Monthly Archives: October 2019

Amazon surprise releases ‘Jack Ryan’ season two a day early

In a move that is surprisingly rare, Amazon Prime has decided to release the new season for one of its flagship shows a few hours early. Season two of Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan is available now, so fans don't have … Read the rest of this entry

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Instagram is trying to shut down stalking app Like Patrol

Whether it's a parent checking in or a jealous boyfriend keeping tabs on his ex, stalkers are going to stalk. There are several apps that enable this type of behavior, and Like Patrol is one of them. The app scrapes … Read the rest of this entry

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Hackers breached some of the web’s most popular domain registrars

Attackers have breached Web.com and two top domain name registrars that it owns, NetworkSolutions.com and Register.com, according to Krebs on Security. Web.com issued a security notice advising customers that they will be forced to reset their passwo… Engadget RSS Feed

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DeepMind AI now keeps up with ‘StarCraft II’ Grandmasters

DeepMind's StarCraft II AI can already hang with human players, but now it's ready to handle the best of the best. The team has revealed that its AlphaStar AI can play one-on-one matches in the real-time strategy game at a … Read the rest of this entry

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Steam’s redesigned Library is available to everyone

Your Steam game collection is about to look decidedly different. Valve has released a Steam update that brings the redesigned Library to everyone, giving you a smarter (and hopefully easier) view of your catalog. There's now a central hub with … Read the rest of this entry

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Latest ‘Marvel’s Avengers’ trailer shows how gameplay works

Marvel's Avengers won't arrive for another six months, but Crystal Dynamics has already offered some details on its features, including customizable abilities through skill trees, solo and co-op missions, unlockable gear and outfits. The developer ha… Engadget RSS Feed

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Galaxy Book Flex and Ion hands-on: Gorgeous QLED laptops

It might be time to take Samsung seriously as a PC maker again. After releasing a slew of underwhelming laptops, the company charmed me with the Galaxy Book S it revealed in August. Today, Samsung is launching two new laptops … Read the rest of this entry

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The Moto 360 smartwatch is back, but Motorola isn’t making it

The original Moto 360 was one of the most attractive smartwatches around when it launched way back in 2015. As the first round Android Wear watch, it made a huge impression with slick-looking wearables fans despite some hiccups at launch, … Read the rest of this entry

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HomePod update adds multi-user support and music handoffs

Apple just made the HomePod considerably more useful for whole households, albeit somewhat later than expected. It accompanied the release of iOS 13.2 with a corresponding HomePod update that, among other things, introduces promised multi-user suppo… Engadget RSS Feed

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Deezer’s new app is just for Sony 360 Reality Audio

Sony recently announced its immersive 360 Reality Audio format would be launching this fall, with around 1,000 tracks available across multiple platforms. Now, music streaming service Deezer has debuted its 360 offerings, but not as part of its main… Engadget … Read the rest of this entry

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