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A Qualcomm Snapdragon XR two processor with 8 gigabytes of memory, a 21 60 by 21 60 display per eye, and three hours of use. There will also be a 256 gigabyte model for €499, about $492. Pre orders begin September 23rd, shipping mid October, and there are no plans to launch in North America. Logitech officially announced its G Cloud gaming handheld running Android. It has a 7 inch 1080p touchscreen with a 16 9 aspect ratio and 60 hertz refresh rate. It runs on a Snapdragon 7 20 G processor with four gigabytes of ram, and 64 gigabytes of storage, while claiming 12 hours of battery life. It will come with the Google Play Store, Xbox cloud gaming, and Nvidia GeForce now. It's available now for 349 99, arriving October 17th, but there's a $100 discount if you order early. Gaming cheat maker aim junkies filed suit against destiny two game developer bungie, alleging bungee hacked into the laptop of one of the managers of Phoenix digital group, alleged creators of the cheating software. The suit further alleges bungee broke aim junkies terms of service and also violated the DMCA. Last year bungee filed suit against aim junkies for copyright infringement, which ended up dismissed this April, but bungie was able to refile in May, the suit is ongoing. And EA announced some new additions to FIFA 23, Ted Lasso in the club AFC Richmond, Jason Sudeikis title character from the Apple TV plus show Ted Lasso, will be playable as a manager with the actor having been digitally scanned in for a pixel perfect appearance. Roy Kent's actor Brett Goldstein expressed his enthusiasm for joining FIFA, but I can't read the quote because there was swearing. For

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