Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been hailed as an amazing game by pretty much everyone, but don't forget to create a new account before you hand the console over to someone else to play. The post PSA: Starting a new game in Breath of the Wild will permanently delete your saves if you don’t switch accounts first appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Lately, Dell has been able to deliver notebooks that bring a smile to our faces, especially when a new XPS laptop slides across our desk. It hasn't always been that way, but since revamping the XPS line, starting with the XPS 13 back in 2015, Dell’s premium laptops have been leaders in the ultrabook market, especially in the 15 and 13-inch...
The last piece of new content for "Dark Souls III" arrives next week.
We'll try our best to survive and build a settlement in the two-hour event.
Comets, it turns out, are rather more active places than we thought. Scientists poring over photos by Rosetta and Philae have unearthed evidence of a spectacular landslide on 67P -- and we caught it in action The post Spectacular zero-gravity landslide captured in progress on Comet 67P appeared first on ExtremeTech.
If you're in the business of repairing PCs, smartphones, or tablets, then you need the tools to help you get the job done in a fast, efficient, and safe way.
Milestone's latest entry in its motocross series makes for an intense racing experience, but you'll need to master the turns first if you want to get first place.
Tech companies small and large turn to AI for increasingly "smart" products and services. Building the AI behind those offerings is no easy feat--that's why Nvidia has introduced hardware and software that makes it easier for companies to use AI.
The LHC, operating at unprecedented luminosities, has revealed a system of five "glue-like" particles that could help us to fill out a "periodic table" of subatomic particles. The post Not one, not two, but five new particles discovered with the Large Hadron Collider appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Mushkin’s latest Redline Ridgeback modules look great in red. Does its MRB4U320LLLM8GX2 kit look equally good in our performance and value charts?
Back at CES in January, Dell announced the next step in personal screen resolution advancements. The recent rise of ‘4K’ (or more accurately, Ultra-HD at 3840x2160) monitors has shown that there is a demand for high resolution interfaces beyond a smartphone. Show More Summary
Last Halloween, Cyan added support for seated VR with gamepad locomotion to "Obduction" for Oculus Rift only. Yesterday, Cyan released an update that brought motion control support for Vive and Oculus Touch to the game. It also brought performance issues.
Google announced that Symantec's certificate validation processes are inadequate, and as such, it will begin to gradually distrust Symantec's certificates. The browser vendor will also stop recognizing the CA's EV certificates "effective immediately."
The event adds a new map as well as a krogan biotic to online co-op gameplay.
The last round of leaks covered the covert tools used by the CIA to exploit Android, Windows, and other platforms. This time it's Apple's turn in the spotlight. The post Latest WikiLeaks docs show how the CIA hacked iPhones and MacBooks appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The Snapdragon 835 was shown off this week and it's a potent improvement over the Snapdragon 820 / 821 in many respects, though not in all of them. Despite debuting a new custom architecture for the Snapdragon 820 family, Qualcomm is...Show More Summary
Hundreds of millions of devices went a year without receiving a platform security update.
Nintendo has corrected the "manufacturing variation" that led to the Switch's left Joy-Con not functioning properly. The company would really, really appreciate it if we didn't call this a design issue, much less a defect. The post Nintendo would really prefer it if you didn’t call its left Joy-Con design issue a ‘design issue’ appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The U.S. Senate voted 50-48 to eliminate the FCC's new privacy rules, which were supposed to go into effect soon. Killing these rules would mean that ISPs will be able to freely track your online behavior and then sell your data to advertisers.
Goodbye Mantle, hello Vulkan.