Category: Technology News

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 May Drop Single-Player, Offer Battle Royale Mode

Later this year, the 15th main franchise Call of Duty title will arrive. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is a sequel to the 2015 Black Ops 3, but we’re already hearing...

Astronomers Sample the ‘DNA’ of 340,000 Stars

Like all the other stars in the universe, our sun was not born in isolation. The same clouds of dust and gas that gave rise to the sun and all the planets coalesced into...

Apple’s New eGPU Support: Promising, With Major Caveats

Laptops make tradeoffs by definition, but one of the largest has always been in graphics. Physics simply doesn’t allow for a high-end desktop GPU in a svelte,...

God of War Might Be the Best-Looking PS4 Game to Date

When the original God of War came out in 2005, it was arguably the most attractive game on the PS2. Thirteen years later, Sony Santa Monica is still capable of blowing...

Amazon’s Sumerian Project Takes a Huge Bet on AR, VR

Amazon is no stranger to entering new markets — the company, which began as an online store for books, has expanded into just about every market segment and now offers...

Tesla Model 3 Production Halts Again

The Tesla Model 3 is supposed to be a gateway drug of sorts — with a starting price of just $35,000, it makes it easier for Tesla fans to become Tesla owners. Well, as...

New Graphene Discovery Could Finally Punch the Gas Pedal, Drive Faster CPUs

Few substances have excited the computer industry as much as graphene. Few substances have proven as maddening and difficult to work with as graphene. The collision of...

ET Deals Roundup: $250 Gift Card with 55-Inch Sony X900 4K TV, New Dell G7 Hexacore Gaming Laptop, and more

Ready to upgrade to a 4K set with HDR support? Right now, you can get a 55-inch Sony 55X900E for just $998, and you’ll get a $250 bonus gift card to sweeten the deal....

Intel, Microsoft Plan to Offload Antivirus Scanning to the GPU

Microsoft has announced it will take advantage of a new security capability Intel has enabled in its integrated GPUs. Normally, antivirus scans run entirely on your CPU....

Russia’s Attempts to Block Messaging App Telegram Are Creating a Huge Mess

The Russian government is waging war on the private messaging app Telegram, and there is already some collateral damage. Telegram was banned in the country recently...