Monthly Archives: November 2017

PicoBrew Pico Model C Release Date, Price and Specs – CNET

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I brewed two beers yesterday. It was a good day. Like the original Pico I reviewed earlier this year (now called the Pico Model S), the PicoBrew Pico Model C turns prepackaged ingredients into beer with relatively little effort on your part. You insert your ingredient pack — called a PicoPak — into a big […]

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Windows 10: A guide to the updates

The launch of a big Microsoft Windows 10 update like the Fall Creators Update isn’t the end of a process — it’s really just the beginning. As soon as a major update is released, Microsoft quickly gets to work on improving it by fixing bugs, releasing security patches, and occasionally adding new features. Here we’ve […]

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Fire TV owners can now control Hulu, NBC, CBS and other video apps via their voice

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Amazon Fire TV owners will now be able to control more video apps using Alexa and their voice, the company announced today. This feature lets you ask Alexa to “watch,” “play,” “pause,” “rewind,” “fast forward,” and more. It can also take you to an individual show, network, or specific genre of programming. Before, Alexa could […]

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Samsung begins production of second-gen 10nm low-power SOCs that could be used in new Samsung Galaxy smartphone

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Samsung ramps up production of 10nm low-power plus (LPP) systems-on-a-chip Source link

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Doom VR release date, platforms and gameplay rumours

Doom underwent a reboot in 2016, and it was a hit with fans: they loved the over-the-top action and gore, and it looks like Bethesda isn’t quite done with it yet. The company took to the stage at E3 2017 to announce Doom VFR (we’re not sure but you can probably imagine what the ‘F’ […]

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Microsoft’s Edge browser is now available for Android and iOS

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Last month, Microsoft announced its intentions to bring its Edge Browser to iOS and Android, as it works to broaden its reach on third-party mobile devices. After being made available in preview form for roughly a month, the app officially hits iOS and Android’s respective app stores starting today. The followup to the once ubiquitous […]

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New Destiny 2 Alexa skills let you ask Ghost to do stuff in-game

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Destiny 2 fans will know that you get your own virtual assistant of source in the game world – Ghost, who sort of floats around and guides you. The new Alexa skill for Destiny 2 allows you to ask Ghost to do a number of things for you, including provide guidance about your in-game mission, […]

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The best Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL deals in November 2017

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Google’s quest to build a smartphone as popular as the latest iPhone and Samsung Galaxy took a massive step forward when the original Google Pixel launched last year. Its successor – the aptly named Google Pixel 2 – is now on the shelves. The Pixel 2 is a phone for Android lovers who want the […]

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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Review

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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is every bit as fantastical as you’d hope, an RPG set in a massive world where man and animal live on the backs of tremendous beasts in a sea of clouds. The world of Alrest, simultaneously Earthly and alien, with a mysterious history that even its major players fail to truly understand, […]

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New HDMI 2.1 specifications will support 10k Dynamic HDR

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21-inch colour televisions from Ferguson with “slimline” remote controls – the state of the art from the 1980s The HDMI 2.1 specifcations have been formally published, promising to support Dynamic HDR and sufficient bandwidth to support 10K resolutions. The HDMI Forum revealed the specification of the upcoming cable and connection standardlate last night. The specs will […]

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