In our EVGA SC17 1080 review, we pit the laptop against Razer’s latest Blade Pro model packing the same processor and graphics chip. What we find is interesting, and could make the difference between saving or spending an extra $1,000.
Legendary Shards are essential to progressing your character to maximum Power in ‘Destiny 2.’ Here’s everything you need to know about how they work and how to go about obtaining them.
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The first outing in the Steve Jobs Theater looks to be a product-filled affair to mark 10 years of Apple’s flagship smartphone
Hello and welcome to the Guardian’s live blog of today’s Apple press event. It’s a big day for the company, which is expected to reveal the first significant shake-up to the design of the iPhone, its biggest-selling product by a massive margin, since 2014.
It’s also the first event to be held in the Steve Jobs Theater, outside the company’s new enormous purpose-built headquarters, Apple Park, in the Silicon Valley town of Cupertino. The assembled press have been sending excited pictures of curved glass, shiny marble, and Apple staff in pristine white t-shirts, but we’re watching the sunset from King’s Cross in London, so don’t feel too jealous of us.
Got a hankering for new soccer action but don’t want to wait until the end of September? The new demo for EA’s upcoming FIFA 18 is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC platforms.
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Google Play Family Library lets you share purchased apps and content with up to six family members. Not only that, but the feature is now finally rolling out to more countries — including South Africa, Belgium, and more.
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Felix Kjellberg, the highest-paid YouTuber in 2016, says he learned nothing from previous racist controversies and that ‘there are no excuses for it’
YouTube star PewDiePie has apologised for using a racial slur during a livestream, saying that he is “disappointed in himself”.
In a short video posted to his YouTube account , the vlogger – real name Felix Kjellberg, the highest-paid YouTuber in 2016 – said he was “not going to make any excuses” as to why he said the n-word in the middle of a game of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, “because there are no excuses for it.”
Nintendo looks to be finally addressing its supply and demand disparity for the SNES Classic Edition and NES Classic Mini, with news of new stock for both, and with the latter set to go on sale again in the summer of 2018.
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As the world welcomes the latest iPhone, we speak to people who are bucking the trend and doing without
Many will be eagerly awaiting the release of the new iPhone X, the latest model of Apple’s smartphone. It’s expected to be the biggest change in design yet.
For some, however, the event will go by without them so much as batting an eyelid. The Guardian has heard from people who have shunned phones altogether or keep the use of their mobiles to a bare minimum.