed Unity runs better on the Xbox One than the PS4 November 12, 2014 at 9:13 am Clearly, something is not quite right with Assassin’s Creed Unity — but rather than talk about Ubisoft’s disgusting 12-hour delay on reviews, or what appears ...

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Weird: Assassin’s Creed Unity runs better on the Xbox One than the PS4

Share This article Clearly, something is not quite right with Assassin’s Creed Unity – but rather than talk about Ubisoft’s disgusting 12-hour delay on reviews, or what appears to be a shoddy PC port, we’re going to focus on something rather interesting: ...

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is running at a bizarre resolution on the Xbox One

Share This article It’s that time of year again! The smell of gun powder and Doritos is in the air, and that can mean only one thing: Call of Duty. After the disappointing next-gen debut of Call of Duty: Ghosts ...

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Watch out: If you installed the PS4 2.0 firmware update, don’t use Rest Mode

Share This article Remember the big PS4 2.0 firmware release that shipped earlier this month? Well, it turns out there is a bug in this update that can prevent the PS4 from waking properly from Rest Mode (i.e. hibernation, sleep). ...

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Xbox One readies shift to 20nm – but can a smaller node help it match the PS4’s performance?

Share This article Ever since the Xbox One and PS4 were unveiled as being based on 28nm technology, it’s been clear that both Microsoft and Sony would transition to smaller nodes as soon as those technologies were ready for prime time. It ...

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Investigating AMD Mantle’s superb multi-GPU scaling in Civilization: Beyond Earth

Share This article When AMD debuted Mantle in January, one of the promises the company made was that its API could be used to improve multi-GPU scaling in ways that conventional Direct3D could not. While this requires developers taking more ...

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AMD slashes APU prices: Are they finally better value than a dual-core Intel Core i3?


Share This article When AMD launched its Kaveri APU back in January we praised the innovative heterogeneous design and its improved CPU and GPU, but expressed reservations over the relatively high price. Today, AMD is cutting prices across its APU ...

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Analyzing the iMac 5K Retina display: How do you squeeze 5K out of a last-gen GPU?

Share This article Apple announced a new 27-inch iMac yesterday, and it packs a significant wallop on the display front. As we’ve already detailed, these new 5K displays are thinner, cheaper, draw less power thanks to a more-efficient LED backlight, and, perhaps ...

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The best SSDs of 2014: A buyers guide

Share This article When I sat down to write this article, I thought it would be straightforward: “Write an SSD guide,” my editor said. “Make some recommendations!” he said. What could be simpler? It turns out, quite a bit — ...

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