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Ataribox release and pricing: Console price with AMD graphics

Ataribox release and pricing: Console price with AMD graphics

We’re learning a lot more about Atari’s mysterious Ataribox console today. Announced back when summer was in full swing, Atari was very hush-hush with details at first. Today, however, we’re learning
Google plans drastic split to escape further antitrust fines

Google plans drastic split to escape further antitrust fines

Facing a potentially expensive deadline in Europe, Google will reportedly take drastic steps to avoid another antitrust fine over allegations its comparison shopping service squeezes out the
Microsoft’s quantum computers now have a language

Microsoft’s quantum computers now have a language

Quantum computing’s most practical use until now might have been as a plot point in sci-fi novels, but Microsoft believes the “revolutionary technology” is finally headed to a practical level. At

Google Assistant app updated with search bar and icon for finding services

Google is known as the top search engine so it only makes sense that it adds the search function to almost any service it offers. One of the tech giant’s latest ventures is the Google Assistant that
Pokemon GO is down and this time it’s serious

Pokemon GO is down and this time it’s serious

Amid login issues aplenty, this morning Pokemon GO was declared officially down and out for several hours. This is the first time in about a year that the service was down for more than an hour or two
Google Assistant is now on LG’s smart appliances

Google Assistant is now on LG’s smart appliances

Earlier this year, we heard that LG had plans to bring Google Assistant to its range of smart appliances. It appears that today is the day for that functionality to go live. LG revealed this morning

Security updates for Nexus 5X, 6P extended up to November 2018

From what Google has been scheduled before and from general knowledge about the mothership’s end-of-support habits, it looked like security update support for latter day flagship devices Nexus 6P and
You may soon unlock smartphone via heart sensing biometric scanner

You may soon unlock smartphone via heart sensing biometric scanner

We are all used to biometrics for security on our computers and other items today. Typically this is either a facial, retinal, or fingerprint scan that unlocks the computer and logs us into whatever
2018 Lexus LS 500 First Drive: The luxury of identity

2018 Lexus LS 500 First Drive: The luxury of identity

If it’s usually your thirties when you discover your real identify, you could argue the 2018 Lexus LS 500 and LS 500h are ahead of schedule. The fifth-generation of the automaker’s flagship luxury

Samsung releases updates with Blueborne vulnerability fix

We recently wrote about a critical vulnerability in most modern phones which utilizes the Bluetooth connection of mobile devices – this is called the Blueborne vulnerability. It was pretty critical
This is what the Xbox Watch could have looked like

This is what the Xbox Watch could have looked like

Although not as daring as, say, Google, Microsoft has had its fair share of hardware experiments. Many of which, however, are perhaps best forgotten. One such device might be the so called Xbox Watch,

Alexa now available on Amazon Music Android app

If you’ve been pretty envious of your friends who have been enjoying Alexa on their Echo devices, you non-Echo owning person will finally be able to experience Amazon’s digital voice assistant on your
Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo packs 680hp

Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo packs 680hp

Porsche has announced the most powerful Panamera Sport Turismo and the car is a hybrid. The gas engine for the car is a 550 hp 4.0L twin-turbo V8 engine and the electric hybrid motor is a 136hp unit.

XDA member turns Samsung DeX into a working laptop via DIY

The idea behind Samsung DeX is that you can sit your Samsung Galaxy S8 on the proprietary dock, connect it to an HD display, pair a mouse and a keyboard and you should be able to work on a desktop or
Ken Block Almost Died Filming Climbkhana at Pikes Peak

Ken Block Almost Died Filming Climbkhana at Pikes Peak

Ken block is crazy when it comes to filming his awesome Gymkhana series of videos. He jumps over all sorts of things and generally hoons all over whatever setting he is involved in. This time out we
Twitter says it won’t delete “newsworthy” Trump tweets

Twitter says it won’t delete “newsworthy” Trump tweets

US President Donald Trump’s “Modern Day Presidential” use of social media has undoubtedly raised a few legal questions and tested the limits of such services’ policies. Twitter, his favorite social

Google Home now allows you to set and manage reminders

We’re eager to learn more about the next-gen Google Home but we know it will just be a Mini version. The Google Home Mini is scheduled to launch next week but it is positioned to rival the Amazon Echo
Google Home can now finally set and manage reminders

Google Home can now finally set and manage reminders

Smart speakers that house smart assistants have become quite the tech fad, allowing you to control your digital life with voice alone. Well, almost. If you are using a Google Home, you’d be painfully

Verizon stops selling its own Wear24 smartwatch

The wearable market is still a pretty viable one given the number of major brands still producing fitness trackers and smartwatches. However, it doesn’t always mean a product that you make guarantees
Opera web browser to soon have built-in 360 VR video player

Opera web browser to soon have built-in 360 VR video player

Virtual reality is still a bit of flux at the moment, with so many players and so many variables that make the setup a tad complicated. When you do manage to get your hands on a rig powerful enough to