Tag Archives: gaming

PS Vita cartridges just refuse to die

Earlier this week, Sony dealt a blow that we all knew was coming.

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Google Duo brings screen sharing to Android

Google’s Duo app has become one of the most popular video calling app on Android since its debut in 2016, and now it’s introducing a rare feature for mobile platforms: screen sharing. The latest version of Duo is rolling out with the ability to share what’s displayed on a phone’s screen while on a call, allowing the other person to … Continue reading

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All the new Overwatch anniversary event skins have leaked

Blizzard’s hit game Overwatch is celebrating its second birthday at the end of this month, and that means a new anniversary event begins next week. The event runs from May 22nd through June 11th on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and like the game’s other event held throughout the year will feature special loot boxes with time limited cosmetics like … Continue reading

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Hasbro just trademarked the smell of Play-Doh

As unusual trademarks go, scents are some of the rarest, but that hasn’t stopped Hasbro from trademarking the distinctive smell of Play-Doh. Little changed since 1956, when Play-Doh was first created, the scent is one of the most distinctive aspects of the modeling dough experience, its makers argue. “The scent of Play-Doh compound has always been synonymous with childhood and … Continue reading

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Oculus’ mobile VR now supports paid add-ons for apps

Downloadable extras are a staple of the gaming world on PCs, phones and consoles, but not in VR. With Oculus' devices, you've either had to buy another app or hope the creator would be kind enough to throw in thew new content for free

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Where to put your old phone batteries (Hint: NOT in the garbage)

Lithium-ion batteries are exploding at dumps and recycling plants across the United States – and that’s a problem.

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Recommended Reading: The fate of Facebook’s free internet project

What happened to Facebook's grand plan to wire the world? Jessi Hempel, Wired For years, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg touted the company's Internet.org initiative that sought to bring connectivity to everyone in the world

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These tiny CubeSats could revolutionize how NASA predicts weather

Some of NASA’s smallest cargo on the upcoming resupply launch to the International Space Station will in fact be some of its most important, with a new flock of tiny satellites paving the way for future missions. While the flight will take numerous scientific experiments and more mundane supplies to the orbiting space station, it will also count three CubeSats … Continue reading

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Logitech G305 review: A LIGHTSPEED gaming mouse for the mainstream

I think it’s safe to say that Logitech has been crafting some really solid gaming mice lately. Back in March, I reviewed the G703 and G903 gaming mice, which both come with all the bells and whistles: RGB lighting, Powerplay support, HERO sensors, and LIGHTSPEED technology. I found them to be excellent mice, and I said at the time that … Continue reading

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Google AR headset “A65” tipped to rival HoloLens

Google is reportedly developing a standalone Augmented Reality headset to take on Microsoft HoloLens, a cable-free system that does not require a tethered PC to drive it. The rumors come after the launch of the first standalone Daydream headset, the Lenovo Mirage Solo, which packages a full virtual reality system into a single wearable

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