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Confidential mode has been recently added to Gmail for Android , which is meant to help users protect sensitive information from unauthorized access. After that, tap on the three dot menu on the top-right of the screen, which will then show a " confidential mode " option. Even after you've set an expiration date for an email, you can remove access to it early.
  • Google tracks your movements even if you’ve turned location history off

    Google tracks your movements even if you’ve turned location history off

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    When you "pause" Location History, some Google apps will still log your time-stamped location data, and it's all very hush-hush. According to the Associated Press , while Google is being truthful in its statement that turning off Location History will prevent the service from showing your movement on your personalized timeline, it won't actually keep the company from finding other ways to track your location.
  • Android users can now request invites to sideload Fortnite from Epic's website

    Android users can now request invites to sideload Fortnite from Epic's website

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    When users search for " fortnite " on Google Play, they're now presented with a special message reading " Fortnite Battle Royale by Epic Games, Inc is not available on Google Play". Epic Games founder and CEO Tim Sweeney explained: "Epic's goal is to bring its games directly to customers". "We believe gamers will benefit from competition among software sources on Android".
  • DOOM Eternal Reveals New Gameplay

    DOOM Eternal Reveals New Gameplay

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    There's a lot of new things in the game including new weapons including a shoulder-mounted flamethrower, a dash ability and melee blade to give you an advantage over Demons. The gore and gamescape of DOOM Eternal remains in the style of DOOM 2016, but far more ridiculous in every way. All-new Invasion: As the Slayer, allow real players to invade your campaign as demons for a dramatic and unpredictable twist anytime you're playing the campaign.
  • Fallout 76’s Card Perk Packs Can’t Be Bought With Real Money

    Fallout 76’s Card Perk Packs Can’t Be Bought With Real Money

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    Fallout 76's revamped perk system will at times give players packs of perk cards to get multiple skills at once, perk packs that Bethesda says can't be purchased with real money. Leveling up and customizing your character in Fallout 76 will work much differently from the way it did in Fallout 4 . The player that kills someone who doesn't agree to combat becomes a "Wanted Murderer" and receives no rewards from their kill, whether it's caps or experience.
  • Intel's first 9th-generation Core processors may arrive October 1st

    Intel's first 9th-generation Core processors may arrive October 1st

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    The Intel Core i9-9900K is expected to ship with 8 cores and 16 threads. To start we must restate that current rumours point to the upcoming desktop Core-i7 chips offering 8C/8T and the i9 chips 8C/16T. All three processors have a TDP of 95W, with the only other key differences being the cache and price. However, it can turbo at 4.6 GHz maximum on all cores.
  • The Nintendo Switch Paid Online Services Start The Second Half Of September

    The Nintendo Switch Paid Online Services Start The Second Half Of September

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    Nintendo's Switch online service was first scheduled for a release past year, but was later delayed to Fall 2018. 3, The Legend of Zelda, Dr. Mario and several others - 20 in total at launch. For an individual player, this feature will fun about 4 bucks a month, though a three month and twelve month option is also available. Right now, we know for sure that " Splatoon 2 ", " ARMS ", "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe", "Mario Tennis Aces .", and "Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido" will require the ...
  • Samsung launches the Galaxy Note9 with 6.4-inch screen

    Samsung launches the Galaxy Note9 with 6.4-inch screen

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    With each Samsung smartphone release , there's a period of time after the announcement during which we have to wait for each carrier to announce pricing. The first statement in Samsung's ad is true. "S Pen is the core of overall Note series experience and Samsung has done improvement on the same which will drive the overall experience and brings in stickiness for note users", Pathak told IANS.
  • DOOM Eternal - Official Gameplay Reveal

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    Pete Hines took the stage, teasing audiences with both already announced and new games for the show, followed by Todd Howard, who took the time to thank Texans for their continued love for video games. Anyone familiar with the gaming series knows about the ultra-violence DOOM brings forth, but DOOM Eternal looks like the most vicious and bloodthirsty installment to-date.
  • Google Makes Embarrassing Error Following Fortnite Android Release

    Google Makes Embarrassing Error Following Fortnite Android Release

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    The move was spurred by the revenue cut taken by the Mountain View company on its distribution platform, which Epic CEO Tim Sweeney felt was unjustified, but it generated a wave of concerns regarding security since it made it easier for fans of the game to fall for scams or download potentially harmful files.
  • Samsung’s new Galaxy Watch runs Tizen, lasts

    Samsung’s new Galaxy Watch runs Tizen, lasts "several days" on one charge

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    Geekbench 4 measures overall performance. With the Samsung Galaxy Note9 being out now, everyone is looking for the price and availability in their country. In terms of network support and retailers, in the United States the LTE version of the Galaxy Watch , which is set to cost more than the base model, is being sold via AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, and the official Samsung online store.
  • Magic Leap Augmented Reality Glasses Now Available For $2,295

    Magic Leap Augmented Reality Glasses Now Available For $2,295

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    While we know some things about the Magic Leap and the tech behind it, we still don't know the date it will go out to a broader public, how much it will cost or the full details of the specifications. While anyone can order one, the price will likely limit it to early adopters, and it's only available to ship to certain cities, since the deal includes a hand delivery and a personal setup.
  • Samsung to invest $22 billion on new AI, automotive technology

    Samsung to invest $22 billion on new AI, automotive technology

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    The investment is part of a broader KRW 180 trillion (roughly Rs. 11 lakh crores) package South Korea's biggest business group is planning to spend over the period to create jobs and secure new growth areas, as its core semiconductor and smartphone businesses weaken.
  • Facebook Messenger Gets Two New Augmented Reality Based Games

