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Friday, 15 Jul 2016

Pokemon Go will not be coming to SEA yet

Pokemon Go will not be coming to SEA yet

Niantic stated that there are no announced plans at the moment to release Pokémon Go outside of New Zealand, Australia, US, and Germany. What a bummer!

Tuesday, 12 Jul 2016

Pokémon Go reportedly arriving in Asia and Europe in the next few days

Pokémon Go reportedly arriving in Asia and Europe in the next few days

Good news! Reports suggest that Pokémon Go will finally make its way to Asia and Europe within the next few days. Is the wait finally over?

NVIDIA’s Pascal cards lack support for VR, fixes on the way

NVIDIA’s Pascal cards lack support for VR, fixes on the way

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 and 1080 may be absolute performance monsters, but they've run into a few hiccups along the way when it comes to VR games.

Pokémon Go's popularity adds US$ 9 billion to Nintendo's market value

Pokémon Go's popularity adds US$ 9 billion to Nintendo's market value

Pokémon Go may have only officially launched in three markets, but the enthusiastic response it has garnered has already sent Nintendo stock soaring.

Seagate to lay off 6,500 workers or 14% of its workforce

Seagate to lay off 6,500 workers or 14% of its workforce

Seagate has announced another round of job cuts. It said that it will cut 6,500 positions, which is roughly 14 percent of its workforce.

Tuesday, 5 Jul 2016

HP launches latest computing innovations in PH through

HP launches latest computing innovations in PH through "One Life" campaign

Two months after its big launch in Macau, HP brings the excitement to the Philippines by introducing its latest computing innovations through the "One Life" campaign.

Thursday, 9 Jun 2016

Rumor: Intel and AMD will not launch next-generation processors until 2017

Rumor: Intel and AMD will not launch next-generation processors until 2017

News has emerged that Intel and AMD have postponed the release of their next-generation processors to early next year, with plans to launch during CES 2017. If the reports turn out to be accurate, we may have to wait a little while longer for Kaby Lake and Zen.

Facebook Messenger flaw allows hacker to change chat histories

Facebook Messenger flaw allows hacker to change chat histories

A vulnerability in Facebook Messenger allowed attackers to change users' chat histories, which means malicious actors could then insert links to malware or tamper with details of transactions conducted over the chat messenger.

Wednesday, 8 Jun 2016

Rumor: Samsung to launch phones with bendable screens in 2017

Rumor: Samsung to launch phones with bendable screens in 2017

According to Bloomberg, Samsung is planning to unveil two smartphone models with bendable screens in early 2017.

Facebook to allow Blizzard to use login credentials and live streaming

Facebook to allow Blizzard to use login credentials and live streaming

Blizzard and Facebook are now working together, allowing Blizzard’s game titles to use Facebook login credentials and Facebook live streaming.

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