Microsoft Office 365 apps get Dark Mode on macOS Mojave

Microsoft Office 365 apps get Dark Mode on macOS Mojave

In September, Apple released macOS Mojave with Dark Mode, an optional color scheme that replaces bright bars and backgrounds with darker shades. Today Microsoft pushed out an update for its Office 365 apps on Mac that adds a Dark Mode matching the optional dark interface in Mojave. Office users on Mac can enable the feature after updating.

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The Punisher season 2 lands on Netflix next month

The Punisher season 2 lands on Netflix next month

Netflix has revealed all of its new arrivals for January 2019, and among the movies and shows is something a lot of people have been waiting for: the second season of The Punisher. We've known that Netflix has been cooking up a second season of The Punisher since the end of last year, when it was confirmed shortly after the well-received premiere of the first season.

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Motorola One and Moto X4 update to Android Pie

Motorola One and Moto X4 update to Android Pie

This week the folks at Motorola responsible for bringing big software updates to smartphones hit 3-point shots for two major machines. The Motorola One was launched relatively recently inside the United States and already it's prepared for the Android Pie update from the company. The Moto X4 is also coming up Milhouse with Android Pie, also starting this week.

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Apple’s rumored Texture relaunch leaves some news publishers unconvinced

Apple’s rumored Texture relaunch leaves some news publishers unconvinced

Earlier this year, Apple acquired Texture, which is often described as "the Netflix of magazines." With Texture, users pay a monthly fee to access around 200 different magazines - that rate used to be $14.99 per month, but not long after picking up Texture, Apple dropped it to $9.99. As it turns out, Apple might have even bigger plans for Texture besides a simple price drop, but some publishers aren't that thrilled about what Apple it plotting.

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Galaxy S10 camera details leaked

Galaxy S10 camera details leaked

Today we've got a bit more information about the Samsung Galaxy S10 family's many various camera arrays. The Samsung Galaxy S10 will come in at least three configurations, one "Lite", another just called Galaxy S10, and another with "Plus" at the tail end of its name. These devices will carry between two and three cameras on their backs.

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Samsung Flexible OLED display coming to iPhone 11

Samsung Flexible OLED display coming to iPhone 11

This week industry sources suggested that Samsung Display reached an agreement with Apple to supply iPhones with flexible touch OLED. These same sources said that it's likely the next iPhone will work with flexible touch OLED displays. It's likely Apple will only use this flexible OLED display on one singular iPhone, while the rest will continue to use slightly more traditional means of touchscreen tech with displays as separate components.

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Switch Online NES games for December are here with surprise extras

Switch Online NES games for December are here with surprise extras

The three December NES games for Nintendo Switch Online subscribers have gone live, and they've brought a couple of surprises along with them. Nintendo has launched two Special saves (referred to simply as SP) for Metroid and Dr. Mario. These SP versions give players a chance to see the end of each game, something that was considerably more difficult back in the late 1980s.

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Razer SoftMiner uses your GPU to mine cryptocurrency, but you don’t get the coins

Razer SoftMiner uses your GPU to mine cryptocurrency, but you don’t get the coins

A new set of programs was introduced this week by Razer to entice users with Razer Silver. One of these programs is Razer SoftMiner, a desktop app that Razer suggests "utilizes the idle GPU processing power of gamers’ battle stations to solve complex blockchain-based puzzles on the back-end." Wow, you might be saying, that's cool that Razer made a Bitcoin Miner so people can easily earn cryptocurrency on their home PC - but it's not quite that simple.

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I took a class in the 2019 Corvette ZR1’s 755hp schoolroom

I took a class in the 2019 Corvette ZR1’s 755hp schoolroom

An hour from Vegas, past rolling brown hills and more than a few tumbleweeds, you’ll find Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club. A racing-enthusiast’s oasis in the desert. Unlike most oases, though, this one can get seriously loud.

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Intel turns to 3D stacking to reboot its chip roadmap

Intel turns to 3D stacking to reboot its chip roadmap

During an event it called "Architecture Day" this week, Intel prepared us for what's coming up in 2019. The company had a lot of announcements to make, and one of the most exciting is a new 3D packaging method for CPUs that it's calling Foveros. Beyond Foveros, we also heard some impressive claims about next generation integrated graphics and, of course, we received a codename for its next CPU architecture.

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InSight snaps its first selfie and shows off its workspace

InSight snaps its first selfie and shows off its workspace

NASA's InSight spacecraft has only been on the surface of the Red Planet for a short while, and already it has shown off some cool photos and first ever facts about Mars. Earlier this week InSight sent NASA its first ever Mars wind recording. We've also seen an image of the spacecraft readying its robotic arm.

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Hexa personal electric flying machine can cruise for 15-minutes per charge

Hexa personal electric flying machine can cruise for 15-minutes per charge

Lots of people around the world have dreamed of flying, but flight instruction, aircraft, and maintenance are very expensive putting flying out of the reach of many. A company called LIFT Aircraft has unveiled its new electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft called Hexa. The aircraft will be used to launch the world's first experimental entertainment business.

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