No Non-Microsoft Web Browsers for Microsoft 10 S

It’s basically the stuff made for schools, guys. Microsoft has taken aim at Google’s Chromebook/ChormeOS combo machines designed for schools. Meet Windows 10 S, a stripped down version of windows made for schools and teachers. And, oh yeah, hope you like Windows Edge, because you can’t install another browser with the system. The... Read More | Share it now!

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Motorola Applies for Self-Repairing Phone Screen Patent

Will probably work better than duct tape. Look, drops happen. And if Motorola really has something like this in the works, they might not cost you quite so much. Motorola recently filed an application for a patent on a self-repairing phone screen. The proposed memory polymer repairs cracks with heat; supposedly, the heat could both be generated by... Read More | Share it now!

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Elgato Gaming Announces XSplit Integration for Stream Deck

Content Creators Can Now Control XSplit With the Push of a Key Using the Stream Deck App The nice folks at Elgato Gaming today announced XSplit software support for Stream Deck. With this API level integration, content creators who use XSplit as their primary software for recording and streaming can now easily control all aspects of their XSplit... Read More | Share it now!

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Facebook Taking a Run at YouTube with Watch

Zuckerberg wants it all. Facebook accounts for a moderately large amount of screentime for the average internet user. But YouTube accounts for a significant amount more. And so, Facebook is launching Watch to compete for that sweet, sweet video money. Watch comes with a host of personalization options. It also emphasizes episodes and series, which... Read More | Share it now!

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Disney Yanking Their Movies from Netflix; Starting their Own Streaming Service

Yeah, well, I’m gonna go build my own streaming service, with blackjack, and hookers. In fact, forget the service. Have you ever caught yourself thinking, “I sure do wish fewer things I like were in one place, that way I could pay for a shitload of separate streaming services”. Well, pretty much every major studio thinks you have,... Read More | Share it now!

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NASA Hiring Planetary Protection Officer

Will the Noisy Cricket be locally sourced, or… Believe it or not, yes, NASA is hiring a Planetary Protection Officer. The position does have a number of strict requirements and qualifications, however. Can’t just have anyone join the Men In Black, only the best of the best of the best. Key Requirements Frequent travel may be... Read More | Share it now!

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The Razer BlackWidow Tournament Edition is a keyboard designed with eSports in mind

Razer, today announced the launch of the Razer BlackWidow Tournament Edition Chroma V2, the gaming keyboard of choice for esports players. The Razer BlackWidow TE Chroma V2 is the compact mechanical gaming keyboard built for competitive gamers looking for rapid reaction speeds. The new keyboard boasts Razer’s new Instant Trigger Technology (ITT),... Read More | Share it now!

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AMD Hits the High-End Gaming with Radeon RX Vega

Budget buddies 4eva, but back to the big leagues. AMD is beloved in hobbyist circles. Mostly since their chips are popular to overclock for a reasonable price. But they’re setting their sights high with the new Radeon RX Vega, a high-power GPU meant for gaming. Specifically, they’re hoping to take a swing at NVIDIA’s offerings. AMD... Read More | Share it now!

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YouTube Recommendations: Would You Like an Illegal Livestream?

Bob’s Burgers? Simpsons? South Park? You want them, they’re yours my friend… as long as you have enough bandwidth! YouTube is something of a Johnny-come-lately to the whole streaming thing. But in light of current events, their initial reticence takes on an almost ironic edge. See, you can now, thanks to YouTube Livestreams, watch... Read More | Share it now!

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