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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Microsoft Warns Latest Windows 10 October Update Can Cripple Game Performance

    The Windows 10 October 2018 Update strikes again. Microsoft has had nothing but trouble with its most recent major feature release for Windows 10. We’ve detailed the bungled travails of the October 2018 Update in great detail in the past, but the most recent cumulative update is particularly affecting gamers. Microsoft released...
  • Nintendo Labo VR Kit Brings Cardboard VR Accessories To The Switch

    Nintendo has been doing well with the cool Labo Toy-Con kits that it launched last year. Nintendo has now announced a new addition to its lineup: the Labo VR Kit. These kits allow gamers to build cardboard accessories for the Switch that turn it into a VR gaming platform.  The Starter...
  • Facebook discovers UK 'fake news' network

    Facebook has removed more than 130 accounts, pages and groups it says were part of a UK-based misinformation network. The company said it was the first time it had taken down a UK-based group targeting messages at British citizens. The same group set up pages posing both as far-right outlets...
  • Huawei Formally Files Lawsuit Against US Government Over Product Ban

    As was expected, Huawei on Thursday announced that it has filed a lawsuit against the United States government over a provision (Section 889) to the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that effectively bans all US government agencies from using products manufactured by the company (as well as ZTE), over...
  • Anthem's Latest Crazy Bug Makes Level 1 Weapons Most Powerful In The Game

    Anthem players who spent hours grinding and leveling up and working towards a potent Masterwork endgame weapon were dismayed to find out that they already possessed the most powerful weapon in the game—a first-level common Defender Rifle. Despite what the numbers show, there is a bug that allows it to...
  • AMD Confirms Ryzen Threadripper 3000 Zen 2 CPUs For 2019 Launch

    It has always been a safe assumption that AMD would continue developing its Threadripper processor family for high-end desktop (HEDT) systems that need that kind of multi-core grunt. In case there was any doubt, however, AMD came out and confirmed plans to launch a third-generation Threadripper line sometime before the...
  • Powerful PCs Proven To Help Players Dominate In Battle Royale Games Like Apex Legends

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that the battle royale game genre has exploded in the past two years. Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) kicked off the festivities, then Fortnite took the ball and ran with it. Now, a new challenger has entered the fray – Apex Legends...
  • Facebook: What's in Mark Zuckerberg's privacy plan?

    After a solid year of data breaches, privacy scandals and controversial policy decisions, Mark Zuckerberg now says he wants Facebook to become a "privacy-focused" social network. Facebook's critics have laughed at the suggestion. Until now, it has been encouraging people to share more, scooping up buckets of personal data and...
  • Microsoft Gives App Devs A Bigger Cut Of Revenue Via Microsoft Store

    Microsoft has announced an update to the revenue sharing deal it has with developers of apps that are offered via the Microsoft Store. The updated Microsoft Store App Developer agreement allows develops to keep more of the revenue their apps generate if certain conditions are met. The new fee structure...
  • Google spin-off Waymo to sell Lidar it fought Uber on

    Google spin-off Waymo plans to sell the sensors it uses on its self-drive cars to other industries. The technology behind them was at the heart of legal action last year, with Google accusing taxi app company Uber of stealing trade secrets. In a blogpost, Waymo said it was targeting its...

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