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GOG‘s Most Wanted sale discounts some excellent PC games

While Steam gets most of the attention when it comes to big PC gaming sales, the folks over at GOG know how to put together a good bunch of deals too. Today, GOG kicked off its Most Wanted Games Sale, which discounts the most wishlisted games from its users. It‘s definitely a good idea to check this sale out, then, Continue reading

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Beoplay P6 is the most chic bluetooth speaker of them all

There‘s a new smart speaker in town, and it comes from BO PLAY. That‘s a Bang Olufsen brand, and it means this speaker‘s gonna be banging out the beats in a top-notch fashion. This speaker was designed by industrial design master Cecilie Manz, creator of some of the world‘s most elegant modern devices and high-end furniture today. Have a Continue reading

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Dark Souls: Remastered Nintendo Switch version delayed

Dark Souls: Remastered is one of the most exciting games coming to the Nintendo Switch this year, but we‘re going to have to wait a bit longer to get it. Today, Bandai Namco announced that the Switch version of Dark Souls: Remastered has been delayed, meaning it will miss its original May 25 release date. The good news is that Continue reading

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ASUS AREZ graphics cards revealed with AMD RX innards

The gaming team at ASUS revealed the ASUS AREZ line of graphics cards this week, complete with AMD inside. The first line of AREZ branded GPUs from ASUS were announced with AMD RX Vega 64 and AMR RX Vega 56 hardware at their base. They‘ll be launching their own versions of the AMD RX 580 and AMD RX 570 graphics Continue reading

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LG G7 release details leak: Date with big specs

Today we‘re having a peek at the LG G7 ThinQ, a sort-of rebranding of the LG G lineup, but still in the G6 swing of things. To be clear - it would appear as though LG‘s latest smartphone won‘t be significantly different from its predecessors with any regard to its newly donned ThinQ branding. That‘s just a move that‘s being Continue reading

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Tesla Model 3 assembly line shut down for the second time this year

Production of Tesla‘s Model 3 has been a hot topic lately. From missing production goals to Elon Musk taking control of the process himself, whether or not Tesla can eventually scale to meet its own production goals has been given a lot of focus. Today, however, we‘re learning that Model 3 production has suddenly been halted, albeit temporarily. BuzzFeed News Continue reading

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Say ‘Delete Facebook‘ to Google AIY Vision Kits

Today you can buy a DIY device from Google that‘ll let you build your own tiny computer. These little kits are called AIY Voice Kit and AIY Vision Kit, complete with Made by you with Google stamped on their sides. But wait, didn‘t you just delete your Facebook because they weren‘t up front about all your data they were using Continue reading

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Twitter is down, it‘s not just you, April 2018

This morning Twitter experienced some problems at its source. The servers that keep Twitter in business appeared to be having some issues at around 9AM Central Time, and the problem did not appear to be localized to any one country or region. Reports poured in from California to Poland, Utah to Romania. Hide your kids, hide your wife, and hide Continue reading

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Apple News could become your next monthly subscription

Apple Music is an initiative that seems to be working out pretty well, so naturally, word on the street is that Apple is now considering other subscription services. According to new reports, Apple News will be the next service to get the premium subscription treatment, with Apple looking to leverage one of its recent acquisitions. This service could be launched Continue reading

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Toyota and Lexus to launch tech to connect vehicles and infrastructure

Toyota and Lexus have announced that both brands will be rolling out tech to connect vehicles with infrastructure in the US in 2021. The automaker wants vehicles to be able to talk to each other and the surrounding environment to help keep passengers and drivers safer. The tech that will be rolled out by 2021 is called Dedicated Short-Range Communications Continue reading

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Google Research combines AR and a Microscope for cancer detection

Google has used its expertise in deep learning and augmented reality to create something that can make a real difference in the medical community. Google has created an augmented reality microscope (ARM) that aids in the detection of cancer. The microscope is a prototype right now and Google thinks that it can help accelerate adoption of deep learning tools for Continue reading

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Top smartwatches to buy in 2018

Smartwatches aren‘t dead. Sure, they‘re not the hot sellers they were hoped to be but, here and there, you will find someone wearing a wearable in one form or another. And while not as numerous as smartphones, there are still quite a good number of models available making the choice an equally difficult one. To help you make that decision, Continue reading

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VW Group says autonomous parking to be ready by 2020

