Do not trust manufacturer’s laptop battery estimates, Android is more popular online than Windows, Amazon is collecting sales tax across the US, robots are indeed taking our jobs, and a review of Day of Infamy.
If you’re looking for an online multiplayer first-person shooter set across the European battlefields of WWII then Day of Infamy, the latest game from New World Interactive, is for you.
Google can shrink JPEGs with no quality loss, electronic tattoos make hand phones a reality, Reddit is rolling out profile pages for users, and a review of first-person puzzle adventure The Crow’s Eye.
Ryan Bateman joins us for a discussion on: how the VR price wars have begun, Google the Captcha killer, classic arcade games are dying out, and the “right to repair” your device.
The FCC head is taking major steps towards deregulation, YouTube has a new streaming service, Roborace shows off two AI-controlled cars, and a review of Jackbox Party Pack 3.
Unlimited mobile plans are everywhere, robots who take human jobs should have to pay taxes, antivirus maker Kapersky announces an IoT OS, and a review of GearVR game, FrogVR.
As the gaming landscape has become more established, it has also become more diverse. A larger audience and easier distribution means developers have the freedom to be creative and reinvent what a “game” can be.
The PlayStation 4 Pro’s Boost Mode, Steam cancels its Greenlight system, a list of the hard drive brands least likely to fail, and a review of interactive storybook game Scéal.
Sprint recently made Jay-Z even richer, automated homes go out of control thanks to a Superbowl ad, the Oculus Rift just cant seem to get a break, and 15k Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) tickets are going on sale to the public for the first time.