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Monthly Archives: October 2018

  • Microsoft's MS-DOS Goes Open Source Three Decades After Release, Heads To GitHub

    At the risk of dating myself, I cut my teeth on MS-DOS (after moving on from the Commodore 64, that is), the command-line interface operating system that predated Windows. MS-DOS first arrived in the early 1980s, nearly four decades ago, with the most recent (and final) version hitting the scene...
  • OnePlus 6T Leaks Again With Glossy And Matte Black Finishes

    At this point, we pretty know what the unreleased OnePlus 6T looks like, unless all of the leaked images up to now have been fake. We doubt that's the case. Lest anyone need one more reminder of the upcoming phone's design, yet more official looking press renders have found their...
  • BMW's All-New 2019 3-Series (G20) Gets High Tech Makeover

    BMW seems acutely aware of the criticism some have had for the more recent 3 Series iterations, so it's gone and retooled the sedan, giving it a bigger design, making it more tech savvy, and a punchier look. Or as BMW puts it, the 2019 model 3 Series "takes the...
  • Google Project Stream Lets You Play Assassin's Creed Odyssey For Free Within Chrome

    Google has officially announced its Project Stream game streaming service, and it will launch in a limited "technical test", aka beta, later this week. Game streaming is increasingly becoming popular with services available on consoles (a la PlayStation Now) and on the PC (think NVIDIA GeForce Now). Project Stream aims to...
  • Infiniti's Project Black S Badass Prototype Coupe Built With Help Of Renault Sport F1 Team

    Infiniti has a very cool new performance car called the Project Black S prototype that was developed with cooperation from the Renault SportF1 Team; the car uses a world's first dual-hybrid powertrain. This unique powertrain could be deployed in a road car according to Infiniti. The Project Black S prototype...
  • iPhone XS LTE Speeds Crush Predecessor, Still Can't Quite Catch Galaxy Note 9

    There has been a myriad of complaints about the new iPhone models in their short time on the market. Some of the big complaints about the iPhone XS and XS Max include unreliable charging with many users claiming that the smartphones often won’t recognize the charger. Users have also complained...
  • Google to stream Assassin's Creed for free in test

    Google is offering a limited number of gamers the chance to play popular video game Assassin's Creed Odyssey free of charge via its Chrome browser. In a blogpost outlining its plans for Project Stream, the search engine said it wanted to take streaming to "the next level". But it admitted...
  • Rockstar Hits The Trail With Second Red Dead Redemption 2 Gameplay Trailer

    One of the most anticipated games of the year is Red Dead Redemption 2; the game is set to launch on October 26, which is only a few weeks away. We already know a lot about the game, including that it will need 105GB of space on your console hard...
  • Verizon Lights Up First Commercial 5G Network With 1Gbps Speeds And Loads Of Freebies

    Right on schedule, Verizon today turned on the first fully-functional 5G wireless network in the world. Now before you run down to your local Verizon Wireless store to grab a 5G smartphone, we'll have to temper your expectations. There still aren’t any 5G-capable smartphone available, and this initial service is called Verizon 5G...
  • Intel Core i9-9900K 9th Gen Coffee Lake CPU's Wild Packaging Leaked on Amazon

    It seems as though everything else related to Intel's Core i9-9900K has leaked at this point, so why not its packaging? That's just what happened this morning when Twitter user @momomo_us posted a screenshot of an Amazon listing for the processor. Although we have scoured Amazon's website in search of this hidden...

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