Baldur’s Gate 3 Will Be Arriving On Steam Early Access This Year
According to a recent report, it has been suggested that Baldur’s Gate 3 could be released this year. How true are those rumors? It is unclear how true or accurate they are, but they are certainly being corroborated with a new report where it seems that Hasbro has given it away that Baldur’s Gate 3 will be released on Steam Early Access this year.

iOS 14 Could Feature iPad-Like Multitasking For The iPhone
One of the new features that Apple introduced to the iPad with iPadOS 13 is a new way of multitasking. Now it looks like Apple could be thinking about taking that feature and bringing it to the iPhone in iOS 14, or at least that’s what seems to be suggested according to a recent video.

Sony Xperia 1 II Launched With 5G In Tow
While Sony might be somewhat quiet these days when it comes to flagships, the company is still very much in the game. In fact, Sony has recently announced their latest flagship handset in the form of the Sony Xperia 1 II, the successor to last year’s smartphone where it will come with a host of improvements and changes.

Sony Is Hoping Their Deal With Marvel Will Continue
For a brief moment in time, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) seemed like it was in trouble. This is because due to an inability to negotiate a deal, both Sony and Marvel announced that they would no longer be working together, meaning that the third Spider-Man film would not be part of the MCU.

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Marshall’s Latest Pair Of Headphones Come With Active Noise Cancellation
Despite being primarily known as a company that makes amplifiers and equipment for musicians, Marshall has over the years slowly gained a reputation for creating some pretty amazing audio products in the form of consumer grade headphones and Bluetooth speaker systems.

Samsung Wants To Sell Its Foldable Displays To Other Companies
Samsung has been working on foldable displays for quite a while now, and last year, the technology finally made its debut on the Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphone. To date, there still aren’t that many companies coming forward with similar devices, but that could change in the future.

Nissan’s Car Subscription Service Lets You Swap Out Cars Everyday
Subscription models are all the rage these days, especially on the software front. However, it seems that the subscription model is starting to spill over for physical products as well. Nissan has recently announced a brand new service called the Nissan Switch where for a monthly subscription fee, it would allow users to access a bunch of Nissan cans on demand.

Smartphone Addiction Found To Physically Alter Our Brains
Most of us these days have smartphones. These are incredible devices that allow us to do more than make phone calls. We can surf the web, play games, draw, record high-quality videos and photos, and more. With that, it’s not surprising that there are some who spend more time on their phones compared to others.

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X60 Modems Might Find Its Way Into 2021’s iPhones
It is largely expected that Apple’s iPhones could be using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X55 modems this year for 5G connectivity. This relationship between Apple and Qualcomm is also expected to continue for a while, which is why it doesn’t come as a surprise to hear that it is possible that with 2021’s iPhones, Apple could be using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X60 modem.

Google Makes It Easier To Search Gmail
Searching for emails in Gmail isn’t particularly hard to do, but the good news is that Google will be making things easier with a newly-introduced feature in the form of “search chips”, which will let users further refine their search results similar to how you would refine your searches made on Google.

Top TikTok Stars Could Earn As Much As $1 Million Per Post
Remember back in the day when bloggers could earn a ton of money for sponsored posts? This later moved on to social media platforms, where those who were particularly popular on platforms like Instagram could also earn a lot of money, but now it looks like we’re moving on to a new platform: TikTok.

Apple’s Rumored Over-Ear Headphones Appears In Target’s Inventory System
For a while now, Apple has been rumored to be working on a pair of over-ear headphones. It’s starting to look like those rumors are gaining traction because according to a recent sighting, it has been spotted in Target’s inventory system that such a device could very well exist.

HTC Shows Off Its Project Proton VR Headset
HTC has been working on VR headsets for a while now, and more recently, the company has taken the wraps off a new conceptual VR headset that they are working on. Dubbed Project Proton, this is unlike any VR headset that we have seen in the market today, where it feels like it resembles goggles more than your typical VR headset.

13-inch MacBook Pro Refresh Could Use Intel’s Ice Lake Chips
If you’re thinking about getting a new MacBook Pro laptop, you might want to hold off on the current models. This is because according to a recent tweet by @_rogame, it has been suggested that Apple’s upcoming 13-inch MacBook Pro refresh could be taking advantage of Intel’s 10th gen Ice Lake chipsets.

Google Removes 600 Apps From The Play Store Over Disruptive Ads
These days, we’re starting to see more apps take the free-to-play approach. It is understandable because by removing the cost to play the game, players might be more tempted to give it a shot. However, developers and publishers still need to get paid, and as a result, ads are typically inserted into these games as a means of generating revenue.

Breathable Oxygen Found In Another Galaxy For The First Time
Oxygen is extremely important because without it, we would be dead. This is also extremely important when we are looking at potential space travel and maybe finding new planets to inhabit. Now it looks like maybe in the very, very distant future, should we ever find ourselves traveling to another galaxy, there is a chance we might survive there too.

Musician Plays The Violin While Doctors Operate On Her Brain
For major surgeries like those done on the brain, you would assume that patients would be put to sleep first. However, that is not necessarily the case and over in London, a patient by the name of Dagma Turner was actually kept awake while her brain was being operated on, and to top it off, she was even playing the violin during the procedure.

Swiss Court Rules That ‘Liking’ Hateful Content Could Be Considered A Crime
We need to be more careful of our online social media activities. This is because in recent times, we’re starting to see the implications of what we do online affect our offline lives. More recently, over in Switzerland, the courts have ruled that it is possible that “liking” or sharing online posts that are deemed hateful or defamatory could be considered a crime.

The ‘Friends’ Reunion Is Officially Happening On HBO Max This May
Despite having come to a satisfying and emotional conclusion more than 15 years ago, the “Friends” TV show is still being talked about today where many are clamoring for a reunion of sorts. The good news is that if you’re a huge Friends fan and would love to see the cast get back together, you’re in luck.

Sony, Prophesee Announce Development Of Stacked Event-Based Vision Sensor
One of the main hardware components that helps determine how good a camera captures images is its sensor. While the marketing department of companies tend to focus on the megapixel mount of the sensors, there is more to it than that, where there have been innovations made that we think might be more interesting than the camera’s resolution.

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