    Facebook Messenger Gets Two New Augmented Reality Based Games

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    The social network is clearly hoping that with some in-app entertainment, users will make more calls and spend longer in them, all of which boosts figures that marketers take into consideration. Open an existing conversation or find the person or group of people you'd like to chat with and tap the video icon on the upper right corner of the screen.
  • Dota 2 Pros Play Bots, Get Wrecked

    Dota 2 Pros Play Bots, Get Wrecked

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    In order to make the game manageable for AI bots, the game was tweaked a bit. After OpenAI took down members of the audience easily during a warmup round, the bot network started and finished the first of the two matches strongly, stopping its human opponents from destroying any of its defensive towers.
  • Blizzard Has ‘Multiple Diablo Projects’ in the Works

    Blizzard Has ‘Multiple Diablo Projects’ in the Works

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    As to what these Diablo projects will be? According to Camel, we might get a glimpse at what Blizzard's working on later this year... presumably at BlizzCon in November. And we have multiple Diablo projects in the works. "None of this would be possible without the support that you've shown us for over 20 years". Stay awhile and listen - we have exciting updates to share about the future of Diablo.
  • Red Dead Redemption 2's first gameplay trailer has arrived

    Red Dead Redemption 2's first gameplay trailer has arrived

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    Players can pre-order the game . The first look at gameplay in the highly-anticipated Red Dead Redemption 2 has finally been provided by Rockstar Games . Now as a senior gun for the Van der Linde gang, Morgan can choose to help his fellow outlaws and outcasts by hunting food for the group to boost morale or interact with people to reveal secrets.
  • Sony Celebrates Huge Sales Milestone with Limited Edition PS4 Pro

    Sony Celebrates Huge Sales Milestone with Limited Edition PS4 Pro

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    Celebrating over 500 million PlayStation system sales. But today, the firm has announced that it has sold more than 525 million PlayStation consoles globally since the launch of the very first. The other standout feature is that it comes with a 2TB hard drive, doubling the capacity of current PlayStation 4 Pro consoles. The controller will also be available separately, alongside a "Gold Wireless Headset 500 Million Limited Edition".
  • Alexa starts issuing

    Alexa starts issuing "Answer Update" alerts for old queries

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    Read the full report from The Information here. If the answer to that question is "no", you're not alone - and even if you answered "yes", the stats suggest you never tried it again. One of the sources stated that it is simply the matter of finding a way out of boosting people to continue purchasing via Alexa through data analysis, after which they could flourish the market quickly.
  • Mobile Essentials offers unlimited data with no frills

    Mobile Essentials offers unlimited data with no frills

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    T-Mobile Essentials is priced at $60 for one line, $30 for the second line, and $15 per line for lines 3-6, plus taxes and fees with autopay. T-Mobile said the plan offers unlimited talk, text and smartphone data . T-Mobile Essentials really does include the basics. T-Mobiles plans are no longer simple for the average customer to understand. T-Mobile commissioned a survey in which "a whopping 86 percent of respondents "it is wrong for the price on your monthly wireless bill to be more ...
  • Samsung launches Galaxy Note 9 with big screen and Fortnite

    Samsung launches Galaxy Note 9 with big screen and Fortnite

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    There's a new water carbon cooling system to help performance during games. However, Samsung did add one new feature to the Note 9's camera: Scene Optimiser. Well, that's because you can use the S Pen as a remote control. However, not every color version will be available in every market at launch. If you decide to preorder the Note 9, you'll be able to take advantage of a special offer from Samsung.
  • Xiaomi Mi A2 4GB variant launched at Rs 16999 in India

    Xiaomi Mi A2 4GB variant launched at Rs 16999 in India

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    While that doesn't look like that much, it's a significant savings in the budget handset department. It is available with an internal storage of 64GB. The phone comes in two variants: NEX A and NEX S - we expect Vivo to only launch the topend NEX S in India because they're gunning for the premium market.
  • Google Pixel 3 XL live pictures and unboxing video emerge

    Google Pixel 3 XL live pictures and unboxing video emerge

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    Also included is the USB-C to 3.5mm adapter, USB-C to USB-A connector for transferring files and of course a USB cable and presumably a power brick. Although we initially expected Google to start deploying Android 9 .0 Pie on August 20, the search giant decided that stealing the show from Samsung is the best course of action.
  • Fallout 76 to be exclusive to Bethesda.net

    Fallout 76 to be exclusive to Bethesda.net

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    There is no embargo on content for the Beta either, meaning players can stream, screenshot and record to their hearts content whilst they beta test the latest Fallout game. "The PC version of Fallout 76 , for both the B.E.T.A. and the launch, will be available only via Bethesda.net, not on Steam", Bethesda told the site.
  • Samsung announces whopping 4TB storage drive

    Samsung announces whopping 4TB storage drive

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    So even if you don't need a 4TB hard drive , the technology will lead to updated storage solutions for mobile devices as well (though 512GB smartphones might make memory cards obsolete). That means the new drive family will be about to reach sequential read speeds of 540MB/s and sequential write speeds of 520MB/s. Jaesoo Han, Executive VP of Memory Sales and Marketing at Samsung , said: "Samsung's new 4-bit SATA SSD will herald a massive move to terabyte-SSDs for consumers".
  • Japan marks 73rd anniversary of Hiroshima atomic bombing amid Korea denuclearization hopes

    Japan marks 73rd anniversary of Hiroshima atomic bombing amid Korea denuclearization hopes

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    Doves fly over the cenotaph dedicated to the victims of the atomic bombing during a ceremony to mark the 73rd anniversary of the bombing at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima. "That is precisely why we must continue talking about Hiroshima", Matsui said. In order to gain cooperation from both sides, it is important for everyone to understand "the reality of the tragedy of nuclear attacks", he said, reiterating Japan's pledge to maintain its pacifist and non-nuclear principles.