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Sony enabling Fortnite cross-play for PS4 against Xbox and Switch

Sony enabling Fortnite cross-play for PS4 against Xbox and Switch

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Sony is finally enabling cross-play for Fortnite today. The PlayStation 4 maker had been blocking cross-play and progression between Fortnite on PS4 and Nintendo Switch / Xbox One in recent months. The move angered Fortnite fans who couldn’t access progress, skins, and purchases on and Xbox One or Nintendo Switch if they’d played on a […]

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Japanese company ispace says it will launch two missions to the Moon in 2020 and 2021

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Telltale pulls The Walking Dead’s final season from sale

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The final season of Telltale’s The Walking Dead is no longer for sale. According to the game’s GoG page, Telltale requested “a temporary pause of sales.” The game can’t be purchased on Steam or via console either. Last week, the company suddenly laid off around 250 employees as part of what it called a “majority […]

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Microsoft’s latest Surface hardware could pave the way for a modular PC

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Microsoft unveiled some intriguing changes to its Surface Hub 2 earlier this week. The giant 50-inch display will now ship in two versions, and the Surface Hub 2S model that launches next year will include a modular “processor cartridge” that will let owners upgrade to the Surface Hub 2X in 2020. The cartridge slots into […]

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Google Maps now lets you poll friends on where to eat

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Google’s group planning feature for Google Maps, which the company first announced back at Google I/O 2018 in May, is now rolling out to users (via TechCrunch). The feature allows users to create a shortlist of restaurants or other destinations that can be shared with friends so they can vote, ceasing the endless planning messages […]

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The Team Group Delta RGB SSD Review: Lite Performance, Light Drive

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Today we’re looking at another SATA SSD with RGB lighting, but the Team Delta RGB is very different from our previous RGB SSD. The lighting design is far more efficient and flexible, and the storage performance is satisfactory. The RGB LEDs do give the drive a premium price tag, and most users would prefer a […]

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Lyft expands the ‘ditch your car’ challenge to 35 new cities

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Last month, Lyft challenged 100 Chicago residents to give up their personal vehicles for a whole month, and in exchange, they would get $550 in credit to use for Lyft trips, as well as other mobility services like bike-share, car-share, and public transit. The ride-hail company was so thrilled with the response — one participant […]

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A robot that can peel lettuce takes us closer to automating delicate farm work

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There are lots of barriers to automating agricultural work. The cost of robots is one and the difficulty of integrating them into supply chains is another. But a particularly big stumbling block is just how clumsy machine labor can be. That’s why new research from Cambridge University showing a robot that can peel a lettuce […]

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Safari’s suggested search results have been promoting conspiracies, lies, and misinformation

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Safari’s Siri Suggested Websites search results have been recommending a litany of low-quality and conspiratorial websites, a report from Buzzfeed has revealed. Siri Suggested results are a means of linking Safari users directly to relevant websites directly from the search bar rather than needing to load the results in a web page first. The suggestions, […]

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Instagram gets browser notification support

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For the first time, you’ll now get Instagram notifications when using the social network through a browser. Chrome support was first reported by Android Police, but we’ve also confirmed that it’s working in Safari and Firefox. The service will ask for permission first, and then notify you whenever there’s any activity on your account such […]

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