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It's Hard To Go Back To Sub-60 FPS Gaming – Kotaku

On today’s Kotaku Splitscreen, we’re talking about noir games, how to get your husband into The Witcher 3, PC vs. consoles, and much much more. First, Kirk and I jump into news on Mafia 3‘s developer laying people off, Kentucky’s governor blaming video games for shootings, and the System Shock …

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Apple files for updated Apple TV trademark potentially hinting at more advanced gaming capabilities – 9to5Mac

Apple has apparently updated its Apple TV trademark with new conditions related to gaming. Patently Apple reports today that the company filed an updated trademark last Friday to cover gaming use cases, a move that the site calls “a significant update that has to be taken seriously.” Sylvania HomeKit Light …

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Art, gaming, and hardware: A few days with the Surface Book 2 – Windows Central

Last year I wrote about how I moved from a Surface Book to a Razer Blade 14, despite being, for the most part, completely happy with the Surface Book. The reasons for switching were numerous, but ultimately boil down to power. The original Surface Book was a dual-core device, with …

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Boyd Gaming slips after earnings miss – Seeking Alpha

Boyd Gaming (NYSE:BYD) slides in after-hours trading after the company missed estimates on both lines of its Q4 report. The casino company generated a 6.5% increase in revenue to a record $591M. Adjusted EBITDA was up 6.9% to $139M, including $64.5M from the Las Vegas locals segment. CEO update: “Our …

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Lincoln County charitable gaming – a win for gamblers and the community – knopnews2

North Platte, Neb. (KNOP) – Charitable gaming is the state’s answer to satisfying a desire to gamble, while helping communities grow. In 2017, Lincoln County had charitable gaming revenues of:Bingo: $106,421Pickle Cards: $989,289Lottery/Raffle: $151,832Keno: $6,622,834 2017 LIncoln County totals were $7,870,376 (which was up from $7,061,230 in 2016). Dawson County: …

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The dumbest armour in PC gaming history – PC Gamer

Historically, the main purpose of armor was to protect your guts from incoming weapons or look shiny and impressive for ceremonial purposes. In games, it’s often tough to tell what the blacksmith was thinking. Whether it’s over-engineered spiky nonsense or skimpy BDSM gear, its most common job seems to be …

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Gaming is all about bringing people together. There will be plenty of that this weekend. – News & Observer

Younger readers may not be aware of this, but there was a time in American culture when it was not cool to like games. Video games, board games, role-playing games – all were considered the purview of nerds and geeks. And to be clear, nerds and geeks weren’t cool, either. …

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Top gaming stocks – Motley Fool

Gambling is an integral part of the history of humanity, and today’s massive casino resorts are just the latest incarnation of an institution that dates back millennia into the past. The modern casino industry refers to the gambling that its patrons do through slot machines, table games, and sports books …

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The dark side of the gaming community – Reader's Feature – Metro

Kingdom Come: Deliverance – does the gaming community have a problem? A reader offers a controversial view on gaming’s attitude to race and social issues, and the vitriolic manner in which it is often discussed. We need to talk about gaming’s attitude to race and social issues. It polarises instantly …

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Just 1 hour of gaming may improve attention – Medical News Today

Medical News Today Just 1 hour of gaming may improve attentionMedical News TodayResearchers suggest that gaming for just 1 hour may boost attention. The study — which was conducted by scientists from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China in Chengdu — found that participants who spent 1 …

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