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Monthly Archives: September 2017

  • DOOM For Nintendo Switch Is A Bloody Good Port For Hybrid Frag Festing

    DOOM was rebooted last year for the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The game was praised for its frantic gameplay and stellar graphics, which were backed by potent console hardware and the [then] nascent GeForce GTX 10 Series graphics cards. But how would DOOM look on a gaming system...
  • Apple Confesses To Apple Watch Series 3 LTE Connectivity Problems On Eve Of Global Launch

    It took three generations of smartwatch design for Apple to finally implement cellular connectivity into its Apple Watch wearable, and while that sounds great, it will all come down to how well it works. Unfortunately, early reviews are not all that glowing. There seems to be a connectivity bug that...
  • Moto Z2 Play Review: A Refined Battery Life Champion Returns

    Lenovo introduced their Moto Z family last year with high hopes of being something different. The evolution of smartphone design has been more iterative than innovate in recent years from most manufacturers. The Moto Z smartphones, however, offered modularity to allow the phones to adapt to a user’s in-the-moment needs...
  • Tech Pioneer Bill Gates Reveals His Biggest Microsoft Windows Regret

    William Henry Gates III, better known to the world as Bill Gates, spent several decades building Microsoft into the software (and hardware) empire that it is today. His legacy outside of the philanthropy world is Windows. If he had to do it all over again, do you think he would...
  • Cern calls on industry to collaborate on its datacentre challenges

    Cern, home of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), has identified 16 IT challenges that it wants to work with the IT industry to overcome. In a whitepaper describing its challenges, Cern Openlab, the facility’s public-private partnership, has categorised the 16 issues into four main areas. By submitting your personal information...
  • NVIDIA Announces SHIELD TV 16GB Bundle For $179, Pre-Orders Start Today

    NVIDIA has announced that it has pre-orders kicking off today for a 16GB SHIELD TV (you can read our review here) bundled with the just SHIELD remote for $179, which represents a $20 price break. NVIDIA does still offer the version with the remote and a game controller for $199...
  • Nest Expands Home Security Portfolio With Wireless Alarm System And Smart Doorbell

    If you have a normal security system at your home or office, you know what a hassle they can sometimes be. If you are the sort who never seems to remember the passcode or feels rushed when you arm the system and then have only 30 seconds or so to...
  • Fake website fools Equifax staff

    Credit rating firm Equifax has mistakenly directed some customers to an imposter website via its Twitter page, security researchers say. The firm recently disclosed a data breach affecting more than 143 million people, and set up a new website to share information with customers. But it mistakenly tweeted the wrong...
  • Google Home vs Amazon Echo vs Apple HomePod: Amazon working on Alexa-powered smart glasses

    The sci-fi vision of a connected home is quickly becoming a reality: both Amazon and Google have launched smart assistants, with an Apple offering based on Siri was announced at WWDC 2017. These products are designed to act as standalone hubs for your digital life. Voice activation systems allow users to...
  • Google Acquires HTC's Pixel Team For $1.1 Billion To Bolster Its Hardware Cred

    News broke Wednesday morning that HTC had suspended trading ahead of a major business announcement, and now we're learning the details of this blockbuster move. While Google is definitely the other party in this new venture, it's not exactly the arrangement that was rumored earlier this month. Google announced that...

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