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Monthly Archives: April 2018

  • Windows 10 Lean Redstone 5 Ditches Superfluous Features For Better Performance

    Microsoft is doing a lot of things with Windows these days, most of which is focused on the core Windows 10 experience—the first of two majors updates scheduled for this year will start rolling out any day now. In addition, Microsoft appears to be working on a stripped down version...
  • 'Nazi pug' video-maker has no regrets

    YouTube video-maker Mark Meechan, who trained his girlfriend's dog to give a "Nazi salute" which he said was part of a prank, has been fined £800 after being found guilty of committing a hate crime. Mr Meechan spoke to the BBC's Chris Foxx before his sentencing and said he did...
  • AMD Combat Crates Help DIY Builders Evade Crypto Miners With Radeon Graphics, Ryzen And Motherboard Bundles

    Following the recent launch of AMD's second generation Ryzen processor family, the company is gathering up its first generation chips and packaging them into 'Combat Crates', which are like PC starter kits for enthusiasts. There will be at least two different versions, each one containing a first generation Ryzen processor...
  • God of War Patch v1.12 Brings Larger Text, Photo Mode Incoming

    The new God of War video game launched recently and so far, the reviews have been very good and fans have been receptive as well. One thing about the game that has annoyed many users is the size of the text that the devs opted to use in areas like...
  • Here's Why Some Gmail Users Are Freaking Out About Spam In Their Sent Folder

    Multiple Gmail users awoke Sunday morning to find that a bunch of spam that appeared to be sent from their accounts. The spam messages from their accounts were found in the sent items folder, but these weren’t emails that the users had sent themselves leaving many to think their accounts...
  • Man fined for hate crime after filming pug's 'Nazi salutes'

    A man who filmed a pet dog giving Nazi salutes before putting the footage on YouTube has been fined £800. Mark Meechan, 30, recorded his girlfriend's pug, Buddha, responding to statements such as "Sieg Heil" by raising its paw. The clip was viewed more than three million times on YouTube...
  • Here's How To Score A Google Pixel 2 XL For $150 Off With Project Fi

    Time sure does fly when you're having fun. The Project Fi MVNO wireless service just turned three years old today, and to celebrate, Google is offering a nice discount on its flagship Pixel 2 XL smartphones. Sure, we've seen some excellent Qualcomm Snapdragon 845-based flagships from the likes of Samsung and Sony so far this year, but few...
  • If You Think Facebook Collects Too Much Personal Data, Imagine What Google Knows

    The world is up in arms its seems of late, over the amount of data that social media websites like Facebook track and accumulate on their users. This came to the forefront with the Cambridge Analytica fiasco that Facebook has been in hot water over for months. With so much...
  • Fresh Atari VCS Retro Console Details Revealed In Latest Atari Interview

    When Atari first announced the Ataribox  last summer, gamers that are into all things retro were rightfully excited. The forthcoming console even looked like the Atari that gamers of the '80s grew up with. Not long after, likely many folks got a bit worried when pre-orders were delayed in December...
  • Valve Acquires Developer Of Indie Hit Firewatch Campo Santo To Fuel New Game Titles

    When one of the industry's biggest game publishers acquires a little indie developer, there's probably going to be a bit of a gasp from that developer's fanbase. All too often, we've seen truly great developers be swallowed by a huge beast (EA we're looking at you), and before long, those same...

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