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Microsoft’s Xbox One S: 4K Blu-ray, HDR, and a modest performance boost

Microsoft’s Xbox One S: 4K Blu-ray, HDR, and a modest performance boost When Microsoft announced the Xbox One S and Xbox Scorpio earlier this year, the company’s strategy raised more than a few eyebrows.Now that the refresh has dropped, does the Xbox One S pack enough improvements to justify its purchase?

Sony’s PlayStation Neo expected to debut September 7

Sony’s PlayStation Neo expected to debut September 7 This report, by French website Gameblog, confirms rumors we’ve heard concerning the PS4 Neo’s anticipated launch.The rumors we’ve heard to date suggest that Sony will rigidly enforce backwards compatibility requirements for this new PS4.

Sony may announce two new PS4 consoles, new slim design leaks on auction site

Sony may announce two new PS4 consoles, new slim design leaks on auction site This PS4 Slim will supposedly launch at a lower price than the PS4’s current list price of $350.Microsoft’s decision to push a new console, the Xbox One S, made a certain kind of sense.

The PS4 Pro’s chief architect shares surprising details on the system’s architecture

The PS4 Pro’s chief architect shares surprising details on the system’s architecture But with the launch fast approaching (and the need to build hype around the system), the chief architect of the PS4 and PS4 Pro, Mark Cerny, has been more willing to share details on the platform’s capabilities.As for existing titles, they’ll see only very marginal improvements on the PS4 Pro unless specifically patched for it.

The PS4 Pro's chief architect shares surprising details on the system's architecture

The PS4 Pro's chief architect shares surprising details on the system's architecture But with the launch fast approaching (and the need to build hype around the system), the chief architect of the PS4 and PS4 Pro, Mark Cerny, has been more willing to share details on the platform’s capabilities.As for existing titles, they’ll see only very marginal improvements on the PS4 Pro unless specifically patched for it.

The Witness, Nioh get PS4 Pro upgrades, show how developers can use Sony's updated console

The Witness, Nioh get PS4 Pro upgrades, show how developers can use Sony's updated console With the official launch of the PS4 Pro less than a week away, we’ve started to hear how developers will use the increased horsepower available to improve existing titles.Sony has released a list of all the games that’ll formally support the PS4 Pro at launch, but we’ve got some specific information about how indie hit The Witness and the samurai-themed title Nioh will change when the improved PS4 hits store shelves.

Antifa meets actual Neo Nazis

Antifa meets actual Neo Nazis “I didn’t think something like this could happen.This is crazy,” one of the victims said.

Microsoft will unveil Scorpio on June 11: Here's what we'd like to see

Microsoft will unveil Scorpio on June 11: Here's what we'd like to see The Xbox One was a multimedia system where you could watch TV and game (despite lacking a DVR).The PS4 / PS4 Pro have outsold the Xbox One by nearly 2:1 (an estimated 28.

2016’s funky Windows 10 Mobile phone has evolved into 2017’s funky $440 Android phone

2016’s funky Windows 10 Mobile phone has evolved into 2017’s funky $440 Android phone Fast forward to 2017 and the Japanese firm hopes that latter point is enough to draw folks to its Neo Reloaded.In terms of looks, you will struggle to find much of a difference between the original Neo and the Neo Reloaded, which is a good thing.

How a college student built a self-driving car for $700

How a college student built a self-driving car for $700 The kids these days: Brevan Jorgenson, a college senior, has built a self-driving car using $700 in parts and free access to hardware designs and software.The Neo system is built from a OnePlus 3 Android phone, the now-free Openpilot software, a circuit board linking the Neo and the car’s electronics, and a 3D-printed case.

Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors

Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors is a 2D sci-fi fighting game developed and released by SunSoft for arcades (running Neo Geo MVS hardware) in January 24, 1995.The first fighting game developed by Sunsoft (and their first Neo Geo game), Galaxy Fight pits eight futuristic warriors (including a variety of alien species) in numerous battles throughout a fictional solar system.