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Hideo Kojima says relationship with Sony still strong despite Xbox partnership, fans launch petition anyway

Hideo Kojima made a surprise appearance during the Xbox Bethesda showcase yesterday to announce a partnership between Kojima Productions and Microsoft that will utilize the latter company’s cloud technology. The

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Preview of Core i9-13900 engineering sample performance looks promising

Intel’s Raptor Lake processor lineup is still in the oven, but expectations around it are growing as we get closer to launch. According to an early preview, Team Blue’s 13th-gen

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A Duke Nukem movie from the makers of Cobra Kai is on the way

In a case of good news, bad news, the infamous Duke Nukem is being turned into a movie. Given how awful most video game adaptations turn out and the shallow

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Google suspends AI engineer who claims its chatbot has become sentient

The suspension of a Google engineer has taught us that if you ever suspect a chatbot you’re working on has become sentient, it’s probably better to keep this frightening knowledge

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Cryptocurrency-lending platform Celsius freezes withdrawals as Bitcoin hits 18-month low

The crypto industry took another blow yesterday when The Celsius Network, one of the largest cryptocurrency lenders, told its 1.7 million customers that it was pausing all withdrawals, swaps, and

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Intel 4 process might enable 20 percent higher clock speeds with identical power consumption

A new leak indicates that the upcoming Intel 4 process node might feature over 20 percent higher clock speeds while drawing the same amount of power as the current Intel

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Newly identified PACMAN flaw in Apple M1 CPU can’t be patched

Researchers have revealed a newly discovered attack vector allowing malicious actors to overcome the M1’s security features. The exploit allows the CPU’s Pointer Authentication Codes (PAC), designed to defend against

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