Memory giant SK Hynix is making another run at consumer SSDs

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Memory giant SK Hynix is making another run at consumer SSDs

SK Hynix is best known as a supplier of both DRAM and NAND flash memory chips, and you may even own a kit of RAM, graphics card, or storage product that uses its stuff. For the most part, however, SK Hynix has been content to stay on the supplier side of the equation. That's what makes its new Gold S31 SSD line at least mildly interesting.

Blair Witch trailer shows completely safe and normal forest

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Blair Witch trailer shows completely safe and normal forest

Things didn't go well for the documentary crew who explored Blair Witch's woods in the 1999 film, but they weren't a cop, and they didn't have a cop dog called Bullet by their side. The game has you investigating the disappearance of a young boy in the same region where the Blair Witch is rumoured to hunt. I'm sure the kid's just fine.

Superhot Team is now funding games but says it's 'totally not a publisher'

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Superhot Team is now funding games but says it's 'totally not a publisher'

Superhot Team is getting into the publishing game, kind of. Superhot Presents, announced today, is a funding initiative designed to help indies who don't want or need a traditional publisher. The Frog Detective adventure game series and Knuckle Sandwich, a retro RPG, are the first to take advantage of the fund. 

No Man's Sky Beyond's first update tackles stability issues

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No Man's Sky Beyond's first update tackles stability issues

No Man's Sky Beyond launched yesterday, and while some astronauts have been socialising in space and playing in VR for the first time, others have been getting booted out before they get to the good stuff. A new update, released today, aims to tackle some of these stability issues. It was tested on the experimental branch last night, but it's now live for everyone on PC. 

Celebrate whatever Intel Gaming Days is with discounts on Lenovo desktops and laptops

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Celebrate whatever Intel Gaming Days is with discounts on Lenovo desktops and laptops

Alongside a broad back-to-school promotion, Lenovo is also slashing prices on a bunch of its Legion prebuilt desktops and laptops in an event it's calling Intel Gaming Days. Running from August 15th through September 1st, the sale features price cuts on a huge range of Legion systems, from their Y-series of laptops to their traditional desktops and bulky Cubes. Lenovo's systems, particularly its laptops, have historically reviewed pretty well, so shaving several hundred dollars off the price of one is an appealing prospect.