Corsair K83 wireless keyboard review–wireless keyboard for Steam Link, control your SmartTV or play the console or smartphone

Corsair has just presented its new Corsair K83 wireless keyboard, designed to control all the entertainment of the home, comfortably sitting in the living room of our house. And is that this new model of the brand, makes the compatibility with different entertainment devices, one of its main advantages. Because this wireless keyboard is not only compatible with the use of personal computers. It is also with the use of devices for streaming video, SmartTV or mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets.

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Doom 2 will have Battle Royale for 64 players thanks to this mod

Retrodex Gaming, an independent developer, has managed to create a mod that will add a Battle Royale mode to the popular Doom 2 action game. This new mod will allow creating multiplayer games for a maximum of 64 players simultaneously, with bots present so that users can play when there are few users on the server for the game.

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Pioneer SPH-C19BT Review: affordable way to distraction free driving

Looks like Pioneer has taken the pledge to make the driving as distraction free as possible. Meet the Pioneer SPH-C19BT, an audio system for your car that uses your phone as touchscreen display. MyTechPartner team got early access to the Pioneer SPH-C19BT and have been using it from past two weeks. Here is our Pioneer SPH-C19BT review.

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Logitech G502 HERO and K600 TV: new gaming mouse and wireless keyboard

During the celebration of the IFA 2018 in Berlin, the brand specialized in the design and manufacture of peripherals, Logitech, has presented its new gaming mouse Logitech G502 HERO, plus its new wireless keyboard Logitech K600 TV. Both peripherals should reach the international market in the coming months.

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Next-gen consoles will need 7.4 TFLOPs to reach 4K and 30 FPS

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A lot of emphasis is being placed, now that the two main consoles of the market are approaching the end of their life cycle, in which the next-gen consoles should be able to move the games with a 4K resolution and, at least, with a fps rate of 30 FPS. AMD has a lot to say about this. According to statements from AMD by Timothy Lottes, for a next-gen console to be able to play content at a 4K resolution and at least 30 FPS, it would need the console to be able to generate up to 7.4 TFLOPS of capacity. computation on the part of your graphic card. And we’re talking about doing it with a level of detail similar to what the current PlayStation 4 can produce.

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Razer Atrox and Razer Panthera Arcade Stick are new arcade controls for Xbox One and PS4 with Dragon Ball decoration

Razer Panthera Arcade Stick

The specialist in the design and manufacture of gaming peripherals, Razer, has just presented its new arcade controls Razer Atrox Arcade Stick and Razer Panthera Arcade Stick. Decorated with an eye-catching design based on the Dragon Ball FighterZ game, the new controls have been created to be used with the current Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles. Inspired by the usual traditional arcade machines (which we have all played with more or less devotion when we were young), the arcade controls are a market share of the market that is very popular among those who know how to enjoy the experience of pounding several buttons simultaneously. If we told you about the hours we spent standing in front of an arcade machine, you would not believe us.

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AMD Radeon Vega 20 graphics cards benchmarks are in

AMD Radeon Vega 20 benchmarks

The first results of the next AMD Radeon Vega 20 graphics card have been filtered in the 3DMark11 benchmark. This new graphical core is a reduction in the manufacturing node of the current AMD Radeon Vega 10 graphics cards to the 7 nm node, with some improvements that would help them gain some performance. We can not deny that the current AMD Radeon RX Vega graphics cards have been a blessing / curse mix for AMD. Its performance has always been far from what users expected from the beginning of them. However, for AMD the ballot has been saved by the excellent performance of its graphical core AMD Radeon Vega 10 in computing operations, which has led it to become one of the most widely used models in cryptocurrency mining.

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Asus Arez graphics cards announced

Asus Arez graphics cards

Asus has changed its for AMD Radeon RX-series graphics cards. This means that the Nvidia graphics cards will continue to carry STRIX brand name and AMD GPUs will carry AREZ branding. This will help gamers identify an Asus branded AMD GPU easily. These graphics cards will be made available in selected markets from May 2018. Asus has upgraded the software too with each AREZ GPU coming with GPU Tweak II that makes gaming and overclocking easier than ever. With just one clock, you will be able to maximize system performance by getting rid of redundant processes and allocating all the available resources automatically to the game.

