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Un vistazo al interior del Pixel 3: panel AMOLED Samsung, chip Visual Core de los Pixel 2 y más

October 16, 2018 Leave a comment

Ha pasado exactamente una semana desde que Google anunciara su nueva generación de teléfonos estrella. Los Pixel 3 y Pixel 3 XL ya llevan varios días entre nosotros, pero aún hoy continuamos descubriendo nuevos secretos escondidos por esta pareja de smartphones made by Google. Ya hemos visto para qué sirve una de las medidas de seguridad introducidas por Google en sus últimos terminales, así como aquellas novedades que llegarán –y

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Hulu to offer ‘skinnier’ live TV packages to cut costs

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A year and a half after getting into the live TV game, Hulu plans to scale back their live offerings. With a new "skinnier" bundle, Hulu would offer less live channels but more shows on-demand. Hulu CEO Randy Freer told The Information that the decis…

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Qualcomm’s new 60GHz WiFi chips promise better VR

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Mobile chip manufacturer Qualcomm has announced a family of 60GHz WiFi chips, the QCA64x8 and QCA64x1, which can deliver speeds of over 10Gbps. The WiFi 802.11ay standard that these chips use bring with it theoretical speeds that can surpass even mos…

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New study dissects FCC net neutrality commenter backgrounds

October 16, 2018 Leave a comment

A new study out of Stanford University has found that while nearly every unique comment filed in response to the FCC's proposal to repeal net neutrality opposed the agency's plan, net neutrality support was geographically widespread and spanned party…

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‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ May Push Games Forward, But Crunch Is Holding The Industry Back

October 16, 2018 Leave a comment


‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ May Push Games Forward, But Crunch Is Holding The Industry Back
Two Digg editors discuss the controversy surrounding comments that “Red Dead” lead writer Dan Houser made regarding “100-hour work weeks” in an interview with Vulture.

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Google to split Chrome and Search from Android in EU

October 16, 2018 Leave a comment

Google is fighting the EU's Android antitrust fine tooth and nail, but it's also making major changes to its licensing policy to comply with that decision in the meantime. To begin with, it's separating the license for its standard apps from Chrome…

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A major UK energy supplier is now 100 percent wind power

October 16, 2018 Leave a comment

Scottish Power has become the first of the UK's "big six" energy companies to completely drop fossil fuels for electricity generation, after selling off its remaining gas plants to power company Drax in a £702 million deal. In a statement, Scot…

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