Category: News

Actually, Fall Guys isn’t coming to Xbox through Game Pass launch

Update: Fall Guys is not coming to Xbox Game Pass. Following the original posting of this story, publisher Devolver Digital has shot down the possibility of the game coming to the subscription service. “That’s incorrect,” the Fall Guys publisher said. This isn’t the first time Xbox Game Pass has seen a blunder like this. In […]
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Netflix Now Has over 200 Million Paid Subscribers

As the COVID-19 pandemic forced us to adapt to a new kind of lifestyle that restricted us to our homes, we have seen the rise of many OTT platforms in the past year. One of these is, of course, Netflix. The US-based streaming giant announced today that it has surpassed a major milestone. It now […]
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Concerns remain about Microsoft Teams employee analytics

Microsoft was embroiled in a controversy last year when they unveiled their new Productivity Score feature, an element of their new Microsoft Workplace Analytics tool, which would assign a number to how well an employee was engaging with their work and colleagues using electronic communication, with many calling the micro-managing surveillance dystopian. Microsoft responded to […]
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Hackers offers to sell Microsoft, Cisco, more source code related to Solarwinds incident

We reported last week that Microsoft’s investigation of the Solarwinds hack discovered that hackers appear to have compromised some of their internal accounts and had viewed some Microsoft source code. Now a hacker is offering to sell access to the Windows 10 source code for $600,000. Gallery The news was reported by security researcher Jake […]
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Lenovo announces new gen ThinkPad X1 Carbon and ThinkPad X1 Yoga with 16:10 displays and Dolby Voice

At CES 2021, Lenovo today announced the new ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 9 and X1 Yoga Gen 6 devices. Both the devices now come with larger 16:10 displays, wider touchpad, larger battery, and rear venting—all while remaining ultrathin and ultralight. Also, they come with integrated fingerprint reader on power button and new ComputerVision Experiences (CVx) support by […]
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Check Out This Batman Grappling Gun That Actually Works

Even though modern technology is pretty advanced and all, real-world gadgets cannot generally match the capabilities of fictional tech gadgets. Have you seen anyone swinging around the city using a grappling-gun at night? Well, considering your distant uncle is not Bruce Wayne, I’ll say neither have I. However, you might see one now, as a […]
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Interview: RuneScape lead designer David Osborne reveals what 2021 has in store for Jagex’s signature MMO

RuneScape is a long-running MMORPG that is currently celebrating its 20th anniversary. Recently, I got the chance to sit down with RuneScape’s lead designer, David Osborne, to discuss the anniversary in detail. If you’re interested, be sure to check out our breakdown of everything you can expect for the Anniversary Event. However, that’s far from […]
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Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G Announced

During its IFA 2020 presentation last year, Qualcomm confirmed that it will launch Snapdragon 400-series chipsets with 5G support next year. We’re just four days into 2021 and Qualcomm has officially announced the Snapdragon 480 5G chipset today. Snapdragon 480 5G is the first 5G chipset in the Snapdragon 400-series. It is joining the ranks […]
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Apple Is Working on a Reconfigurable Keyboard for MacBook

While MacBooks have been a pretty popular notebook for both casual and professional users, one major complaint users had was about the finicky keyboards of the devices. Apple addressed this by updating its MacBook line with a new and improved Magic Keyboard. However, it seems like Apple is not done with improving its keyboard. A […]
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