AMD responds to Radeon VII supply rumors, says it expects stock...

Rumors surfaced this week that suggested AMD's upcoming RTX 2080 competitor, the 7nm Radeon VII, would face supply problems on launch. Specifically, TweakTown claimed "industry contacts" told them that there would be less than 5,000 Radeon VIIs in stock. Given AMD's relative absence in the GPU market lately, the rumors probably seemed pretty credible to…

Is It Time for a Google Fitness Watch? – WIRED

Here comes a Pixel … sport watch? Google and the Fossil Group announced earlier today that the tech giant is acquiring some of Fossil’s smartwatch intellectual property, suggesting Google may be making its own competitor to the Apple Watch, or, as wishful pundits refer to it, a Pixel watch. It’s not an outlandish idea: As…

First Kombat Kast to debut on January 30th, likely going to...

The Mortal Kombat 11 reveal event gave us looks at Baraka, Skarlet, Sub-Zero, Liu Kang, Kung Lao and Sonya Blade in addition to the already revealed Scorpion, Raiden, and Shao Kahn. Geras was also revealed as a newcomer grappler. We also received confirmation that Rhonda Rousey is the voice actress behind Sonya. It seems that…

Twitter Fixes Four Year Old Bug in Android App Exposing Private...

Twitter announced today that an issue in its app for Android exposed some users’ protected tweets for over four years if they made certain changes to their account settings. As a result, content intended only for approved followers became publicly visible. Bug survived since late 2014 The problem caused the “Protect your Tweets” feature to become disabled for…

Win Back Some Privacy With A Cone Of Silence For Your...

To quote the greatest philosopher of the 20th century: “The future ain’t what it used to be.” Take personal assistants such as Amazon Echo and Google Home. When first predicted by sci-fi writers, the idea of instant access to the sum total of human knowledge with a few utterances seemed like a no-brainer; who wouldn’t…

Berkeley’s robot “picker” hints at a new future for warehouses –...

Pick up a glass of water, then lift a fork: Without thinking, you chose the best way to grasp each object. Researchers at UC Berkeley have developed a robot that makes the same calculation, choosing on the fly whether to grab an object with pincers or lift it with a suction cup. Why it matters:…

LG rumored to offer second-screen attachment with upcoming phone – Android...

Remember LG's ill-fated Friends modules — you know, that one camera grip thing and the other DAC add-on that never came to the US for the poorly-made G5? The company apparently didn't learn its lesson, as CNET is now reporting that it could be unveiling a phone with a second-screen add-on at MWC next month.…

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Review – GameSpot

Travis Strikes Again succeeds as a simple hack-n-slash with seamless co-op, but doesn't do enough to avoid repetition or challenge you in meaningful ways.

Leaked Benchmarks Suggest iPhone XS Outperforms Samsung’s Upcoming Galaxy S10+ –...

Samsung is planning to announce its new 2019 flagship smartphones on February 20, but ahead of their debut date, benchmarks of the new S10+ model were shared on Slashleaks. According to the data, Apple's current crop of iPhones, equipped with A12 chips, will outperform the Snapdragon 855 processor in Samsung's smartphone. The Galaxy S10+, which…

Nintendo’s Adorable 8-Bit Robot Fighting Game Is Now Playable On Switch...

Screenshot: Nintendo (Kotaku) As usual with Nintendo’s classic game services, Switch Online’s NES app now has more games in Japan than it does in the rest of the world. While today’s worldwide update included Blaster Master and Zelda II, Japan also got a very cool fighting game called Joy Mech Fight. Fortunately, since Switch is…

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