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Final Fantasy XV will not be using the Denuvo anti-tamper tech

1 hour ago   |   N4G   |   2 articles

DSOGaming writes: "Square Enix is a company that has used the Denuvo anti-tamper tech in some of its titles. Two of them are Star Ocean The Last Hope and Final Fantasy XII The...
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Apple moves to store iCloud keys in China, raising human rights fears

1 hour ago   |   Reuters

SAN FRANCISCO/BEIJING - When Apple Inc begins hosting Chinese users' iCloud accounts in a new Chinese data center at the end of this month to comply with new laws there...
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9 Google Home tips for music lovers - CNET

2 hours ago   |   CNET

If you love your Google Home speaker about as much as you love music, here are nine tips you should know.
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HTC hit with layoffs in the US, putting their American smartphone business in doubt

2 hours ago   |   Talk Android

Anybody who's been in the Android scene since its inception has no doubt had some experience with one of HTC's products. They lead the early charge into the mainstream...
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Utomik partners with Green Man Gaming to support prepaid subscriptions

4 hours ago   |   N4G

Utomik, the unlimited play PC gaming subscription, announces its partnership with Green Man Gaming, the popular global multi-platform digital games store.
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Facebook and Google Struggle to Squelch ‘Crisis Actor' Posts

5 hours ago   |   NY Times

The tech companies vowed this week to stamp out conspiracy videos and misinformation on the Parkland, Fla., shooting. So far, they are falling short.
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KFC issues hilarious 'sorry advert' after UK chicken shortage

5 hours ago   |   NZherald

KFC has issued a tongue-in-cheek apology after a delivery crisis left thousands of chicken fans across the country unable to get their hands on their beloved bargain...
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Google says they are definitely NOT bringing “Dark mode” to Android

5 hours ago   |   AndroidPhoneFans   |   2 articles

Stock Android - as found on devices like the Google Pixel or Android One devices - has a lot going for it, but one feature Google has long shied away from has been official...
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Android dark mode isn't happening: Google blames miscommunication

Android dark mode isn't happening: Google blames miscommunication

5 hours ago   |   SlashGear   |   2 articles

Google briefly made waves in the Android community today after a post in its forums said that a dark mode would be added to a future Android release. Users have been requesting...
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DeepMind & VA Team Up With Hopes Of Fighting Kidney Problems

6 hours ago   |   Android Headlines

Google's A.I.-centric DeepMind division has announced a new partnership with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs aimed at predicting kidney problems earlier. Specifically...
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Google ARCore Expands: Will Your Phone Support It?

Google ARCore Expands: Will Your Phone Support It?

Google's new technology puts Android in the augmented reality race, even as Apple pushes the envelope with iOS 11's ARKit. Read more ...

T-Mobile achieves 1.3Gbps download speeds using License Assisted Access

T-Mobile achieves 1.3Gbps download speeds using License Assisted Access

T-Mobile have achieved another network speed milestone. T-Mobile and Nokia hit download speeds of 1.3Gbps this week using commercial Nokia tech with License Assisted Access... Read more ...

Nintendo Sets Up User Reviews For Games

Nintendo Sets Up User Reviews For Games

User reviews are coming to Nintendo's website, as spotted by Polygon, adding a feature that lets fans talk up games on Nintendo systems. If you have played a Nintendo 3DS or... Read more ...

Koodo and Telus to offer carrier services integrated with Google Assistant

Koodo and Telus to offer carrier services integrated with Google Assistant

Telus flanker brand Koodo has announced that, as of next month, subscribers will be able to access carrier services through Google Assistant-enabled devices, like the Google... Read more ...

Nintendo Sets Up User Reviews For Games

Nintendo Sets Up User Reviews For Games

User reviews are coming to Nintendo's website, as spotted by Polygon, adding a feature that lets fans talk up games on Nintendo systems. If you have played a Nintendo 3DS or... Read more ...

Facebook removes VR shooting demo from conservative conference

Facebook removes VR shooting demo from conservative conference

This week at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference Facebook chose to maintain a booth for attendees that includes an Oculus virtual reality demo. Now This writer... Read more ...

Ghostbusters Mobile AR Game Comes To Life In New Teaser

Ghostbusters Mobile AR Game Comes To Life In New Teaser

A new mobile Ghostbusters game titled Ghostbusters World is coming, with the first teaser hitting almost every piece of imagery designed to tickle that Ghostbusters part of... Read more ...

Android dark mode isn't happening: Google blames miscommunication

Android dark mode isn't happening: Google blames miscommunication

Google briefly made waves in the Android community today after a post in its forums said that a dark mode would be added to a future Android release. Users have been requesting... Read more ...

Dropbox files to go public 10 years after launch

Dropbox files to go public 10 years after launch

A decade after it was founded, Dropbox has filed to go public. The beloved, easy-to-use file syncing service had documents unsealed at the SEC today revealing plans for an... Read more ...

Google say dark mode coming to future version of Android

Google say dark mode coming to future version of Android

As more and more smartphones come to market with OLED displays, many Android owners have been clamoring for Google to add a dark mode to Android. Now it looks like Google is... Read more ...