Three Simple Steps To The Best Audio Experience You Will Ever Have
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The Last Jedi And The Last Straw
With EA getting microtransactions so terribly wrong – especially with Star Wars Battlefront II, the downward spiral of a rollercoaster ride it gave itself was so blindingly fast that it’s so difficult to keep up.
The Amazing Things Google Is Doing With AI
Google is one, if not the biggest, contributor to AI development today, and you can find AI in almost every Google product, from the Smart Reply feature in Gmail, to auto complete in Google Search, to the next suggested video in YouTube, to the Portrait mode feature on the Pixel 2 XL smartphone, to Google Assistant in your Google Home.
Raise Your Shill Level By Changing Your Gaming Habits
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Make America Fabulous Again
The iconic noughties TV show is being revived for today’s audience.
In The Business Of Digital Make-Up
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Global On Demand
Nick Walton, Head of ASEAN, Amazon Web Services.
Face ID: Another Reminder Of The Paradox Of Security
Because convenience and safety don’t go together.
3 Years With The Apple Watch
How the Watch has become a solver of minor inconveniences.
Revolutionizing Logistics Industry
Kushal Nahata, Co-Founder and CEO, FarEye.
The Need For Speed
Modern hypercars have absurd performance, but one number still eludes automakers today. Meet the two cars that hope to crack the magic 300mph mark.
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Beyond The Notebook-Tablet Binary
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Play It Again, Sam - Internet Killed The Video Star
The advent of the internet has changed the face of video games. Where gaming was once a social convention constrained to the television box in our living rooms, the internet has now opened us to a world of interconnected experiences that enables us to play with just about anyone and everyone around the world.
Simplicity Done Right
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All In A Month's Rant - Microtransactions The Warframe Way
As we have seen from the likes of Middle earth: Shadow of War and Star Wars Battlefront II, there are many ways to implement micro transactions the wrong way. Each best exemplifies a distinct way of getting micro transactions wrong – one for making gameplay so grindy and tedious that paying to not play seemed like an attractive option, the other for going the Pay-to-Win route. The latter did tweak the implementation so that it’s less Pay-to-Win, but it nevertheless remains so because Epic Star Cards are now part of the Deluxe Edition, instead of loot boxes. But I digress.
A Cap-Tivating Ride
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Watch - Bright And Prejudice
Shining a torch on today’s socio-economic storm.
'Fake HDR' TVS Are Giving HDR A Bad Name
When ‘HDR-compatible’ doesn’t mean what you think it means.
What I've Learned Six Months After Facebook Zero
How disabling the News Feed has changed my life.
We Don't Need To Go To Mars (Yet)
A colony on the Red Planet isn’t the solution we need.
Power Out Of The Box
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Sunita Kaur, Managing Director for Asia, Spotify.
How Security Adapts
Shahnawaz Backer, Fraud Protection Solution Specialist, F5 Networks.
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Discovery Is The Star Trek We Deserve
Going darker than any Star Trek has gone before
Coverage In Every Corner
The Phone That Changed The World
The very first iPhone was unveiled 10 years ago, on January 7, 2007. While it wasn’t the first smartphone, it leapfrogged far beyond the competition and launched the mobile revolution, and the world has never been the same since.