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Spider-Man Is 30fps on PS4 and PS4 Pro: Sony

  Upcoming PS4-exclusive Spider-Man will have a frame rate of 30fps on the base PS4 and PS4 Pro. Developer Insomniac Games confirmed this in an interview leading up to the reveal of the release date and special editions of the game. In conversation with Game Informer (via VG247) the game will be at a locked 30fps …

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PS4-Exclusive Spider-Man Release Date and Editions Announced

  PS4-exclusive Spider-Man finally has a release date. The action-adventure title developed by Insomniac Games is out on September 7. In addition to this, Sony revealed three editions of the game – standard, Digital Deluxe, and the Spider-Man Collector’s Edition. Spider-Man standard edition price is Rs. 3,999 ($60) on disc or as a …

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Recover The Lost Data Within Seconds

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The data stored in the devices also gets lost sometimes. Do you have any solution to restore the data? Even it becomes difficult to restore the data sometimes. But you can trust on the data recovery software which lets you retrieve whether the data gets lots in any situation. It …

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Blending Strategies for Icy Beverages

The process of serving tasty drinks for customers in a restaurant is easy if certain gadgets are used during the preparation phase. If you need icy, cold beverages that can drive guests to your restaurant when temperatures in the environment are high, there are several things that you must consider. …

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Moto Z2 Force to Launch in India on February 15 With Moto TurboPower Pack Mod

  Moto Z2 Force is set to launch in India on February 15. Lenovo-owned Motorola on Friday sent out invites for the launch event of the Moto Z2 Force model. The formal invitation confirms that the company is launching the new smartphone, bundled with Moto TurboPower Pack Mod that debuted in the country in last December carrying …

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OnePlus 5T and Its Predecessors Won’t Support Google’s Project Treble

  While speedier updates are what a large number of Android users demand nowadays, it appears OnePlus is not favouring Google’s Project Treble that will ship with Android Oreo to make the update process quicker – at least for its existing models, including the OnePlus 5T. The Chinese company confirmed the absence of Project Treble …

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Apple Looks Set to Boost Low-Light iPhone Photography With InVisage Acquisition

In what appears to be an obvious bid to improve the photography experience on its devices, Apple has acquired InVisage Technologies, a company known for developing image sensor technology QuantumFilm. The terms of the deal were undisclosed. Apple confirmed the acquisition in its traditional statement about buying smaller companies from time to …

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Intel Management Engine Vulnerability Exposes Millions of PCs to Undetectable Attacks, Claims Security Firm

  Security research firm Positive Technologies has said it will demonstrate an exploit that allows the running of arbitrary unsigned code on any PC with an Intel 6th Gen ‘Skylake’ Core CPU or later. The security hole exists because of Intel’s Management Engine, a tiny microprocessor that exists within the …

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Recovering Deleted Files On Your Device

select disk storage location to recover deleted files from emptied recycle bin

Data recovery has become very common among people these days. There are various reasons for recovery of data. One of these is that data can be very easily lost from an electrical device which can be a music file, photograph, video, document etc. In these cases, the need for recovery …

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Lenovo Launches ThinkStation P320 Tiny Workstation That’s as Light as MacBook Air

Lenovo’s annual Tech World Transform is underway and the Chinese company announced the launch of its new PC workstation that is as light as Apple’s MacBook Air. Called the ThinkStation P320 Tiny, the workstation weighs just 1.3kg and houses top-of-the-line specifications for a small machine like this with an Intel …

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