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Twitter’s rebrand to X is causing scam alerts on Microsoft Edge

‘Twitters swift rebrand to X is generating yet another issue. As reported by Bleeping Computer, the social media platform is causing Microsoft’s Edge browser to throw up a warning, indicating some sort of security problem. It seems to be related to how Edge and other Chromium-based web browsers deal with favicons (or ‘Progressive Web App […]

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The $9,995 Fuell Fllow electric motorcycle is available for pre-order today

Erik Buell, best known for founding Buell Motorcycles, announced Fuell, his new electric motorcycle venture, back in 2019. In that same announcement, he said that Fuell would begin work on its first electric motorcycle: the Fuell Fllow. Following though a few years later, Fuell is giving us more details on the Fllow and opening pre-orders

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‘Borderlands’ movie is set to be released next August

The Borderlands movie is finally getting a release date. According to a tweet from the game’s official Twitter account it will premiere in theaters on August 9th, 2024. The film, directed by Eli Roth (best known for Hostel) is based on the popular video game of the same name. Borderlands follows Lilith (Cate Blanchett), a

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Nintendo says it’ll be easy to transfer over to its next console

Nintendo has a bad reputation for its online infrastructure, often being ridiculed for lagging behind in adopting the latest technologies or features (such as requiring a smartphone for voice chat). This includes transitioning user data between your old console and a new one. Fortunately, it sounds like Nintendo is at least looking into making that

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Google’s ‘Katamari Damacy’ easter egg lets you roll up your search results

Google has a long history of building in easter eggs into its search engine, whether that’s minigames or animations when searching specific keywords. The company is continuing the fun with a built-in minigame when you search for “Katamari“ (via Kotaku), a game series that originally launched on the PlayStation 2. The minigame lets you roll

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Apple’s developer betas are now free to download and install

Those with free Apple developer accounts will finally be able to access developer betas for the company’s latest software at the same time as those who pay. Pointed out by user iSoftware Updates on Twitter and confirmed by Apple’s developer program comparison page, OS beta releases can now be installed without needing to pay the

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Twitter’s head of brand safety and ad quality has left the company

Twitter lost its executive in charge of content moderation on the platform, Ella Irwin, earlier this week. In another sign of instability in Twitter’s upper ranks, it looks like yet another top executive is leaving the company. The Wall Street Journal reports that A.J. Brown, who was in charge of Twitter’s brand safety and ad

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Nintendo officially halts all eShop sales in Russia

Last year, Nintendo put its eShop in “maintenance mode” in Russia, which prevented access to the eShop for customers in the country. Now, the company is making it official: Nintendo is halting all sales in Russia. Nintendo of Europe announced that as of May 31st, 2023, the company will halt all new eShop sales in

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Company responsible for 7.5 billion robocalls sued by nearly every Attorney General

We can all agree that robocalls are the worst. While there might never be a way to get rid of them entirely (though agencies are certainly working on it), one the most prolific sources of these intrusions is finally getting hauled into court. CBS News reports that Attorneys General from 48 states (as well as

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New Microsoft Surface Pro X bug causes camera to stop working

Not a great look for the Surface Pro X. The camera for the tablet has reportedly stopped working entirely for some users. It’s unclear at the time of writing what’s causing the issue and how long it will be before an update will be issued to fix it. The Verge reports that the camera on

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