Tag Archives: gaming

Samsung 7nm EUV chip production gets underway

Samsung Electronics revealed they’d gotten underway with wafer production on its next process node, 7nm LPP EUV. That’s also known as 7-nanometer (nm) LPP (Low Power Plus) with extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography technology. Also in the mix this week were new SmartSSD, QLC-SSD, and 256GB 3DS RDIMM.

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Researchers found a way to monitor Ross Ice Shelf from afar

Direct study of Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf is difficult because of the extreme conditions at the location. Scientists believe they have found a way for monitoring of changes on the ice shelf from afar.

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Galaxy S10 vs Huawei Mate 20 Pro (Possibilities vs Reality)

Today we’re taking a stab at comparing the newest phones to the phones that haven’t quite been released just yet.

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OnePlus 6T OxygenOS teased with some significant changes

The OnePlus 6T is coming out this month and it’s going to be quite a divisive one. On the one hand, it will make some rather big changes that won’t make everyone happy.

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Woojer Ryg haptic feedback vest supports all gaming platforms

Company Woojer is seeking funding for Ryg, a haptic feedback vest that supports “pretty much” all gaming consoles, VR systems, PC games, and smartphones. The device adds a new layer of experience to one’s gaming sessions, enabling players to feel actions in their body as they happen on the screen. This can include, for example, feeling the roar of a … Continue reading

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‘Destiny 2: Forsaken’ purchases now include earlier add-ons

Destiny 2: Forsaken is a significant improvement to a game that had a rough start, but it also had a rude surprise for newcomers: it didn't include the two expansions from the original game, making you pay twice just to catch up with people who had b...

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Facebook rolls out a dedicated game streaming app (that you can’t use)

It’s not exactly a secret that Facebook has been trying to unseat sites like YouTube and Twitch when it comes to streaming video – particularly game streaming. Over the summer, a new portal called Fb.gg was launched, organizing Facebook’s game streaming service in one place. Of course, the success of YouTube and Twitch comes in part because of their mobile … Continue reading

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Amazon picker robots tipped to do heavy lifting in warehouses

Amazon is developing robots that can pick items from inventory in fulfillment centers, according to a new report. These robots will allegedly perform the same job as human “pickers,” retrieving items ordered by customers and moving them to packaging for shipment. The report indicates these robots may eventually replace many human warehouse workers

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Blizzard clarifies Diablo leak, says ‘Reign of Terror’ is not a thing

Blizzard fans, specifically Diablo players, had a lot to be excited about over the last day, as several new items listed on the developer’s online store featured the name “Diablo Reign of Terror.” These were at first believed to have been revealed a bit early, and considered leaks of an announcement to come at this year’s BlizzCon event. Blizzard has … Continue reading

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Xbox One shoppers can get a free Echo Dot from Amazon

Many of you might remember when the Xbox One console first debuted, and how it came packaged with the Kinect accessory that enabled both motion camera and voice command features. It’s no secret the Kinect was widely hated, and now it’s dead and discontinued. But it seems Microsoft is still trying to make voice control a thing, as the latest … Continue reading

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