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Electronic Arts acquires GameFly’s cloud streaming tech

Electronic Arts made a rather surprising announcement today, revealing that it has acquired GameFly’s cloud gaming assets and its personnel. We have, of course, heard a lot of talk about game streaming in recent years, with many big players in the games industry either considering a streaming service of their own or already trying their hand at it. It looks … Continue reading

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Legrand Radiant wall plate has a vertical Qi wireless charger

Although not exactly talked about as much, wireless charging is slowly starting to be a common feature in high-end smartphones (unless you ask OnePlus). Apple’s addition of the capability in its latest iPhones is practically a seal of approval for the technology. Wireless chargers, however, have their drawbacks, specifically in the limited positions you can charge a phone

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Apple, TSMC start production of 7nm A12 chips for next iPhones

The parade of new Android phones is practically over, save for one or two very late arrivals. In a few months, it will be Apple’s turn to make waves in the smartphone market. The 2018 iPhone models aren’t due until this fall but it seems that the ball has started rolling for Apple’s next triplet.

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Samsung confirms Galaxy Note 9 feature upgrade

The Galaxy Note 9 received a bona-fide real-deal feature confirmation this week straight from Samsung. This came amid leaks on top of leaks for the past several weeks, the lot constructing an image of a phone that’s been surprisingly consistent. In light of rumors of a game-changing Galaxy S10 in 2019, a unique feature for the Galaxy Note 9 is … Continue reading

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Pokemon GO Alolan Forms: Here are all 10, ranked

Today we’re having a peek at all the new Pokemon coming to Pokemon GO this Spring and early Summer – ALOLA! Each Alolan version of a Pokemon has the same Pokemon root as its Kanto “Normal” form. Of course all Pokemon evolved from a single Pokemon at the origin of the Pocket Monster universe, but still – it’s important to … Continue reading

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YubiKey NEO brings hardware 2FA security to iOS: What you should know

Yubico made a couple of exciting announcements concerning its YubiKey NEO authentication hardware today. The first is that the key is now compatible with iPhones, allowing users to employ two-factor authentication methods that don’t need to rely on SMS verification codes

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Everything Razer announced today: Razer Core X, Blade 2018

This morning Razer revealed two major upgrades for two major products: the 2018 Razer Blade (15.6-inch) and the new Razer Core X. They also announced a few accessories that work between the two major products.

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Twitter opts for its own emoji to ease frustration for Android users

Twitter users on Android might be a little less frustrated that they can't see every emoji if they can't (or won't) upgrade to Android Oreo. That's because Twitter has dropped Android's native emoji and is using its own, open-source Twemoji to displa...

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Variant 4 vulnerability: Spectre continues to haunt Intel, AMD, ARM

2018 immediately started off on the wrong foot for Intel and, consequently, the computing industry at large.

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Comcast xFi Pods give XFinity users their own home mesh

Wi-Fi meshes are now the hot thing in home networking. Once just a feature in offices and more sophisticated environments, home networks have become just as complicated to require their assistance. There is no shortage of Wi-Fi meshes from popular router and networking equipment makers, but, while more open and flexible, they may not always work with ISPs proprietary technologies.

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