Notable Devices from CES 2019 It’s the time of year again where tech manufacturers, gadget aficionados, and the media converge on Las Vegas to explore the bleeding edge of consumer electronics. From flexible phones and tablets to gigantic televisions, let’s look at some of the noteworthy tech that debuted this month at CES 2019. Ultra-Ultra-Wide…
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Autumn is upon us and that means so is another mid-generation refresh of Apple’s flagship devices. On September 12, Apple is set to reveal the next entries in their long-running line of iPhones, including a new version of their premium iPhone X. We’re going to take a look at some of the key leaks and…
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, cryogenically frozen in stasis, or living off the grid in a fallout shelter, odds are you’ve heard of Fortnite. The battle royale style shooter from veteran game developer Epic has turned the entire industry on its head. With its cartoony graphics, accessible gameplay, and myriad online gaming personalities…
After its lackluster Wii U, Nintendo has made a pivotal comeback with their new console, the Switch. But while the hardware is selling well, the first iteration of its console suffers from a serious security vulnerability. We also discuss how more critical hardware vulnerabilities, like Meltdown and Spectre, could wreak havoc on the technology landscape.
There are few brands in tech that have garnered such a dedicated and diverse following as the Nexus line of devices did. What began as a way for Google to realize a pure Android experience on phones eventually evolved into the Pixel. But the launch of their first dedicated phone meant the demise of some of the most beloved devices in mobile tech.
If you’ve played a modern AAA video game recently, odds are it wasn’t the product of a single team in a single studio. While the days of garage game designers are by no means over, when it comes to the heavy-hitting, million-copies-selling series, like Assassins Creed, Madden, or FIFA, they were most likely created by many remote teams working together.