You Can Now Play Google Stadia Games on Xbox

Microsoft is rolling out an all-new Xbox Dashboard, and more importantly, it’s finally bringing the Chromium version of its Edge browser to Xbox. This browser is a near-perfect port of Edge browser that you use on PC or Mac, and as such, it lets you use Google Stadia or Discord on your Xbox One or Xbox Series X/S console.

NVIDIA Brings DLSS AI Upscaling to Windows 11

A new NVIDIA driver adds DLSS support to 28 new games, plus official certification for Windows 11. The AI-powered upscaling software increases game resolution without wasting processing power, allowing PCs to run games at 4K without sacrificing FPS, draw distance, or other in-game quality settings.

Spending Time in VR Can Have Real-World Consequences

Virtual Reality (VR) is becoming more mainstream. Headset sales are increasing yearly as the business, research, and entertainment worlds continue to explore what the medium can offer. Unfortunately, there may be times when the headset comes off, but bits of the virtual world continues to linger.

TP-Link’s New Wi-Fi 6 Router Isolates Bandwidth for Your Gaming Rig

We first saw the TP-Link Archer GX90 Wi-Fi 6 gaming router at CES 2020, and after waiting for over a year, it’s finally available to purchase. It’s an exciting option at just $250, offering dedicated gaming features and mesh Wi-Fi support, plus notable improvements over the company’s previous C5400X router and specs that usually cost upward of $300.
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