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Call of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies trailer revealed (officially this time)

We got a look at the Nazi Zombies in the upcoming Call of Duty: WWII game a few days ago, but we weren‘t supposed to. That leak spoiled the fun for Activision, perhaps, but gave fans their first look at the nazis that will be included in the franchise‘s next iteration. Following on its heels comes the official trailer for Continue reading

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Fidget spinners branded mind-controlling western evil by Russia

Fidget spinners they came from seemingly nowhere to win the hearts and empty hours of youth across the world, and Russia isn‘t happy about it. The nation has been spouting some odd anti-fidget spinner nonsense as of late, indicating that they may be a diabolical anti-Russia trinket from the West set to zombify and turn Russian youth. In case Continue reading

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Microsoft Surface Laptop Review: The anti-MacBook Pro

Microsoft knows how to make sleek hardware. If the Surface Book is handsome but bulky, and the Surface Pro is more minimalistic but suffers a less-compelling keyboard, then the Surface Laptop falls happily in-between. You don‘t get a fancy detachable display, no, or even a 360-degree hinge. Instead, it‘s a neatly finished, beguiling traditional laptop form-factor with some eminently pleasing Continue reading

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Note 8: Samsung Unpacked event in August confirmed

This afternoon invitations for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 event were released to the press with a tagline: Do bigger things. If that weren‘t enough to entice the public to get pumped up about the event itself, the silhouettes of the device and its new S Pen might. This event invite revealed the day of the event and the timing, Continue reading

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Moto Z2 Force US model tipped with stunted specs and smaller battery

The Moto Z2 Force may prove a disappointment for U.S. buyers if a new report is accurate. According to leaked marketing materials, the model sold in the U.S. will have more modest specs than the versions sold elsewhere, one example being the inclusion of only 4GB of RAM versus the 6GB everyone else will get. The battery, too, will shed Continue reading

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Atari Speakerhat is somehow both genius and ridiculous

Atari seems to be a very busy company at the moment. Not only did it recently unveil its new Ataribox console, but it‘s also breaking into the world of apparel. Say hello to the Atari Speakerhat, the perfect head accessory for nearly anyone who has accepted that absurdity is now the norm on this wonderful planet of ours. What is Continue reading

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Smart fish tank helped hackers infiltrate a casino

Internet-connected gadgets can be great, but they‘re not without their risks. We‘ve seen warnings over poor IoT security from watchdogs and the government alike, and we‘ve seen multiple instances where poor security has resulted in various data breaches. The latest example of this risk comes from a North American casino which was left exposed to hackers due to a smart Continue reading

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China‘s artificial intelligence plan aims for world-leader status by 2025

Artificial intelligence is a hot industry with governments and private companies alike scrambling to stay ahead. Earlier today, China announced a plan to make itself one of the global leaders in AI technologies, something that would see the nation‘s core artificial intelligence industries exceeding the 22 billion valuation mark by the year 2020 and, assuming everything goes as planned, exceeding Continue reading

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This 79 AI USB stick could democratize deep learning

In September of last year, Intel announced that it had acquired Movidius. Modivius is a company that does a lot of different things, from making avoidance sensors for DJI drones to developing deep learning technologies with a handful of different partners. Today we‘re seeing some of the deep learning fruits of that buyout, with Intel introducing us to the Movidius Continue reading

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Super Mario makeup kit is the bizarre brainchild of Nintendo and Shu Uemura

Popular cosmetics line Shu Uemura has teamed up with Nintendo to launch a special new makeup set. Why Nintendo? Because the makeup set revolves around the company‘s most popular video game franchise: Super Mario. The makeup is inspired the massively popular game franchise, though it‘s more accurate to say that the packaging is inspired by it: the makeup is just Continue reading

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CarPlay Google Play Music support now available

Google Play Music users can now access the app through Apple‘s CarPlay, with a new update quietly adding it to the short list of third-party services. The new version of Google‘s music app joins Amazon, Spotify, and a select few others with CarPlay support, with a much simplified interface promising to be easier and safer to access while on the Continue reading

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Update your iPhone and Mac right now, ASAP

Apple released two security updates this week, one for iPhones and iPads, the other for macOS computers like the MacBook. This set of updates is absolutely imperative for all users as it fixes a security hole that can potentially take over your device through a Wi-fi connection. Updating a MacOS device or an iOS device can be done right now Continue reading

