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Microsoft Reveals List Of Games Enhanced For Xbox One X, But Don’t Get Excited Yet

As the Xbox One X nears launch, Microsoft is increasingly drumming up hype for its 6-teraflop console. As such, Major Nelson has now revealed the full list of games that will take advantage of the machine’s more powerful specs.

Video Games

Use Your Google Home To Play Music Via Spotify Free: Here’s How

Google has just added the ability to play Spotify on its Home smart speaker even for those who only have free accounts. The move fulfills the company’s intent to make the device more compatible with streaming services.

Gadgets August 19, 2017

Can’t Find The Right Video? Google Will Now Autoplay 6-Second Previews Via Mobile Search

Google will soon help you identify the exact video you’re looking for by autoplaying them for six seconds. Android devices will get it first, but Google has hinted plans for iOS support possibly in the future.

Google August 19, 2017

New ‘Pokémon Ultra Sun,’ ‘Ultra Moon’ Trailer Released: New Z Moves, Photo Club, Necrozma, And Walking Pokémon? [Video]

A brand-new trailer for 'Pokémon Ultra Sun and 'Ultra Moon' has now been released, containing few hints on the major changes from last year’s 'Sun' and 'Moon.' Alongside the cute new Photo Club, a beloved feature might make a return.

Video Games August 19, 2017

Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone Is Now Available: What The Critics Are Saying

Reviews for the Andy Rubin’s first-ever smartphone have started to come out. Critics praised the phone’s risky design choices but complained about a few things, such as the lack of a headphone jack.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech August 19, 2017

Waymo vs. Uber: Anthony Levandowski Reveals Why He Stole The Files, But The Judge Doesn’t Buy It

Waymo’s case against Uber has now taken to a turn favor of the Google-owned company. The judge has ruled that Uber can’t present what Anthony Levandowski claims is the reason why he downloaded Google’s files for self-driving technology.

Business Tech August 19, 2017

Want To Stream Next Week’s Solar Eclipse? The Best Bet Is Twitter Or NASA

The solar eclipse will finally happen across the United States on Aug. 21. If you can’t watch in real-life, here’s how to make sure you still won’t miss it.

Internet August 18, 2017

Apple Watch Series 3 Is Already In ‘Final Testing Phase,’ Launching Q4 2017: Report

The Apple Watch Series 3 has now been given an alleged release date. The LTE-powered smartwatch will reportedly ship in Q4 this year to be launched alongside the much-awaited iPhone 8.

Wearable Tech August 18, 2017

Asus Makes The ZenFone 4 Series Official, And They’re All About Dual Cameras: Should You Buy One?

Asus has now officially launched the complete ZenFone 4 line, with six models in total. Two of the lineup features dual front-facing cameras, perfect for the selfie-obsessed.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech August 18, 2017

Netflix Plans To Spend Even More Money On Content Next Year, Including Both Original And Licensed Programming

Netflix has announced that it will spend $7 billion on content next year, acquiring new programs and creating original ones as well. The company also scoffed at critics who say it overspends.

Business Tech August 18, 2017

NPD Report: Nintendo Switch Outsold PlayStation 4 And Xbox One In July Thanks To ‘Splatoon 2’

Nintendo is having a fine year. NPD Group has just released gaming statistics for July 2017, and it’s clear that Nintendo is performing extremely well thanks to the Switch.

Video Games August 18, 2017

Updated Google Docs Makes It The Best Word Processor For Collaborating: Here’s What’s New

Google has made its already excellent word processor even better. Docs has now been updated to include even more live collaboration tools, in addition to templates that can integrate with add-ons.

Apps/Software August 17, 2017

Apple Takes On Netflix, Amazon With $1 Billion Investment For Original Shows: Video Streaming Service Coming Soon?

Apple is preparing $1 billion to take on rival streaming services with its own lineup or original programming. But can it elbow Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu in the streaming race?

Apple August 17, 2017

Google Home Just Became A Telephone: Why It’s Much Better Than Making Calls On Amazon Echo

Google has announced that its smart speaker can now place calls for free, provided that the recipients are in the United States or Canada. Google’s approach to calling services is much better than Amazon.

Google August 17, 2017

LG V30 Render Leaked: It’s Basically A Spitting Image Of The Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Ahead of its Aug. 31 launch, renders of the LG V30 have leaked, showing the phone’s bezel-less display. Since it looks quite similar to the Samsung Galaxy S8, it’ll be interesting to see how LG plans to stand out.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech August 17, 2017

Mark Zuckerberg Promises To Shut Down Hate Groups And Remove Harmful Content On Facebook After Charlottesville

Facebook has now voiced its stance against the events of Charlottesville, Virginia, saying its site has no place for hate. Several tech companies are now facing the same pressure to make statements condemning white supremacy.

Internet August 17, 2017

Next-Generation Android Phones Could Have Depth-Sensing Cameras Thanks To Qualcomm

Qualcomm has now teased what its next Snapdragon chip is capable of, particularly in the camera department. Long story short, expect android smartphones with depth-sensing cameras by 2018.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech August 16, 2017

A Firmware Update Just Bricked LockState Smart Locks, Leaving Some Stranded

About 500 smart locks from LockState were bricked because of a faulty software update, causing some upset and concern. The mishap might be seen as evidence that connected devices pose some serious risks.

Gadgets August 16, 2017

Intel Unveils Ice Lake, Its Second 10-Nanometer Chip Architecture After Cannon Lake: What We Know So Far

Intel has now confirmed that Ice Lake is going to follow Cannon Lake as its second chip architecture under the 10-nanometer process. Release date, specific gains, and other details remain uncertain.

Computers August 16, 2017

Google Finally Releases Web Version Of Allo, But Here’s The Catch

Fans of Allo can now use Google’s messaging platform on the web. However, you might want to keep your Android device close if you want to continue using it.

Apps/Software August 16, 2017

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