Wednesday , 18 September 2019

Technology

Resident Evil ‘Project Resistance’: release date, news and trailers

Not had enough Resident Evil this year? Then you’re in luck. Capcom officially announced Project Resistance at Tokyo Game Show 2019.Hot on the heels of Resident Evil 2 Remake – and scratching that horror itch while we wait for news on Resident Evil 8 – Project Resistance is a new 1v4 asymmetric online survival horror experience set in the world ... Read More »

Amazon Echo in your wishlist? Amazon’s dropping prices before Black Friday

Amazon has slashed the price of its Amazon Echo, Amazon Echo Plus (first generation), and Amazon Echo Dot speakers – all of which are ‘Certified Refurbed’ by the tech giant. That means these deals are for Amazon Echo speakers that have been pre-owned and then “refurbished and tested to look and work like new”, according to Amazon. Once they’ve been thoroughly tested, ... Read More »

The team behind Codementor launches Arc to help companies hire talented developers around the world

Arc, a platform that wants to simplify the process of hiring developers who work remotely, is launching officially today. The new company grew out of Techstars-backed Codementor, an online education platform for software developers. Codementor will continue to operate as a standalone product under Arc. While there are already many freelancing platforms, Weiting Liu, the founder and CEO of Arc ... Read More »

AT&T faked DirecTV Now numbers, lawsuit alleges

AT&T faked the numbers for its DirecTV Now streaming service ahead of the company’s Time Warner merger, according to a lawsuit filed by investors, Bloomberg reported. The suit alleges the media giant pressured employees to boost DirecTV Now’s numbers by secretly adding the product to existing customers’ accounts. It also claims the company touted DirecTV Now’s user growth, when in ... Read More »

Roboticist and YouTube star Simone Giertz is coming to Disrupt SF (Oct. 2-4)

Here’s a fun thing to look forward to next month. Simone Giertz, she of the shitty robots fame will be appearing on stage at Disrupt SF (Oct. 2-4)  at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. The U.S.-based, Swedish inventor has built a massive online following (currently at 1.92 million YouTube subscribers) with DIY videos that examine technology and art through ... Read More »

Google Fi gets an unlimited plan

For the longest time, Google Fi didn’t play the unlimited calls, text and data game and instead focused on offering pretty affordable and flexible plans with a price cap of $80 (before taxes and government fees). Today, however, Google is introducing Fi Unlimited, which, as you’ve probably figured out from the name, is more akin to a traditional ‘unlimited’ plan ... Read More »

The best O2 phone deals in September 2019

O2 has been killing it with deals recently, we’ve been seeing some of our absolute favourite offers coming up with this provider in the start of 2019. While offers from O2 themselves aren’t too strong, 3rd party retailers (like Mobiles.co.uk and Carphone Warehouse) have been throwing out consistently strong deals with O2.The company has been one of the best networks ... Read More »

Best waterproof camera 2019: 5 great rugged cameras

If you’re off on holiday, the chances are you’re going to get close to some water, whether it’s a hotel pool or the deep blue sea. It’s also likely you’ll want to capture some snaps of your aquatic adventures – and most cameras won’t thank you for taking them anywhere near water.Regarding their rugged credentials, this bunch of waterproof wonders are ... Read More »

Leica finally makes its M Monochrom Signature by Andy Summers model official

Thanks to a handful of leaked images that surfaced a few weeks back we knew the Leica M Monochrom Signature by Andy Summers was on the way, and now Leica has made the camera official.The company says the special edition of the full-frame rangefinder is being released both to honor the work of the Police guitarist, and also as a ... Read More »

Philips Hue bulbs can now hook up to your TV screen for immersive lighting

Philips, maker of color-projecting Ambilight TVs and Philips Hue smart bulbs, is bridging its iconic technologies for a real light show.The Philips Hue Play HDMI Sync Box is a cabled way to hook up Philips Hue bulbs in your home with your TV – unsurprisingly through HDMI.Much like the Ambilight system on many Philips TVs, which project onscreen colors onto ... Read More »