Technology

Steve September 26, 2020

Announced in July, Lenovo’s Legion Phone Duel is a beast. I feel comfortable saying that, because I can’t think of a single spec on this device that’s not at the top of its field. It’s got a 144Hz OLED display, offering smooth animations that might give you that extra edge in gameplay. It’s also got […]

Steve September 26, 2020

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Steve September 26, 2020

The biggest climate summit of 2020 took place this week, with more than 350 events. Which countries take climate change the most seriously? The ones who’ve experienced it. What if the US joined the EU and China in making a pledge to fight climate change? And more… Climate Week NYC took place virtually this week, […]

Steve September 26, 2020

Maybe you heard about the anger surrounding Twitter’s automatic cropping of images. When users submit pictures that are too tall or too wide for the layout, Twitter automatically crops them to roughly a square. Instead of just picking, say, the largest square that’s closest to the center of the image, they use some “algorithm”, likely […]

Steve September 26, 2020

When Halo: The Master Chief Collection was first announced for PC, I do not believe I saw many fans in discussion threads excitedly talking about or specifically wanting to get their hands on Halo 3: ODST. Obviously, much of the hype was surrounding Halo 3, with the rest of the hype-pie being shared by the […]

Steve September 26, 2020

Did you know that you can play Xbox games in the cloud? It’s still in its early days, and at the time of writing, you can’t stream to anything other than Android. However, if you do have an Android phone, you can now stream games on Android and play Xbox games wherever you are. What […]

Steve September 26, 2020

Fermentation is a natural process that has been exploited by humanity for millennia. Behind such favorites as cheese and beer, it takes just the right conditions to get the desired results. To aid in this process, and to explore the crafts of their ancestors, [Victoria] and [Petar] created an electronic fermentation quilt. Bulgarian yogurt was […]

Steve September 26, 2020

Weekend PC Game Deals is where the hottest gaming deals from all over the internet are gathered into one place, every week, for your consumption. So kick back, relax, and hold on to your wallets. Once again we are jumping into this weekend’s deals with a look at the latest bundles, and Humble this time […]

Steve September 26, 2020

343 Industries just wrapped up the Halo: ODST launch on PC – watch out for our review later today – and already, the studio is prepping the next game that’s incoming to the Halo: The Master Chief Collection. In its latest Flighting Update, the studio said Halo 4 tests are slated to begin next month, […]

Steve September 25, 2020

Tesla is acquiring more land in Austin, Texas for future expansions – potentially a battery factory? After months of going through the process to secure approval from the local government, Tesla announced in July that it selected a site outside of Austin to build its next Gigafactory in the US. Much has been said about the […]

Steve September 25, 2020

Amateur radio operators and shortwave listeners have a common enemy: QRM, which is ham-speak for radio frequency interference caused by man-made sources. Indiscriminate, often broadband in nature, and annoying as hell, QRM spews forth from all kinds of sources, and can be difficult to locate and fix. But [Emilio Ruiz], an operator from Mexico, got […]