Latest News - October 2019
- Microsoft Launches This New Critical Security Feature For Windows 10
- OpenAI Robot Self-Learns To Solve Rubik's Cube With One Hand
- Google Unveils Redesigned Pixel Buds, Nest Mini And Nest Wifi Router With Google Assistant
- Google Pixel 4 And Pixel 4 XL With 90Hz Display Available For Preorder Starting At $799 (Hands-On)
- Google Announces Pixelbook Go Chromebook Starting At $649
- Google Stadia Cloud Gaming Service Launches November 19
- Corsair One And One Pro Gaming PCs Now Flex Up To Core i9-9920X, GeForce RTX
- Alleged XFX Radeon RX 5500 THICC II Navi Leaks With Sleek Dual Fan Design
- Internet Archive Uploads 2,500 Of Your Favorite MS-DOS Games To Play Online
- Fortnite Chapter 2 Now Live With New Gameplay, Vehicles And Revamped Battle Pass
- Microsoft's Project xCloud Game Streaming Preview Launches In US And UK
- Delete These 15 Android Apps Containing Adware From Your Device Right Now
- Fortnite Chapter 2 Trailer Leaks With Boats, Pogo Sticks, And Sweet New Emotes
- Netgear Orbi Dual-Band Mesh Wi-Fi Router Rocks Chic Redesign And Value Pricing
All News for October 2019
Windows 10 version 1903 is getting a little bit safer today thanks to the expansion of an existing security feature that is being made to general consumers. The company announced this week that its Tamper Protection technology, which was first announced back in December, has reached general availability and is being... Read more...
A robot hand called Dactyl has successfully solved a Rubik's cube using a training regime that the AI behind the scenes created. The deal here isn't so much that it was able to solve the Rubik's cube, but that it did the task with a new level of dexterity. The robot arm was able to solve the '80s puzzle game with a... Read more...
Besides announcing its new Pixel 4/Pixel 4 XL and the Pixelbook Go, Google also announced a handful of other hardware accessories that will surely be popular with folks invested in the Android and Google Home ecosystem. Those three products include the Pixel Buds, Nest Mini and Nest Wifi. Pixel Buds The Pixel... Read more...
Following a barrage of leaks, rumors, and speculation, the Pixel 4 series has now been given a proper unveiling and is available to preorder starting at $799 for the Pixel 4, and $899 for the Pixel 4 XL. And while perhaps lacking in surprises, these look to be enticing smartphone options for the money. Google Pixel 4... Read more...
Google has officially announced the Pixelbook Go, just days after a massive leak made its way to the internet. The Pixelbook Go is the latest in a long line of Chrome OS devices from Google, and one that is aimed at hitting a cheaper price point to make it more appealing to a broader range of people. As we were all expecting, the Pixelbook Read more...
We already knew Google was planning to launch its Stadia cloud gaming service in November, and now we have an exact release date—mark your calendars for November 19. That is when the Stadia Founder's Edition packages will arrive on doorsteps, with servers set to open up to the public at 12:00 pm EST (9:00 am PST). Stadia is not a game console, Read more...
When we last visited Corsair, the company had acquired Origin PC to beef up its portfolio when it comes to crafting boutique gaming PCs. Today, Corsair has announced updates to its One and One Pro gaming systems that bring 9th generation Intel Core power to the table along with NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics. Starting... Read more...
A newly leaked batch of press renders is making the rounds, and the speculation is they show XFX's upcoming Radeon RX 5500 THICC II graphics card. That has not been confirmed, but this batch of renders looks different than recently leaked ones that showed XFX's also upcoming Radeon RX 5700 XT THICC III model. The... Read more...
Gamers who have been enjoying PC gaming for decades will probably have fond memories of playing classic MS-DOS games back in the day. Some of those games have been made playable on Archive.org. MS-DOS games have been added as playable in a browser since 2015 thanks to the Internet Archive, and it has announced that... Read more...
After more than a day of downtime, the black hole in Fortnite has closed, the servers have been flipped back on, and Chapter 2 is now live. The second chapter brings with it a fresh map to explore with more than a dozen new locations (or exactly a baker's dozen, if you prefer), new weapons and vehicles... Read more...
Microsoft has launched the preview of the Project xCloud game streaming service. The xCloud preview opened yesterday afternoon and is available for gamers in the U.S., U.K., and Korea. The caveat is that players must be invited to the beta, and invites are going out now. The xCloud beta kicks off with streaming... Read more...
The number of malicious Android apps that make it to the Google Play store continues to grow at an alarming rate. Sophos has issued a new report regarding 15 apps on Google Play that are abusive and designed to do nothing but serve ads to smartphone users. On top of spamming users with ads on their mobile devices... Read more...
Earlier today, we reported that Fortnite Chapter 2, Season 1 is set to kick off tomorrow morning, aka Taco Tuesday. We’ve previously seen a few grainy images concerning what to expect from this new chapter including an all-new map and boats for players to ride in. Now, we’re getting a relatively extensive look at... Read more...
Netgear’s Orbi family of mesh Wi-Fi routers took the market by storm a few years ago, providing excellent coverage for larger homes, built-in GbE ports for connected wired devices, and a dedicated backhaul connection for communicating between the router and its satellite(s). However, those Orbi systems can be quite... Read more...