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Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • Google Gives Devs More Time To Meet Android Q Storage Requirements

    We've been hearing about Android Q for a few months now. In February, we learned that Android Q might kill the back button in favor of gesture control. Last month the Android Q developer preview landed with support for folding displays. There is a lot to look forward to with...
  • Alleged AMD Radeon Navi PCB Leaked Revealing 256-bit GDDR6 Memory Interface

    In a few more weeks, AMD may launch its upcoming Navi GPU architecture, alongside a new round of Ryzen processors based on Zen 2. Both architectures are being built on a 7-nanometer manufacturing process. Details keep leaking out ahead of both product releases, with the latest bit of information pointing...
  • Epic Says It Removed This Key Gameplay Mechanic To Better Engage Players

    Epic Games is continuously working on new gameplay mechanics and features for the popular battle royale game Fortnite. Most recently it announced a crossover event with Avengers: End Game that saw Thanos come to the game for players to fight. Epic also launched a new patch this month bringing the...
  • Fitness trackers 'add miles to your marathon'

    Some fitness trackers are inaccurately measuring running distance, according to research from the consumer watchdog Which? It tested 118 trackers using a treadmill to complete the distance of a marathon - 26.2 miles (42km). It found that the least reliable was the Garmin Vivosmart 4, which underestimated the distance by...
  • August Pulls Plug On Its View Smart Doorbell Less Than A Month After Debut, Here's Why

    August looked to make a splash with in the smart doorbell arena with its "View" doorbell earlier this month. However, three weeks after it initially launched, August has stated that it will stop selling the device. The August View is completely battery powered, and doesn't require a hardwire connection to...
  • Amazon Reportedly At Work On Hi-Def Music Streaming Service

    Reports indicate that Amazon is currently hard at work getting ready to launch a new hi-def music streaming service aiming at audiophiles. Reports of the new hi-def streaming service come right on the heels of the online giant announcing last week that Amazon Echo owners could listen to streaming music...
  • 'Extremist' Google algorithms concern ex-police chief

    A former police chief has called on Google to amend its technology to help stop the spread of terrorist material. Ex-Met Police assistant commissioner Sir Mark Rowley says it is a disgrace a jailed radical preacher ranks top for search term "British Muslim spokesman". He told BBC Radio 4's Today...
  • Windows 10 20H1 Insider Preview 18885 Lands With Android Notifications, Improved Dictation

    Earlier this month, Microsoft announced that it would soon be merging the Fast and Skip Ahead rings together so that they would both receive future Windows 10 20H1 (First Half 2020) builds. One of the latest fruits of these new combined rings is Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18875. One of the...
  • Sony Says PlayStation 5 AMD-Infused Gaming Console Is At Least A Year Away

    Sony and other game console makers are normally very coy with information about their next generation hardware. Sony is surprisingly forthcoming with details on the unreleased PlayStation 5 game console, having confirmed already that the machine will have an AMD Zen 2-based processor and Navi-based Radeon GPU. Sony has also said that...
  • Cox Launches Elite Gamer Service With Reduced Lag For Windows PC Enthusiasts

    Many companies are currently working on a wide variety of gaming services. Cox Cable has now thrown their hat into the ring and is currently testing a gaming network service that would reduce lag, ping spikes, and jitter. Cox Cable’s “Elite Gamer Service” reportedly speeds up the connection between the...

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