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WWDC 2019: Everything Apple announced

Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR

The Apple Worldwide Developer Conference keynote is over and in over the two hours that they were presenting, the tech giant revealed quite a bit of announcements that will get Apple users excited. Here are the things they announced. Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR Image from Macworld The newest Mac desktop was revealed to release this fall for $5,999 and the Pro Display XDR for $4,999.The desktop contains an Intel Xeon processor with 8, 12, 16, 24, or 28 cores and 12 DIMM slots that allow […]

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Everything We Can Expect To See At E3 2019

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It is almost one of the most exciting times of the year for gamers. E3 is just a few weeks away, and we cannot wait to see what the gaming industry has in store for us over the next year or two. Although we will not see Sony attending the show this year, there are still tons of exciting announcements and reveals we can look forward to this coming June. EA Electronic Arts are kicking off E3 again this year (without being at E3). While they are […]

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Stadia is Google’s Newest Game Streaming Platform

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Google announced its new game streaming platform at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco today. The mega company’s first dip into gaming is called Stadia and will support any Android or Chrome-based device. The service was shown off being able to instantly transfer your play from a laptop, to a phone, to a underpowered PC, to a tablet, to a television with a Chromecast. The translation seemed seamless during the presentation, only taking a few seconds for the person playing Assassin’s Creed Odyssey to move from […]

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Gmail is 15 Years Old

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Google is a company that has been around in the internet era for a long time and will probably be here far after most of us are gone. They have done many things for the internet world, including their take on email. Gmail turned 15 years old this year, and Google took the time to look back at what Gmail used to be and where the service is headed now. How it Started Gmail originally launched on April 1st, 2004, with Google search built right into the […]

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EA States Online Game Streaming Could Eliminate Consoles In The Future

Matt Bilbey,  EA’s new executive vice president of strategic growth states that while game streaming at the moment is being held back by server infrastructure and the limitations that come with it this will likely change in forthcoming years He believes that traditional consoles as they are known will likely give way to Smart TV streaming options with subscriptions similar to what Netflix has except for games where the console actually exists in the smart TV or even just exists on your phone. This will be sad […]

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Is Microsoft Developing Two New Consoles?

Even though no official announcements have been made and the Xbox One X (whose project name was Scorpio) is a relatively new console, it looks like Microsoft is already developing plans for future consoles. Are these projects are the company’s newest gaming undertakings. The project names: Scarlet and Scarlett Cloud won’t be the names given to these two developing consoles they are said to be the project names of Microsoft’s next Xbox hardware devices. At the E3, Xbox Chief, Phil Spencer, implied that Microsoft was working on […]

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20-Series Graphics Cards Announced By Nvidia

Nvidia has revelaed during its Gamescom 2018 showcase in Cologne, Germany, a brand-new GeForce line of graphics cards. The line up includes: the RTX2080, RTX 2070, and RTX 2080 Ti. These GPUs are able to delive 6, 8, and 10 GigaRays of ray tracing. This allows these GPUs to compute how light and sound travel in a 3D environment at rates of up to 25 times faster than the prior generation’s Pascal architecture.

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EU Regulators Could Force Apple To Discontinue the Lightning Cable

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Union frustrated at lack of progress in creation of single standard The European Union will study whether there is a need for more motion to force the mobile industry to adopt a common charger that can be, used with any smartphone. European policymakers have been keen for a single standard for more than a decade. One of the main reasons why is the significant amount of electronic waste caused by unused chargers as well as inconvenience suffered by Android and iPhone users who are required to use […]

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Good News Feature

Good News Feature

Google Assistant will be able to brighten up your day with a new feature called Good News, Everyone. Google is introducing a feature called ‘Tell Me Something Good’ to its Assistant, a request that will deliver stories that focus on the improvements we’re making to society rather than its flaws. Google readily states that the feature isn’t likely to be a “magic solution” for our news woes, it can provide a feeling of happiness albeit small to those of us who are feeling a worn down by […]

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AMD has Q2 $239 Billion Profit

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Microprocessor manufacturer, AMD, had a very rewarding Q2 of 2018. This was the company’s strongest financial quarter since 2011. WIth the continuing success and popularity of its Epyc and Ryzen CPUs leading to an increase in revenue from Q2 of 2017 of 64%, the company revenue was up 53% from $1.56 billion to $2.39 billion year on year. This would be a relief for AMD after last year’s $57 million loss

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