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Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • BioWare Delays Anthem’s Major Feature Updates Indefinitely To Squash Bugs

    BioWare's Anthem was highly anticipated when it was first announced, but the launch didn't go as planned for the developers. The game has been plagued with bugs and issues that gamers have been unhappy about (like a recent bug which made the level one weapons in the game the most powerful...
  • Huawei row: Ministers call for investigation into leaking

    Government ministers are calling for a "full and proper" investigation after high-level discussions about the UK using Huawei technology were leaked. The government has approved the supply of equipment by the Chinese telecoms firm for the UK's new 5G data network despite warnings of a security risk. It is believed...
  • Dell XPS 15 Gets Great Updates And A Key Tweak, G Series Buffed Out Too

    It's not uncommon for OEM system builders to refresh their products the moment new GPUs or CPUs are announced. Intel's recently announced 9th generation Core mobile processor additions and NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1650 launch provided an opportunity to do that very thing, and Dell responded in kind by retooling its...
  • Nintendo Switch Lite Budget Gaming Console Rumored For June Lauch

    The Nintendo Switch is one of the fastest selling consoles of all time. As of December 2018, Nintendo had sold 32.27 million Switch consoles. Could a successor prove to be just as successful? Rumor has it that Nintendo will release a “lite” version of the Switch by the end of...
  • NVIDIA SHIELD 2-in-1 Tablet Powered By Tegra Xavier SoC Reportedly In Development

    It seems like ages ago when NVIDIA launched the SHIELD K1 tablet, but it looks as though the company may be looking to make a successor to that discontinued device. Although we don't have any insight what this potential device could look like, references to a new tablet have been uncovered...
  • AMD Ryzen 3000 Series Zen+ APUs May Include Overclocker-Friendly Soldered IHS

    AMD is prepping two new rounds of Ryzen 3000 series processors for the desktop, one of which is based on the company's Zen 2 architecture and the other of which is built around Zen+. It's confusing, but stick with us—the latter are APUs (accelerated processing units), and according to some...
  • Google Pixel 3a Mid-Range Android Phone Leaked With Familiar Design Theme

    A high resolution render of Google's upcoming Pixel 3a handset has found its way to the web, and it looks similar to past leaks. It is also a familiar to design to anyone who has ever spied a Pixel device before. That's not shocking, since the Pixel 3a is an...
  • Tesla Model S And Model X Drivetrain Updates Boost Performance And Push EV Range To 375 Miles

    Range anxiety? What range anxiety? Just as traditional ICE (internal combustion engine) auto manufacturers are attempting to field their own entries into the luxury electric vehicle market, Tesla is moving the goal posts again. The company's EVs already have greater range their new competitors (by a fair margin), and now drivetrain updates...
  • Extensive Samsung Galaxy Fold Teardown Reveals Potential Source For Display Failures

    The Galaxy Fold has been the subject of some controversy arising out of its design and the shape that it shipped in, both to preorder customers and reviewers. Simply put, Samsung's folding phone has been breaking. In some cases, the wounds are self-inflicted, to an extent. But there does appear...
  • Microsoft Blocks Windows 10 May 2019 Update On PCs Using USB Or SD Storage

    If you have a Windows 10 PC that regularly has an SD card or USB drive installed, you're probably going to run into issues when attempting to upgrade to the Windows 10 May 2019 Update. In a new document that was posted to Microsoft's support database, the software giant has identified...