Monthly Archives: April 2018

Fortnite Battle Royale news and updates: what’s new in Fortnite

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[Update: There’s not long left in Fortnite’s third season and excitement is building for what season four will bring. The meteors that were once safely relegated to the sky have now started to fall to the Earth, taking out trees and small structures. There hasn’t been any widespread damage yet but we get the feeling […]

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Jotun: Valhalla Edition Switch Review – A Slight Downgrade

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Imagine the bleakness of the man versus giant creatures gameplay of Shadow of the Colossus as a definitively Nordic tale, and you have a general idea of what Jotun is. Sprinkle in a little bit of Dark Souls’ difficulty and a malevolent sense of challenge, and you’re closer to hitting the bullseye. Now imagine all […]

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Agile infrastructure saved the University of Reading's storage – here's how

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From left: Graeme Burton, Seb Hakiel, Ryan Kennedy, Peter Gothard Most business infrastructure is purchased on an ad hoc basis, cobbled together over time as the organisation buys new tech to deal with each new challenge. This not only removes agility, but also creates… Source link Share this:

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Apple’s 2018 iPad, a review

I use my 9.7-inch iPad Pro a lot, so when Apple introduced its entry-level 2018 iPad with Apple Pencil support, I knew I had to try it out. I’ve been using the new model this month, and I wanted to share the biggest thing I’ve noticed about it, which is: Nothing “Nothing, Jonny, really?” You […]

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MIST paints your walls so you don’t have to

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If you’ve ever painted a room you know that getting every nook and cranny is pretty difficult and Tim Allen help you if you have hardwood or carpet. The tarp alone costs more than the paint. Now, thanks to MIST, your robot can manage the entire job, slapping paint up like a robotic Jackson Pollock. […]

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Xiaomi Redmi S2 spotted on 3C certification site ahead of launch

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Xiaomi’s latest budget device, the Redmi S2 has been in the news for some time now and it was earlier spotted on TENAA. Now, the device has been spotted on China’s 3C certification site, hinting that the device may be launched soon. Earlier reports have revealed that the Xiaomi Redmi S2 will be launched in […]

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E3 2018 Press Conference Schedule (So Far)

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Believe it or not, E3 2018 is almost here. The annual gaming extravaganza returns to Los Angeles in June for what is poised to be one of the biggest week’s all year for gaming news. Much of the news is expected to come from the various press conferences taking place during the week. Microsoft, Bethesda, […]

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Native Union’s new speaker strikes directly at my weakness for tasteful brass accents

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Bluetooth and smart speakers are a dime a dozen these days, and many of them aren’t bad — so what it often comes down to is style. Native Union has my number with its latest device, which accentuates the classic bookcase speaker look with a tech-heavy back end and brass volume knob. It’s a collaboration […]

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The 5G wireless revolution will come, if your city council doesn’t block it first

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The excitement around 5G is palpable at the Brooklyn 5G Summit this week, and for good reason. Once the province of academic engineers, there is increasingly a consensus emerging among technology leaders that millimeter-wave technology is ready for prime time. Yet there remain large barriers to a successful rollout, particularly at the local government level. […]

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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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