Monthly Archives: September 2019

  • Google Researchers Achieve Quantum Supremacy In First Step To Surpassing Supercomputing

    We are a little bit closer to making quantum computing an everyday reality. Google researchers reportedly created a quantum computer that has achieved “quantum supremacy”. The quantum computer was able to solve equations that would be nearly impossible for a supercomputer. Google researchers recently developed “Sycamore”, a 53-qubit quantum computer...
  • Fortnite Gotham City Challenges: Where To Find Bat Signals To Light Up The Sky

    Yesterday was the big unveil of the Fortnite x Batman crossover, and today the new challenges that go with that crossover are live. One of the challenges is to light up three different Bat Signals outside of Gotham City. As with many challenges, the hard part is finding them. The...
  • iPhone 11 Pro Speed Test Shows New Apple Flagship Losing To Year-Old iPhone XS

    Smartphone users have become used to smartphones that only offer marginal performance gains over past models with each new release. Apple's new iPhone 11 family has better cameras, vastly better battery life, and the promise of better performance over their predecessors. In a new video posted to YouTube, the iPhone...
  • Microsoft Invites Xbox One Insiders To Join Skip Ahead Preview Ring, Here's How

    Microsoft has announced that it is looking for Xbox Insiders who want to join the Alpha Skip-Ahead ring. That ring is currently using the latest 2004 OS build (2004.190918-1920). Microsoft says that version of the OS is the next major release that is expected to come to the Xbox One...
  • Microsoft’s Windows 7 Or 8 To Windows 10 Free Upgrades Still Work, Here’s How To Get In

    It seems like ancient history now, but during the first year following the launch of Windows 10, users running a Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 PC could upgrade for free—all they needed was a valid license and the desire to leave their legacy OS behind. In theory, that offer should...
  • Android 10 Arrives For And OnePlus 7 And OnePlus 7 Pro, Check Update Now

    Android 10 was released on September 3rd and has slowly been released to a handful of devices. Now OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7 users can download Android 10 too. OnePlus just released their OxygenOS 10.0 based on Android 10 and it comes with all the latest feature updates on under...
  • Windows 10 Xbox Game Bar Adds New Frame Rate Counter Overlay And More

    PC gamers have a new update for the Windows 10 Xbox Game Bar that will allow them to keep an eye on system resources and achievements. Microsoft's updated Xbox Game Bar is adding a couple of features that gamers have been asking for, including a frame rate counter and an achievement...
  • Amazon Prime Now Includes Free Game Content Starting With PUBG, Here's The Loot Drop Schedule

    Twitch and Amazon have announced that Amazon Prime members will now get free mobile game content along with the Twitch Prime benefits that they have already been receiving for PC and console games. The first mobile game to give members free loot will be PUBG Mobile from Tencent Games. Prime...
  • iPhone 11 Pro Max Teardown Revives Rumors Of 2-Way Wireless Charging, Decent Repairability

    Apple is now shipping its newly minted iPhone 11 series after unveiling the flagship smartphone lineup about a week and a half ago. Right on cue, there is an extensive teardown analysis of the largest variant, the iPhone 11 Pro Max, and with it comes a revival of a rumor...
  • What3words: 'Life-saving app' divides opinion

    A woman rescued from near Everest's base camp after a fall, a business traveller caught up in a terrorist attack in Somalia and a diving accident in the Maldives. Three successful rescues which relied on three simple words. What3words divides the world into three-metre squares and gives each one a...

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