‘Skyrim Special Edition’ has ‘gone gold’; Bethesda coughs up PC requirements

Bethesda’s “Skyrim Special Edition” has gone gold and is on track for an October 28 release. To get PC gamers ready, Bethesda released minimum and recommended hardware requirements along with what is needed storage-wise to install the game.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7: US cellphone carriers suspend replacement efforts

AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint have stopped providing the phones pending new investigation of most recent safety concerns

All four of the US’s big mobile phone providers have stopped providing replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones due to concerns that the new phones are still overheating and, in some cases catching on fire.

Over the past 24 hours AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint have suspended handing out Note 7 phones – which were being issued as replacements following an earlier US government safety recall – pending investigation of the fresh incidents.

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PlayStation VR launch title ‘Thumper’ hits PS4, PC ahead of schedule

Anticipated PlayStation VR launch title ‘Thumper’ will debut ahead of schedule Monday night “to surprise and reward everyone who’s been waiting years for ‘Thumper’ to come out with the chance to play a bit sooner,” according to its developers.

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Nvidia’s unannounced GeForce GTX 1050 Ti caught nude without packaging in pics

Several images revealing the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics card have surfaced, one revealing the packaging and one showing off the card’s nude parts. The pictures arrive with data stemming from GPU-Z and 3DMark’s Fire Strike Ultra benchmark.

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