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Mad Catz brand returns from the dead

Mad Catz brand returns from the dead

The R.A.T. AIR is a new model of the notable and fully-adjustable gaming mouse, which now features a wireless power system. Mad Catz had a long shelf life as a manufacturer of third-party hardware, peripherals, and arcade sticks. The new company will reportedly more closely mirror the late Mad Catz outside of the console and licensed peripheral sectors, putting out reasonable, high-end wares with an initial focus on the PC market.


Sony Xperia XA2, XA2 Ultra, and L2 press renders leak

Sony Xperia XA2, XA2 Ultra, and L2 press renders leak

What is certain is the processing power of the Xperia A2 Ultra, which will come from Snapdragon 830 octa-core chip, clocking in at around 2.2 gigahertz (GHz). "For the Xperia XA2 Ultra, the specs appear to be about the same, but it features a 6" FHD display and dual 15-megapixel selfie cameras. Both sides can record 4K videos.


Nokia 6(2018) unveiled in China with SD 630,4GB of RAM

Nokia 6(2018) unveiled in China with SD 630,4GB of RAM

Compared to Nokia 6 first generation, the Nokia 6 second generation drops the stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos for a single speaker. The body is made out of the same 6000 series aluminum as the Nokia 6 (2017 ), while the photography department gets an identical 16MP rear/8MP front combo.


Samsung Galaxy A8 Now Available To Pre-order

Samsung Galaxy A8 Now Available To Pre-order

The new Galaxy S9 renders do not reveal anything new, but they do confirm the previous leaks. In the renders, first spotted by Android Headlines on Weibo , look a lot like official press renders. Many different methods were attempted to revive the smartphone, but there was no bringing it back to the land of the living. The S9 Plus would also feature a higher 6GB RAM compared to the S9's 4GB.


These are Steam's most lucrative video games of 2017

These are Steam's most lucrative video games of 2017

Of the 12 games listed in the Platinum category, they're almost all competitive in some way, and a good chunk of them are hugely popular esports games. All three of these games are pretty cheap to buy, especially Dota 2 which is free, but they all have the potential for players to pay extra for in-game cosmetic items, which is where the majority of the money will be coming from.