Monthly Archives: April 2021

NASA will attempt to fly its Mars helicopter on April 19th

NASA now expects to fly its Mars helicopter Ingenuity no earlier than April 19th, with live coverage that morning. Engadget

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Acclaimed ‘Skyrim’ mod ‘The Forgotten City’ hits consoles and PC this summer

It’s an updated, standalone version of the award-winning mystery experience. Engadget

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Facebook’s ‘Supreme Court’ is about to face its first big test

The Oversight Board, Facebook’s ‘Supreme Court,’ is getting ready for the most consequential decision in its short existence. Engadget

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Ferrari’s CEO promises an EV in 2025

Ferrari’s acting CEO says the sports car company has an “electrification strategy” that includes unveiling its first EV in 2025. Engadget

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‘Resident Evil Village’ demo is coming soon, but sooner on PS4 and PS5

PlayStation owners will get first crack at the ‘Resident Evil Village’ demos starting this weekend. Engadget

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Facebook tests a new feature to recommend businesses in News Feed

Facebook is testing a new feature that will recommend posts from businesses in users’ News Feeds. Engadget

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Microsoft: Timeline is staying in Windows 10, but without free syncing

Timeline was the “star” of Microsoft’s big 2018 update for Windows 10 and while it will still remember everything you did, it just won’t save that information to the cloud anymore. Engadget

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‘Apex Legends’ has 100 million players after two years

Just over two months after its two-year birthday, Apex Legends has more than 100 million total players worldwide. Engadget

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Instagram is still trying to figure out the best way to hide likes

Instagram is testing a new way to hide likes in its first major update to the long-running experiment. Engadget

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Canon confirms a high-speed EOS R3 mirrorless camera is on the way

Canon has confirmed a rumor that it’s developing the EOS R3, a “high-performance, high-speed” full-frame mirrorless camera designed for news and sports, along with three new lenses. Engadget

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