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What Do You need to Play Battlefield 1


In the eternal battle of Battlefield vs. Call of Duty, Electronic Arts once more pulled the trigger first and released Battlefield 1 on October 21th (to be followed by Call of Duty on November 4th). Following the first in-game experiences, we decided to do a review on game itself and on hardware needed to run this baby. There was much controversy surrounding Battlefield 1 and its return to World War I, also known as The Great War. Concerns about whether or not such delicate subject matter could ever be given the treatment it deserves, especially in a video game, are justified. This is unquestionably the


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AT&T Acquires Time Warner Inc.


AT&T Inc. has reached an agreement to buy Time Warner Inc. for $85.4 billion in a deal that would transform the phone company into a media giant. The wireless carrier agreed to pay $107.50 a share, evenly split between cash and stock. The companies said they expect the deal to close by the end of 2017. AT&T Chief Executive Randall Stephenson would head the new company, as the surviving entity. The companies said Time Warner Chief Executive Jeff Bewkes would stay for an interim period following the close of the deal to help with the transition. The combined business would pair the carrier’s millions of


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Apple to Abandon Intel Chips for Future Macs?


Rumors that Apple might eventually move its Macs to ARM began to float around minutes after the Apple-designed A4 started to tick inside the first-generation iPad. After all, the Mac already survived two major architectural transitions in its history: from Motorola’s 68000 to IBM’s PowerPC in 1994, then from PowerPC to Intel’s x86 in 2006. As the old proverb says, third time is a charm. Such a move isn’t excluded from Apple’s DNA. When Steve Jobs returned in 1997, the company made moves by ignoring the voice of the people and doing what it felt needed to be done, sometimes dragging consumers kicking and screaming along with them. The original iMac had


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NSFW: Miss Nanai Moans in English

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From the dawn of entertainment, the destiny of standards was often taken in hand by the Adult Entertainment industry. While frowned up in the West, several countries in the Far East have a much more relaxed attitude towards such forms of entertainment. That is probably due to the fact that they’re a highly regulated industry – more so than alcohol and tobacco, for example. Just like VHS, DVD and the online content streaming, adult entertainment is making inroads into Virtual Reality, with one of leading publishers launching their content in English. VRJCC is a Japan based indie group that produced “Let’s Play With Nanai!” claiming to