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Titanfall 2 Sales Were Lower Than EA Expected, Report

Titanfall 2 Sales Were Lower Than EA Expected, Report

Despite Titanfall 2 being a critical hit, the game could not manage to sell well, at least not according to EA’s expectations. Now EA has admitted that Titanfall 2 sales were not up to the company’s expectations. EA believes there’s more to the Titanfall 2 story than launch sales. Speaking in a call to investors following the Q3 results last ... Read More »

ZTE Axon 7 Android Nougat Update Delayed, Out Within Q1

ZTE Axon 7 Android Nougat Update Delayed, Out Within Q1

The Android Nougat update for the Axon 7 will be delayed a bit. ZTE promised a January release but looks like it will be out some time this Q1. Just like many other handset makers, ZTE debuted a beta program for the Android 7.0 Nougat update for the Axon 7. Unfortunately, there seem to be some issues that made ZTE ... Read More »

Euro NCAP: 2017 Volvo S90/V90 score five-star safety rating

Euro NCAP: 2017 Volvo S90/V90 score five-star safety rating

Whereas the 2017 Ford Mustang failed to achieve a satisfactory rating in Euro NCAP’s safety tests, Volvo’s all-new S90 sedan and V90 wagon find themselves at the opposite end, with a 5 star rating. The Volvo pair performed strongly due to their package of advanced safety technologies. In common with the larger XC90, the S90 and V90 include standard-fit autonomous ... Read More »

Meet The 15 Million Computer With ‘2000 Qubits’ By D-Wave

Meet The 15 Million Computer With 2000 Qubits By D-Wave

D-Wave Systems has announced the first sale of its massive 2000Q Quantum Computer, with the buyer being named as Temporal Defense Systems Inc. “Combining the unique computational capabilities of a quantum computer with the most advanced cyber security technologies will deliver the highest level of security, focused on both prevention and attribution of cyber attacks,” Chief Technical Officer James Burrell ... Read More »

Toyota Tundra Models Recalled to Fix Step Bumpers

Toyota Tundra Models Recalled to Fix Step Bumpers

Toyota Canada Inc, announced that it is conducting a safety recall of approximately 6,157 Model Year 2016 and 2017 Toyota Tundra vehicles. The involved vehicles are equipped with resin rear step bumpers and resin reinforcement brackets at each corner. In the event of an impact to the corner of the bumper, the resin bracket may become damaged but not be ... Read More »

Confirmed: BlackBerry Mercury launch is on February 25

Confirmed: BlackBerry Mercury launch is on February 25

BlackBerry has finally confirmed that it will be introducing the ‘Mercury’ at an event on February 25th in Barcelona, two days before the show formally opens. If blurry images courtesy of BlackBerryCentral are anything to go by, the BlackBerry DTEK60 will follow the BlackBerry Priv by incorporating the company’s iconic Qwerty keyboard. This has since been confirmed in clearer images ... Read More »

2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV: Car is good, range is real (Video)

2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV: Car is good, range is real (Video)

The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV could become the first mainstream electric car, with a 238-mile range and a base price in the high $30,000s before incentives. Braking You Can Live With Like all hybrids and battery-electrics, the Bolt employs regenerative braking, through which the drive motor serves as a generator, using the car’s momentum and rotating drive wheels to recharge ... Read More »

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Acquires Science Search Engine Meta

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Acquires Science Search Engine Meta

Toronto-based Meta, which uses machine learning to organize information in scientific papers, has been acquired by Mark Zucerkberg and Priscilla Chan’s $45 billion philanthropy organization. The pair announced in September 2016 it would invest $3 billion of their personal fortune into the initiative, to be spent on organisations and companies conducting medical research over the next ten years, ultimately passing ... Read More »

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 fires caused by battery design; Report

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 fires caused by battery design, Report

After months of speculation over what happened to the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung’s official probe has concluded that not one, but two distinct battery flaws caused some devices to explode. Batteries made by Samsung’s SDI group were too small at one corner, causing negative electrodes to be bent and increase the likelihood of short circuiting. Separately, batteries from third party ... Read More »