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Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter set to arrive on Xbox One and PC on May 27

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Intel plans to roll out an update to stop you overclocking locked processors

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It has been possible with Intel's latest Skylake processors to overclock even the locked family of chips. Motherboard manufacturers have made it so even those who opt for the more affordable (but locked) Intel processors can get more out of the component, but Intel is set to shut down this little unofficial party by releasing an update to block any form of overclocking on locked processors.

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EA's platformer puzzle game Unravel now available on Xbox One, PC

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India's telecom regulator bans Free Basics in the country

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Deadpool, NBA 2K16 and Mortal Kombat X highlight this week's Deals with Gold

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Skylake-powered Dell XPS 15 snags bug-fixing BIOS update

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Status update and sneak peek at the new Windows Central App for Windows 10

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Facebook Beta for Windows Phone snags another minor update

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Some Office 365 users accidentally got capped at 1TB of OneDrive storage

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Windows Store issues cause publishing delays for developers

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Plague Inc adds Simian Flu for Windows Phone, Xbox One version supports custom scenarios

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SteelSeries Siberia X800 wireless headset review

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Wireless headsets like the SteelSeries 800 have a big advantage in the comfort department. The X800 connects wirelessly to its audio receiver, allowing you to listen to your Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and other devices without the need for a cable. You'll still need a wire for voice chat with some of those platforms, though. Read our full review with video to find out just how comfortable and convenient the Siberia X800 is to use!

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Insomniac Games tells us about its new underwater adventure Song of the Deep

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Song of the Deep is an underwater Metroidvania-style action game starring a young girl who builds a submarine to search for her father. A new Metroidvania game is always good news, but the fact that this one comes from Sunset Overdrive developer Insomniac Games makes it doubly so. We recently interviewed Brian Hastings of Insomniac about Song of the Deep at PAX South. Read on for impressions and the interview and gameplay video!

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Sweet Valentine's Day gifts for the tech lover in your life

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