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YouTube TV arrives in 10 new US markets: here‘s the list

YouTube TV is now available in 10 additional markets, representing a big uptick in the number of still-limited regions in which the livestreaming television service is available. YouTube TV is, in case you hadn‘t heard, Google‘s own alternative to DirecTV NOW, Hulu Live TV, PlayStation Vue, and Sling TV, giving consumers access to (in this case) a skinny bundle of Continue reading

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Google Motion Stills for Android is here: Why you need it

Last year, Google launched an app called Motion Stills for iOS users. Motion Stills worked in tandem with the iPhone‘s Live Photos feature, turning them into shareable GIFs and stabilizing them in the process. Of course, with no such Live Photos feature on Android, the app stayed exclusive to iOS devices - until today, that is. In a post to Continue reading

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Windows 10 older CPU cut-off: what you need to know

Microsoft‘s newest way of working with Windows - Windows 10 specifically - limits the hardware a person can use if they want updates. This might not seem crazy to the average PC user - it might even make a lot of sense in a very basic way. You want new software, you need new hardware, right? Not quite so fast Continue reading

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Samsung Bixby videos show why the S8 assistant is special

Samsung‘s Bixby Voice may have taken longer than expected to reach the Galaxy S8, but now the company is wasting no time explaining just why it thinks its Assistant is better than Google or Apple‘s. In a new series of videos, Samsung has started digging through the functionality Bixby offers on the smartphone - and will also support on upcoming Continue reading

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Rare NES game sells for a fortune (you won‘t guess which one)

When it comes to game collecting, there are a lot of hard to find video games that cost a pretty penny. Unboxed copies of Chrono Trigger, for instance, routinely sell for more than 100 on eBay, while a handful of copies of the infamous Atari game E.T. the Extra Terrestrial sold for around 1,500 after being exhumed from a landfill Continue reading

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Intel Core i9: 12-cores could still fall short of AMD Ryzen Threadripper

Even though neither CPU has shipped yet, the battle between Intels incoming Core i9 and AMDs Ryzen Threadripper is already heating up. Aside from the die-hard fans of both companies doing their standard chirping from one another, we now have published clock rates for both camps. As it turns out, Intel‘s Core i9 could still be outpaced by Ryzen Threadripper, Continue reading

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Apple Clips puts Disney favorites in revamped video app

Apple may have been fairly quiet about its Clips app since the iPhone video editing tool went live in April, but it‘s getting a big update today. Clips 1.1 is available to download in the App Store, but if you bought an iOS device recently you well already have it. Launched alongside, rather than replacing iMovie for iOS, Clips was Continue reading

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Amazon robot plan almost too good to be true

Amazon had an idea for a robot that would live its life charging up other devices. This robot would call when bidden, and would be able to follow the user around when there‘s a need to walk. This robot - or army of robots - would address a problem that many citizens have at airports every single day of the Continue reading

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iPhone 2018: Samsung chip win leak comes under attack

When it comes to making the beating heart of the iPhone, competition between chip-makers is fierce, and 2018 looks set to be no different. Despite reports that Samsung will sneak back into the 2018 iPhone as the manufacturer of the Apple A12, there are now conflicting claims that, in reality, another Apple partner will get the coveted - and lucrative Continue reading

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Elon Musk Hyperloop for 29 min NY-DC ride given go-ahead [Updated]

Elon Musk‘s ambitious Hyperloop tunnel digging plan has been given the green light to go digging on the East Coast, potentially cutting the trip from New York to Washington D.C. to under half an hour. The news, described by Musk this morning as verbal government approval on Twitter, is yet to be confirmed by transport regulators. However, it‘s a considerable Continue reading

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J.K Rowling will release two new ‘Harry Potter‘ books this year

This year is going to be a big one for author J.K. Rowling - not only because she‘s bringing an epic 20th Anniversary Harry potter exhibit to the world. This first exhibit will take place at the British Library - but we‘re crossing our fingers that it‘ll eventually make a world tour, what with all its history of magic and Continue reading

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Nintendo N64 Classic Edition may just have been outed

Given the massive success of the NES Classic Edition and the fact that an SNES follow up will be launching in September, it feels relatively safe to assume that Nintendo will want to release an N64 Classic Edition at some point. Today we may be getting our first indication that such a retro console is in the works. A new Continue reading

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