PS5 and Xbox Series X are coming, but these PCs are trying to fill the gap – The Verge

Every January, PC gaming companies get a full week during CES to show us the latest and greatest in new processors, graphics cards, monitors, and everything else that’s been cooking for the last year or longer. Normally, the PC industry gets to do this without its console counterpart encroaching on its turf. It’s a place…

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DuckDuckGo is Now a Default Search Engine Option on Android in the EU – Search Engine Journal

DuckDuckGo will soon be offered as an option for default search engine on Android devices across the EU.European regulators are forcing Google to present Android users with the option to choose their own default search engine. The option to choose default search providers has always been available on Android devices, but it’s something users would…

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AI Was Everywhere at CES – Datanami

Samsung says the new AI-powered Neon avatars represent a new life form (image courtesy Samsung) Artificial intelligence was on the tip of the tongue this week at CES, the annual technology extravaganza formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show. From Samsung’s Neon avatars and LG’s smart washing machine, to Intel’s Tiger Lake processors and the…

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Forget backward compatibility — Xbox One is ‘forward compatible’ – VentureBeat

I should be upfront and honest with you. I’m writing this story to say that I called it. What did I call? That Xbox One has forward compatibility with the next-gen Xbox. I said that on some random GamesBeat Decides podcast months ago, and I’ve definitely mentioned it on social media. And now, Microsoft is…

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Pokémon Go introduces Trade Evolution and more Unova Pokémon – iMore

Today, Niantic announced that Pokémon Go will now incorporate Trading into Evolution for select species. Species that evolve by trading in the core games will be able to be traded to reduce their Candy cost for Evolving. These changes will be retroactive, so if you have previously traded for one of these Pokémon in the…

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CES: Now, a robot to feed pets – Gadget

At CES 2020 this week, Qualcomm Technologies unveiled the Qualcomm Snapdragon Ride Platform, which it says is “one of the automotive industry’s most advanced, scalable and open autonomous driving solutions”. It consists of the family of Snapdragon Ride Safety system-on-chips (SoCs), Snapdragon RideSafety Accelerator and Snapdragon Ride Autonomous Stack.  Snapdragon Ride aims to address the complexity of autonomous driving and ADAS (advanced driver-assistance systems) by leveraging its high-performance, power-efficient hardware, industry-leading artificial…

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‘Microsoft liet Skype-opnames beluisteren zonder beveiligingsmaatregelen’ – NU.nl

Microsoft liet audio-opnames van zijn videobeldienst Skype en zijn virtuele assistent Cortana beluisteren zonder dat er daarvoor goede beveiligingsmaatregelen waren getroffen, meldt The Guardian vrijdag op basis van de verklaringen van een klokkenluider. De voormalig medewerker, die vanuit China werkte, zegt dat hij de inloggegevens om bij de audiofragmenten te komen in theorie met iedereen…

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Here’s what is coming in PUBG Mobile’s next update – Hindustan Times

PUBG Mobile Season 10 is ending soon with Season 11 already on its way. Mr Ghost Gaming, who is known for his PUBG related leaks, recently posted a new video that contains several leaks from the upcoming 0.16.5 update.According to the leakster, the current season PUBG Mobile will end this week and the new update…

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The 6 best TVs we saw at CES 2020 — from 8K OLEDs to a TV that can rotate like a smartphone – Business Insider

Audio Accessories Batteries & Charging Cameras Computers Gaming Fitness Headphones Home Theater Laptops Printers & Scanners Smart Home Smartphones Storage Tablets TVs Women’s clothing Women’s shoes Women’s handbags & accessories Men’s clothing Men’s shoes Men’s accessories Mattresses Bedroom Bathroom Cleaning Closet & Laundry Garage Entertaining Furniture Home Decor Holiday Decor Gardening Office Safety Smart Home…

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David Dobrik’s disposable camera app passes 1 million downloads – Business Insider

David Dobrik, a YouTube star with more than 15 million subscribers, recently released a photo app called David’s Disposable.The app is inspired by Dobrik’s secondary Instagram account, where he posts photos he takes with his disposable camera, which thusly have that retro, 90s feel.Dobrik’s app launched less than a month ago, but has already reached…

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