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Monthly Archives: June 2020

  • NVIDIA GeForce NOW Adds These 19 Games This Week And Reactivates Founders Subscriptions In Europe

    NVIDIA has announced new and returning games coming to the GeForce NOW gaming service this week. In addition to announcing video games, it's also announce something that fans of the service in Europe may want to take advantage of. When GeForce NOW first launched in Europe, there were two membership...
  • Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare's 84GB Season 4 Update Has Gamers Raging On Social Media

    Publisher Activision and developer Infinity Ward have figured out a surefire way to rile up gamers—push out a game update that checks in at a whopping 84 gigabytes. Actually, it is closer to 85GB, but even rounding down does little quell the rising tide of criticism over massive game updates...
  • Samsung 980 Pro PCIe 4.0 SSD Launching This Summer With 6.5GB/sec Performance

    Back at CES 2020, we got our first glimpse at Samsung's upcoming 980 Pro SSD. Up until this point, Samsung's fastest consumer SSDs have used the PCIe 3.0 interface, but the 980 Pro will use the new PCIe 4.0 interface supported by AMD's X570 and B550 chipsets. We weren't given an...
  • Sony's PlayStation 5 Game Stream Event Is Today, Here's When And Where To Watch

    We have many questions about Sony's upcoming PlayStation 5 game console, as we are sure you do as well. How much will it cost? What hardware features have not yet been announced? When exactly will it launch? The list goes on, and hopefully Sony will answer at least some of...
  • PimEyes facial recognition website 'could be used by stalkers'

    A free facial recognition tool that allows people to find pictures of themselves or others from around the internet has drawn criticism from privacy campaigners. PimEyes describes itself as a privacy tool to help prevent misuse of images. But Big Brother Watch said it could "enable state surveillance, commercial monitoring...
  • Amazon Temp Bans Police From Using Rekognition Facial Recognition For A Year, ACLU Says More Is Needed

    Amazon is halting the use of its facial recognition software by law enforcement officials, in hopes that the "one-year moratorium on police use of Rekognition," as the technology is called, will give Congress enough time to impose regulations ensuring its "ethical use." It's not clear if that simply means additional...
  • Coronavirus: Ministers consider NHS contact-tracing app rethink

    Concerns about the risks of deploying a go-it-alone UK coronavirus contact-tracing app are causing further delays. A second version of the smartphone software was due to have begun testing on the Isle of Wight on Tuesday, but the government decided to postpone the trial. Ministers are considering switching the app...
  • Microsoft Chops $100 Off Xbox One X, Slashes Game Prices By Up To 70%

    To start the summer off right, Microsoft is offering up what it says are the greatest Xbox deals of the year. Xbox Deals Unlocked is underway right now and will run through June 15. That means over the next five days, any Xbox fans looking for a new console or...
  • Microsoft Allows More Users To Seek Windows 10 May 2020 Update Manually

    Windows users have been unhappy with Microsoft in recent months over cumulative updates that have either broken existing functionality or made their systems unstable. Microsoft was keenly aware of that and took a conservative approach to rolling out the Windows 10 May 2020 Update, version 2004. One interesting thing that...
  • Developer warns VR headset damaged eyesight

    A software developer has tweeted about how wearing a VR headset for hours a day has damaged his eyesight. A visit to the opticians left him "worried about my future VR use" after a doctor blamed the technology for a problem with his vision. Glasses should correct the issue but...

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