Latest News - March 2019
- Google Camera 6.2 Software To Bring Cool New Tricks Like Cheetah Time Lapse And More
- Facebook Considers Live Video Streaming Restrictions Following Horrific Christchurch Attack
- Alleged PlayStation 5 Devkit With DualShock Controller Images Leaked Online
- Ailing Apple Loses A-Series iPhone Chip Engineer, Nabs Tesla Powertrain Guru
- AMD Predicted To Further Chip Away At Intel Server CPU Market Share With EPYC Through 2020
- Windows 10 Users Are Reporting Weird Test Notifications That Smell Of A Security Issue
- Valve Teases Homegrown ‘Index’ VR Headset, May Launch Confirmed
- Google Chrome’s Tab Groups Feature Leaks, Promises To Declutter Your Browser
- Google Accidentally Outs Nest Home Hub Max With 10-inch Smart Display
- Sega Genesis Mini Retro Console Lands September 19th Packing 40 Games
- Apple Cancels Vaporware AirPower Wireless Charger For iPhone, Apple Watch, AirPods
- T-Mobile Phone BoothE Is A Glorious Legere April Fools' Trolling Of AT&T's Weak 5G E
- GeForce GTX 1650 Turing Benchmark Leaks Show It Hanging With Radeon RX 580
- T-Mobile And Sprint Blockbuster Wireless Merger Faces Potential Roadblock From States
All News for March 2019
It has been a little over five months since Google has released an update for its Google Camera app. The latest update started to roll out this week to Pixel users. Google Camera 6.2 software includes a number of new features such as dark mode and preparations for upcoming features like the “Cheetah” time... Read more...
Several weeks ago, a terrorist killed fifty people at the Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Islamic Centre in Christchurch, New Zealand. The horrific attack was streamed through Facebook Live and shared thousands of times through additional Facebook posts. Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg recently shared a... Read more...
The time is drawing near for the next generation of game consoles, as the PS4 and Xbox One are certainly getting long in the tooth. Sony has mostly dominated this generation of the console wars with its PlayStation 4 selling 94 million units, surprisingly distancing itself from Microsoft's offering. Microsoft is... Read more...
Apple has lost one of its key engineers that was instrumental in the development of the A-series chips that are used in the iPhone and iPad going back to the A7. The engineer is Gerard Williams III, and he was a senior director in platform architecture for Apple. His departure has been kept quiet but was confirmed by... Read more...
AMD's rise back to prominence in the high-end CPU space has been partly (wait for it)...EPYC. That of course refers to AMD's efforts on the server side of the equation, where its EPYC processors are posing a formidable challenge to rival Intel's stronghold on the market. Little by little, however, AMD has been... Read more...
Microsoft hasn’t exactly had good luck lately with its Windows 10 operating system. Microsoft was especially shown in a negative light when the Windows 10 October 2018 Update introduced a number of critical faults that made the company take the extreme measure of pulling the update from its servers. Now, we’re... Read more...
Years ago many expected virtual reality (VR) headsets and games to have a much bigger following than they do today. Adoption has been rather slow on the VR front for gamers; businesses users have found more use for VR headsets in many instances. To that business end, HTC announced its Vive Focus aimed at enterprise... Read more...
I’ll Chrome might be the most popular browser out there, but it still has issues that fans want resolved. Google has been working on resolving many of the big complaints that Chrome users have with features like the Never-Slow mode that aims to cut back on the resources that Chrome is notorious for hogging. Google... Read more...
Home smart devices have increasingly become multifunctional and serve consumers through screens, cameras, stereos, and virtual assistants. Google already offers a range of home devices, but its next device appears to follow this multi-use trend. Google accidentally revealed an upcoming product called the Nest Hub Max... Read more...
Retro gaming is not only alive and well, it is downright thriving, at least for Nintendo. Others have tried to capture the same magic as the NES Classic and SNES Classic, notably Sony, Commodore, and Atari. We can now add Sega to the list—Sega announced at Sega Fes 2019 that it is launching the Genesis Mini this fall... Read more...
It’s not often that we’re witness to vaporware products from Apple, but AirPower definitely fit that category. The wireless accessory – which was supposed to charge an iPhone, AirPods and Apple Watch simultaneously -- was first announced alongside the iPhone X way back in September 2017, and was supposed to launch in... Read more...
T-Mobile has announced something, and it's anyone's guess if it's an elaborate April Fool's prank kicking off a bit early or if it's just a hardcore troll of AT&T's 5G E service. At any rate, it's natural to be dubious of this but the T-Mobile Phone BoothE is also sort of plausible so here is what T-Mobile has to say... Read more...
So far, we’ve seen the arrival of two members of the GeForce GTX “Turing” family of graphics cards. The GeForce GTX 1660 Ti was the first to arrive, which was then followed up by the GeForce GTX 1660. The final and least powerful member of the family, the GeForce GTX 1650, has yet to be released, but is now turning up... Read more...
Federal regulators are big on keeping healthy competition in the wireless marketplace and have in the past blocked mergers of major wireless carriers from happening. Last April, T-Mobile and Sprint announced that they intended to merge with T-Mobile CEO John Legere leading the combined companies. The two carriers... Read more...