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The funniest animals, immortalised in this photo contest

TOPICS: Comedy Wildlife, Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards, laugh, photographers, photos, wildlife

The Comedy Wildlife is a very peculiar nature photo contest. Every year, it brings together thousands of photographers, who present in their snapshots the most comical side of the natural environment that surrounds us. These are unique moments, very difficult to capture, capable of making us laugh at the same time as we admire the […]

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What do the post-credits scenes of ‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ mean?

TOPICS: Bruce Banner, Captain Marvel, Marvel, post-credits scenes, Shang-Chi, Xialing

It’s an old joke among fans – how do you spot a Marvel fan in a movie theatre? They’re the last ones to leave the cinema. And there’s a reason for that particular behaviour. If there’s one thing that sets the Marvel Cinematic Universe films apart, it’s their long tradition of post-credits scenes. And of […]

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Apple’s virtual/augmented reality glasses need help: you won’t be able to use them without an iPhone, says The Information

TOPICS: Apple, augmented reality, glasses, Headset, virtual reality, wireless

For Tim Cook, augmented reality is critical to Apple’s future. The company’s efforts in this area are evident, and we’ve been hearing rumours about Apple’s hypothetical virtual and augmented reality glasses for years. New information coming from The Information now reveals that the first iteration of these glasses won’t be standalone: it will need an […]

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The 24 EVGA RTX 3090 graphics cards that died at New World were killed by bad soldering

TOPICS: EVGA, EVGA RTX 3090, GPUs, graphics cards, New World, RTX 3090

During the month of July Amazon began a closed beta of its MMO, New World, which was a great success in terms of players and viewers on platforms such as Twitch, generating a lot of interest from the community that sees with new eyes a game that could be among the greats of its genre. […]

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Konami’s free-to-play football game Konami 2022 to launch on 30 September

TOPICS: football, Konami, PES, sport

Konami has announced that the first version of the simulator will arrive at the end of this month and that during the autumn it will receive its first major update with more teams and game modes. Konami has made official the release date of eFootball 2022, the free to play football game that will replace […]

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Apple relents and will allow apps like Netflix and Spotify to offer sign-up links without going through the App Store

TOPICS: Amazon Kindle, Netflix, reader apps, Spotify

A few days ago Apple promised slight changes for developers in the US in order to appease lawsuits, more recently South Korea has forced them to allow third party payments and now it’s Japan’s turn. Apple has announced that Japan’s Fair Trade Commission has agreed to close its investigation with Apple in exchange for allowing […]

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Twitter unveils ‘Safe Mode’: how it works to reduce insults and other unwanted interactions

TOPICS: harassment, hate speech, insults, safe mode, Twitter

One of the big problems of social networks is the heavy harassment that takes place on them, which even causes some of them to launch with an emphasis on good vibes. This has led companies to start thinking about how to protect users, and one of the latest fruits on Twitter is the new ‘Safe […]

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Rise of the Tomb Raider’s temporary exclusivity reportedly cost Xbox $100 million

TOPICS: Eidos, exclusivity, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Square Enix, Xbox

How much do platforms pay for a temporary exclusive? Generally, studios and video game publishers do not publish the amount of these types of agreements, although that does not prevent them from being leaked on more than one occasion. For example, thanks to the lawsuit between Epic Games and Apple, we learned what the Fortnite […]

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Google wants to follow in Apple’s footsteps, and Tensor is just the beginning

TOPICS: chromebook, Google, SoC, Tensor

The Pixel 6, which will hit shops sometime before the end of the year, will be Google’s first phone with an SoC designed by the US company. Its name is Tensor and, although we don’t know many details about it at the moment, the company has placed a lot of emphasis on its processing capabilities […]

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The iPhone 13 would support satellite communication for calls and data when there is no coverage

TOPICS: Apple, Globalstar, iPhone 13, Qualcomm X60, satellites, Starlink

The iPhone 13 would support satellite communication to make calls and send messages when there is no cellular coverage, according to a report from Ming-Chi Kuo. The analyst has a very good reputation for previewing Apple news, thanks to his sources on Asian production lines. The iPhone 13 would connect to low-orbiting satellites offering calling […]

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