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Pixel 4a camera samples have surfaced, and they look really good

The 12MP sensor appears to be rather capable.

What you need to know Camera samples from the Pixel 4a were shared on Twitter by a tech YouTuber in Cuba. The samples from the phone are compared to a Redmi Note 7. As we’ve been expecting, the images look quite nice.

We’re expecting Google to unveil the Pixel 4a any day now, likely through a simple press release seeing as how Google I/O 2020 is no longer happening.  [Read More…]

We count bodies in The Mandalorian and tell you how they fell

When Mando lets the guns talk, we listen. Here’s every time someone dies.

Yes, this a list of every kill in The Mandolorian, but first we created some ground rules. Victims who are punched or shocked are not confirmed kills. If someone gets shot and doesn’t get back up, we assume they were killed, since the only shots we see that don’t kill when they hit are blocked by beskar steel. Some offscreen kills are implied, so  [Read More…]

Webcams and PlayStation 4s, will they work together?

Best answer: No. Sony’s PlayStation 4 does not provide support for standard USB webcams. In fact, the company requires that you use its proprietary camera, which uses a different jack than USB.

The only PS4 camera: PlayStation Camera ($ 41 at Amazon) A professional option: Elgato HD60 S ($ 135 at Amazon) Cameras and PlayStation

Rather than adding support for third-party USB cameras, Sony has been trying to make its camera a must-have accessory since they first  [Read More…]

Stadia reviews are trickling in and wow are they negative

Google’s game streaming service looks to be off to a rocky start. Everyone pretend to act surprised.

Google’s anticipated game streaming service Google Stadia releases tomorrow and early impressions have already gone out. While we haven’t been able to test it out for ourselves — you can expect a proper review from us sometime later — most members of the press appear to think Stadia wasn’t ready to hit the market just yet.

Vice’s Patrick Klepek spent  [Read More…]

Tile’s new trackers go further and last longer — and they stick to things

What you need to know Tile’s new trackers include the Sticker and updated Slim, Pro, and Mate models. The Sticker and Slim have three-year non-removable batteries. New Pro and Mate models have farther Bluetooth ranges.

Tile has unveiled a slew of new and updated Bluetooth trackers for its 2019 slate, including a small black puck called the Sticker that has an adhesive back, and a redesigned Tile Slim that resembles a credit card. Both have three-year non-removable batteries.  [Read More…]

ANC helps the Sony WF-1000XM3 earbuds sound better than they are

I wouldn’t say reviewing phones is easy, but there’s a sameness to it. You unbox it, put your SIM it in, set it up, and start using it like the phone before it. You do some tests — call quality, photos, maybe a drop test if you’re feeling bold — and you write about the experience. People read the review, one of likely many, and come to the conclusion that it’s either for them or it isn’t. Rinse,  [Read More…]

Every skill tree and how they work in Borderlands 3

Borderlands 3 has more variety and action skills than ever before.

Like each game before it, Borderlands 3 gives our new Vault Hunters three skill trees from which to work. What makes this time around special is that each character now has three separate action skills to use on the battlefield. We’ll break down each ability and its corresponding skill tree so you can determine which character is right for you.

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These are Hayato’s favorite music accessories, and they may be yours, too

I’ve been playing guitar for a little over a decade now, and singing for about as long. In that time, I’ve become a bit of a gearhead (okay, maybe more than a bit), and I’m always looking to find the most efficient and portable gear possible — especially since I do a ton of traveling for work, and sometimes it’s nice to be able to bring some way of creating or practicing music with me. Here are some of the  [Read More…]

U.S. companies can now work with Huawei again — except when they can’t

U.S. companies can sell to Huawei ‘where there is no threat to national security.’

What you need to know The U.S. Commerce Department will begin issuing licenses to American companies that want to do business with Huawei. Licenses will be approved “where there is no threat to national security.” Commerce secretary Wilbur Ross has said the department will continue to protect America’s advanced technologies and no company should trade secrets or IP for access to growing markets.  [Read More…]