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Monthly Archives: November 2018

  • Sony PlayStation 5 Rumored To Rock 8-Core Ryzen CPU With Monster 4K Performance

    Last week, redditor RuthenicCookie made the declaration that Sony would be skipping E3 next year. The very next day, Sony confirmed that it would not be making an appearance on stage at E3 2019. Once RuthenicCookie's prediction proved to be true, redditors were quick to see if there were any...
  • Fallout 76 Trouble Continues With Low UK Sales; Massive Update To Address Lingering Problems

    It's been a rough first week for Bethesda's new entry in the Fallout series. Fallout 76 launched to a mostly negative reception. We reported on the game's launch day that it had received hundreds of negative reviews on Metacritic. The game has since received a total of 2,363 negative reviews...
  • Apple CEO Cook Sees No Hypocrisy Taking Google's Billions While Bashing Its Privacy Policies

    When it comes to big data, Apple CEO Tim Cook has drawn a line in the sand with regards to what it will and will not do when it comes to customer data. Apple vows not to share its customer data with third-parties and takes great pain to store as much customer user data...
  • HP Envy X2 Review: A Satisfying Intel Powered Always Connected PC

    It's a connected world—except when it isn't. Sure, there are a zillion (well, 280 million, according to Statista) free Wi-Fi hotspots around the world, and we're all almost always tethered to some device or another. But what about those times when you need to be connected, but aren't? Perhaps when...
  • Bitcoin falls below $5000

    Media playback is unsupported on your device The value of Bitcoin has fallen below $5,000 (£3,889) for the first time since October 2017. The fall brought the total value of all Bitcoin in existence to below $87bn. On Thursday, 15 November, Bitcoin Cash - an offshoot of Bitcoin - split...
  • Apple Production Cuts Reportedly Affect All 2018 iPhone Models Amid Soft Demand

    Might it be possible that consumers are starting to suffer from iPhone fatigue? Well, anything is possible, as Kevin Garnett excitedly proclaimed after helping the Boston Celtics take home its 17th NBA championship, only Apple is far less likely to be as enthusiastic about an apparent slowdown in iPhone sales...
  • Huawei 5G Folding Smartphone Rumored To Debut At MWC 2019

    Samsung isn't the only major smartphone OEM looking to rock a folding smartphone in the coming months. Huawei previously announced its plans to release a similar smartphone, and we're now hearing that development on the device has been completed. Huawei patent filings for a folding smartphone According to ET News, Huawei has...
  • Dude Creates Awesome Lego Commodore 64, Now Vote For The Kit

    Retro gaming is all the rage right now, and companies are trying to replicate the success Nintendo had with the NES Classic and SNES Classic. Amid all the noise, however, is a fun and interesting project that pays homage to the Commodore 64, one of the most popular home computers...
  • Fallout 76 Servers Implode After Players Simultaneously Launch 3 Nukes

    Players in Fallout 76 recently discovered that if you drop a nuke at a fissure site, it creates an end-game event called Scorched Earth, which in turn spawns a gigantic monster called Scorchbeast Queen (and a bunch of other enemies). Those same players decided to follow this up by dropping...
  • Microsoft, Apple Join Forces After Windows 10 October 2018 Update Breaks iCloud App

    It appears that Microsoft just can't catch a break when it comes to its most recent major Windows 10 release. The company has encountered numerous issues with the October 2018 Update, with one being significant enough to cause Microsoft to pull the update altogether. Microsoft finally got around to re-releasing the Windows...

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