Tag Archives: features

SGDQ 2018: What it is, how to watch, and the must-see speedruns

The speedrunning community has a big week ahead of it, as Summer Games Done Quick 2018 kicks off today. Considering the reach of these twice-yearly Games Done Quick marathons, there’s a good chance you already know what SGDQ 2018 is, and that’s especially true if you’re already a member of the speedrunning community. If you’re new to speedrunning, here’s everything … Continue reading

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Tesla’s Model 3 catches up on Autopilot and WiFi features

Tesla is still rushing to give the Model 3 some of the features you might take for granted in its EV stablemates. As part of a broader update across the lineup (including increased Autopilot nagging), Model 3 units now support a few key features, mos...

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2019 Honda Insight first drive: 55mpg without the hybrid hype

Sometimes you just have to grow up and, when it comes to hybrid cars, you’ll struggle to find a better example of that than the 2019 Honda Insight. The third generation of vehicle to bear the Insight name, Honda’s latest gas-electric option consciously avoids an ostentatious display of its green credentials, in favor of something that uses hybrid tech as … Continue reading

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How to re-enable Facebook Privacy (sigh, again)

Today Facebook’s latest privacy flub is in the spotlight, and you might just want to check yourself before you get wrecked. The incident occurred some time ago – a few weeks, or so – and it affected probably….

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At WWDC, watchOS 5 paves way to Apple smart glasses

Apple’s message at WWDC 2018 that we’re too attached to our iPhone seems, for a company the fortunes of which are so closely tied to its smartphone, a strange one.

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How to install the iOS 12 beta on your iPhone and iPad

Users of SOME sorts were given the opportunity to download and run iOS 12 this week during WWDC 2018. The first group of people able to download the beta are Developers: paid developer accounts, that is to say. If you’ve got an Apple account but not a paid Apple Developer Program Account, you’ll just have to wait a little while … Continue reading

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Twitter brings modern features to its web and Windows apps

Twitter's other clients now have some of the features you take for granted using its main apps. Its mobile web version, Twitter Lite and Twitter for Windows now support night mode, real-time updates on replies, likes and retweets as well as a newer T...

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OnePlus 6 review: A big step closer to the perfect smartphone

I still remember that day, more than four years ago, when OnePlus came out of nowhere with its promise "to spare no expense" to bring us "the perfect smartphone." Ever since then, the OnePlus handsets have consistently punched above their weight agai...

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OnePlus 6 Official: release date, specs, price (all the details)

Today we’re having a peek at the OnePlus 6 in full detail. This device is the newest in a line of devices from a brand that’s aimed to set itself aside in the market in a number of ways. Where before it was all about offering a high-end device at a low price, now it’s all about offering a premium … Continue reading

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I’ve got one big question after Waymo’s autonomous car crash

Waymo’s computers may not have been at the wheel during the Arizona car crash last Friday, but eventually autonomous car developers will have to figure out just how human they dare let their AI drivers behave. While plenty of attention has been given to the technological barriers to self-driving cars, and a reasonable amount to the insurance and regulatory implications, … Continue reading

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