Latest News - April 2020
- Here Are All Fortnite Honey Pot Locations In For The Bears Secret Challenge
- Google's DeepMind Agent57 AI Masters Classic Atari Games Like Pitfall And Solaris
- April Fool's Day Pranks Hit Your Favorite Games Including COD: Modern Warfare, PUBG, Overwatch And More
- Activision Swings Ban Hammer On 50,000 Call Of Duty: Warzone Cheaters
- FCC Mandates That Carriers Adopt Call Authentication To Combat Relentless Robocalls
- T-Mobile Completes Sprint Merger To Pursue 5G Future, John Legere Steps Down As CEO
- Samsung Tries To Rescue Galaxy S20 Sales With 50 Percent Buy Back Guarantee
- Why Android Users Are Outraged Over Apple Acquiring Popular Dark Sky Weather App
- Gigabyte Upgrades GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Turing Family With Performance Boosting GDDR6
- Kevin Durant Headlines NBA 2K20 Tournament Pitting Real NBA Players Against Each Other
- Researchers Allege Zoom Security Flaw May Expose Your Windows Login Credentials
All News for April 2020
Fortnite recently received an update that brought game to version 12.30 and carried with it a few changes. One of the changes that frequent players will remember was an update at the Daily Assignment Challenge Board, where photos have been added. After the update, players can now go to the Weeping Woods and unlocking... Read more...
We’ve seen Alphabet/Google’s DeepMind AI crush human opponents in games like StarCraft II, but now the team is going back in time to tackle games from 4 decades ago. Dubbed Agent57, this new AI is gaining attention for learning how to play a total of – you guessed it – 57 Atari 2600 games. The DeepMind team... Read more...
April Fool's Day Pranks Hit Your Favorite Games Including COD: Modern Warfare, PUBG, Overwatch And More
April Fools’ Day is here and this year we could all especially use a laugh. Some companies like Google are not participating in April Fools’ Day, but there are still plenty of pranks to be found in video games. Here are some of the best 2020 April Fools’ Day tricks that are floating around a few of our favorite video... Read more...
Let us all take a moment of silence for the tens of thousands of cheaters in Call of Duty: Warzone, who publisher Activision has permanently banned since the battle royale mode launched earlier this month. Just kidding, go ahead and celebrate—pump your fist in the air, high five your cat, or do whatever makes you feel... Read more...
The FCC has issued a mandate that all phone companies must support, which will help to fight spoofed robocalls. The FCC adopted new rules on March 31, 2020 that require the implementation of caller ID authentication using technical standards known as STIR/SHAKEN. The FCC says the new rules will further its efforts to... Read more...
After a few false starts over the years, T-Mobile has finally completed its merger with Sprint. Sprint was the fourth place U.S. wireless carrier, with T-Mobile sitting in the third-place position. As a combined company -- which will simply be called T-Mobile -- it will remain in third place behind Verizon Wireless... Read more...
It seems Samsung is getting a tad desperate to sell more flagship Galaxy S20 handsets. Sales are reportedly well below Samsung's previous generation flagship handsets, due in part to the Coronavirus outbreak, and premium pricing might be playing a role as well. To help with the latter, Samsung has implemented a rather... Read more...
There aren't many things that Apple can do that really get the Android community fired up and angry. Sure, Android fans might get annoyed when Apple tries to act as if it is the first to "perfect" hardware or software features that appeared on Android devices years before, but nothing has struck a chord quite like the... Read more...
Here is a little fun fact about technology journalism—the Consumer Electronics Show is typically the busiest time of the year for tech writers, while April Fool's Day is the most challenging. Why the latter? Gag announcement abounds, and in the wild world of technology, it's not always easy to separate the silliness... Read more...
The coronavirus pandemic means that in-person gatherings of more than the number of people who currently live in your household are a non-starter. That means live sporting events are canceled all around the world, leaving athletes and fans alike with nothing to do. Several motorsports, including NASCAR and F1, turned... Read more...
Zoom, makers of the popular video conferencing software that goes by the same name, suddenly finds itself in the limelight, though not just because the Coronavirus outbreak has more people than ever working from home. Following a controversy over its data collection policy (which Zoom has apologized for), security... Read more...