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Would you like to be able to play classic Nintendo 64 games on your Nintendo Switch? This may be possible sooner than you think. Insiders claim that Nintendo 64 games will soon be available through a higher-priced Nintendo Switch Online subscription. Insider NateDrake claims that Nintendo 64 games will be added to... Read more...
Look out, Tesla! Lucid Motors is coming for the Model S with guns blazing. The company just announced that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has given the Air Dream Edition the highest-rated range of any publicly available electric vehicle to date. We already knew that the Air would be available in a... Read more...
We've heard plenty of rumors about the alleged Nintendo Switch Pro in the past few weeks, with the most recent information suggesting the console could be revealed in the days leading up Nintendo Direct event at E3 2021. Today, we're getting a bit of insight into what SoC could be inside the Switch Pro to give it the... Read more...
Although Windows 10X still hasn't been released to the public, there has been a steady stream of information leaked about the operating system in recent months. Windows 10X was supposed todebut on the Surface Neo, but Microsoft delayed the operating system and its dual-screen foldable in May 2020. Reliable... Read more...
The world may never go completely back to the way it was before the Coronavirus pandemic wreaked havoc across the globe. As we collectively pick ourselves by the bootstraps, Microsoft is preparing for a future in which remote work is the new normal and not necessarily the exception, and has launched what it calls the... Read more...
It is said you learn something new every day, and for me, I just learned there is a World Emoji Day. I also learned that World Emoji Day is today, July 17 (so now I do not have to fret if I learning nothing at all new tomorrow). To celebrate the occasion, Google announced it will be adding all 117 new emojis from the... Read more...
Not all hackers are jerks, but the ones preying on the global population with booby-trapped maps of the coronavirus sure fall into that category. It's just a scummy thing to do. Fortunately, not every interactive COVID-19 tracking map is laced with malware. If you are looking for one that is clean, you now have one... Read more...
Thecoronavirushas been a devastating force that has killed nearly 6,000 people around the globe, with the most deaths occurring in mainland china (3,085 deaths). Not only has the coronavirus taken a huge human toll, but it has upended financial markets around the world, and is paralyzing our way of life. From schools... Read more...
The coronavirus has taken the world by storm in the past month, and is actively disrupting travel, trade, and unfortunately taking lives in the process. For those that are concerned about the coronavirus, or simply would like to see a detailed graphical representation of reported cases around the globe, the Center for... Read more...
Does the new United States Space Force logo go where no logo has gone before? Many have argued that the US Space Force logo resembles Star Treks Starfleet command logo. Their similarities have been the subject of both jokes and outrage on social media. President Donald Trump revealed the new logo of the US Space... Read more...
Brave is a company that was co-founded by ex-Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich after he was booted from the organization in 2014. Brave today launched version 1.0 of its browser, and it is available for most platforms including Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS. Brave is launching into a market that is ripe with... Read more...
Have you ever heard of trypophobia? Many probably haven't heard the word before, but it's a term said to have been coined in 2005 on reddit that describes a condition where people have an aversion to seeing clusters of small holes. People who have this condition say that the new iPhone 11 Pro's rear camera array is... Read more...
Goodbye Windows, hello Linux! The South Korean government recently announced that they will be switching the operating systems of all of their computers from Windows to Linux. The South Korean government has relied on Windows 7 for several years and does not plan to transition to Windows 10. Unfortunately for many... Read more...
In case you missed it last night (and I suspect most people did), a person who dressed up like Leisure Suit Larry went on Twitch and read the entire source code for the game, which is impressive on several different levels. Not the least among them is that it took the guy nearly 12 hours to read the source code in its... Read more...
This has been a big week for NVIDIA, as it officially announced itsGeForce RTX familyon Monday that promises to bring real-time ray tracing (and all of the added realism that comes as a result) to the next-generation of video games. While we've talked a lot about the hardware that powers NVIDIA RTX real-time ray... Read more...
We've been hearing about Intel's (re)entry into the discrete enthusiast graphics realm for quite some time, and the company even confirmed its efforts when it snatchedGPU guru Raja Kodurifrom AMD. At the time, Intel stated, "In this position, Koduri will expand Intels leading position in integrated graphics for the PC... Read more...
The European Union's Legal Affairs Committee (JURI) voted in favor of draft legislation that would overhaul Europe's copyright rules. However, the concern from several Internet pioneers, civil liberties groups, and others who oppose the legislation fear that it will ultimately be a tool for surveillance and... Read more...
It's no secret that cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum have their loyal followers along with scathing detractors. Billionaire investor Warren Buffett has never been a fan of cryptocurrencies, but he ratcheted up the rhetoric this week by calling Bitcoin "rat poison squared". Buffett helms Berkshire Hathaway... Read more...
If you have ever used the AI personal assistants baked into smartphones, you know they aren't always that helpful. Research firm Stone Temple has issued an update for 2018 on its Digital Personal Assistants accuracy study. The study tested 4,952 queries on five different devices including Alexaon Amazon Echo... Read more...
We've all seen those annoying "Warranty Void if Removed" stickers on electronics. They're normally either slapped over a screw silo or wrapped around where two pieces of metal/plastic join together to discourage you (or a third party) from opening up the device to tinker with it yourself. Well, the Federal Trade... Read more...
One of the most popular game franchises to ever grace the PC was Half-Life, which hailed from Valve. Fans have wanted to delve back into the world of Gordon Freeman for many years now, and have all but given up any hope of Half-Life 3. The flames of hope for Half-Life 3 are starting to be stoked again with Valve's... Read more...
Cobalt is a metal that is used in the making of batteries for all types of devices. Apple is one of the largest end users of cobalt in the world with the metal being a key ingredient in the batteries used in most of Apple devices. The challenge is that with the growth of electric and hybrid vehicles gobbling ever... Read more...
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