Intel’s HD Graphics has come a long way over the years, but is it enough to play modern games at 1080p? We tested multiple generations of HD Graphics to find out. The results are respectable, if you keep expectations in check.
Scouring photos for a conversation starter has become standard on Tinder, as a woman’s viral post about toilet paper proves
The perfect Tinder photo: yes, it has to get you on your good side and disguise that double chin, but is there more to it than just looking good?
Hana Michels, a comedian and writer from LA, who shared a screengrab of her Tinder profile to Twitter this week, found that a lot of men whom she matched with weren’t interested in her at all but in her toilet paper holder. She explained that she had been chastised by no fewer than 23 men in a year for the direction in which her toilet paper was facing – a small detail in the background of the photo.
The notch, or display cutout, is one of the biggest smartphone trends this year since it allows for smaller bezels. It’s taking the Android world by storm, but what is it for? What components are housed there? You can find out everything you need to know about the notch in this article.
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Artificial intelligence research company DeepMind has managed to train its virtual agents to play capture the flag in Quake III Arena, and they’re even capable of beating human players.
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The bizarre soccer/driving hybrid game Rocket League has been a huge success for developer Psyonix, but the company doesn’t have any plans to release a sequel. The game is currently available on consoles, PC, and Mac.
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BioWare and Electronic Arts released an extended gameplay walkthrough video for Anthem, and it gives us a chance to see the enormous insect boss first teased at EA Play in June.
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Barbara is constantly being interrupted by pop-ups about the new GDPR. Is there anything she can do?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) only came into force on 25 May and it will take a while for some websites to adapt. Breaking the rules can result in fines of up to €20m, so at this point, information providers are probably more paranoid than you are.
When Jawbone liquidated its assets, its wristbands became useless without companion app
Fitness trackers made by the defunct wearables company Jawbone were still on sale at Amazon, Selfridges and Groupon more than a month after they were rendered useless by the closure of a companion app, according to research by the consumer magazine Which.
The Jawbone UP2, first released in 2015, is a wrist-worn fitness tracker. It connects to iOS and Android phones through Bluetooth, and uploads its data to a companion app, also branded UP. But in 2017, after a run of bad financial results, the company liquidated its assets, and earlier this year it disabled the app entirely.