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You Can Now Use Motion Controls To Play 'Doom' On Your Nintendo Switch

Bethesda just made the gameplay experience on 'Doom' for the Nintendo Switch even better. The developer added in motion controls to help players aim better and make the game more immersive, calling the feature 'Motion Aiming.'

Video Games

Google Chrome Now Has A Built-In Ad Blocker, But Not Everyone Is Happy

Google's ad-blocking feature for Chrome is a good thing for the average user, some ad-reliant websites, and advertisers. However, some question the way the company implemented things.

Internet February 19, 2018

Samsung Releases The First Official Galaxy S9 Videos To Show You What Its Next Flagship Can Do

Samsung has teased the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus in three new videos. All of them offered a glimpse of some of the flagship's features, such as Super Slow-mo and 3D emoji.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 15, 2018

AR Stickers Arrive To Android Smartphones Thanks To Google's Motion Stills App

Google is bringing augmented reality stickers to Android phones with the Motion Stills app. It works with almost any Android handset out there, as long as it runs on Android 5.1 or later and has a gyrocope and an accelerometer.

Apps/Software February 6, 2018

Google's Pixel Visual Core To Up Your Snapchat, Instagram Game Via Pixel 2 Update

Google is turning on the Pixel 2's Pixel Visual Core for third-party apps. That means apps such as Snapchat, Instagram, and WhatsApp will get to benefit from the image processing unit.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 5, 2018

This Is Amazon's Solution To Keep Alexa From Waking Up When The TV Says Its Name

Will Alexa wake up when it hears its name on a TV commercial, such as Amazon's Super Bowl LII ad? Chances are, it won't, and here's how the retailer is doing it.

Smart Home February 4, 2018

Razer Phone: Gold Edition Unveiled As A Chinese New Year Special, But Only The Logo's Gilded

Razer has taken the wraps off the Razer Phone: Gold Edition for the Chinese New Year. While it's described as gold, it's practically all black except for the logo.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 4, 2018

Samsung Galaxy S9 Leak Shows The Upcoming Flagship Up And Running

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is the star in a new video leak. In the clip, a user is shown to test the touch screen sensitivity of the smartphone.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 24, 2018

Acer Chromebook Spin 11 Gets Updated: Pentium CPU, USB Type-C, And More At $349

Acer is upgrading the Chromebook Spin 11 with a Pentium CPU and USB Type-C ports. The best part is, the lineup starts at an affordable $349 price point.

Computers January 23, 2018

Monster Hunter: World Beta PS4 vs PS4 Pro: Is There A Big Difference?

Between the PlayStation 4 and PS4 Pro, it's obvious that the latter can run 'Monster Hunter: World' better. However, the question is, how big is the gap between the Sony consoles in terms of performance?

Video Games January 23, 2018

This Nintendo Switch Smartphone Holder Makes Online Chatting Work Better

Someone just made a Nintendo Switch smartphone holder. Not only will it make the online chatting experience better, but it will also make browsing, watching streams, and whatnot easier.

Video Games January 21, 2018

Up To 40,000 OnePlus Customers' Credit Card Details Stolen: Are You Affected?

OnePlus has been hit by a malicious script that has stolen the credit card details of up to 40,000 customers. Here's how to find out whether you're affected or not by the breach.

Security January 20, 2018

Can't Use Google Arts & Culture's Selfie-Matching Feature In Illinois Or Texas? Here's A Workaround

The selfie feature of Google's Arts & Culture app that lets users match their selfies to faces in artworks is the latest craze, but it's blocked in Illinois and Texas. There's a workaround, though.

Apps/Software January 17, 2018

Free Windows 10 Upgrade From Windows 8.1 Is Ending On Jan. 16

You have only until Jan. 16 to nab a free Windows 10 upgrade from Windows 8.1, as Microsoft is ending the 'assistive technology loophole.' That means you better decide quick whether you want to take the plunge or not.

Apps/Software January 15, 2018

Dark Souls: Remastered Is Official: Here's Everything We Know So Far

It's official: 'Dark Souls: Remastered' is heading to the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on May 25. Before then, here are a few other details you might have missed.

Video Games January 15, 2018

Is Your iPad Being Throttled? Short Answer Is No

Apple is throttling iPhones, and now the question is, does it slow down iPads too? According to the Cupertino brand, it doesn't, and it's probably because it doesn't need to.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 15, 2018

You Can Get An iPhone Battery Replacement At Office Depot & OfficeMax For $27.99

Can't wait for an iPhone battery replacement from Apple? Then Office Depot & OfficeMax has got you covered. It just dropped its service fee from $49.99 to $27.99.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 13, 2018

Nintendo Direct Mini January 2018: Here Are All The Games, DLC, And Updates Announced

In case you missed the Nintendo Direct Mini of January 2018, here's a list of all the games and updates heading to the Switch. In a word, the early part of 2018 is going to be big for the portable console.

Video Games January 13, 2018

Huawei CEO Richard Yu Goes Off Script To Slam US Carriers Onstage At CES 2018

Huawei CEO Richard Yu went off script during his keynote at CES 2018. He explained the problem the company has been having with U.S. carriers, which could have been sparked by AT&T's sudden withdrawal of their deal.

CES 2018 January 11, 2018

Google Doodle Celebrates 96th Birthday Of Har Gobind Khorana, A Nobel Prize-Winning Biochemist

Google Doodle is celebrating the 96th birthday of the biochemist Har Gobind Khorana. The Indian-American won the Nobel Prize in 1968 for his work in DNA research.

January 10, 2018

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