Month: October 2019

Google and NASA have demonstrated that quantum computing isn’t just a fancy trick, but almost certainly something actually useful — and they’re already working on commercial applications. What does that mean for existing startups and businesses? Simply put: nothing. But that doesn’t mean you can ignore it forever. There are three main points that anyone
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[Editor’s Note: This review zeroes in exclusively on the multiplayer modes for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. For our thoughts on the single-player campaign, check out this in-depth review. We’ll have the overall review coming up soon.] Giving the latest Call of Duty effectively the same name as one of the most revered multiplayer shooters
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Last year at its developer conference, Samsung showed off an early glimpse of its upcoming foldable. In hindsight, the Galaxy Fold’s roll out could have gone more smoothly, but sometimes first gen products go that way, I suppose. At very least, it’s clear that the company won’t let a rocky start stand between it and
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Professional Fortnite player Cody “Clix” Conrod was reportedly swatted in the middle of a Twitch stream this past Saturday, October 26, 2019. The 14-year-old player stopped playing Epic Games’ battle royale title with his friends when he announced to them and viewers alike that “police are here,” before proceeding to confirm “I just got swatted.” The young man’s calm
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Sony’s reboot of Charlie’s Angels starring Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska has landed a China release date of Nov. 15 which is timed exactly with its domestic release. While the pic was originally scheduled to go during the first weekend in November, which is where the first 2000 movie bowed, Terminator: Dark Fate elbowed its way
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Submit campaign ads to fact checking, limit microtargeting, cap spending, observe silence periods, or at least warn users. These are the solutions Facebook employees put forward in an open letter pleading with CEO Mark Zuckerberg and company leadership to address misinformation in political ads. The letter, obtained by the New York Times’ Mike Isaac, insists
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