Fallout 76 Server Crashes After Players Do A Synchronized Nuke Launch

A group of Fallout 76 players ended up crashing the game’s server when they conducted a synchronized triple nuke launch. That was apparently too much to take for the server which ended up buckling. Be warned, though, there are some spoilers ahead if you still haven’t picked up the title.

Latest Twitter For iOS Update Makes Follower Counts Less Prominent

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey recently said that users shouldn’t be obsessing over the number of followers that they have on Twitter. He said that while users might have been incentivized to increase that number when Twitter was in its early days, “I don’t think it is right today.” Dorsey added that the number of meaningful conversations that users have on the platform are more important. To that end, Twitter has […]

Lexus’s Latest Ad Was Scripted Entirely By Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence has the potential to revolutionize many industries and it seems that copywriting could be one of them. Lexus has launched a new ad which has been scripted entirely by artificial intelligence. The carmaker believes that it’s a world’s first. It’s a 60 second ad spot titled “Driven by intuition” which promotes the idea that humans and machines can work together to offer an enhanced driving experience.

Art Detective Recovers Stolen 1,600 Year Old Mosaic

Arthur Brand is not only a Dutch art historian. He’s famous in the art world for tracking down works of art that are either believed to have been lost or destroyed. He has managed to recover what is perhaps the greatest find of his life. It’s a 1,600 year old mosaic of Siant Marks from the Byzantine era that was stolen from a Cyprus church in the 1970s.


Fallout 76 Gets A Massive 47GB Patch On Consoles

The latest patch for Fallout 76 might force you to keep a close eye on your data cap It’s a whopping 47GB. Bethesda had said that this patch would be hefty and it certainly wasn’t kidding. The first major patch for this title is now rolling out and it brings a handful of improvements and fixes for Fallout 76.

New T-Mobile Name ID App Is Better At Stopping Robocalls

T-Mobile today announced the launch of a new Name ID app for iOS and an update to the existing app for Android. The app is now better at stopping robocalls and offers users more control over who can reach them on their phone. Features offered by this app include personal number blocking, reverse number lookup, and even control over entire categories of robocalls.

NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti Delisting Rumors Have Little Basis In Fact

It may have taken a few people by surprise when rumors started surfacing over the weekend that the NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti was not only out of stock but that the product had actually been delisted due to a mass recall. There wasn’t an official statement on the matter which only added to the confusion. However, it’s clear now that the delisting rumors have little basis in fact and that […]

You Can Make Skype Calls Through Alexa Now

It was announced in September this year that Amazon Echo Show devices will be able to make voice and video calls with Skype. This would finally allow Echo Show owners to use one of the world’s most popular voice and video calling services to connect with their loved ones. This feature is now available starting today.

Amazon Prime Members Get To See Aquaman A Week Early

Here’s another nice perk for Amazon Prime members. They will be able to see the upcoming Aquaman movie up to six days before its official release in the United States. Granted, they will have to watch it at a participating cinema, but their Prime membership does entitle them to catch the movie earlier than the rest of the population.

LG Smart Display With Google Assistant Arrives For $200

LG was one of the first few companies to unveil plans for Google Assistant-powered smart displays earlier this year. It unveiled the LG WK9 back in January this year and even though many smart displays have since been launched, this particular one hadn’t arrived until today. LG’s smart display is finally available now for $200.

Xiaomi Takes Control Of Meitu To Sell More Selfie-Focused Phones

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Meitu has announced a new strategic partnership with Xiaomi. The latter will now license Meitu’s brand, technologies, and hardware for new smartphones. What this simply means is that new Meitu smartphones will be made by Xiaomi while the company will limit its work to algorithms and technologies that improve imaging quality. Meitu is best known for its selfie app and phones.

Facebook Launches First $6 Million Fund To Train Journalists

Facebook today announced that it’s launching a £4.5 million or $6 million fund to train nearly 80 new local journalists in the United Kingdom as part of a new “Community News Project.” Facebook says that the aim behind this initiative is to encourage reporting from towns where local newspapers and reporters have become a rare commodity.

Pandora Premium Support Arrives For Amazon Echo Devices

Amazon Echo owners now have another service to stream music from. It has been confirmed today that Pandora Premium subscribers will now be able to stream music on their Echo devices. This will also be possible on third-party speakers with Alexa that support Pandora.

Apple Reportedly Cuts Production Of All New iPhones

It appears that demand for the three new iPhones that Apple launched recently may not be as high as the company would have expected. A reputable news outlet is reporting that the company has decided to cut production of all three new iPhones that it launched merely a couple of months ago. Demand for the iPhone XR has particularly been weak, it’s said.

5G Huawei Foldable Phone May Debut At MWC 2019

Huawei wants to overtake Samsung as the world’s top smartphone vendor. It has already clinched the number two spot on the top five list from Apple and is well on its way to closing the gap with the Korean giant. Merely days after Samsung offered a glimpse of its foldable smartphone, reports emerge suggesting that Huawei’s 5G foldable smartphone may debut at MWC 2019.

Nokia 106 Feature Phone Launched With All-Day Battery Life

While smartphones have become the defacto way in terms of communications, there are plenty of users around the world who might not have the money for a smartphone, which explains why 10 years after Apple revitalized the smartphone industry, there are still feature phones being produced and sold.

This App Lets You ‘Lend’ Your Eyes To The Visually Impaired

The world is a beautiful place, there are many wondrous sights around us, but yet there are some in this world who are visually impaired and are missing out. However it seems that over the years, we’re starting to see various hi-tech ways of helping those who are visually impaired “see”.

SMACH Z Handheld Gaming Console To Enter Production In 2019

When it comes to handheld gaming, Nintendo has pretty much that market cornered with its 3DS console, although our mobile phones are also doing a good job of allowing us to game on the go. However come 2019, we might have a new contender in the form of the SMACH Z which is scheduled to enter production early next year.

‘Clear Evidence’ Found Between Cell Phone Radiation And Rat Tumors

Given that our cellphones (and a lot of our electronic devices) give off radiation, there have been many who wonder whether or not our phones give off enough radiation where it could be potentially dangerous to our health. Now according to an updated study by the U.S. National Toxicology Program, it seems that there is “clear evidence” of health risks.

This Fallout-Themed Smartwatch Could Appeal To Fans

Are you a fan of Bethesda’s Fallout franchise? If you are, then you might be interested to learn that a Fallout-themed smartwatch has been announced which will basically put a miniature Pip-Boy on your wrist. For the most part, this is a regular smartwatch but it has been themed around the Fallout franchise.

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