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This Gaming Fan Turned His Television Into a Giant Nintendo Switch – Comicbook.com

This Gaming Fan Turned His Television Into a Giant Nintendo Switch – Comicbook.com

By Robert Workman – January 13, 2019 Fans of Nintendo games have awesome ways of showing their devotion to their favorite company, whether it’s with a collection filled with SNES and Nintendo 64 titles; or collecting a number of stuffed Mario dolls (or, dare we suggest, Tingle from the Legend of Zelda series). But one […]

Fallout 76 Players Have Discovered a Developer's Room in the Game – Bleeding Cool News

Fallout 76 Players Have Discovered a Developer's Room in the Game – Bleeding Cool News

A few players in Fallout 76 managed to discover a secret room in the game that basically acts like a giant tool shed for Bethesda Softworks’ developers. The so-called “Developer Room” has everything you could ever need in the game, including all of the top-tier weapons, special items, and even an NPC who sits in the room […]

Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa fought for our attention at CES 2019 – The Verge

Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa fought for our attention at CES 2019 – The Verge

Amazon’s Alexa has become the household name when it comes to smart assistants, but its ongoing fight with Google Assistant is getting more difficult than expected. Products can support both Alexa and the Google Assistant, and since smart home companies want to sell products to as many customers as possible, Alexa has been getting fewer […]

Google kills its Chromecast Audio dongle – Engadget

Google kills its Chromecast Audio dongle – Engadget

“Our product portfolio continues to evolve, and now we have a variety of products for users to enjoy audio,” a spokesperson told 9 to 5 Google. “We have therefore stopped manufacturing our Chromecast Audio products. We will continue to offer assistance for Chromecast Audio devices, so users can continue to enjoy their music, podcasts and […]

Unity pulls nuclear option on cloud gaming startup Improbable, terminating game engine license – TechCrunch

Unity pulls nuclear option on cloud gaming startup Improbable, terminating game engine license – TechCrunch

A pair of highly-funded gaming unicorns are publicly skirmishing and the deal could have major repercussions for game developers. Today, UK-based cloud gaming startup Improbable, announced that Unity, a hugely popular game development engine, had terminated their license, effectively shutting them out from one of their top customer sources. If permanent, the license termination would […]

Xiaomi announces $150 Redmi Note 7 with 48-megapixel camera – The Verge

Xiaomi announces $150 Redmi Note 7 with 48-megapixel camera – The Verge

Late last year Xiaomi president Lin Bin teased an upcoming phone with a 48-megapixel camera, and today the company has revealed it in full. Despite the eye-catching headline spec, it’s turned out to be a product under the entry-level Redmi brand called the Redmi Note 7. Design-wise, it looks very similar to Xiaomi’s smaller, low-cost […]

New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe Review – IGN

New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe Review – IGN

Share. This value-packed platforming re-release has lost a little of its lustre. By Tristan Ogilvie Rather than setting the world alight like the fireworks above the Mushroom Kingdom, Nintendo’s underperforming Wii U console ultimately went up in the smoke of a Mushroom cloud. However, it at least attempted to get off on the right foot […]

CES 2019: The TVs are massive, chatty and translucent – CNN

CES 2019: The TVs are massive, chatty and translucent – CNN

CES 2019: The TVs are massive, chatty and translucent  CNN Coming soon: TVs that are massive, chatty and translucent  WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland Sony is adding Apple’s AirPlay 2 and HomeKit to its Android TVs  The Verge Samsung debuts monster 98-inch QLED 8K TV at CES 2019  Digital Trends Samsung Shows Off Robots for Health Care and Retail […]

This Is the Ideal Multi-Use Lens for Landscape Photographers – Gear Patrol

This Is the Ideal Multi-Use Lens for Landscape Photographers – Gear Patrol

Nikon’s new Z 6 and Z 7 mirrorless cameras arrived in the fall, promising compact performance copious technical trickery thanks to that configuration: digital viewfinders, spot-on image previews, enhanced video performance and more. But they also came with a catch in the form of a new lens mount. This means owners will need an adapter […]

NVIDIA certifies a dozen FreeSync monitors as 'G-SYNC compatible' – Engadget

NVIDIA certifies a dozen FreeSync monitors as 'G-SYNC compatible' – Engadget

Variable sync rates ensure your monitor and GPU are in sync, even when the frame rate changes, eliminating tearing and other artifacts. However, NVIDIA and AMD have implemented the technology differently, so folks have to choose one or the other depending on their graphics card. G-SYNC monitors tend to be more expensive because NVIDIA has […]