Galaxy S10 and Note 10 are about to get these new S20 features

Galaxy S10 and Note 10 are about to get these new S20 features

Samsung has revealed that a new software update will bring some Galaxy S20 features to the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy Note 10. Specifically, the update will bring a few camera features with it, along with the Galaxy S10's Gallery and sharing features. Even better is that Galaxy S10 and Note 10 users won't have to wait very long for this update to arrive.

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Facebook tries to match Zoom with desktop Messenger update

Facebook tries to match Zoom with desktop Messenger update

A Facebook Messenger app was released this week for group chats between Facebook users. Users could've done video chat before now, with Messenger from Facebook, but this app makes the entire process feel a bit more official. This release comes just as the app Zoom sees a massive increase in use thanks to quarantine for global pandemic thanks to COVID-19.*

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Sea of Thieves will soon be sailing onto Steam

Sea of Thieves will soon be sailing onto Steam

For several years now, Microsoft has been making an effort to bring its first-party Xbox games to PC as well. More recently, we've seen the company launching its games on Steam, with titles like Age of Empires II Definitive Edition and Halo: The Master Chief Collection both available through Valve's storefront. Microsoft revealed today that it won't be long before those titles are joined by Sea of Thieves.

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Lucid Air range test video sends EV out onto real roads

Lucid Air range test video sends EV out onto real roads

Lucid Motors' Air EV may not be ready for your garage quite yet, but beta testing of the new all-electric sedan suggests its range could be. The work-in-progress BEV isn't expected to go into production until this year, but it's already demonstrating that its 400+ miles of range was no groundless boast.

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2021 Corvette changes show Chevrolet’s 2 big improvements

2021 Corvette changes show Chevrolet’s 2 big improvements

The 2021 Chevrolet Corvette C8 is getting ready to head out to dealerships, and it seems Chevy has been making some much-requested tweaks to its well-received sports car. The 2021 Corvette Coupe and Convertible will rejig some of the options and trims, according to dealers, as well as adding features like wireless Apple CarPlay. That said, we're still expecting a sting in the tail.

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New NVIDIA GeForce RTX laptops start at $1k, RTX Super gets creative

New NVIDIA GeForce RTX laptops start at $1k, RTX Super gets creative

A total of ten laptops were revealed today newly fitted with NVIDIA GeForce RTX SUPER GPUs and 10th Gen Intel Core processors. NVIDIA says that these graphics processors are "the industry's fastest, most power-efficient available today." NVIDIA's claimed that these GPUs are able to render 3D graphics up to 13x faster than a CPU, and up to 10x faster than a CPU for video editing. In other words, these laptops are made for more than gaming.

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New Razer Blade 15 gaming laptop is a tale of two models

New Razer Blade 15 gaming laptop is a tale of two models

Razer today announced a new entry in its Blade line of gaming laptops. Officially dubbed the Razer Blade 15, this new laptop doesn't look a while lot different from previous models, but it does have some rather serious hardware under the hood. In the end, Razer says that the new Blade 15 is "simply the best laptop we have ever created."

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FDA says throw this popular heartburn medicine away over cancer risk

FDA says throw this popular heartburn medicine away over cancer risk

A popular heartburn drug has been yanked from shelves, and the FDA has warned it should be thrown out of medicine cabinets, after testing revealed that it could contain a cancer-causing carcinogen. While the US Food and Drug Administration says it only discovered dangerous levels of NDMA in a small number of samples, it's enough to warrant a complete lock-down on production.

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NASA Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope will search for exoplanets with wide orbits

NASA Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope will search for exoplanets with wide orbits

NASA's talking about a mission called the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope or WFIRST. The mission is designed to search for planets outside our solar system where the majority of stars are. Studying the properties of these distant planets will help scientists to understand planetary systems throughout the galaxy and how planets form and evolve. Data gathered from WFIRST will be combined with data from Kepler and TESS missions to complete the first planet census that is sensitive to a wide range of planet masses and orbits.

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ASUS ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 dual-screen laptop leads huge gaming upgrade

ASUS ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 dual-screen laptop leads huge gaming upgrade

ASUS has revealed its latest Republic of Gamers laptop range, and there's more than just the new 10th Gen Intel Core H-Series processors to recommend them. The lineup includes a new ASUS ROG Zephyrus Duo 15, complete with its secondary ScreenPad Plus touchscreen, while NVIDIA's GeForce RTX SUPER GPUs are driving 300Hz displays.

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Coronavirus forces GM to delay new Chevy Bolt Refresh

Coronavirus forces GM to delay new Chevy Bolt Refresh

Production for most automakers, including GM, has been closed in North America as the world fights coronavirus. Many fans of the Chevrolet Bolt have been waiting for the redesigned version that was expected to launch this year as a 2021 model. Chevrolet has announced that due to the coronavirus outbreak, the vehicle has been delayed.

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Zoom CEO responds: What happens next for hit video calling app

Zoom CEO responds: What happens next for hit video calling app

Zoom may have seen explosive growth during the coronavirus pandemic, but the video conferencing service has also run into its fair share of controversy, as "Zoombombing" hijacks and questionable security and privacy decisions surface amid millions of new users. Now, Zoom founder and CEO Eric S. Yuan has responded to the criticism, setting out just what the unexpected hit app plans to do to fix it.

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