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Monthly Archives: June 2018

  • ZX Vega+ console faces Indiegogo's debt collectors

    Indiegogo has said that it is willing to extend the deadline it gave to a project attempting to make a handheld version of a classic British computer. But the crowdfunding site says that the team behind the ZX Spectrum Vega+ has yet to meet its conditions. In February, Indiegogo threatened...
  • Amazon Alexa Latest Trick Is To Automatically Choose What Skill You Need

    A sign of great technology is when it does what you want in a seamless manner, without getting in your way. If a particularly technology is truly great, you'll sometimes forget you're even relying on electronic parts to do your bidding, just as you don't put much though into the...
  • Assassin's Creed Odyssey To Transport Gamers To Ancient Greece

    The next installment in the Assassin's Creed franchise will be set in ancient Greece, as has been rumored for several months now. Ubisoft confirmed as much with a very short teaser video that it posted to social media. The incredibly short clip plays just long enough to see a character...
  • Stealthy Steam Client Remote Exploit Exposed Millions Of Accounts For Over A Decade

    Until recently, a remote code execution vulnerability in Steam sat unnoticed by Valve for at least a decade, leaving millions of users at risk of attack. Luckily for all involved, it seems that malicious actors were not privy to the security bug either. Valve has since released a patch that...
  • Intel Core i7-8086K Anniversary Edition Processor Rumored For June 8th Launch

    It seems increasingly likely that Intel's rumored Core i7-8086K Anniversary Edition processor is real, and will be shipping soon. How soon? Recently leaked product listings on retailer websites suggested it would start shipping on August 20, though it might actually be available before then. If the latest information is correct...
  • Philips Hue Sync App For Windows And macOS Syncs Lights To Music, Movies, And Games

    Philips heavily invested into tech that it integrated with some of its higher-end TVs years back called Ambiglow or Ambilight. That tech put a backlight behind the TV that would glow to match the action on screen with light that filled the room. Watch a flick with the Incredible Hulk...
  • The Last Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Drag Strip Monster Rolls Off The Assembly Line

    It hasn't been that long since Fiat-Chrysler first announced the sweet Challenger SRT Demon was coming to sit atop the Dodge muscle car line. The beast packs in 840hp and a bunch of other features to make it a true monster at the strip capable of 9.65-second runs in the quarter...
  • Microsoft Surface Laptop review: Still worth the price of admission

    Microsoft has long ruled the world of desktop software with an iron fist, but over the last few years, the Washington-based tech giant has started to make some very convincing efforts to stake its claim on the hardware market as well. The company's flagship hardware product, the Surface Pro, has...
  • Google explains 'weird' 1975 text message bug

    Google has addressed an unusual glitch in its Search and Assistant apps that made SMS text messages appear when specific search terms were entered. Entering phrases including "the1975..com" and "izela viagens" into the apps made the phone display a person's text messages. The glitch was discovered by an Android user...

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