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Crackdown 3 Delayed Again To 2019: Another Misstep For Xbox One Vs PlayStation 4

The 'Crackdown 3' release date has once again been delayed, pushing the game into 2019, according to a report by Kotaku. If the rumor is true, the Xbox One may not pose a challenge to the PlayStation 4 this year.

Video Games June 8, 2018

Parrot Anafi Vs DJI Mavic Air: The Battle Of The Folding 4K Drones

The Parrot Anafi is a folding 4K drone that will challenge the DJI Mavic Air. The new Parrot drone weighs only 0.7 pounds, features a 21 MP camera, and has a battery life of 25 minutes.

Gadgets June 7, 2018

Apple Watch Now Able To Detect Parkinson's Disease Symptoms

The Apple Watch will now be able to monitor Parkinson's disease symptoms, through a new API that Apple added to its ResearchKit framework. The API was announced at WWDC 2018, where Apple also unveiled watchOS 5 for the Apple Watch.

Apple June 7, 2018

Americans Want NASA To Focus On Saving The Earth, Not Space Exploration

NASA is currently focused on missions that will send humans to the Moon and Mars. A survey, however, revealed that Americans think NASA should instead focus on studying climate change and monitoring asteroids that may crash into Earth.

Space June 7, 2018

Moon Falling From Sky Video Not A Hoax: Here's What's Happening

A video showing the moon falling to Earth looks like it came from a movie, but no editing was done to it by Daniel Lopez, the photographer who recorded the footage. Here's the explanation for the amazing and scary scene.

Earth/Environment June 7, 2018

Millions Of Americans May Have Wrong Prescription For Heart Medicine: Here's What You Should Do

More than 11 million Americans may have been issued wrong prescriptions for drugs to prevent heart attacks and strokes. If you think you are one of them, this is what you should do.

Medicine June 7, 2018

New App Store Rules Open iOS To Valve's Steam Link, Other Remote Mirroring Apps

New App Store rules may mean that Valve's Steam Link will soon arrive to the iOS. The remote mirroring app will be allowed as long as Steam purchases are processed on desktop PCs, not on iPhones or iPads.

Apple June 6, 2018

'Overwatch' PTR Rolls Out Symmetra Rework: Here Are The New Skills, Explained

The new and improved Symmetra is finally available for players to try on the 'Overwatch' PTR. Here are the new skills for the 'Overwatch' hero, as well as some tips on how to effectively use them.

Video Games June 6, 2018

Ariana Grande Suffers From PTSD, Caused By Manchester Arena Concert Bombing

Ariana Grande revealed that she is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, due to the May 2017 terrorist attack that targeted her concert in Manchester Arena. PTSD is often linked to warfare, but the disorder is not limited to those situations.

Healthy Living/Wellness June 6, 2018

'Red Dead Redemption 2' Special Editions Unveiled, Including Collector's Box Without The Game

Rockstar Games will release a $79.99 Special Edition, a $99.99 Ultimate Edition, and a $99.99 Collector's Box for 'Red Dead Redemption 2.' Preorder bonuses are also available for the prequel to 2010's 'Red Dead Redemption.'

Video Games June 5, 2018

Facebook Finally Allows Licensed Music In Videos, Starts Testing Musical.ly Rival

Facebook videos are now allowed to include copyrighted music, after the social network entered music licensing deals with labels. Facebook is also testing a new Facebook Live feature that will rival apps such as Musical.ly.

Internet June 5, 2018

Apple SwiftShot: A Slingshot Game That Showcases Multiplayer Augmented Reality

Apple demonstrated SwiftShot, a multiplayer augmented reality app, at WWDC 2018. The competitive slingshot game, however, is just one of the many possible applications for the updated ARKit and should inspire developers to experiment with multi-user augmented reality.

Apple June 5, 2018

There Are Earthquakes In Antarctica After All, Study Shows

A study revealed that there were at least 27 earthquakes in East Antarctica in 2009. The findings are notable because it was previously thought that there are no earthquakes in Antarctica, as the ice was suppressing seismic activity.

Earth/Environment June 5, 2018

Microsoft E3 2018 Sale Unveiled With First-Ever Xbox One X Discount

Microsoft revealed the Biggest Xbox Sale of the Year, which will start on June 7. The sale will feature the first-ever Xbox One X discount and will look to capitalize on the announcements for the Xbox One at E3 2018.

Video Games June 5, 2018

Earth Days Getting Longer, Thanks To The Moon

Days on Earth are getting longer due to the moon's effects on how to Earth spins on its axis. However, it will take some time before days are recalculated to 25 hours.

Space June 5, 2018

'Fallout: New Vegas' Prequel Mod 'Fallout: New California' Release Date Set For October

'Fallout: New California,' a total conversion mod that will serve as the prequel to 'Fallout: New Vegas,' will be released on Oct. 23. The announcement of the five-year project comes after Bethesda teased the next 'Fallout' game, 'Fallout 76.'

Video Games June 4, 2018

NASA Probe To Study The Heliosphere, The Magnetic Bubble Protecting The Solar System

A new NASA probe named the Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe will study the boundary of the heliosphere, which is the magnetic bubble protecting the solar system from cosmic radiation. IMAP is expected to launch by 2024.

Space June 4, 2018

Apple Music Web Player Now Allows Subscribers To Log In And Play Full Songs

The Apple Music web player generated by widgets provided by the service was recently upgraded to allow subscribers to sign in and playback full songs and albums. Does this mean that a dedicated Apple Music web client is coming soon?

Apple June 4, 2018

Apple Watch Distracted Driving Case: Woman Found Guilty For Checking Time

A woman failed to move her vehicle when the light turned green because she was checking the time on her Apple Watch. Despite her arguments, she was found guilty of distracted driving.

Apple June 4, 2018

Asteroid Crashes Into Earth Atmosphere Just Hours After It Was Discovered

An asteroid crashed into the Earth's atmosphere over Africa just hours after it was first spotted. Should there be concerns that a bigger, more destructive asteroid will impact the planet without being detected?

Space June 4, 2018

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