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Galaxy Watch 3 Support Pages Spotted on Samsung India

Monday 6th of July 2020 02:59:23 PM
Usually, the signs that a new device release is imminent is that it's support pages go LIVE. This has now happened with the Galaxy Watch 3. The newest Samsung smartwatch […]

360-Degree Leak of the Galaxy Watch 3!

Friday 3rd of July 2020 02:27:51 PM
The Galaxy Watch 3 has been a popular topic when it comes to Samsung. The latest Samsung wearable has had several leaks come out to give us a slice of […]

FREE Online Fitness Workouts to Get You Back in Shape!

Thursday 2nd of July 2020 01:33:36 PM
During quarantine, we've all slipped a bit - even if we admit it or not! Whether that be school work or with your fitness. If you have found that you […]

The Galaxy Watch 3 Launch Date and Price Details Leaked!

Wednesday 1st of July 2020 07:33:43 PM
We have finally got intel about the colours and pricing of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3. We are now extremely close to the launch of the smartwatch. Evan Blass, @evleaks, […]

Apple Has Exposed TikTok Spying on Millions iPhone Users!

Tuesday 30th of June 2020 05:15:08 PM
In iOS 14, Apple has fixed a major issue within the software where apps could assess the clipboard secretly on users' phones. When the new OS is released, users will […]

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 Software Features Leaked!

Tuesday 30th of June 2020 05:08:11 PM
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 has had previously many of its specifications leaked already before its launch next month - and now there are more! Just last week we had […]

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 Renders Show the Full Design of the Watch

Friday 26th of June 2020 11:43:27 AM
Images of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 were leaked last week. In those images, we could see the screen of the latest smartwatch. However, we didn't get to see the […]

Samsung Pay Card is Coming to the UK!

Wednesday 24th of June 2020 01:23:50 PM
Samsung Pay Card is coming to the UK soon. What is Samsung Pay Card? Good question. Well, Samsung has partnered with Curve and MasterCard to offer a simple and secure […]

The Galaxy Watch 3 Has Had Screen Images Leaked!

Monday 22nd of June 2020 12:55:03 PM
There have been more Galaxy Watch 3 leaks, that we always love to see. Before, we managed to get a look at the screen. But, this time the screen is […]

Galaxy Watch Active2 Has Finally Got Blood Pressure Monitoring!

Friday 19th of June 2020 04:50:19 PM
The Galaxy Watch Active2 has heart rate monitoring and ECG (only in South Korea as of now) but has now got blood pressure monitoring. About two months ago, Samsung had […]

Galaxy Watch 3 Variants Get Bluetooth Certification - Release Imminent.

Thursday 18th of June 2020 06:11:25 PM
Ahead of the Galaxy Watch 3 Smartwatch's launch date in July (or earlier), the Galaxy Watch 3 is going through the necessary certification processes. So far the smartwatch has made […]

Sneak Peek at the Galaxy Watch 3 LIVE Images!

Wednesday 17th of June 2020 01:01:25 PM
Many regulatory agencies have given us little pieces of information about the Galaxy Watch 3, Samsung's latest smartwatch. This includes the US' FCC, Thailand's NBTC and others. Now thanks to […]

The US is Currently Under a DDoS Cyber Security Attack!

Tuesday 16th of June 2020 08:42:09 PM
Due to sudden and wide-ranging outages with online and telecommunication services in the US, many now believe that this is a co-ordinated DDoS attack. What is a DDoS Attack? A […]

More Detailed Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 Specifications!

Tuesday 16th of June 2020 12:37:03 PM
The Galaxy Watch 3, Samsung's latest smartwatch has had more specifications revealed. At the moment it seems we could see a July launch, before the Samsung Unpacked event on August […]

Galaxy Buds Live & Watch 3 possibly coming in July

Wednesday 10th of June 2020 04:46:45 PM
Samsung has many products lined-up to be launched and released in this half of the year. Due to the lack of info when it comes to the release, many people […]

Google Maps Adapting to the New World with COVID-19

Tuesday 9th of June 2020 10:21:00 PM
Google Maps is going through some changes in order to reflect how the pubic will be travelling after the coronavirus lockdown is lifted. It will show COVID-19 alerts on transit […]

Your WhatsApp Phone Number Could Be Exposed on Google!

Tuesday 9th of June 2020 03:53:37 PM
Facebook - Is a company that has been riddled privacy issues and concerns of late. After the Cambridge Analytica incident, Facebook lost many subscribers, to say the least. The two […]

Galaxy Watch 3 and Galaxy BudsX Seen on Wearable App!

