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GigaRefurb - Tech News

  • Comcast Admits It Falsely Charged Customers For Exceeding Internet Data Caps

    Comcast has announced that it has completed an investigation that found there was an error in its billing software that led to customers being incorrectly charged for exceeding their data allotments. Comcast says that the customers who were charged by mistake will be given bill credits and an additional $50...
  • OnePlus 7T Review: Fast, Premium And A Fantastic Android Value

    Over that last few years, OnePlus has earned a reputation for offering well-appointed, high-performance mobile devices that compete with other contemporary flagships, but with highly aggressive pricing. When we looked at the OnePlus 7 Pro back in June, or the OnePlus 6T before that, we declared both handsets leaders, in...
  • NVIDIA Joins GM And Toyota In New Hardware, Software Platform For Autonomous Vehicles

    Every new technology experiences growing pains; there is typically a period of innovation and then a period of standardization. The autonomous vehicle market is no exception. Industry leaders recently agreed to establish a common hardware and software platform for autonomous vehicles. The new Autonomous Vehicle Computing Consortium (AVCC) was announced...
  • Red Dead Redemption 2 PC Requirements Revealed, Is Your Rig Up To Snuff?

    Rockstar Games recently confirmed its wildly popular Red Dead Redemption 2 game would soon be galloping over to PC. Now here in the homestretch leading up to the launch, the developer revealed what kind of specs will be necessary to play RDR2 on PC. They are not too demanding, though...
  • Epic Games Teases 'The End' For Smash Hit Fortnite, But It's Not What You Think

    Well, Fortnite fans, it was a good run but the end is nigh. What will you play next? Just kidding, Fortnite is not actually closing shop—Epic Games would have to be bonkers to turn its back on Fortnite, given how lucrative its free-to-play baby has grown to become. However, there...
  • Call of Duty Mobile Racks Up Record 100 Million Downloads During Its First Week

    Call of Duty (CoD) Mobile has set a major record with the best launch ever for any mobile game. CoD Mobile reportedly generated 100 million downloads combined worldwide according to Sensor Tower Store Intelligence estimates for its first week. CoD Mobile has surpassed all other mobile games, including Mario Kart...
  • Atari VCS Lead Architect Quits, Claims Six Months Of Design Work Went Unpaid

    A key member of the Atari VCS project has quit the team, claiming Atari has not paid him for his work in six months. And by key member, we are talking about Rob Wyatt, the lead architect of the Atari VCS. From the outside looking in, Wyatt's departure is seemingly...
  • Intel Kaby Lake-G CPUs With AMD Vega GPU Axed, Why The Unlikely Combo Is Ending

    Intel is discontinuing its Kaby Lake-G processors with AMD's Radeon RX Vega graphics infused into the package, marking the end of what had been an unlikely partnership. Vendors can still order Kaby Lake-G parts and will still be able to do so until July 31, 2020, after which Intel will...
  • Essential's Project Gem Presents A Wild Vision For The Future Of Smartphones

    Things over at Essential have been relatively quiet since the company's original smartphone launched two years ago with a Snapdragon 835 SoC and one of the very first appearances of a notched display. While the original Essential Phone PH-1 has long since been discontinued, CEO Andy Rubin made it clear...
  • Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18999 Lets Android Users Make And Answer Calls On PC

    Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18999 (20H1) to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. The software giant warns that as with all pre-release builds, the new Insider Preview Build may have bugs that cause issues for some users. Those who install Build 18999 (20H1) and...

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