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Chrome for Android is finally going 64-bit

Chrome for Android is finally going 64-bit

The first Android version to support 64-bit architecture was Android 5.0 Lollipop, introduced back in November 2014. Since then, more and more 64-bit processors shipped, and today, virtually all Android devices are capable of running 64-bit software (excluding one or two or more oddballs). However, Google Chrome has never made the jump and is only...

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Kingdom Hearts Dark Road is finally available on Android as an update to Union χ

Kingdom Hearts Dark Road is finally available on Android as an update to Union χ

SQUARE ENIX AND DISNEY DEBUT NEW MOBILE EXPERIENCE KINGDOM HEARTS DARK ROAD Discover the Untold Story of the KINGDOM HEARTS Series’ Greatest Villain LOS ANGELES (June 22, 2020) – SQUARE ENIX® and Disney announced today that KINGDOM HEARTS Dark Road, a new original story and unique gameplay experience within the hit mobile game KINGDOM HEARTS Union χ Dark Road, is...

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OnePlus 8 Pro is finally back in stock at the OnePlus store

OnePlus 8 Pro is finally back in stock at the OnePlus store

As anyone who’s been in the market for a OnePlus 8 Pro recently will know, the phone has been out of stock in many markets for over a month. The shortage has gotten so drastic that they’ve been selling for hundreds over MSRP in the US. Luckily, OnePlus’s supply issues seem to have subsided a...

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The healing power of video games has finally been recognized by the FDA

The healing power of video games has finally been recognized by the FDA

Video games have long been associated with negative connotations about wasting time and killing brain cells, but a new game might just help to change that. The FDA has just cleared the first prescription-only smartphone game, called EndeavorRx, as part of a treatment program for children with ADHD. EndeavorRx is a game designed to “directly...

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Adobe Flash will finally die on December 31, 2020

Adobe Flash will finally die on December 31, 2020

There was a time when Flash made the web a more vibrant and fun place by providing easy access to games and video content. There was even a brief time when everyone wanted Flash support on Android. However, Flash was always a security nightmare and a drain on system resources, and newer web technologies have...

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Android 11 will finally lift the idiotic 4GB cap on video recordings

Android 11 will finally lift the idiotic 4GB cap on video recordings

Before phones started recording 4K footage, most people balked at the idea their videos could grow to 4GB and larger. Things have changed, of course, and it takes less than 15 minutes at 4K30p to hit that mark. You might be thinking this shouldn’t matter thanks to 64-bit filesystems that can handle file sizes up...

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Nvidia’s Shield TV Pro is finally back in stock

Nvidia’s Shield TV Pro is finally back in stock

Nvidia revealed two new Shield TV devices last year, but it hasn’t been able to keep one of them on store shelves. The larger Shield TV Pro has gone in and out of stock for months, so paying $50-80 over MSRP for one from eBay and other sites is commonplace. Thankfully, the Shield TV Pro...

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