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Xbox console exclusive ‘CrossfireX’ has been delayed to 2021

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Microsoft’s already thin Xbox Series X and Series S launch lineup has suffered another casualty. CrossfireX, the upcoming competitive first-person shooter for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC, will miss its originally planned 2020 release date…

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‘Cyberpunk 2077’ is delayed again, this time to December 10th

By cd projekt red, cyberpunk 2077, engadget, gaming, personal computing, playstation 4, playstation 5, ps5, video games, xbox one, xbox series s, Xbox Series X

CD Projekt Red has delayed Cyberpunk 2077 once again. The studio has moved the game’s release date by 21 days, from November 19th to December 10th. The delay affects all versions of the title.“Most likely, there are many emotions and questions…

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The remaster of the ’90s ‘Blade Runner’ game has been delayed

By blade runner, delay, engadget, gaming, nightdive studios, personal computing, playstation 4, ps4, remaster, video games, westwood studios, xbox one

Fans of Westwood’s classic 1997 Blade Runner adventure game will have to wait to play its Enhanced Edition rerelease. The remaster had been slated to come out later this year, but it’s now delayed until at the earliest 2021. In an interview wi…

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Acer’s first Chromebooks with Snapdragon 7c offer low-cost LTE

By acer, Chrome OS, chromebook, chromebook spin 513, computer, engadget, gear, google assistant, laptop, laptops, News, personal computing, smart speaker, snapdragon 7c

Acer is still finding ways to produce stand-out Chromebooks. The PC maker has unveiled its first Chrome OS laptops with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 7c, the Chromebook Spin 513 and its Enterprise Spin 513 counterpart, and both promise to keep you goi…

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Razer’s BlackWidow Elite drops to an all-time low of $90 for Prime Day

By commerce, engadget, engadgetdeals, gaming, gear, News, personal computing, primeday20, primedaytech20, razer, thebuyersguide, video games

If the high price of mechanical keyboards has kept you from taking the plunge, look no further than Amazon Prime Day. Until October 14th at 2:45AM ET, the retailer is discounting Razer’s BlackWidow Elite keyboard to $89.99, down from its sugge…

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Indie RPG ‘Indivisible’ won’t get any more updates after studio closure

By 505 games, action rpg, av, crowdfunding, engadget, gaming, lab zero, lab zero games, News, nintendo switch, personal computing, playstation 4, ps4, video games

After weeks of turmoil at the studio that created it, we now have a better idea of what will happen to indie RPG Indivisible. 505 Games, the game’s publisher, announced on Friday Indivisible won’t get any additional updates after a final Ninte…

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Lenovo’s Thinkpad X1 Fold is available for pre-order starting at $2,499

By engadget, foldable, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, lenovo, lenovo thinkpad x1 fold, Microsoft, Mobile, News, pc, personal computing, personalcomputing, tablet, thinkpad, thinkpad x1 fold, thinkpadx1fold

After five years of development, Lenovo is almost ready to start shipping the Thinkpad X1 Fold, which it claims is the first PC with a foldable display. It has opened up pre-orders for the device, which starts at $2,499.The Thinkpad X1 Fold ha…

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Dell updated its 13-inch XPS laptops with 11th-gen Intel CPUs

By 11th gen, 2-in-1, dell, engadget, gear, intel, intel evo, intelevo, laptop, laptops, linux, News, personal computing, thunderbolt 4, thunderbolt4, tiger lake, ubuntu, xps, xps 13, xps 13 2-in-1, xps 13 developer edition, xps13, xps13developeredition

Dell is upgrading several of its XPS laptops with 11th-generation Intel processors. The refreshed XPS 13 2-in-1, XPS 13 and XPS 13 Developer Edition are the first Dell laptops to receive Intel’s Evo certification. That means they support fast …

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Windows XP source code leak sheds light on Microsoft’s OS history

By engadget, gear, Internet, leak, Microsoft, News, operating system, personal computing, Security, Software, Source Code, windows, windows server, Windows XP

Microsoft is no stranger to Windows source code leaks, but a new incident might just provide insights into its history. Bleeping Computer and ZDNet report that a 4chan user has posted what’s believed to be source code for Windows XP Service Pa…

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HP’s first Intel 11th-gen laptops use recycled ocean-bound plastics

By amd ryzen 4000, engadget, gear, hp, laptops, News, ocean bound plastics, pavilion, pavilion 14, pavilion 15, personal computing, recycling

HP has unveiled its latest 13-, 14- and 15-inch Pavilion laptops that are its first to use 11th-generation Intel Core processors and Iris XE graphics that should deliver a huge GPU boost over last-gen Intel chips. They’re also among the compan…

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