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July 26, 2022
NEWS

The Verge

Google Glass. Every major tech company is working on computer glasses. None of them really want to go first. They all remember how Google Glass, and the “ …

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The Verge

At this point, a rugged Apple Watch “Pro” has been all but officially confirmed. Not only did we start hearing whispers of this device over a year ago but also the rumor mill has been amping up as of late with new details about potential specs and …

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Mac Rumors

Alongside the iOS 16 public beta, Apple released beta HomePod software for the first time. The HomePod software updates that are beta tested are usually limited to a select group of invite-only testers, but that has changed with the HomePod Software 16 …

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Ars Technica

Researchers have unpacked a major cybersecurity find—a malicious UEFI-based rootkit used in the wild since 2016 to ensure computers remained infected even if an operating system is reinstalled or a hard drive is completely replaced.

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The Verge

Keyboard shortcuts are also coming to Drive, Docs, and Slides, which should make them much more efficient to use for anyone with a Bluetooth or wired keyboard attached to their Android tablet.

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“It comes in handy when you want to easily check where the PS VR2 Sense controllers are in your room without taking the headset off,” explains Yasuo Takahashi, senior staff product manager at Sony Interactive Entertainment. The view sounds a lot like …

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CNET

Gamers are about to get some of their valuable time back. Microsoft confirmed on Saturday that its Xbox Series X and Series S consoles will now boot faster thanks to a speedier startup animation. The changes improve boot times by 5 seconds.

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The Verge

“We’re introducing a new logo that better reflects the magic of Google and matches the branding shared by many of our helpful products — Search, Assistant, Photos, Gmail and more,” explains Tian Lim, VP of Google Play.

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The Verge

The Lord of the Rings: Gollum, a video game where you play as the titular jewelry fan, has been delayed from its September 1st release date. According to a statement posted on Twitter by the game’s developers, Daedalic Entertainment, it’ll be releasing …

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The Verge

The self-described “dystopian document thriller” Papers, Please is getting a new mobile port for iOS and Android, out on August 5th as a paid, standalone app. The news was announced on Twitter by the game’s indie developer Lucas Pope.

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