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Razer’s Nabu X offers fitness tracking and social connectivity to PC gamers

The newest wearable from gaming peripheral designer Razer features a discreet OLED screen, fitness tracking, and social connectivity targeted at PC gamers.

Wearables

UK police arrest six teens for using Lizard Squad’s hacking-for-hire tool

Authorities in the UK arrested six teenagers this week for attempting to attack several major websites using Lizard Squad's hacking for hire tools. All six are out currently on bail.

Computing

No longer in November, XCOM 2 pushed back to February 2016

Fans of Fireaxis Games' XCOM franchise are going to have to wait a little longer to get their hands on XCOM 2, as the team has decided to push the game back to February 2016.

Gaming

AMD launches new 370x graphics card

We know the big GPUs are more exciting. A Titan X or a Fury X is always going to draw more eyeballs than a mid-range piece of kit, but the fact of life is that most of us can only afford these lower-end cards. So the release of the 370X is important.

Computing

HP to bring Skylake to Spectre X2 lineup with 12.5-inch convertible tablet

HP has reportedly decided to go all-out with the introduction of a Spectre x2 Windows tablet, complete with a Core M Skylake processor as well as a detachable keyboard.

Computing

Mad Max will run at 1080p on PS4 and Xbox One, players can drive forever

In a recent interview, developer Avalanche confirmed that the upcoming Mad Max will run at 1080p on both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Even better, you can drive forever because there is no actual end to the game's map.

Computing

In the future, your pet may be able to join you on a VR adventure, kind of

Don't want Spot the dog left out of your future VR adventures? Or, you'd rather not step on them when wearing a headset? The solution could be to zap them into the VR world with you, as this cool demo shows.

Computing

The HTC Vive’s launch date has shifted to 2016, putting it up against Oculus and Sony

HTC and its partner Valve have said the Vive virtual reality headset won't be available in significant quantities this year. Instead, the system is now on target for a launch during the first three months of 2016.

Wearables

Microsoft rolls out Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10532 with improved context menus and more

The latest Windows 10 build adds an improved look and feel to the context menu and public feedback, but otherwise just squashes bugs and makes small tweaks.

Computing

Apple finally lets Windows stream a keynote, but there’s a catch

Apple may be announcing the new iPhone in a press conference on September 9th, and for the first time Windows users can watch - but only if they use the Edge web browser available only in Windows 10.

Apple

Don’t lose your email! Here’s how to export and import your Outlook inbox

Your email can contain valuable information you don't want to lose, yet most people forget to back it up. Here's how to export your email from Outlook, and import them if you need to recover from a crash.

Computing

Total Warhammer’s dwarves are packing hefty axes and beards

Developer Creative Assembly has shared a new video, giving us a first glimpse at three of the dwarven units featured in its upcoming Games Workshop collaboration, Total War: Warhammer.

Gaming

Cut the middleman out of your screenshots with the Microsoft Snip beta

The Snip beta is a new extension to the Office productivity suite that enables users to take a snapshot of either a single active window or your PC's entire screen at the click of a button.

Computing

Dell’s new S2716DG G-Sync monitor is great for games, bad for your wallet

Dell has announced a new G-Sync supporting monitor that's packed with features. It has 1440p resolution, fast response time and a great refresh rate, but it is expensive. The company also revealed a curved 27-inch display.

Computing

Fed up with chintzy tablet keyboards? LG’s Rolly fits fours rows in your pocket

With a four-hinge folding system, LG's Rolly is a truly mobile tablet keyboard that doesn't compromise on the typing experience, and it fits in your pocket. It will be available in September for an undisclosed price.

Mobile