Daily Archives: November 21, 2019

Half-Life: Alyx is anything but Half-Life 3

Valve announced earlier this week that a new Half-Life game is in development, but Half-Life: Alyx isn’t exactly the sequel we were hoping for. Releasing in March 2020, Half-Life: Alyx is a full-length VR entry in the Half-Life franchise which will be compatible with all PC-based VR headsets. However, we …

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Xerox says it may launch a hostile bid for HP

After HP’s board unanimously rejected its first bid, Xerox is now threatening a hostile takeover of its much larger rival in the printing business. The firm sent a letter to HP’s board of directors in which it urged the company to reconsider its buyout offer or it would be forced …

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Rise of the Internet of Things (IoT)

They are already here. And they might already have outnumbered us. Their proliferation is breath-taking, with an estimated population reaching 125 billion in the next 10 years. IoT devices are the poster boys of a societal digital transformation, poised to revolutionise the way we live, play and work.  But, are …

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HP aspires to sustainable development in IT

Hewlett-Packard has built its reputation on manufacturing a whole wide range of printers, from inkjet printers to laser printers to all-in-one printers and even 3D printers. Now the company wants to turn its attention to sustainable development. Commitments from corporates and brands to address the climate emergency are not new. …

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Trump wants Apple to work on 5G

Donald Trump says he has asked Apple CEO Tim Cook for the company to get involved with the development of 5G network technology. The two men have formed a constructive working relationship since Trump won the US Presidential Election in 2016 and have spoken on several occasions – most notably …

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Anthem finally costs what it’s worth in this amazing Amazon deal

BioWare’s Anthem has had a rocky few months since its release in February this year, leading to poor sales and disappointed players.  With arguments that its endgame content is weak, its loot system broken and its story not up to scratch when compared with previous narrative-driven BioWare RPGs, the developer …

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