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Nvidia reportedly bringing Fortnite back to iOS through its cloud gaming service

Nvidia reportedly bringing Fortnite back to iOS through its cloud gaming service Nvidia is bringing Fortnite back to iPhones and iPads, according to a report from the BBC. The British news service is reporting that Nvidia has developed a version of its GeForce cloud gaming service that runs on Safari. The development means that Fortnite […]

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Aveine’s Smart Wine Aerator is a huge upgrade for wine lovers – and could create some new ones, too

Aveine’s Smart Wine Aerator is a huge upgrade for wine lovers – and could create some new ones, too You might have very good reason to be on a wine kick right now – along with plenty of the rest of the country – so it’s perhaps timely to take a look at the Aveine […]

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Gaming rules the entertainment industry, so why aren’t investors showing up?

Gaming rules the entertainment industry, so why aren’t investors showing up? As gaming’s popularity reaches epic heights, venture investors’ activity in the industry doesn’t seem to equate with the overall size of the games market. Spurred by an unreal year where traditional entertainment has been upended by the COVID-19 pandemic and consumers find unity in […]

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The Flume 2 Smart Home Water Monitor is a smart, easy-to-use, and essential smart home device

The Flume 2 Smart Home Water Monitor is a smart, easy-to-use, and essential smart home device Many smart home gadgets focus on convenience or automation of typically manual tasks, but Flume’s smart water sensor provides a potentially much more vital service: The ability to track how much water you’re consuming, and alert you to potential […]

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Google’s EU Android choice screen isn’t working say search rivals, calling for a joint process to devise a fair remedy

Google’s EU Android choice screen isn’t working say search rivals, calling for a joint process to devise a fair remedy Google search engine rivals have dialled up pressure on the European Commission over the tech giant’s ‘pay-to-play’ choice screen for Android users in Europe — arguing the Google-devised auction has failed to remedy antitrust issues […]

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Decrypted: How Twitter was hacked, GitHub DMCA backfires

Decrypted: How Twitter was hacked, GitHub DMCA backfires One week to the U.S. presidential election and things are getting spicy. It’s not just the rhetoric — hackers are actively working to disrupt the election, officials have said, and last week they came with a concrete example and an unusually quick pointing of blame. On Wednesday […]

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Facebook steps into cloud gaming — and another feud with Apple

Facebook steps into cloud gaming — and another feud with Apple Facebook will soon be the latest tech giant to enter the world of cloud gaming. Their approach is different than what Microsoft or Google has built but Facebook highlights a shared central challenge: dealing with Apple. Facebook is not building a console gaming competitor […]

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This Week in Apps: Quibi dies, Snapchat soars, Halide upgrades for iPhone 12

This Week in Apps: Quibi dies, Snapchat soars, Halide upgrades for iPhone 12 Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the TechCrunch series that recaps the latest OS news, the applications they support and the money that flows through it all. The app industry is as hot as ever, with a record 204 billion downloads and $120 billion in […]

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OnePlus’s 8T handset brings faster charging and a 120Hz display for $749 

OnePlus’s 8T handset brings faster charging and a 120Hz display for 9  OnePlus continues its twice-yearly smartphone cycle with today’s arrival of the 8T. The latest device isn’t a huge upgrade over April’s OnePlus 8, but continues the company’s longstanding tradition of offering some of the most solid Android handsets at a reasonable price point. The […]

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Google removes 3 Android apps for children, with 20M+ downloads between them, over data collection violations

Google removes 3 Android apps for children, with 20M+ downloads between them, over data collection violations When it comes to apps, Android leads the pack with nearly 3 million apps in its official Google Play store. The sheer volume also means that sometimes iffy apps slip through the cracks. Researchers at the International Digital Accountability […]

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