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PlayStation 5 first look: At home with Sony’s new console

On Oct 27, 2020
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Meet the beast.

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Xbox Series X first look: Fast, powerful and quiet

Xbox Series X first look: Fast, powerful and quiet

With load times like these, you'll need to rethink your entire drink-break routine.

Here's How We've Set Up Our PS5s

Here's How We've Set Up Our PS5s

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Sony Reveals PlayStation 5 Will Feature Fully Functioning Breakfast Sandwich Maker

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In the latest tantalizing peek at the next-gen hardware, Sony just revealed their upcoming PS5 will feature a fully functional breakfast sandwich maker. Clearly, this is Sony going all-in ...

With Project xCloud, Xbox Wants to Bring Gaming Anywhere You Are

With Project xCloud, Xbox Wants to Bring Gaming Anywhere You Are

Game streaming is a long-held dream, but with Project xCloud, Xbox is harnessing the power of Microsoft to make it happen—for real this time.

Sony Just Laid Out Everything There Is to Know About the PS5

Sony Just Laid Out Everything There Is to Know About the PS5

Expect the PlayStation 4 to stick around for at least three more years.

NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW Launches — Streaming Cloud Gaming Taking On Google and Others

NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW Launches — Streaming Cloud Gaming Taking On Google and Others

NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW launched this week, the company’s much-anticipated subscription-based game streaming service. Here’s a look at how it stacks up.