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What’s the best weapon for solo games in Dauntless on PlayStation 4?

Dauntless is meant to be played with a team, but that’s not always possible.

Even though Dauntless, a new free-to-play cooperative monster slaying game, strongly encourages you to play with a group of other players, you may eventually find yourself in combat with a Behemoth without any allies to back you up. If this happens, you’ll want to make sure that you’ve got the right weapon for the job. Here’s what that weapon is, and also why  [Read More…]

Control the storm! Here’s what’s new in Fortnite’s 9.20 patch

Ready for something new? Check it out!

The latest content update for Fortnite — the 9.20 patch — is out today, and with it comes the introduction of a brand new item that will allow players to control the in-game storm that moves during play. The Storm Flip item is an item that when thrown, will create a sphere-shaped zone upon impact. When that sphere overlaps with the storm itself, it will create a storm zone that  [Read More…]

Google identifies what’s causing Pixel 3 slowdowns, fixes incoming

Google has identified what’s causing performance issues on the Pixel 3 series.

What you need to know After a thorough analysis, Google found that Digital Wellbeing wasn’t the cause for Pixel 3 slowdowns. But during that analysis, Google found unrelated issues that it believes are causing performance issues. An upcoming update will include those fixes and improve the performance on Pixel devices.

Earlier this month, a thread on Reddit suggested Digital Wellbeing was the cause of Pixel  [Read More…]

What’s new on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu in June 2019

Between Black Mirror and The Handmaid’s Tale, the start of summer is going to be a dark one.

School is winding down. The pool is heating up. Beaches are beckoning. But so, too are the major streaming services, with a world of premieres headed our way in June. Here’s what all you have to look forward to next month on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu:

On Netflix in June: The long-awaited return of the critically acclaimed  [Read More…]

What’s new in AR / VR at Google I/O 2019

Google is leaning in to places where it can deliver the best experiences.

For the last several years, Google has saved a special part of its starting keynote at I/O for VR and AR. It started with Google casually handing out Cardboard to developers as the result of a 20% project, and grew tremendously from there. Now, Google is a full VR and AR powerhouse, complete with Marvel heroes posing with you right inside the Pixel camera  [Read More…]

What’s new in Android Q beta 3: Dark mode, new gestures, better privacy

Dark theme is finally here, the back button is going away, and we have our first look at Focus mode.

The Android Q Beta 3 is going live today, and the build will be making its way to 21 phones from 13 OEMs. We already got a look at some of the new features in Android Q, and with Beta 3 Google is introducing a few new features. Here’s what you need to know about the latest  [Read More…]

What’s next for Android?

Android is 16 major versions old now and Q will make for a 17th. Can Google add shiny new stuff forever?

Google I/O is coming soon, and while it’s about more than Android, most of the news and things you read will be about the smartphone. That’s a given now that computers are things we mostly hold in our hands instead of set on a desk and I/O is a conference about software. I’m going to make  [Read More…]

Here’s what’s new in the big Moment Pro Camera app update for Android

You can also save 15% on photo and video gear.

Last July, Moment launched its Pro Camera app for Android and iOS to bring powerful pro camera controls to users for just a couple bucks. Moment just pushed its biggest update ever to the app, and my oh my is there a lot to unpack.

Starting first with new features, Pro Camera now has new analytics layers such as focus peaking and zebra stripes — allowing you  [Read More…]

What’s new on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu in May 2019

A mustachioed Clooney, the determined women of 2018, the hilariously important Fleabag, and so much more coming up on your favorite streaming services.

May typically is one of those beautiful months on our part of Planet Earth, with the outdoors finally shaking off the last parts of winter and giving us a brief respite before summer sets in.

It’s also giving us George Clooney with a mustache. Or, if you prefer, how about a documentary on the  [Read More…]

What’s in Jerry’s bag: All the gadgets I need every day

A gear bag can be an important part of any tech lover’s kit; carrying around a bunch of cool electronics is easier (and safer) with a good place to stash it all. For me, it’s a little different since I’m in a wheelchair. It means I can carry around a large bag that isn’t for everyone, for example, and become the one-stop shop you need sometimes.

The BIG bag Timbuk2 extra large-size Classic Messenger Bag

Staff pick

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