Tag Archive: Online


Fossil hybrid smartwatch leaks online with 2-week battery life

Most likely running Wear OS.

What you need to know Listings and images of a new analog-digital hybrid Fossil smartwatch have leaked online. The new watch carries the Fossil Collider Hybrid Smartwatch HR branding and appears to run Wear OS with an e-ink display. There is no release date as of yet, but the pulled Amazon listing showed a $ 195 price point.

Recently, it was revealed that part of Google’s deal with Fossil included tech called  [Read More…]

Possible zombies spotted in Red Dead Online point to a potential event

Players are reporting finding zombie-like NPCs in Red Dead Online, possibly pointing to a new event or expansion.

What you need to know Players are beginning to find zombie-esque NPCs in Red Dead Online, the online portion of Red Dead Redemption 2. With Halloween a few weeks away, it’s possible this is an early teaser for a zombie-themed event or expansion in Red Dead Online. It’s also possible this is just a bizarrely specific glitch. Red Dead  [Read More…]

Fortnite ‘The Return’ limited-time challenges leak online

The latest challenges leaked ahead of the weekly update.

Season X of Fortnite is here, and with it comes significant changes to the way players will be completing challenges. Instead of one week of challenges, players will now be completing missions, which are thematic objectives for those who have the Season X Battle Pass.

However, instead of daily challenges — which have been a mainstay in the game ever since Season 1 — Season X has  [Read More…]

Your online filing cabinet: Google Drive vs. Dropbox

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Best Overall Google Drive

Free at Google

Pros 15 GB storage space Access to Google One apps Cons Shared storage Slower syncing

Google Drive includes access to the most essential programs like Docs and Gmail. Its free account gives you 15 GB of shared storage space with options to increase storage to 30TB.

Fast Syncing Dropbox

Free at Dropbox

Pros Block syncing Referral program Cons Less storage space No spreadsheets  [Read More…]

Instagram is working on two new features to prevent online bullying

The AI comment warning is live now and Restrict will begin testing soon.

What you need to know Instagram has been working on two new features to help combat online bullying. The AI comment warning will prompt you when a message seems harmful giving you a chance to rethink the message you are sending. Restrict will hide a user’s comment from everyone except them and prevent them from seeing when you’re active or if you’ve read their  [Read More…]

Learn new skills in IT, programming, graphic design, and more online

After high school, many of our peers will go to college or learn a trade, but what comes after we enter the workforce? The most successful among us will continue to learn new skills and apply them to their careers, and the best part is that there are countless resources online that ensure that you’ll never run out of things to learn either. If you’re looking for an extensive library of knowledge to further your education, look no  [Read More…]

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Stadia will have free online multiplayer and won’t work with Android TVs

A few more tidbits from Stadia head Phil Harrison.

What you need to know Stadia Base will support online multiplayer games for free. Publishers will have the option to create subscription-based plans to access a library of its games. At launch, Stadia will not support Android TVs.

Google Stadia has been causing a lot of excitement at E3 about the future of gaming. Recently, Stadia head Phil Harrison sat down for an interview and revealed some more  [Read More…]

Google Pay is gaining better online transactions and transit pass support

Google is making its Pay platform much more robust and convenient.

What you need to know Online checkout with Google Pay now displays total cost and shipping options. You can now check into flights directly from Google Assistant. Boarding passes and transit tickets can now be stored in Google Pay.

During this year’s I/O keynote, Google showed off a number of ways that it’s improving its Google Pay service for online businesses and, in turn, their customers.  [Read More…]

Google, other tech giants form group to counter online extremist content

In the wake of March’s terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand, Google is partnering up with other tech giants to counter extremist content online.

What you need to know Tech and social media giants have created a new group to work together in fighting terrorist and extremist content online. Dubbed “Christchurch Call,” the group’s name is derived from the recent terror attack in Christchurch, New Zealand. The group’s supporters include Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Twitter, and Facebook.

Tech  [Read More…]