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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Tesla to raise prices and keep more stores open

    Tesla is increasing prices of its electric cars after scaling back a store closure programme. The carmaker said the 3% price rise would not apply to the new mid-market Model 3. Earlier this month Tesla said it would close an unspecified number of stores to fund a cut in the...
  • Intel Set To Reclaim Semiconductor Supplier Crown In 2019: Report

    Following an incredibly long tenure at the top of the semiconductor sales charts, Intel found itself playing second fiddle to Samsung in 2017, thanks to a booming memory business. According to a new report by IC Insights, however, the Korean chip giant is not going to be sitting on top...
  • Massive Anthem Patch Removes Respawn Restriction, Fixes Loot System And Audio Bugs

    The launch of Anthem, the latest offering from BioWare and EA, has been anything but smooth. Players have complained that the game is riddled with bugs and is crashing their consoles. Anthem thankfully recently released a massive patch that removes respawn restrictions, fixes the loot system, and improves the overall...
  • Microsoft Admits Consumer Penetration For AR Tech Could Take Years

    Hardware and game makers thought years ago that the next big thing for gamers was virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) gaming. That has failed to happen, but adoption in the business sector is coming along much faster. Microsoft unveiled its Hololens 2 at MWC 2019 and aimed it...
  • Crackdown 2 Now Backwards Compatible And Free To Play For Xbox One Gamers

    Fans of the game franchise Crackdown who are currently playing Crackdown 3, but haven't had the opportunity to play the older games in the franchise, will be glad to hear that the developers have made Crackdown 2 free to play for all Xbox gamers. The original Crackdown went free for Xbox...
  • Galaxy S10 Preorders Set Record In US As Samsung Seeks Sales Dominance

    Samsung has rolled out its recently launched Galaxy S10 family to around 70 countries, including the US, Canada, China, and all of Europe, and is planning to offer its newest flagship phones in about 130 markets by the end of the month. Ahead of that rapid expansion, Samsung has seen...
  • Here's Google's Gaming Stream Console Controller For Expected Reveal At GDC

    Google has something big planned for the Game Developers Conference (GDC), and the company first tipped us off about its announcement last month. Today, we’re getting a one-two punch concerning a major component to its upcoming game streaming service: the controller. The first hint comes via a patent for the game controller...
  • Respawn’s Trusty Apex Legends Banhammer Has Already Crushed 355,000 Cheaters

    Apex Legends is one of those super-rare games that seems to come along out of nowhere, and then strikes the right chord with millions upon millions of gamers a mere month after its launch -- over 50 million gamers and counting, in fact. In 2019, it certainly helps to have...
  • Google Pixel 4 And Pixel 4 XL: Everything We Know So Far

    Google's current Android smartphones are the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Rumors are swirling that Google is getting ready to unveil new flagship devices in the coming months. The new phones, logically, are expected to be named Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. And there of course has been a...
  • Citrix Internal Network Ravaged By Foreign Hackers, 6TB Of Data Stolen

    Citrix Systems said it is cooperating with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to investigate a major data breach by international cyber criminals into the company's internal network. Based on what Citrix knows so far, the hackers may have accessed and downloaded business documents, though the full extent is not...

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