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Hands-On With Dell's Solid 49-inch 5K Ultrawide Display

Recently, Dell presented the first 49-inch ultraviolet 5K display with a 32: 9 aspect ratio, resulting in a wide, submerged display with an impressive resolution. In our latest YouTube video, we could go hand in hand with Dell's U4919DW monitor, and put it through their steps to see if it's worth the $ 1250 price. U4919DW may be impractical at …

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Deep Silver comments on Metro Exodus using Denuvo anti-tamper tech | DSOGaming

Many PC players were disappointed when they discovered earlier this week that Metro Exodus will use Denuvo's anti-tampering technology. Of course, the game's Steam Forum was filled with threads that asked Deep Silver and 4A Games to rethink it and remove it. And, surprisingly, the publisher has responded and expressed his policy on Metro Exodus and all its future games. …

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Chrome API update will kill a bunch of other extensions, not just ad blockers

A scheduled update to one of the Google Chrome add-ons API would kill much more than some blockers that ZDNet has learned, including browser extensions for antivirus products, parental controls, and various privacy enhancing services. . Add-ons developers published by F-Secure, NoScript, Amnesty International and Ermes Cyber ​​Security among others made their concerns public today after the news broke yesterday …

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Microsoft Edge on mobile now includes a built-in fake news detector – TechCrunch

In 2019, we do not really know what to do about false news. With nothing to disinfect viral hyperparticulate headlines and other confirmatory feelings exercises, online information seems to be running as sharply as ever. It's a tricky problem, especially because it's one that requires readers to suffer the most from being outrageous to be true news to challenge their …

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HQ Trivia will run some games without cash prizes

HQ Trivia & Words surprised players yesterday with a different type of prize: in-game points, instead of the usual one-pound prize. The change is an experiment and not a sign of financial disaster, the company says, but players can see more points-only games in the future. Players complained about the lack of cash rewards on Reddit and Twitter and said …

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Switch sells like Wii, thanks to traditional Nintendo games

Screenshot: Nintendo Nintendo had a very successful December in the United States, said the market research company NPD Wednesday. Both Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and the Switch hardware itself are sold in quantities that can legitimately be called "record-breaking". Nintendo's dream of selling Wii-like quantities of the Switch looks more likely today did not have to have a Wii Fit …

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Dell's new 75-inch 4K touchscreen for education is meant to replace the blackboard

Dell announced a new monitor today: a massive 75-inch, 4K touchscreen panel designed for education purposes as a blackboard of the future – even though it's basically just a 4K TV. The Dell 75 4K Interactive Touch Monitor (C7520QT), as its officially known, is designed for collaborative work and interactive teaching. The display supports 20-point multi-touch, so that multiple users …

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Volvo's Polestar offers an interactive preview of the first built-in version of Android Auto

Polestar, Volvo's electrical performance brand, teases what will be the first built-in version of Android Auto in a new mobile web demo released on Wednesday. The application experience, which can be seen on smartphones or tablets, enables people to tap around an early version of the user interface that will be launched on Polestar's second car, the appropriate name Polestar …

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