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Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey’s Music Bombards You With Ominous Chants – Kotaku Australia

Welcome to Morning Music, Kotaku’s daily hangout for folks who love video games and the cool-arse sounds they make. Today we’re checking out Shin Megami Tensei:…

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Nvidia’s RTX 3070 preorders were pure hell, so I live blogged – The Verge

Nvidia’s RTX 3070 graphics card is sold out at every retailer. And instead of writing a normal news post about how it sold out in a short amount of time, Taylor…

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On Thursday, Nvidia opened up preorders for the GeForce RTX 3070, the least-expensive of the three Ampere-powered graphics cards Nvidia announced during its September event. Its a very good card. But if youve been following the RTX 30 series the last couple of months, you will know its also been very difficult to get your hands on one, and it will likely remain difficult well into next year.
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Intel’s 11th Gen Core Rocket Lake Detailed: Ice Lake Core with Xe Graphics – AnandTech

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During a time of increased competitor activity, Intel has decided to disclose some of the high level details surrounding its next generation consumer processor, known as Rocket Lake or Intel’s 11th Gen Core. The new processor family is due in the market in the first quarter of 2021, and is expected to share a socket and motherboard compatibility with the current 10th Gen Comet Lake processors, providing an upgrade path even for those with a Core i9-10900K, Intel’s highest performing desktop processor…

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Samsung rolls out the November 2020 security update to the Galaxy Z Fold 2 – XDA Developers

In keeping with their recent update promptness, Samsung is now pushing the November 2020 security patch for the Galaxy Z Fold 2. Read on!

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Besides Googles generic Android Security Bulletin (ASB), Samsung also maintains a separate bulletin for assessing the impact of any actual or potential security vulnerability in the context of their ecosystem. A quick look at Samsungs Mobile Security portal reveals all the disclosed security vulnerabilities affecting closed-source vendor components, the underlying Linux kernel in Android, and various OS frameworks that have been fixed by the company till date. At the time of writing this article,…

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