Corsair HS70 SE Wireless headphones review

Ultimately, for the price, these cans are classy as hell, sound incredible, and are comfortable to boot. Joke's aside, let’s start with a little preface: We’re quite the connoisseurs of wireless headsets here at the mag. Specifications Price: $100Driver Type: 50mm neodymium dynamicImpedance: 32 ohmsFrequency Response: 20Hz–20kHzMicrophone Type: Unidirectional noise-cancelingConnectivity: USBRange: 40 feetBattery Life: 16 hoursAir styleThis is a set of Corsair’s newest HS70 SE Wireless headphones

By | 2018-10-13T16:19:15+00:00 October 13th, 2018|companies, news, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Apple, Amazon vehemently deny report of Chinese spy hardware in their servers

Early on the morning of October 4, Bloomberg's Businessweek published a report detailing a concerted effort by Chinese government spies to install data-gathering hardware on server computers sold by China's SuperMicro to Amazon and Apple, among other US companies. Both Amazon and Apple are now publicly denying these claims. Apple's response attempts to address nearly every point of Bloomberg's report citing anonymous sources, directly refuting all of its claims. So, you can clearly see why Apple

By | 2018-10-05T00:26:31+00:00 October 5th, 2018|companies, news, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Seattle police launch opt-in registry system to help prevent swatting

While in theory anyone can be a victim of swatting, it’s a phenomenon particular to the tech and games industry. In a blog post on the Seattle government website, Seattle Chief of Police Carmen Best wrote, “The Seattle Police Department has received requests to create a registry where residents concerned about swatting can communicate those concerns to their local 911 Center. While ensuring first responders are dispatched to that call for service as quickly as possible, the call taker will simul

By | 2018-10-02T17:49:27+00:00 October 2nd, 2018|companies, news, Uncategorized|0 Comments

World Of Warcraft: Mythic Rewards Taken Away From Players After Bug Fix

Despite all of the big steps forward, a new bug impacted players yesterday and sent the MMO community into a bit of an uproar. Yesterday’s patch created a bug that accidentally paid out a Mythic Cache with some incredibly high value rewards to players who completed a Legion Mythic+ dungeon last week. Here’s a look at the official response from the Warcraft Devs account…We’ve fully identified and eradicated a bug that caused some players to receive an unintended Mythic Cache reward earlier today.

By | 2018-09-05T10:19:06+00:00 September 5th, 2018|companies, news, Uncategorized|0 Comments

BenQ’s 32-inch 1440p FreeSync 2 HDR monitor will be available August 7 for $700

BenQ is adding to the growing pile of FreeSync 2 monitors with its EX3203R, a 32-inch curved display with a 2560x1440 resolution, 144Hz refresh rate, and HDR support. The previously announced monitor will land on retail shelves on August 7 for $699.99 (MSRP), the company announced today. Among other things, the certification requires that panels be able to produce 400 nits of brightness. This is supposed to reduce eye strain by dynamically adjusting the brightness and color temperature in respon

By | 2018-08-02T19:08:41+00:00 August 2nd, 2018|companies, news, Uncategorized|0 Comments

This 32″ 1440p Acer monitor is just $260 right now

If you've been on the lookout for a large monitor, this is the deal for you. Right now, you can get the Acer EB321HQU (great name, I know) 32-inch IPS monitor for just $259.99 on Newegg—a savings of $120 from the MSRP. This display has a resolution of 2560x1440, with a 4ms response time and a contrast ratio of 1,200:1. The display is also VESA-compatible, so you can easily mount it. You can buy the Acer EB321HQU from Newegg here.

By | 2018-07-12T02:32:56+00:00 July 12th, 2018|companies, news, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Firefox beats Edge with swift response to massive browser security hole

Archibald observed that “Firefox handled this brilliantly,” – within three hours the bug had been confirmed, and Mozilla had looked into other potential similar leaks. Eventually, after some chasing, Microsoft’s security team informed Archibald that they were indeed developing a fix, but gave no further details. More waiting, and further chasing on the bug bounty – which Archibald wanted to donate to charity – ensued. If Archibald’s experience is anything to go by, there’s certainly some work to

By | 2018-06-21T09:53:04+00:00 June 21st, 2018|companies, news, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Valve says it’s ‘really easy’ to spot developers manipulating reviews, bans them ‘all the time’

Valve bans developers manipulating reviews "all the time", and the practice is "really easy to spot", according to Tom Giardino, who works on the Steam Business team. Developers could illegally buy hundreds of copies of their own game "through shills" and then artificially boost its review score, he said on Twitter. In all products/stores (not just Steam), review scores cannot be taken seriously without some heavy duty verification they are not shills." In response, Giardino said that not only i

By | 2018-06-16T12:00:10+00:00 June 16th, 2018|companies, news, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Sony’s response to Fortnite controversy is embarrassing

Here‘s what happened: Accounts that have been played on the Nintendo Switch likewise seem to be locked out of the PlayStation 4. Sony never warned players that they could be locked out of using their accounts on future consoles due to playing Fortnite on the PlayStation 4. ”We also offer Fortnite cross-play support with PC, Mac, iOS, and Android devices, expanding the opportunity for Fortnite fans on PS4 to play with even more gamers on other platforms,” Sony stated. Nintendo has told Polygon th

By | 2018-06-13T17:00:00+00:00 June 13th, 2018|companies, news, Uncategorized|0 Comments
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