MENU

ALL POSTS BY Derek Rota

Future Windows 10 Versions To Ship With Real Linux Kernel For WSL

The Microsoft-Linux relationship continues to move forward after Microsoft announced to release a Linux kernel built into an upcoming version of Windows 10. The new kernel will significantly improve the performance of the Windows Subsystem for Linux.

Microsoft May 14, 2019

Fortnite Season 9 Starts May 9: Here's What To Expect

Epic Games just released its first teaser for the upcoming season of 'Fortnite'. Similar to previous seasons, Season 9 is expected to offer tons of surprises for new and old players alike.

Video Games May 7, 2019

90,000 Terrorist Videos Removed From YouTube, Google Reveals

In an attempt to track down extremist content on YouTube, Google checked a million videos with suspected terrorism content. Almost 10 percent of the uploaded videos violated their terrorism policy.

Google May 3, 2019

Pixel 3a XL Spotted At Best Buy In Ohio

Google's upcoming midrange phablet again appeared in the flesh days ahead of its supposed launch on May 7. A tipster spotted the Pixel 3a XL wrapped in its merchandise box in a Best Buy store.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 3, 2019

Gaming Hardware Company Razer Is Finally Making A Toaster

Razer cofounder and CEO Min-Liang Tan has given in to fan requests to build the company's first ever non-gaming related device: a toaster. Tan announced on that the development for the Razer Toaster is currently under way.

Gadgets May 3, 2019

Here's Why You Would Want To Use The Apple Card

Apple on Monday made its newest offering official in the market: its own credit card. Apple Card will enable consumers not just to make purchases using their mobile phones, but to let them use their devices like a credit card.

Apple March 26, 2019

Microsoft's New Chromium-Based Edge Browser Leaked Online

Microsoft's newest version of Edge has been leaked online, allowing users to try the Chromium-based browser. While it functions like Chrome, the company made features parallel to other Windows 10 applications.

Microsoft March 25, 2019

Walmart May Launch Its Own Cloud Gaming Service

Walmart will reportedly announce its very own cloud gaming service days after Google launched Stadia. Unnamed sources claim the company plans to make the platform official by the end of the year.

Video Games March 22, 2019

Nokia Phones In Europe Reportedly Send Data To China

A number of Nokia 7 Plus phones in Norway have reportedly sent private user data to a server in China. HMD Global said it already fixed the problem, but Finnish data protection ombudsman wants to know more.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 22, 2019

Facebook Stored Up To 600 Million Passwords In Plain Text

Facebook reportedly left the passwords of millions of users viewable and searchable by thousands of its own employees. The passwords were not encrypted but instead written in plain text.

Security March 21, 2019

Square Hiring New Crypto Engineers Who Will Be Paid In Bitcoin

Square and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted Wednesday night that his company is looking for several crypto employees. He said the hired candidates will focus on a cryptocurrency ecosystem that is independent of its own objectives.

Business Tech March 21, 2019

Firefox Can Now Block Autoplaying Videos And Sounds

Mozilla announced the launch of Firefox 66, the latest update for its browsing platform. The update will allow consumers to automatically disable autoplay videos that have sound.

Internet March 20, 2019

Super Worm Moon: What Is It And What Time Should You Look Up To See It

A Super Worm Moon will take place on Wednesday, where the moon will be slightly bigger and brighter than ordinary nights. Skywatchers should check the skies right after local sunsets on Wednesday and Thursday.

Space March 20, 2019

What's In An iPhone? UK Scientists Throw Apple Smartphone Into A Blender To Find Out

Two researchers from the University of Plymouth placed a smartphone in a blender to find out its contents. Upon identifying the element composition, the research called for better recycling efforts from smartphone companies.

Apple March 19, 2019

Taco Bell Hot Sauce Saves Florida Customer's Life

A Taco Bell customer walked out unharmed in a car accident after an SUV barrelled into the restaurant. He said he had left his place momentarily to get more hot sauce before the vehicle destroyed his table.

Life & Style March 19, 2019

US To Build First Exascale Supercomputer Capable Of Completing 1 Quintillion Calculations Per Second

U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry announced on Monday the exascale computer project to be developed by Intel and Cray. The supercomputer is expected to launch in 2021 to help various industries in the country.

Computers March 19, 2019

iPhone Stops Arrow, Saves Australian Man's Life

An iPhone saved the life of its owner after it stopped an arrow. Authorities arrested the assailant while the victim suffered minor injuries in his chin.

Apple March 15, 2019

You Can Now Ask Alexa To Play Apple Music From Amazon Fire TV

After supporting Amazon Echo in December, Apple Music now begins streaming for the Fire TV. The move is in line with Apple's recent strategy to push its content to other platforms to gain a wider audience.

Apple March 14, 2019

MIT, Harvard Scientists Create Origami-Inspired Robot Flytrap: Here's What It Can Do

Researchers from Harvard and MIT developed a robotic hand that can pick up a wide array of objects. Once it has overcome some limitations, the origami-shaped hand has the potential to be used in a variety of ways.

Robotics March 14, 2019

Drool, Mortal Gamers: Ninja Rakes In $1 Million For Streaming 'Apex Legends'

Tyler Blevins, otherwise known as 'Ninja,' reportedly raked in $1 million for promoting 'Apex Legends' on Feb. 5. Together with other top streamers, Ninja helped the game set record-breaking numbers in its first month.

Video Games March 14, 2019

1 2
Real Time Analytics