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Monthly Archives: January 2019

  • Microsoft's Bing search engine inaccessible in China

    US tech giant Microsoft has confirmed that its search engine Bing is currently inaccessible in China. Social media users have expressed concern that the search engine might be the latest foreign website to be blocked by censors. Chinese authorities operate a firewall that blocks many US tech platforms, including Facebook...
  • Daily Mail demands browser warning U-turn

    The Daily Mail is calling for a web browser alert that criticises its journalism to be changed. The NewsGuard plug-in currently brings up a warning that says the newspaper's website "generally fails to maintain basic standards of accuracy and accountability". It has given this advice since August. But the matter...
  • YouTube TV Rolls Out Nationwide In Time For Super Bowl LIII

    Following its initial launch in select markers back in 2017, Google has announced that its YouTube TV streaming service is now launching nationwide today. YouTube TV is up against a number of big players in the market including DirecTV Now, Sling TV, and Hulu + Live TV. This market expansion should make the...
  • ASRock Radeon VII Phantom Gaming 7nm Vega 20 Graphics Card Revealed

    Earlier this month at CES, AMD CEO Lisa Su unveiled its first consumer graphics card -- the Radeon VII -- built on the company's new 7nm manufacturing process. Now, we're getting a look at one of the first third-party cards based on the new GPU that will be arriving for gamers, and it comes...
  • Microsoft Edge Mobile Browser Combats Fake News Head On With NewsGuard Partnership

    How far would you go to combat fake news? Microsoft has partnered with third-party startup NewsGuard to warn Edge mobile users about unreliable sites. However, one news site is not particularly pleased with their evaluation from NewsGuard. Mail Online has accused NewsGuard of publishing a “egregiously erroneous classification”. NewsGuard has...
  • Hulu's Most Popular Plan Falls To $6 Per Month, But There's A Catch For Live TV Subscribers

    It's not often that we hear about price drops for streaming services; it's usually the opposite (as was the case with the Netflix rate hikes last week). But Hulu is bucking that trend, at least with its most popular streaming package. Hulu's most basic ad-supported subscription plan was previously available for...
  • Dell XPS 13 (9380) 2019 Review: So Close To Perfection

    The thing about striving for perfection is that it is not truly attainable, and you can drive yourself mad trying to get there. Be that as it may, Dell has come closer than most with its premium line of XPS 13 laptops, which in our experience are some of the...
  • LG Teases Gesture Control Smartphone Interface As It Says 'Goodbye Touch'

    In just a few weeks, this year's annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) will be upon us, and we are expecting several product announcements. Ahead of the event, LG is interestingly teasing gesture controls as it quite literally waves goodbye to touch in a short video. LG also says we are...
  • Check Out This Wicked Metro Exodus Weapons Trailer In Ray Traced Heavy Hitter Glory

    Metro Exodus is due to arrive in just over three weeks from now, and like Battlefield 5, it supports real-time ray tracing if you have the appropriate hardware—you'll need a GeForce RTX series graphics card. In the lead up to the launch, develop 4A Games and publisher Deep Silver posted...
  • Intel RealSense T265 V-SLAM Tracking Camera To Empower Next-Gen AR, VR, Robotics, And Drones

    Intel has announced the latest its long line of RealSense Tracking Cameras, the T265. The chipmaker is touting the T265 as a new class of standalone inside-out tracking devices that can give developers the tools they need to build autonomous devices with high-performance guidance and navigation. Intel's T265 tracking camera...

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