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Could Nintendo’s Switch pack 1080p or 1440p support after all?

We’ve seen a rapid reappraisal of Nintendo’s Switch hardware in recent weeks. For months, scuttlebutt pointed to a Pascal-derived product, only for multiple sources to specify that no, Maxwell and the 20nm Tegra X1 was the basis for Nintendo’s next-generation ...

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PSVR will support 360-degree videos with the PS4’s Media Player app

If you were worried about Sony’s walled garden limiting your enjoyment of the PlayStation VR, you can breathe easy now. Sony just pushed an update to the PS4’s Media Player app, and the new features it brings will undoubtedly make ...

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Future Samsung TVs will include Steam Link streaming game support

Game streaming has been a major focus for multiple companies over the past few years, with new devices (or new capabilities for existing hardware) arriving from Microsoft, Nvidia, Sony, and Valve. Companies like Samsung, which lack any kind of game ...

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E3 2016: Microsoft’s Project Scorpio promises 4K gaming and VR support

The rumblings were true — Microsoft is releasing a major mid-cycle update to the Xbox One. Dubbed “Project Scorpio,” this new console aims at delivering enough horsepower to support 4K gaming and virtual reality while maintaining compatibility for the entire ...

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Windows 10 will receive an Anniversary Update with Linux support, Xbox One compatibility, and more

Update: An earlier version of this post implied that games would be among the Universal Windows applications that would run on either the Xbox One or PC. This is incorrect, the new capability refers to applications, not game titles. Microsoft’s ...

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VESA finalizes DisplayPort 1.4, adds 8K support, data compression, and USB-C

Share This article VESA has announced its new DisplayPort 1.4 standard, and the specification is stuffed with forward-looking goodies. VESA maintains two versions of the DisplayPort standard — embedded DisplayPort (eDP), which was updated to version 1.4(a) a little more ...

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Vulkan API reaches 1.0, claims broad API support, cross-OS compatibility

Share This article It’s been some 18 months since Khronos announced the next-generation of OpenGL, and the final version of the spec, Vulkan, is finally ready for deployment. As of today, everything related to Vulkan — drivers, SDKs, and early ...

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Nvidia fixes G-Sync refresh rate bug, adds VR SLI support to OpenGL

Share This article Two new announcements from the Team Green front as we head into the holidays. Nvidia’s 361.43 driver has just dropped, with two significant updates inside it, though only one will be of immediate benefit to customers. First, ...

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Sofia Vergara lends support to Miss Colombia

Gutierrez has been compared in looks to Vergara. There’s one famous Colombiana who thinks the newly named Miss Universe shouldn’t be wearing the crown. Actress Sofia Vergara lent her support to Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez after the beauty queen was ...

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Demystifying DirectX 12 support in Windows 10: What AMD, Intel, and Nvidia do and don’t deliver

Share This article Now that Windows 10 is finally shipping, the question of DirectX compatibility is going to move from a marketing bullet point to a tangible issue for users. For more than a year, AMD and Nvidia have been ...

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