Category Archives: Gadgets

Shadow of the Tomb Raider Collector's Edition, Steelbook Edition, and Croft Edition Leaked

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Photo Credit: NeoRaider/ResetEra Shadow of the Tomb Raider release date is September 14 for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. In the run up to this, the Shadow of the Tomb Raider Collector’s Edition, Steelbook Edition, and Croft Edition have been leaked. These will be available at launch along with the standard edition and the […]

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Garmin's Approach S10 GPS golf watch is simple and cheap

It can automatically select the course the player is on based on GPS location and can display the distances to the front, back and middle of the green for each hole. The watch can also show how far they are from hazards (obstacles such as bodies of water) and dogleg (crooked) holes. If golfers enter […]

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The FDA is cracking down on Juul e-cig sales to minors

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The FDA has its eye on Juul Labs, the e-cigarette company that has captured nearly half of the $2 billion e-cig market. Yesterday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb announced a new initiative called the Youth Tobacco Prevention Plan. While the agency is focused on making sure kids don’t have easy access […]

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Microsoft Exploring Game Streaming for Next Xbox

The next Xbox may feature game streaming. Now before you assume a true Netflix-style experience with every single element of a game delivered to you via the Internet on the Xbox One successor, that’s far from the case. According to industry insider Brad Sams, Microsoft is exploring options that allow it to integrate game streaming […]

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Amazon confirms the existence of a 'Fire TV Cube'

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To be able to control current Fire TV devices with Amazon’s voice assistant, you need to use its accompanying voice remote or a separate Echo speaker. You apparently don’t need either with the cube-like device, and since it has a built-in speaker, you’d even hear Alexa’s responses even if the TV isn’t switched on. The […]

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Unstoppable exploit in Nintendo Switch opens door to homebrew and piracy

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The Nintendo Switch may soon be a haven for hackers, but not the kind that want your data — the kind that want to run SNES emulators and Linux on their handheld gaming consoles. A flaw in an Nvidia chip used by the Switch, detailed today, lets power users inject code into the system and […]

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Elgato Eve Button

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The smart home is advancing at a steady pace, with our lights, plugs, thermostats, and more all becoming connected. But if you’re still a fan of the feeling of pressing a button to make a device turn on, the experience can ironically leave you feeling quite disconnected to the control of your home.  If you […]

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Uber Eats Finds Itself Under the Regulatory Scanner in Australia

The head of Australia’s competition regulator said on Monday it will scrutinise contracts between Uber Technologies and restaurants that use its food delivery app Uber Eats. The Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported on Sunday several restaurateurs were disgruntled with contract terms they said left them, and not Uber, responsible for late deliveries despite being charged by Uber […]

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US military hopes to launch rockets in 'days, not years'

There isn’t a huge amount of turnaround time: the actual competition will take place in late 2019, with a “competitors’ day” helping to get the ball rolling on May 23rd of this year. There will be a strong incentive to pick up the pace, though, as DARPA is offering $10 million for the top prize […]

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Twitter Suffered Second Outage in a Week on Friday

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For the second time this week, Twitter users around world faced difficulties in sharing their thoughts on the microblogging platform. Twitter confirmed the problem on Friday and said it had resolved the issue. “Earlier today, people were unable to send Tweets for about 30 minutes. We’ve resolved the internal issue and we’re sorry for the […]

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