On Monday July 11 2016, Keith Stuart wrote an article for The Guardian that talks about Microsoft’s Xbox One and the games that come along with it. After this year’s E3 conference in Los Angeles, there was much talk about the Xbox One S that Microsoft had on display during this conference.


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By getting prepared for the Middle East’s major upcoming hardware, tools and machinery’s exhibition, a market analysis has shown that the fastest growing city in the world; Dubai, has an estimated line of work valued at 5.74 billion AED which includes imports, exports and also re-exports to other countries in the MENA region.


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On June 1st 2016, Karen Haslam released an article on Mac-world talking about the new Mac mini which includes information on the specifications, features, release dates, and rumors. It seems as if the Mac Mini has not been given an upgrade since 2014, however, this doesn’t mean that Apple will show something new this year. There has been a lot of rumors as to what kind of specifications will be in the Mac Mini. These rumors are based on past trends of what has been coming out to the marketplace with every upgrade.


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Last week on May 16th, Eben Upton, Founder of Raspberry Pi announced that the company would be launching a camera connector for their flagship product the Raspberry Pi Zero which made its own debut back in November of 2015. Upton revealed that the decision was made when it was discovered that the fine pitch FPC connector that is used on the Raspberry Pi’s Compute Module Development Kit fits almost seamlessly onto the right side of the Zero’s board.


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Nvidia, the American technology company which designs graphics processing units for the gaming market has recently announced their most recent gaming graphics processing units, the Ge-force GTX 1070 as well as the GTX 1080. These gaming graphics processing units are based on the most recent Pascal architecture and were initially revealed in early May. During the initial launch, Nvidia did not provide much information regarding the GTX 1070. Now, the company has revealed more information regarding the graphic card.


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M.2, formerly known as Next Generation Form Factor has created a power packed small-form-factor multi-purpose connector. It is stated that it will replace mSATA and mini- PCIe slots that are used in many laptops. Storage is the key feature, but not the only one. It also supports USB, SATA, and PCIe. These tiny drives will result in super-fast storage ability for your laptop and/or personal computer. Jon L. Jacobi of PC World states that,It is these units are nearly four times the speed of SATA, sitting at 2GBps.


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Intel, the American multi-nation technology company and one of the world’s highest valued and largest semiconductor chip makers, has recently deployed a co-processor of its own in order to compete with rivals AMD and Nvidia, both of which offer graphics processors. Intel’s co-processors are being offered in the form for field programmable gate arrays, or FPGAs. Field programmable gate arrays are incredibly fast chips which are capable of being reprogrammed in order to perform specific tasks.


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Consumer electronics company Saitek has recently unveiled the latest iteration of their popular hands on stick (HOTAS) flight simulation peripheral. Dubbed the X-56 Rhino, the new device allows for aspiring combat pilots to replicate exact flight controls in a virtual environment. In fact, the X-56 Rhino is designed to work in conjunction with a virtual reality head mount.


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Nvidia is turning its attention to gaming, automotive, and cloud computing applications, as they are now looking to sell their 3G and LTE modem business.


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