Tuesday 9th of June 2020 03:50:46 PM
Just recently, we have seen the Galaxy Watch 3 support pages for the South Korean market. Now, the Galaxy BudsX and the Galaxy Watch 3 have been seen in the […]

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 Support Pages are LIVE: The Launch is Coming

Monday 8th of June 2020 12:29:29 PM
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 support pages have gone live on Samsung's website. Previously we thought this watch could launch alongside the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note but it […]

Samsung's upcoming Smartwatch is the Galaxy Watch 3 - with Two Sizes

Saturday 6th of June 2020 10:15:46 PM
Samsung's latest smartwatch has finally got a name, and unexpectedly it is the Galaxy Watch 3. Samsung has just decided to skip the Galaxy Watch 2 and move onto 3. […]

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Games: SpringRTS, OneShot and OpenXR

  • Playing SpringRTS games on Linux gets easier with Flatpak

    SpringRTS, the free and open source game engine for playing various real-time strategy games is now even easier to get running on Linux. If you've never heard of SpringRTS: it originally started to bring the classic Total Annihilation into proper 3D and since has expanded over years to become a full game engine with all sorts of games made for it. The developers recently announced a new official Flatpak package up on Flathub, enabling users across many different Linux distributions to easily grab the official SpringLobby and keep it nicely up to date. SpringLobby is the official UI for playing online and offline, plus it has a built-in feature to download missing content while trying to play with others.

  • Unique puzzle-adventure 'OneShot' now has a Linux build on itch

    If you've been itching to play the surreal puzzle adventure OneShot since it arrived on itch.io, we've got good news for you. While OneShot is not exactly a new game being originally released in 2016, it only gained Linux support last year in April 2019. Back in March 2020, the developer then went further and released it onto game store itch.io but it was missing the Linux build. It became part of the massive itch.io charity bundle that happened recently, so I've no doubt plenty of you who picked it up didn't even realise you owned it. Thankfully, on June 19 the developer added the standalone Linux build too so you can go ahead and play it on Linux.

  • Khronos Group open sources the OpenXR Conformance Test Suite for VR & AR

    In another important step forwards for free and open standards, plus the future of Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, the Khronos Group have open sourced their OpenXR testing suite. What is OpenXR? It's an open standard for Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR), collectively known as XR. It's picking up wide industry adoption, and hopefully means developers won't have to repeatedly rewrite code as they can support a single standard across platforms—something vitally important for the future of XR. It's gotten to the point where even Valve have decided to go all-in with OpenXR in their SteamVR.

  • OpenXR Conformance Tests Open-Sourced

    The Khronos Group today continued with their relatively recent trend of the past few years of open-sourcing their conformance tests. The OpenXR conformance tests are now open-source. The Conformance Test Suite for this industry-standard for AR/VR is now available as open-source under an Apache 2.0 license. This makes it easier for those developing OpenXR implementations to test against this publicly available set of tests, including the likes of the open-source Monado OpenXR runtime.

Raspberry Pi 4, now running your favorite distribution!

With lots of help (say, all of the heavy lifting) from the Debian Raspberry Pi Maintainer Team, we have finally managed to provide support for auto-building and serving bootable minimal Debian images for the Raspberry Pi 4 family of single-board, cheap, small, hacker-friendly computers! The Raspberry Pi 4 was released close to a year ago, and is a very major bump in the Raspberry lineup; it took us this long because we needed to wait until all of the relevant bits entered Debian (mostly the kernel bits). The images are shipping a kernel from our Unstable branch (currently, 5.7.0-2), and are less tested and more likely to break than our regular, clean-Stable images. Nevertheless, we do expect them to be useful for many hackers –and even end-users– throughout the world. The images we are generating are very minimal, they carry basically a minimal Debian install. Once downloaded, of course, you can install whatever your heart desires (because… Face it, if your heart desires it, it must free and of high quality. It must already be in Debian!) Read more

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KDE Plasma 5.19.3 Desktop Environment Arrives with More Than 30 Changes

Packed with more than 30 changes, the KDE Plasma 5.19.3 update is here to make the logout action in the Lock/Logout widget work again, improve the deletion of multiple application shortcuts in the new Global Shortcuts page, and fix a very annoying bug affecting scrolling in a GTK app, which stopped working when a Plasma notification appears. Moreover, GNOME’s Nautilus file manager is now listed in the Default Applications page under System Settings when it’s installed, and the System Settings no longer crashes when there are no file managers installed and you open the Applications page. Read more Direct: Plasma 5.19.3