“In survival mode”: 500-year rains pound Midwest

“In survival mode”: 500-year rains pound Midwest

Much of the Midwest is underwater from relentless rain storms, as Tropical Storm Gordon pounds South Florida and the Keys with high winds and up to five inches of rain.The rains were a once-in-500-year event that quickly turned towns into lakes in Riley County, Kansas."It was one of the most significant events that we have experienced," said…
2019 Toyota Supra: The King Is Back And Good Enough To Hunt Porsches

2019 Toyota Supra: The King Is Back And Good Enough To Hunt Porsches

Jalopnik ReviewsAll of our test drives in one convenient place.  It’s been a long time coming. It has been 25 years since the launch of the last Toyota Supra, way back in 1993. The internet was barely out of diapers back then, and all you really needed in life was a manual gearbox, a turbocharged 2JZ…
Welcome to NES-flix: Testing Nintendo Online’s new 8-bit library on Switch

Welcome to NES-flix: Testing Nintendo Online’s new 8-bit library on Switch

konami code unlocks 47 bonus games — 20 classic games play swimmingly—unless the app's few quirks get in the way. Sam Machkovech - Sep 19, 2018 12:55 pm UTC NintendoOn Tuesday night, at roughly 11pm ET, Nintendo finally did it: it put a bunch of classic NES games on the Switch. (No, the December 2017…
Nvidia RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti review — Fake it until you make it

Nvidia RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti review — Fake it until you make it

The new Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti and 2080 graphics cards need to matter. They may end up mattering at some point. But, for now, Nvidia has to pretend they matter. This is an opportunity for Nvidia. We reached the end of graphics in 2016. That year, id Software released its reboot of Doom, which is a…
Magic Leap hands-on — Flinging Angry Birds on a coffee table in augmented reality

Magic Leap hands-on — Flinging Angry Birds on a coffee table in augmented reality

I’ve played Angry Birds many times before but never like this. Rovio Entertainment and Resolution Games showed off a demo of their upcoming mixed reality (MR, or augmented reality, AR, if you prefer) game for Magic Leap One Creator Edition. For the first time, I tried out the Magic Leap headset, playing Angry Birds FPS:…
New OnePlus 6T Leak Dispels Triple-Camera Rumor

New OnePlus 6T Leak Dispels Triple-Camera Rumor

In short: A new render said to depict the upper part of the OnePlus 6T rear panel emerged online earlier today, showing a design similar to that of the OnePlus 6 but one that does away with the fingerprint reader beneath the phone’s camera setup. The above image also dispels recent rumors about the device…
Samsung accidentally leaked four different versions of the Galaxy S10

Samsung accidentally leaked four different versions of the Galaxy S10

Samsung has a lot of work to do to get smartphone users excited about its flagship smartphones again, but we think the company is definitely up to the task. In fact, the turnaround might start sooner than everyone thinks. 2018 has been an uninspired year for the world’s top smartphone vendor. The company’s new Galaxy…
Smart Speakers Say Too Much for Some Consumers

Smart Speakers Say Too Much for Some Consumers

Privacy concerns are holding back consumers from buying the Amazon Echo, Google Home, Apple HomePod, and other similar products. September 19, 2018 8:00AM EST September 19, 2018 PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. Someone listening to your every command sounds like a…
Ninja is the first gamer on the cover of ESPN Magazine

Ninja is the first gamer on the cover of ESPN Magazine

Image copyright ESPN Ninja is the first professional gamer to feature on the cover of ESPN Magazine.The 27-year-old streamer, real name Tyler Blevins, is most famous for playing Fortnite and has more than 11 million followers on Twitch.He reached the mainstream earlier this year when he broke Fortnite streaming records after playing with Drake.But some…
Fortnite patch brings Port-a-Fortress and a new LTM

Fortnite patch brings Port-a-Fortress and a new LTM

A new patch has launched for Fortnite, and just as expected, it adds a new item called the Port-a-Fortress to the game. The Port-a-Fortress functions just like the existing Port-a-Fort does, but this time around, everything is bigger. How much bigger? Epic shared a new trailer today that answers that very question. As you can…

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