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Sony won’t host a PlayStation Experience this year

This is rather surprising to say the least.

Every year, Sony hosts an event called the PlayStation Experience where the company reveals new games and other details about upcoming projects. It’s become somewhat of a tradition that even Xbox One owners have been urging Microsoft to adopt. Unfortunately, there won’t be a PlayStation Experience this year.

Today, on the PlayStation Blogcast, Sony Worldwide Studios Chairman Shawn Layden announced its cancellation. According to a report by Polygon,  [Read More…]

The OnePlus 6T won’t have a headphone jack

While Apple wasn’t the first company to drop the 3.5mm headphone jack from its smartphone lineup, it certainly made the move “popular” for smartphone manufacturers. And now it looks like OnePlus is jumping on the bandwagon, too.

TechRadar sat down with OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei to discuss why the company is ditching the headphone jack from its “next smartphone”. Pei doesn’t actually give that phone a name, but with as many rumors as we’ve heard up to this point, it  [Read More…]

RAGE 2 is a carnival of carnage fans of DOOM won’t want to miss

RAGE 2 is an upcoming dream collaboration between id Software and Avalanche. The result is a circus of mayhem fans of DOOM or Just Cause can’t afford to miss.

RAGE 2 is the unexpected sequel to 2010’s post-apocalyptic shooter from id Software. RAGE 2 takes place decades after its predecessor, following a global catastrophe. An asteroid impact has wiped out virtually all civilization, leaving earth in a dilapidated state. Many of the survivors banded together  [Read More…]

No, Google won’t be releasing a Pixel Watch this year

Instead, Google’s focusing on helping third-party brands with their own watches.

Ever since a rumor surfaced this past May, it’s been expected that Google would debut its first Pixel-branded smartwatch alongside the Pixel 3 this fall (a Pixel Watch, if you will). Recent developments in Wear OS have led us to believe that 2018 would finally be the year, and now…

… it’s been confirmed that there is no Pixel Watch.

During IFA in Berlin, Tom’s Guide  [Read More…]

AUKEY USB-C Hub review: A travel-ready Chromebook hub that won’t break the bank

This lightweight USB-C hub is a bit rough around the edges, but it gets me connected and productive with little fuss.

My Google Pixelbook makes me very, very happy almost all the time, except when I need to use it with my wired mouse and keyboard or plug in external storage to salvage media off a misbehaving SD card.

Since the Google Pixelbook only sports 2 USB-C ports, so if you want to plug in basically anything  [Read More…]

What to do when your PlayStation 4 won’t accept a disc

Having trouble with your PS4 disc drive? Here’s what to do when it won’t accept a disc

If your PlayStation 4 won’t accept a disc, there could be a myriad of factors involved, both on the hardware and software front. Whether it’s the former or the latter plaguing you with problems, you can fix it yourself either way… to an extent. I wouldn’t recommend completely gutting your PlayStation 4, but there are ways to take it apart  [Read More…]

DOJ Antitrust Chief likely won’t block the T-Mobile and Sprint merger

It looks like the merger may happen after all.

The Sprint and T-Mobile merger is expected to be completed by mid-2019, but before that happens, it needs to get approval from the proper government officials/agencies. We still have a ways to go, but at least according to the Antitrust Chief, the Department of Justice won’t give the merger much of a hassle.

According to Bloomberg, DOJ Antitrust Chief Makan Delrahim says the T-Mobile and Sprint merger isn’t  [Read More…]

AT&T won’t carry the G7 ThinQ in favor of an unknown ‘exclusive’

AT&T has confirmed that it will not carry the newly-announced LG G7 ThinQ. The carrier stated that it will launch an unknown LG device later this summer, available exclusively on AT&T.

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The T-Mobile / Sprint merger could be great for consumers, but it probably won’t be

Enjoy it while it lasts.

Corporate mergers promise many upsides to shareholders and customers — that’s why consolidation happens. Those efficiencies include streamlined operations, the need for fewer employees, infrastructure improvements, better customer service, job creation, and, in some cases, lower costs for consumers.

In reality, though, it’s nearly impossible to check all of those boxes at once: lower prices may stem from internal efficiencies, but they often come with job losses or a reining in of  [Read More…]

Avengers-themed OnePlus 6 confirmed, but it won’t come to the US

Previous rumors suggested that OnePlus and Marvel Studios would be collaborating for a special edition OnePlus 6. It seems that this has been confirmed, and an Avengers: Infinity War OnePlus 6 will launch in India.

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