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GigaRefurb - Tech News

  • Ubisoft Gifts Gamers With Ghost Recon Wildlands Mercenaries Battle Royale Mode With A Twist

    Ubisoft’s Ghost Recon Wildlands has been around for quite some time, having launched over two years ago (March 7th, 2017 to be exact). With that being said, the game’s developers are aiming to give the game a big going away party before its successor – Ghost Recon Breakpoint – arrives...
  • DJI Announces Lightweight Ronin-SC 3-Axis Gimbal For Mirrorless Cameras

    There are a few things more annoying in the modern world than blurry photos and videos, especially when you are traveling. Thankfully, DJI might have a solution. The company just released its Ronin-SC stabilizer that allows photographers and videographers to capture images with greater ease. The Ronin-SC is a 3-axis...
  • Global Smartphone Sales Poised For Biggest Drop Ever During 2019

    Although smartphone OEMs try their best to deliver new smartphone experiences year after year like clockwork, consumers are increasingly becoming immune to their new-device charms. According to Gartner, the mobile phone market is expected to experience its biggest downturn ever during 2019. According to the analytics firm, global mobile phone...
  • Google Maps Adds Real-Time Bikeshare Information For These Cities

    How people get around in big cities has changed dramatically in recent years, and for those who don't live in big cities, it can be hard to figure out where to get and return these new modes of transport (a la bikesharing). Google Maps is looking to make it easier...
  • Can you trust FaceApp with your face?

    Everyone is talking about FaceApp - the app that can edit photos of people's faces to show younger or older versions of themselves. Thousands of people are sharing the results of their own experiments with the app on social media. But since the face-editing tool went viral in the last...
  • Amazon's Wild 48-Hour Prime Day Bonanza Outsold Black Friday And Cyber Monday Combined

    Congratulations, online shoppers, you collectively bought 100,000 lunchboxes over the past two days in the US, which might be the most surprising statistic from Amazon's braggadocios announcement today. Those massive lunchbox sales helped Prime Day become Amazon's largest shopping event ever, surpassing Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined, the company...
  • Turn Your DJI Drone Into A Flying Flamethrower Of Death With This DIY Kit

    Nothing about the image above terrifies me. Nope. I am completely calm that a flamethrower attachment now exists for drones. Or maybe they have always existed and I have just been blissfully unaware that people could rain down hellfire on a whim. Well, a whim and big bankroll—Throwflame's new TF-19...
  • Nintendo Announces Refreshed Switch Console With Huge Gains In Battery Life

    Last week, Nintendo announced the Switch Lite, which is a smaller, more durable, and cheaper portable gaming console priced at just $199. Today, Nintendo has revealed another new member of the family: a refreshed version of the original Switch. Nintendo doesn’t specifically call out what internal changes have been made, but...
  • Apple 2019 MacBook Air Price Cut Brings Seriously Crippled SSD Speeds

    It has been a crazy week so far, thanks to Amazon's 48-hour Prime Day sales event that spurred other retailers to follow suit with discounts of their own. As the dust settles, you can still score a deal on a 2019 model MacBook Air. Should you, though? That depends on...
  • Microsoft Begins Forcing Windows 10 1803 Customer Migrations To May 2019 Update

    If you have a system running the Windows 10 April 2018 Update (version 1803) or earlier, Microsoft is about to push a forced upgrade on you – and you will have little recourse to prevent it from happening. Microsoft made its intentions clear leading up to and during the launch of the Windows...

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