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SlashGear 10/20/2020 20:57
It has finally happened. After repeatedly being investigated again and again over alleged anticompetitive business practices, Google was finally hit with a formal antitrust lawsuit by the US Justice Department, specifically over what is being described as an unfair monopolistic advantage in the Internet search market. Of course, Google didn’t simply take the charges sitting down, given how high-profile and …
SlashGear 10/20/2020 18:11
If you often struggle with unwanted negative or otherwise unpleasant thoughts, the reason may be due to poor sleep quality. That’s according to a new study from the University of York, which reports that sleep-deprived individuals are less capable of suppressing negative and unwanted thoughts compared to those who get enough sleep, potentially making existing psychiatric issues worse. The new …
SlashGear 10/20/2020 17:25
Parallels is bringing Windows apps to Chromebooks with its new Parallels Desktop product. The Chromebook Enterprise software enables Chromebook enterprise customers to run Windows apps directly on the Chrome OS machines, bringing software like Microsoft Office and other software that businesses often rely on. Among other things, the Windows apps and Chrome OS apps can be run at the same …
SlashGear 10/20/2020 17:03
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla hasn’t even released yet and already Ubisoft is detailing the game’s post-launch content. Like the more recent Assassin’s Creed titles, Valhalla will get a season pass, which will include two major expansions. Those expansions won’t be out until sometime next year, but those who don’t buy will still get some free DLC in the form of seasonal …
SlashGear 10/20/2020 16:30
Amazon Luna, the company’s cloud gaming service, is opening for early access today the retailer has confirmed. Taking on Google Stadia and Xbox Game Streaming, Luna was announced back at Amazon’s big Alexa launch event in late September, though at the time it was only taking early access requests from those wanting to sign up. Now, however, some of those …
SlashGear 10/20/2020 16:27
Google has launched a monthly premium photo print subscription service for its Google Photos users, enabling anyone who is interested to automatically receive high-quality physical prints every month. This new service, which Google calls its premium print series, is priced at $6.99/month and includes 10 prints shipped monthly to customers. Because this new service is automated, it quite obviously chooses …
SlashGear 10/20/2020 15:45
Today Linux users were given access to Microsoft Edge Dev Channel for the first time – in preview mode. Per Microsoft, the importance of this release goes beyond Linux, as this release means Microsoft Edge is available “for all major desktop and mobile platforms.” This Linux release supports Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, and openSUSE distributions. Microsoft’s aim here seems to be …
SlashGear 10/20/2020 15:20
A newly published study links CBD, a non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis, with a significant increase in a peptide that may help protect the lungs of COVID-19 patients from damage. The findings come from the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, where researchers found that CBD may help reduce the deadly cytokine storm that has claims many COVID-19 patients’ …
SlashGear 10/20/2020 14:57
Ford has revealed its newest self-driving car, the fourth-generation of test vehicle developed by it and Argo AI. Still intended for autonomous driving research and development, rather than commercial sale, the Escape Hybrid-based vehicle promises an upgrade in sensor tech, but also a cleaner route to the eventual driverless service Ford plans to launch. “The systems we’re incorporating into our …
SlashGear 10/20/2020 13:56
Following the release of iOS 14 last month, Apple released iOS 14.1 today. This update sets the stage for iPhone 12’s impending arrival, in a manner of speaking, as its biggest addition is support for 10-bit HDR in both video playback and photo editing. You don’t need an iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Pro to take advantage of that feature …
SlashGear 10/20/2020 12:14
A set of relatively major issues appeared with the latest Windows 10 update this week. Over the past several days, Windows 10 users reported issues with the latest set of updates, ranging from failure to download all the way to the Blue Screen of Death. Update release codes included KB4579311 and KB4577671, and you might want to go ahead and …
SlashGear 10/20/2020 11:52
Today we’re taking a peek at the latest way to pause Windows updates with Windows 10. This system worked as of October 20, 2020, and will likely work pretty far into the future. Before you go any further, remember that pausing updates from Microsoft could result in less-than-stellar issues if you do not stay up-to-date with security fixes. If you …
SlashGear 10/20/2020 11:28
While Xbox Series X/S owners won’t have Halo Infinite at launch as previously expected, Microsoft is still lining up some Halo content for those who buy these new consoles. Today, Microsoft confirmed that 343 Industries will be enhancing Halo: The Master Chief Collection for Xbox Series X/S. While it won’t be available right at the launch of these new consoles, …
SlashGear 10/20/2020 11:04
Google has been sued by the US Justice Department, over allegations of antitrust behaviors including monopolizing search and anticompetitive advertising behaviors. The lawsuit, announced today, follows a year-long investigation by the DoJ, and even longer controversy about Google’s heft in the online space. “Two decades ago, Google became the darling of Silicon Valley as a scrappy startup with an innovative …

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