Google+ shuts down over a privacy breach that – technically – wasn’t a breach, Google also may pay up to $9 billion a year to stay the default Safari search engine on iOS devices and in the U.S., Uber drivers cannot sue their employer in class-action lawsuits.
Online sales tax laws go into effect, a look at Google’s Project Stream and Wi-Fi will start having a version number moving forward.
Telltale Games lays off 90% of staff, Amazon plans to open 3000 physical stores over the next 3 years, Google will allow users to opt out of its controversial auto-login program and Sirius XM is on track to become the world’s largest audio entertainment company.
Reviews for the Nvidia 2080 and 2080Ti are out, the paid Nintendo Switch Online service is here, a new robotic skin can make just about anything a robot and we review the most recent Destiny 2 expansion, Forsaken.
The GPF team tries out VR, Microsoft is bundling the Xbox One and services into a monthly lease package, streaming services in the EU must dedicate 30% of their offerings to local content, and Facebook users are starting to limit the amount of time spent with the service.
We discuss Valve’s Steam Play feature and what it means for gaming titles, the US Court of appeals has decided that an IP address isn’t enough to identify a pirate, and a look at the tech behind Nvidia’s RTX line of video cards.
Gamefly is shutting down its streaming game service, Walmart is launching a new e-reader and audio book service, Nvidias new RTX 2000 series of cards is announced and we journey to the gated town of Rynoka in 11bit Studios recent game release Moonlighter.
Facebook is losing massive amounts of traffic to YouTube, Magic Leap is now available, for the low, low price of $2300, Huawei is now the number 2 seller of smartphones in the world and home improvement chain Lowes lets you try out tools in VR.
Toy catalogs may make a return thanks to Amazon, tou cant quite print 3D guns yet, facial recognition system, Rekognition, wrongly identified 28 members of Congress as arrestees and from Next Car Game to Wreckfest, we take a look at the demolition derby racer that the former house of Bugbear built.