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Monthly Archives: September 2018

  • Google's Pixel Stand Wireless Charging Stand For Pixel 3 Leaks

    The Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL are not supposed to be revealed until October, but the rumors have already been flying. This past week we learned that the devices will launch alongside an upright wireless charging station. The Pixel Stand is a wireless charging dock with a USB Type-C...
  • Windows 10 October 2018 Update Hits RTM, Public Release Tipped For Next Week

    We've talked several times about the coming Windows 10 feature update set to land in October that has the code name Redstone 5. That update is officially called the October 2018 Update, and sources are claiming that Microsoft has finished the update and it has been signed off on internally...
  • Oculus Quest Standalone Wireless VR Headset Ships In 2019 For $399

    Oculus is moving swiftly along with the development of its virtual reality (VR) headsets. The company announced today that its next-generation, all-in-one VR headset will ship in Spring 2019 priced at just $399. Called the Oculus Quest, this VR headset will provide six degrees of freedom and will come with...
  • LG V40 ThinQ Leaks Again With Triple Rear And Dual Front Cameras

    The smartphone camera wars are just starting to heat up. First there were dual rear cameras, then we starting seeing triple cameras (a la the Huawei P20 Pro). Now, LG is looking to get in on the triple camera action with the V40 ThinQ, which is set to make its global debut...
  • HP EliteBook 1050 G1 review: A reliable business all-rounder

    Reviews Good looks hide loads of welcome business features 4 Go to Source
  • Origin EVO15-S Review: Thin, Powerful NVIDIA Max-Q Gaming On The Go

    NVIDIA's Max-Q technology has only been on the market for about a year, but in that time quite few OEMs have jumped on the bandwagon. And for good reason. Max-Q is, or wants to be, the answer to a problem that has plagued mobile gamers since the first gaming laptop...
  • Microsoft Shows Off Surface Hub 2S Modular Processor Upgrade Cartridge

    One of the most intriguing things about the evolution of Microsoft's Surface Hub is that one of the upcoming models will be upgradeable. Specifically, the Surface Hub 2S that is slated to arrive next year will feature a modular processor cartridge that users will be able to swap out and...
  • Sony Backpedals, Will Enable Fortnite Cross-Play With Xbox One And Nintendo Switch

    It's finally happening. Sony, a company that is not known to back down from attacks on its arcane cross-play policies, has caved to pressure and will enable PlayStation 4 gamers to play against rival consoles with Fortnite. Sony has taken flak from gamers and industry figures (including Microsoft execs). Fortnite is...
  • OpenStack storage update 2018: After Rocky

    Snapshots and container storage support are among recently added functionality in the open source private cloud platform, but vendor driver support for OpenStack is not universal Share this item with your network: Chris Evans It’s been almost eight years since the first release of OpenStack and the promise of a...
  • Super Mario Bros. Speedrunner Rips World Record Near-Flawless Time

    Records are meant to be broken, shattered even, and can happen at any time and place, even in an unassuming bedroom underneath the yellowish glow of the lights. That's where clutch gamer Kosmic decided to livestream what would turn out be a record speedrun in Super Mario Bros., as he...

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