• Blizzard to World of Warcraft Classic players: Those bugs aren't bugs By SlashGear   -   May 19, 2019

    BLIZZARD TO WORLD OF WARCRAFT CLASSIC PLAYERS: THOSE BUGS AREN'T BUGS

    Though World of Warcraft Classic won't be widely available until later this year, many players received access to the game via its...

    Archive, Blizzard, games, World Of Warcraft
  • Breastfeeding linked to major long-term heart health benefits By SlashGear   -   May 19, 2019

    BREASTFEEDING LINKED TO MAJOR LONG-TERM HEART HEALTH BENEFITS

    Breastfeeding may have long-term cardiovascular health benefits in mothers, particularly in cases where the breastfeeding took place...

    Archive, Research, study
  • NASA shares first image of Astrobee ‘Bumble' robotic assistant on ISS By SlashGear   -   May 19, 2019

    NASA SHARES FIRST IMAGE OF ASTROBEE ‘BUMBLE' ROBOTIC ASSISTANT ON ISS

    Last month, a spacecraft arrived at the International Space Station carrying, among other cargo, small cube-shaped robots called Astrobees....

    Archive, ISS, NASA, Space
  • OnePlus 6 revisited - A year later, it is still a solid option By SlashGear   -   May 19, 2019

    ONEPLUS 6 REVISITED - A YEAR LATER, IT IS STILL A SOLID OPTION

    One year has passed since the release of the OnePlus 6, one of the best smartphones released in 2018. Loyal to the Chinese manufacturer's...

    Smartphone, Phone, Archive, Buyer's Guide, Columns, Android, OnePlus
  • How secure is your messenger app? Things you should know By SlashGear   -   May 19, 2019

    HOW SECURE IS YOUR MESSENGER APP? THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW

    A common misconception: “Internet security isn't important, I've got nothing to hide anyway.” Your conversations may be trivial for...

    Archive, Columns, Apps, Internet, Messenger
  • Google Jump will end next month: What you need to know By SlashGear   -   May 18, 2019

    GOOGLE JUMP WILL END NEXT MONTH: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

    Google has announced plans to shutter its Jump video stitching software platform in June, stating that the rise of alternative solutions...

    Google, Archive, Business, google, Software
  • Apex Legends patch adds bug fixes, louder footsteps, performance boost By SlashGear   -   May 18, 2019

    APEX LEGENDS PATCH ADDS BUG FIXES, LOUDER FOOTSTEPS, PERFORMANCE BOOST

    Next week, Respawn will release its next Apex Legends patch, introducing a number of important bug fixes to the game. This update will...

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  • Study warns e-cigarette marketing has major impact on teen use By SlashGear   -   May 18, 2019

    STUDY WARNS E-CIGARETTE MARKETING HAS MAJOR IMPACT ON TEEN USE

    A new study out of Stanford University warns that promotional materials related to electronic cigarettes and other tobacco alternatives...

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  • Robert Pattinson ‘top choice' for Bruce Wayne in 2021 Batman movie By SlashGear   -   May 18, 2019

    ROBERT PATTINSON ‘TOP CHOICE' FOR BRUCE WAYNE IN 2021 BATMAN MOVIE

    Robert Pattinson, the 33-year-old British actor best known for his role as Edward Cullen in the Twilight movie saga, may play Bruce...

    Archive, Batman, movies
  • A guide to protecting your child on the internet By SlashGear   -   May 18, 2019

    A GUIDE TO PROTECTING YOUR CHILD ON THE INTERNET

    Instead of television channels, many kids today stream their video content on YouTube or Netflix. Being able to select the specific...

    Archive, SlashGear 101, Internet, kids, security
  • Milk carton of the future shows exact expiration with QR code By SlashGear   -   May 18, 2019

    MILK CARTON OF THE FUTURE SHOWS EXACT EXPIRATION WITH QR CODE

    Food scientists are developing a milk carton suitable for a future in which most people own a smartphone, Cornell University has announced....

    Smartphone, Archive, environment, food, green, Research
  • Amazon plans warehouses dedicated to hazardous materials By SlashGear   -   May 18, 2019

    AMAZON PLANS WAREHOUSES DEDICATED TO HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

    This summer, Amazon will launch a number of warehouses designed specifically to hold hazardous materials, such as the bear mace that...

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  • The CW's Batwoman trailer arrives with release date and plot details By SlashGear   -   May 17, 2019

    THE CW'S BATWOMAN TRAILER ARRIVES WITH RELEASE DATE AND PLOT DETAILS

    The previously announced Batwoman series featuring Ruby Rose has received its first trailer. The CW, the network where the show will...

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  • Epic talks Fortnite Competitive bugs, balance tweaks and AMA plan By SlashGear   -   May 17, 2019

    EPIC TALKS FORTNITE COMPETITIVE BUGS, BALANCE TWEAKS AND AMA PLAN

    Epic Games has offered some details on the major bugs recently experienced during its competitive gameplay and its decision to disable...

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  • Alphabet's Wing will soon deliver food with drones in Helsinki By SlashGear   -   May 17, 2019

    ALPHABET'S WING WILL SOON DELIVER FOOD WITH DRONES IN HELSINKI

    In an announcement on Friday, Alphabet's Wing revealed that it will start delivering items by drone in Helsinki later this summer....

    Archive, Alphabet, Business, Drones
  • Google Purchases is a creepy list of your online shopping history By SlashGear   -   May 17, 2019

    GOOGLE PURCHASES IS A CREEPY LIST OF YOUR ONLINE SHOPPING HISTORY

    A barely-publicized Google page may have been tracking every purchase you make online, sucking in online order details from Gmail accounts...

    Google, Archive, Gmail, google, privacy
  • Landmark study links ultra-processed food with overeating, weight gain By SlashGear   -   May 17, 2019

    LANDMARK STUDY LINKS ULTRA-PROCESSED FOOD WITH OVEREATING, WEIGHT GAIN

    In what has been called the first study of its kind, researchers have found that consuming ‘ultra-processed' foods results in overeating...

    Archive, food, Research, study
  • Tesla Autopilot update dilutes features for some owners By SlashGear   -   May 17, 2019

    TESLA AUTOPILOT UPDATE DILUTES FEATURES FOR SOME OWNERS

    Tesla's OTA updates typically surprise and delight owners with new features, but recent software changes have in fact reined in Autopilot...

    Archive, Must Read, EV, safety, Tesla
  • NASA details Ultima Thule in first profile of Kuiper Belt object By SlashGear   -   May 17, 2019

    NASA DETAILS ULTIMA THULE IN FIRST PROFILE OF KUIPER BELT OBJECT

    NASA has published the first batch of results from the New Horizons' Kuiper Belt object flyby that took place on January 1, 2019. Only...

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  • Minecraft's latest sales figures prove it isn't going anywhere By SlashGear   -   May 17, 2019

    MINECRAFT'S LATEST SALES FIGURES PROVE IT ISN'T GOING ANYWHERE

    Today is a pretty big day for Minecraft, being the 10th anniversary of its first public release. The game has come a long way in 10...

    Archive, games, Microsoft, minecraft, Mojang