Day: May 11, 2022

  • A new Steam Deck update adds one of the most-requested features

    A new Steam Deck update adds one of the most-requested features

    Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge The coolest feature of the Steam Deck — bar none, if you ask me — is how the portable gaming PC lets you get the absolute most from its AMD RDNA 2 graphics and 40 watt-hour battery. As of the last update, you could lower the screen’s refresh […]

  • iPod touch is now completely sold out in the US Apple Online Store

    iPod touch is now completely sold out in the US Apple Online Store

    It has only been one day since Apple discontinued the iPod touch forever. And although the company said that customers could still buy the product “while supplies last,” it seems that the supplies didn’t last very long. Right now, the iPod touch is completely sold out in the US Apple Online Store. more… The post […]

  • Toddler Can’t Contain His Excitement To Seeing His Mom About To Get Married

    Toddler Can’t Contain His Excitement To Seeing His Mom About To Get Married   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Orange Blossom Photography (@orangeblossomp) A wedding day typically revolves around the couple getting married, but someone else stole the show on Kristie and Bobby Mihelich’s big day. Their 3-year-old son (then […]

  • Jack Dorsey says he’ll never be the CEO of Twitter again

    Jack Dorsey says he’ll never be the CEO of Twitter again

    Pictured: probably not the future CEO of Twitter. | Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images Jack Dorsey is trying to squash rumors that he’ll be reinstated as Twitter’s CEO once Elon Musk takes charge. On Wednesday he tweeted “nah I’ll never be CEO again” in response to someone predicting he would be returning to lead the […]

  • Disney CEO calls hypothetical ESPN streaming package ‘the ultimate fan offering’

    Disney CEO calls hypothetical ESPN streaming package ‘the ultimate fan offering’

    Image: Disney On an earnings call earlier today, Disney CEO Bob Chapek sounded like someone who has clear ideas of ESPN’s fully streaming future. He told analysts and investors that “when it comes time to actually pull the trigger,” he believes ESPN can create “the ultimate fan offering that will appeal to the superfan who […]

  • After roasting Apple about headphone jacks, Google quietly dumps it from Pixel 6A

    After roasting Apple about headphone jacks, Google quietly dumps it from Pixel 6A

    Look closely: no headphone jack. | Image: Google Google just revealed the Pixel 6A at Google I/O on Wednesday, and while it has a number of impressive specs for a midrange device, it’s missing one that the company has celebrated on its A-series line for years: a 3.5mm headphone jack. As many smartphone manufacturers have […]

  • Battle.net is suffering from a DDoS attack, though things seem to be recovering

    Battle.net is suffering from a DDoS attack, though things seem to be recovering

    Activision Blizzard said on Twitter Wednesday that its Battle.net service was suffering from a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack. As of publish time, things seem to be recovering. In the initial tweet, sent at 7:11PM ET from the @BlizzardCS Twitter account, the company cautioned that the attack “may result in high latency and disconnections […]

  • EV company Lordstown completes $230 million sale of its Ohio factory to Foxconn

    EV company Lordstown completes $230 million sale of its Ohio factory to Foxconn

    Struggling EV company Lordstown completed the sale of its Ohio factory to Foxconn, the Taiwanese company that assembles Apple’s iPhone. The factory, which sold for $230 million, will now become the site of a joint venture between the two companies. The deal was originally set to close last month, but Lordstown kept pushing back the […]

  • Court lets Texas restrictions on internet moderation take effect

    Court lets Texas restrictions on internet moderation take effect

    Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images A controversial Texas social media law will take effect following a ruling today from a US appeals court. The law allows Paxton’s office or Texas residents to sue social networks that moderate based on “the viewpoint of the user or another person,” among other offenses — language that potentially makes […]

  • Google’s ‘premium’ Pixel Tablet sure doesn’t look very premium

    Google’s ‘premium’ Pixel Tablet sure doesn’t look very premium

    This is the front of the forthcoming Pixel Tablet | Screenshot by Sean Hollister / The Verge Big white bezels. Matte, looks-like-plastic back. Thick profile. 2023. Android. That’s about all we know about Google’s forthcoming Pixel Tablet, which the company teased during its keynote presentation for the I/O 2022 developer conference this week. Rick Osterloh, […]

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