The Volkswagen Group will soon have autonomous parking ready for its series vehicles the company has stated. The new autonomous parking tech will find its way into VW, Audi, and Porsche products with autonomous testing for those vehicles happening at Hamburg airport now. The new feature will be available in the first vehicles come 2020. The autonomous parking testing at Continue reading

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Intel to use GPUs for malware scanning, reduce performance hit

The Meltdown and Spectre security vulnerabilities have definitely shaken the computing industry in general but the hardest hit has been Intel. Short of overhauling its chip design, all that the processor maker could do was to roll out patches to detect and stop potential in-memory malware. The price for that, however, is increased load for the CPU. Now Intel is Continue reading

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T-Mobile gets 40 million fine for fake ring tones, connections

Just because you hear the other line ringing doesn‘t necessarily mean the other line is actually ringing. Especially if the caller is on T-Mobile. It seems that the Un-carrier has been faking it when it comes to connecting calls in rural areas, using fake ring tones and connections to make it seem like they were connecting and just failing. That Continue reading

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New Google AIY Kits make starting a lot easier

There are two things that are big in tech these days. Aside from the notch, that is. Those are DIY projects and artificial intelligence. Being a fan of both, Google found a way to combine the two to help introduce kids and adults alike to the technology and, indirectly, to Google‘s ecosystem. Now Google‘s AIY Projects, short for AI DIY, Continue reading

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Skagen Falster puts Wear OS in a small package

The future of Wear OS, formerly known as Android Wear, isn‘t going to come from traditional device makers. It will come from fashion brands who are learning how to perfectly mix technology and style. And one of the most prolific is the Fossil Group, which has put out almost dozens of smartwatches, both full ones and hybrids, under its name Continue reading

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Huawei Honor 10 leaked photo shows a Huawei P20 look-alike

Huawei and its sub-brand Honor are about to make things a bit more confusing. Last year, the Honor View 10, V10 in some markets, made some scratch their heads, offering something almost equal to the then newly released Huawei Mate 10. Now it seems that they‘re doing it again, this time with the still to be announced Honor 10. At Continue reading

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Huwei Honor 10 leaked photo shows a Huawei P20 look-alike

Huawei and its sub-brand Honor are about to make things a bit more confusing. Last year, the Honor View 10, V10 in some markets, made some scratch their heads, offering something almost equal to the then newly released Huawei Mate 10. Now it seems that they‘re doing it again, this time with the still to be announced Honor 10. At Continue reading

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Fitbit Versa, Nokia 6.1 now available on Amazon

Amazon has fundamentally changed the way we buy things and have them delivered to us, to the point that it has just come under US President Donald Trump‘s scrutiny. While most still probably buy their devices from carriers, some prefer to get their unlocked fixed from Amazon. Two such devices has just landed on the retailer‘s virtual shelves and while Continue reading

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SpaceX Mars BFR rocket Port of Los Angeles plans confirmed

Following information revealed in a document published in mid-March, Los Angeles officials have confirmed that SpaceX will be leasing space at the Port of Los Angeles to work on its Mars rocket. The plans must be approved by the board of harbor commissioners, however that approval is expected this upcoming Thursday. The city is offering extensive perks to SpaceX for Continue reading

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New Google AIY Kits makes starting a lot easier

There are two things that are big in tech these days. Aside from the notch, that is. Those are DIY projects and artificial intelligence. Being a fan of both, Google found a way to combine the two to help introduce kids and adults alike to the technology and, indirectly, to Google‘s ecosystem. Now Google‘s AIY Projects, short for AI DIY, Continue reading

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Nest eyes Nokia‘s health division to acquire Withings assets say sources

Nokia‘s health division is up for sale and Nest has a strong interest in buying it, according to a new report. The purchase, should it happen, would score Nest, the Alphabet company, Nokia‘s Withings assets. The Withings product line is comprised of various consumer health products, including a smart bathroom scale, a wireless activity tracker, and more. Nokia is currently Continue reading

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Samsung phone design patent shows iPhone X-esque notch

Samsung has patented a smartphone design that features a notch similar to the one popularized by the iPhone X. The controversial design element has appeared in a growing number of smartphones, and the patent hints that a Samsung model may one day be featured among them. The patent was filed with China‘s SIPO patent office late last month. READ: Why Continue reading

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