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Phanteks Announces Evolv Shift, Evolv Shift X Pricing

Phanteks has taken the wraps off the Evolv Shift and Shift X chassis, both of which were on displayearlier this year at Computex. The company appears to have made good on its promise of an early August launch. The Evolv Shift, the shorter of the two chassis, features mounting locations for radiators and all-in-one coolers up to 280mm in the front, ...

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Qualcomm: Apple Dispute Hurt Q3 2017 Profits

Qualcomm told investors that its legal dispute with Apple harmed its Q3 revenues. But the company won’t back down–chief executive Steve Mollenkopf said on an earnings call that Qualcomm will “appropriately defend the tremendous value that our innovations bring to this industry.” The companies have gone back and forth since January, when Apple sued Qualcomm for $1 billion and 1 billion yuan in San ...

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Definitive PC Games And Steam Giveaways: Community Roundup

The Tom’s Hardware Community is constantly busy. Whether our members are discussing the site’s latest articles and reviews, providing tech support and building advice, or playing the latest PC games, we have so much great stuff going on that it could make your head spin! Not to worry — Community Roundup is here to highlight the best of what’s happening in the ...

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So, Uh, Atari’s New ‘Speakerhats’ Are A Real Thing

Things are getting just a little bit weird over at Atari. Shortly after revealing some more information about its upcoming Ataribox console, the company announced that it’s entering the wearable technology market with Speakerhats, which are baseball caps with speakers inside. (So pretty much exactly what their name implies.) Now you won’t have to choose between a hat and some headphones; ...

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Twitch Updates Game Store, Makes Video Links Actually Useful

Twitch has updated its website to make it easier to find games for purchase and to share clips from your favorite streamers. Twitch Games Commerce debuted in February as the company’s answer to digital game marketplaces like Steam and GOG. The idea was to make it easier for a) people to purchase the games they just watched someone else play ...

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Twitch Updates Game Store, Makes Video Links Actually Useful

Twitch has updated its website to make it easier to find games for purchase and to share clips from your favorite streamers. Twitch Games Commerce debuted in February as the company’s answer to digital game marketplaces like Steam and GOG. The idea was to make it easier for a) people to purchase the games they just watched someone else play ...

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You Can Pre-Order Boutique Systems With AMD’s Threadripper Inside

AMD’s upcoming Ryzen Threadripper high-performance desktop platform is just around the corner, and boutique system builders are gearing up to take your orders. AMD revealed a list of authorized partners that can now accept your Ryzen Threadripper pre-orders. AMD is doing everything in its power to shake up the CPU industry this year. At the tail end of the first ...

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‘For Honor’ Getting Dedicated Servers, Additional Gameplay Changes In Future Updates

Over the next seven months, Ubisoft will continue to add new content to For Honor in the form of additional heroes, maps, cosmetic items, and game modes. However, the developers are still working on multiple patches and updates in order to balance the game experience. Ubisoft published a Q&A session about the new changes with the game’s creative director Roman Campos-Oriola and director Damien ...

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