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Monthly Archives: June 2018

  • All We Know About Google’s Pixel Wear OS Powered Watch Rumored To Arrive This Year

    The wearables market might not be exactly booming right now, but regardless growth is expected in the segment. Apple is currently leading with its Apple Watch. However, Google is aiming to take the wearables fight directly to Apple, and hinted back in May that it could be rolling out a Pixel...
  • Fallout 76 Gets A Release Date And Lots Of Details On Various Versions Of The Game

    One of the coolest games that was announced at E3 2018 was the forthcoming Bethesda title Fallout 76. When the game was first teased we didn’t have much to go on, but we were excited. We later learned that it would be an online only game set in West Virginia. One...
  • Facebook Is Developing A Tool So You Know How Much Time You’re Wasting In Its App

    Knowledge is power, but it can also be frightening, in a sobering kind of way. Have you ever wondered how much time you spend online, and specifically on Facebook? That's something you might not want to know, especially if you fire up the social network's app on your phone several...
  • Apple Rants That Jailbreaking Your iPhone Is Bad, But Is It?

    Installing unauthorized software on your iPhone device that enables it to function in ways Apple does not allow, a process known as jailbreaking, can lead to a plethora of problems, Apple warns in a support document. According to Apple, jailbreaking an iPhone can cause security vulnerabilities and general instability. It...
  • Tomorrow's Cities: Can start-ups solve city issues?

    Media playback is unsupported on your device The Waterloo corridor, which runs between the cities of Toronto and Waterloo in Canada, is home to coyotes, deer and, increasingly, tech firms. Google, Research in Motion and thousands of start-ups have offices there as the area positions itself to be the next...
  • PUBG Lost Half Its Player Base So Far This Year, While Fortnite Continues To Explode

    Predicting the level of success enjoyed by PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, aka PUBG, would have been very tough ahead of its launch. Who could really predict that an indie title would have three million concurrent players mere months after its launch? Since that time, the game has added two new maps, alternating modes...
  • TSMC Hits Volume Production Of 7nm Silicon With AMD Zen 2 And Vega 7nm Incoming This Year

    AMD has had some great momentum since it unleashed its first Zen-based processors to market early last year. A little while later, we saw EPYC hit the enterprise market and Threadripper hit soon therafter, to cater to high-end enthusiasts and workstation users. Recently, the company followed-up its initial Ryzen release with second-gen...
  • Adobe's AI Will Help You Spot Photoshopped Photo Fakery

    Seeing is believing, but you can't always trust your eyes, especially now that we are living in the digital age of photography. For better or worse, programs like Photoshop make it all too easy to manipulate an image. It's great for photographers who want to clean up their images, but...
  • Amazon Alexa Creeps Man Out With A Rather Morbid Reply

    Amazon's Alexa virtual assistant is a neat device that can perform all sorts of tasks from answering questions to controlling your smart home and controlling video playback among many other useful talents. Alexa has also been known to be downright creepy. It wasn't too long ago that Alexa was laughing...
  • Valve's Knuckles EV2 Controller Will Let You Get Touchy Feely In VR

    Valve has announced that it has made some major changes to its Knuckles EV 1.3 controller. It has been sending out Knuckles EV 1.3 developer kits to game devs over the past year to test and that it has been listening to the feedback from these devs along the way...