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Coinbase CryptoCurrency Exchange sued for insider trading

This is a class action on behalf of all Coinbase customers who placed purchase, sale or trade orders with Coinbase or the GDAX in connection with Coinbase’s launch of BCH during the period of December 19, 2017 through and including December 21, 2017 (the “Class Period”) and who suffered monetary loss as a result of Defendants’ wrongdoing (the “Class”). Excluded from the Class are Defendants, any entity owned or controlled by them, and any officer, director, employee or agent of any of the Defendants, and any heirs, assigns, or family members of any individual defendant.

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Coinbase is one of the most popular and accessible exchanges for the purchase, sale and use of Bitcoins, with more customers than Charles Schwab. By opening a Coinbase account, a person can obtain Bitcoins, and either buy and sell them or use them as currency with retailers and other businesses who accept Bitcoin as payments. Coinbase maintains a digital currency exchange known as the GDAX, which caters primarily to institutional and professional currency traders.

Coinbase customers can set up what is known as a wallet, in which they keep their Bitcoins for later use or for investment.

As one of the largest exchanges for the purchase and sale of Bitcoin, (and effectively a monopoly), the issue of whether Coinbase will maintain a market and support a cryptocurrency is essential to people who want to buy or sell the currencies. On about August 6, 2017, Coinbase abruptly changed course, and announced that it would allow current Coinbase customers at the time of the hard fork to withdraw their BCH but not until January 2018, but that it still would not support the currency.

On December 19, 2017, a month after tipping off its own employees as to when it would commence fully supporting BCH, Coinbase suddenly announced that it was opening up its books to the buying and selling of BCH within minutes after its announcements.

Unsurprisingly, those who had been tipped off, immediately swamped Coinbase and the GDAX with buy and sell orders, thinning the liquidity but obtaining BCH at fair prices. The market effect was to unfairly drive up the price of BCH for non-insider traders once BCH came on line on the Coinbase exchange.

The remaining Coinbase customers, however, were not so lucky. Within minutes, but after its insiders were able to sell their shares, Coinbase stopped the trading in BCH, and cancelled the outstanding orders of other customers, claiming that there was no more liquidity in the issue. They opened BCH for purchase, sale and trading the next day, and again within minutes, closed the books and cancelled all the outstanding order while insiders and those who had prior knowledge of Coinbase’s confidential information, were able to buy, sell and trade.

When Coinbase’s customers’ trades were finally executed, it was only after the insiders had driven up the price of BCH, and thus the remaining Bitcoin customers only received their BCH at artificially inflated prices that had been manipulated well beyond the fair market value of BCH at that time.

Rumors of insider trading, given the one month tip off that Coinbase gave to its employees, immediately started circulating. Although the Company, through its chief executive officer, Armstrong publicly announced that the Company had an insider trading policy, and that it was undertaking an internal investigation of the insider trading allegation, to date, neither Armstrong nor the Company has disclosed the result of its purported investigation.

Plaintiff brings this action on behalf of all Coinbase customers who were harmed by the Company’s changing statements in connection with its launch of BCH, and who were damaged by Defendants’ negligence in the handling of the launch.

This action is brought under diversity jurisdiction under the Class Action Fairness Act, 28 U.S.C. §1332(d), in that the named Plaintiff is a citizen of a state different from the Defendants, and the aggregate amount in controversy for all Class members exceeds $5,000,000, exclusive of interest and costs.

Venue is proper in this Judicial District pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1391(b) and Section 27 of the Exchange Act (15 U.S.C. § 78aa(c)). Substantial acts in furtherance of the alleged conduct have occurred in this Judicial District. Many of the acts charged herein, including the dissemination of materially false and/or misleading information and the manipulation of the Company’s stock, occurred in substantial part in this Judicial District, as did the acts of negligence.

Plaintiff is a citizen of Arizona. On December 19, 2017, at 5 p.m. PST, Plaintiff attempted to purchase BCH within five minutes of Coinbase announcing that it was going to support BCH. Plaintiff’s orders were not executed until 1:06 p.m. December 20, at which time, Plaintiff learned that his order was executed and that he had purchased BCH at the inflated price of $4,200.98 per BCH. Plaintiff’s order was executed at prices 100% greater than the price at the time that he submitted his buy order.

Coinbase maintains its principal place of business in San Francisco, California and is incorporated in Delaware. It is one of the most powerful digital currency exchanges in the world, buying and selling Bitcoin, BCH, Litecoin, and Ethereum.

It does so through a secure platform, in which customers can buy, sell, transfer or store their digital current in electronic wallets. Although Coinbase maintains a digital currency exchange known as the GDAX, for the most part, it services professional traders and institutions, leaving Coinbase to act and the main broker and underwriter for retail customers wishing to purchase digital currencies.