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You wanted more Switch games, so you got ‘Monopoly’ – Engadget

As the Nintendo Switch was gearing up to launch back in March, fans worried that it would go the way of the big N’s prior consoles: Spectacular first-party games with minimal third-party support. But after a tenuous few months when Zelda: Breath of the Wild seemed like the only thing worth playing, the floodgates have […]

How to fix Facebook? We asked nine experts – The Sydney Morning Herald

Colin Stretch, the general counsel of Facebook, will soon appear before US Senators who are investigating how Russia spread misinformation online during the 2016 presidential campaign. Along with Google and Twitter, Facebook has been blamed for helping Russian agents influence the outcome of the US election. Up Next Staying alert with the SmartCap More BusinessDay […]

Apple iPhone X Reviews: Tim Cook’s Rushed Vision Of An Awkward Future – Forbes

Apple lifted the review embargo today on those with early access to the iPhone X (while the rest of the world has been asked to queue up outside their nearest Apple Store so Tim Cook and his team can get some pictures of the ‘demand’), but it’s been a day where the process has been […]

iOS 11.2 introduces ‘SiriKit for HomePod’ for limited third-party app support using nearby iPhones or iPads – 9to5Mac

Apple has detailed an upcoming feature included in the new iOS 11.2 developer beta called SiriKit for HomePod. When HomePod launches in December, SiriKit for HomePod will allow developers to use the smart speaker as an access point to sending commands to their apps on iPhone and iPad. Sony A6500 SiriKit was first introduced with […]

Jeep teases next-gen Wrangler in Vegas – The Detroit News

FCA released photos of the all-new 2018 Jeep Wrangler on Tuesday night. They include the four-door Sahara model which displays a bigger grille and headlights as well as a more sculpted front bumper.(Photo: FCA US LLC) The wraps come off the hotly anticipated, all-new, 2018 Jeep Wrangler at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Nov. […]

Beautiful New PS4 Game Isn’t Very Fun To Play – Kotaku

Oure Yesterday, at Sony’s glitzy Paris Games Show presentation, a pastel, nonviolent game about being a human-dragon hybrid surprised viewers with its same-day announcement and release. Presenters’ comparisons to the respected titles Abzu and Journey added to its branding as a chill, atmospheric game with lots of style (and a little mystery). I am an […]

Why the iPhone 8 makes the iPhone X a tougher sell – Business Insider

The iPhone 8 Plus, left, and the iPhone X Hollis Johnson Despite fears around supply shortages, you can still get the new iPhone X in about 5-6 weeks. iPhone X demand may have been tempered by the bevy of available iPhone options, especially the new iPhone 8. For prospective buyers, it’s difficult to value the price […]

Apple releases iOS 11.1 with shiny new emojis – TechCrunch

New emojis. Do you need to hear anything else? Apple just released an iOS update. iOS 11.1 is the first feature update for iOS 11. It adds a couple of new things, starting with dozens of new emojis. Apple already previewed some of the new emojis, but they are now available to everyone. It includes […]

PS4 Ships 67.5 Million Units As Sony Boosts Predictions – GameSpot

Sony today reported earnings for the quarter ended September 30, and among the notable takeaways for gaming is the fact that the PlayStation 4 has now shipped 67.5 million units worldwide. Sony shipped 4.2 million units during the quarter to boost the new total to that figure. 4.2 million is up from the 3.9 million […]

A mysterious message is locking Google Docs users out of their files – Washington Post

(Loic Venance/AFP/Getty Images) Imagine you’re working on a Google Doc when, seemingly out of nowhere, your ability to edit the online file gets revoked. What you see instead is an error message indicating that you’ve violated Google’s terms of service. For anyone who stores work in the cloud, suddenly being unable to access your data — especially due […]