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How to convert Facebook Profile to Page

  Facebook is the biggest and most popular social networking website. If you have a Facebook profile and you want to convert your Facebook profile into a Page and move all the details from profile to page, here is what you have to do. Let’s assume

Soulcalibur VI launches on Xbox One and PC

Many months ago at The Game Awards 2017, Bandai Namco revealed Soulcalibur VI. Fans have been waiting for the return of this legendary fighting franchise for a while now, so here's hoping this latest entry doesn't disappoint. Soulcalibur is known for its guest characters. Last time

Crucial's First NVMe SSD: P1 M.2 With QLC NAND

Micron's consumer-oriented Crucial brand is finally entering the world of NVMe SSDs with the new Crucial P1 M.2 SSD. The P1 is an entry-level NVMe drive using four bit per cell (QLC) NAND flash memory and the Silicon Motion SM2263 controller. This is the same basic

The Microsoft Surface Pro 6 Review: More Than A Color

Microsoft is in a bit of a unique place in the PC space compared to other manufacturers. Other than Apple, Microsoft is the only company that controls both the hardware and software sides, and when the Surface lineup launched way back in 2012, Microsoft’s goal was

Corsair Launches Force Series MP510 NVMe SSD

Today Corsair is launching the Force Series MP510 as their new high-end M.2 NVMe SSD. The MP510 is a big improvement over the preceding MP500, replacing the Phison E7 controller with the new E12 controller and switching from planar MLC NAND to Toshiba's 64-layer 3D TLC

Fallout 76 Brotherhood of Steel retcon explained by Bethesda

Fallout fans take their lore seriously, and last week a post suggesting Bethesda had retconned the Brotherhood of Steel into Fallout 76 prompted many to furiously debate the organisation's roots. The discussion stemmed from an in-game note from Fallout 76 which mentions the Brotherhood of Steel's

Three Crysis games now backwards compatible on Xbox One

Microsoft currently seems to be on a mission to make every single game Xbox backwards compatible. Which is great news for us, really, as creatures of nostalgia. The latest games to be made backwards compatible are those in the Crysis series - including the original, og…