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Dying light 2

Dying light 2

Dying Light 2 was announced during Microsoft’s press conference at E3 2018, and it looks dark. Both literally and figuratively. The trailer focuses on how dire the situation of the survivors of the zombies has become, while also showing off the verticality of the game play. The game is being helped along by narrative designer […]

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The Last of Us part 2

The Last of Us part 2

Sony showed a new trailer for The Last of Us II that features Ellie as a playable character in our first glimpse of gameplay for the title. The trailer begins with a younger, more innocent Ellie at a dance with her friends and a female romantic interest, presumably during a more peaceful time, but there’s […]

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Office 365 vs Google G-Suite

Office 365 vs Google G-Suite

Features and applications G Suite Office 365 Document and content management Content management Google Sites Sites (SharePoint) Document editing Google Docs Sheets Slides Office Online Office for Desktop Document sharing Hangouts Google Groups Google Sites – Files (powered by Google Drive) Google Drive Google + Skype for Business Outlook Groups SharePoint Document Libraries (powered by […]

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In-Display Fingerprint scanners are here!

After years of rumors and prototypes, an in-display fingerprint scanner is finally shipping in a major phone from a major company. The international Vivo X21 marks the first time this technology has been sold in India and other countries, as well as the first time it’s been a standard feature anywhere in the world. In-display […]

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Proxmox a free VMware alternative

Proxmox a free VMware alternative

  Proxmox   Proxmox is a complete open source server virtualization management solution. It offers the ability to manage virtual server (VPS) technology with the Linux OpenVZ and KVM technologies. Proxmox offers a web interface accessible after installation on your server which makes management easy, typically needing only a few clicks. Proxmox was developed by […]

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What’s New in IOS 12

What’s New in IOS 12

  We expected coming into WWDC that iOS 12 would focus less on major new features and more on improving performance and eliminating bugs, and that’s partially true based on what Apple showed onstage today. “For iOS 12, we are doubling down on performance,” said software VP Craig Federighi. But the new update for iPhones […]

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OSX 13 Mojave

OSX 13 Mojave

    According to Apple, macOS Mojave’s new dark mode was inspired by the desert at night. An extension of the dark theme introduced in earlier version of macOS, the new dark mode is systemwide and changes the color of the dock, menu bar, applications, and more. Native apps like Mail, Calendar, iTunes, and Xcode, […]

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Shadow a new age of gaming

Shadow a new age of gaming

  It’s all about options, what do you do if you want a high end gaming experience and all you have is an old laptop or PC that just doesn’t have the power or even an Apple Mac that you just can’t install the latest triple A titles on. You could buy a new gaming […]

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