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Everything you need to know about Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

Source: 2K Gearbox unveiled Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands ahead of E3 2021, and it looks to bring as much carnage and mayhem as you’d expect from a Borderlands game. With an expected release of March 25, 2022, we’ll compile everything you need to know about it in the lead-up to its launch, from what you can…
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If you want FreeSync for your Xbox One games, you have few options

Best FreeSync monitors for Xbox One Windows Central 2021 Microsoft supports FreeSync on Xbox One consoles, adjusting refresh rates on the fly to reduce screen tearing and stuttering in gaming. While hundreds of special FreeSync-compatible displays are on the market, Xbox One consoles are limited to a subset with HDMI support. We’ve rounded up our…
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What does the future hold for Microsoft’s new purchase, Clipchamp?

Source: Clipchamp / Microsoft When Microsoft announced its purchase of Clipchamp, our gaming editor Jez Corden speculated that Microsoft might roll Clipchamp into Microsoft 365 or Xbox Game Pass. Microsoft’s first-party video editing options fall far behind the competition, so an infusion of Clipchamp tech could be a major boost to editing gaming clips on…
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Leaked Xbox exclusive Redfall screenshots show weapons, menus, and more

Screenshots of the upcoming Xbox and PC exclusive from Arkane Studios, Redfall, have leaked in an anonymous Imgur post. The post’s title indicates that the images are from a Redfall playtest, and the images themselves prominently feature several of Redfall’s weapons, environments, and menus. Additionally, several developer testing and debug tools and areas can also…
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Here’s a look at Microsoft’s leadership ideology for the hybrid era

A lot’s changed about the world since 2020 arrived and threw virtually everybody for a pandemic-sized loop. For workplaces, the landscape has changed in such a way that remote work has become a norm rather than an exception. And this has had ramifications for leaders and managers who have had to retrain themselves on how…
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Review: Can you roll correctly in Lost in Random?

Source: EA Originals In the world of Random, there are six worlds, each representative of the side of a die. There’s Onecroft at the bottom of the world and Sixtopia at the top, where the evil and towering queen lives. She has decreed that there will be no dice in the world of Random, and…
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Corsair’s MP600 PRO XT M.2 NVMe SSDs are here

If you’re looking to upgrade SSDs and aren’t afraid of spending big, Corsair has a few new options for you by way of its MP600 PRO XT Gen4 PCIe x4 NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive that comes in multiple storage sizes. The SSD sports 7,100MB/s (megabyte per second) read speeds, 6,800MB/s (megabyte per second) write…
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Are Wi-Fi 6 routers worth it?

Source: Netgear Best answer: Yes. Wi-Fi 6 routers are ubiquitous enough now that you should heavily consider buying one. The technology is just at the cusp of being standard across modern devices and will keep you future-proof for years to come. Why now is the right time for Wi-Fi 6 routers Source: Netgear You’ve probably…
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What we know about Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Remake on PC

Source: Sony Interactive Entertainment | YouTube During the September 2021 PlayStation Showcase, the show opened with a huge announcement: A remake of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is on the way, and it’s being built for the PlayStation 5 and PC. The game is being developed by Aspyr, with Sony Interactive Entertainment providing…
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Microsoft shares hybrid work data in most painful fashion humanly possible

Source: Stephen Brashear/Getty Images for Microsoft When you work for a site with a focus on any particular company, you’re bound to end up writing about some relatively small scoops that only appeal to a narrow niche of readers. However, Microsoft and LinkedIn have taken advantage of that fact to release one of the most…
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