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Gaming And Streaming: Which CPU Is Best For Both? – Tom's Hardware

Game streaming is immensely popular right now. And with more than 2 million broadcasters serving approximately 100 million viewers a month, Twitch is unquestionably the leading platform for gamers looking to show off their skills. Streaming is pretty easy to set up once you decide what you’ll use to encode …

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SWAT tragedy should put an end to gaming's worst hate attacks – VentureBeat

A joke gone bad ended in tragedy last week, and it brings into the spotlight one of the worst aspects of gaming culture. Last week, someone made a fake emergency call (known as swatting) to police in Wichita, Kansas, and the police shot an innocent man. On Friday, police in …

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The scammers gaming India's overcrowded job market – The Guardian

In mid-2017, a few months after I had moved to Delhi to work for a national newspaper, I began to browse job websites. Every other day, an Indian news report underlines the gap between jobs and jobseekers. In 2016, in one municipality, 19,000 people applied for 114 jobs; among those …

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Chime in: Do you miss the 'simple' days of gaming? – Windows Central

Games might be better than ever, but do you miss the simpler days of gaming? Video games have evolved a lot over recent decades, growing from niche beginnings to one of the biggest industries in entertainment. With growth not only for the industry but the technology behind it, games are …

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The Biggest Gaming News Stories of 2017 – Game Revolution

2017 is coming to an end, with us shutting the door on another eventful year for the gaming industry. While there were plenty of great games released over the past 365 days, there were also some pretty negative news stories circling around the medium, making it a year of both …

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Zotac ZBOX MAGNUS EN1080K Compact Gaming PC Review – AnandTech

We finally have the successor. After a troubled launch in late 2015 of the original Surface Book, Microsoft seemed to drag their feet when it came to updating what… 106 by Brett Howse on 12/21/2017 Today we’re taking a preview look at NVIDIA’s new …

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WHO: Video game addiction will become a recognized mental … – Quartz

The World Health Organization (WHO) has included “gaming disorder” in a draft of its upcoming 11th International Classification of Diseases—a book used by researchers and doctors to track and diagnose disease—describing it as “a pattern of persistent or recurrent gaming behaviour” that may include impaired control over gaming activities, and …

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PE Firm Doubles Down On Gaming, Is Buying It A Gamble? – Seeking Alpha

Clairvest Group (OTC:CVTGF) (TSE: “CVG”) was founded in 1987, based out of Toronto. It is a private equity management firm that is managing about $1.7 Billion (all dollars in Canadian unless otherwise mentioned). It is one of the four major publicly listed diversified private equity firms operating out of Canada; …

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BIR lists taxes on offshore gaming – Inquirer.net

Philippine offshore gaming operations (Pogo) licensed by the state-owned Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. will be slapped a number of taxes in a bid to lessen foregone revenues from such activities, the Bureau of Internal Revenue said. Under Revenue Memorandum Circular No. 102-2017 issued by Internal Revenue Commissioner Caesar R. …

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Gaming Disorders Officially Recognized by the World Health Organization – RollingStone.com

The World Health Organization (WHO) is recognizing “gaming disorder” as a mental health issue in the beta draft of its upcoming 11th International Classification of Diseases (via CNN). According to the WHO, the disorder is “characterized by a pattern of persistent or recurrent gaming behavior” both online and/or off. Meeting the …

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