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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Review

Samsung’s Galaxy Note lineup has been a driver of change in the Android industry for quite a while, but times, they are a changing. With the debut of the Galaxy Note 10, Samsung introduces a flagship that’s more iteration than anything else, all wrapped up in a legitimately gorgeous “Aura” paint-job.

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Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot Review

With MachineGames at the helm, Wolfenstein has enjoyed a resurgence during the last couple of years. Wolfenstein has managed to captivate with its strong characters and intriguing world-building, giving you a glimpse into an alternate future where the rules are rewritten and whole new terrifying possibilities are waiting to be explored. None of this is present in the series’ first venture into VR, however. Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot isn’t just lacking the elements that make its universe intriguing, but it’s also dated by recent VR standards, with flat, unexciting action and little reason to return after one short playthrough.

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The Sinking City Review

The Sinking City opens with a nightmare. There’s a drowned town, and a gargantuan, otherworldly jellyfish-like creature floating through the sky. There is a shot of a tooth-lined maw at the bottom of the ocean. It’s this dream that sets the events of the game in motion.

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iPod Touch 7-th generation Impressions

Earlier this week Apple unveiled an update for the iPod Touch, arriving with an Apple release. The new 7th-generation iPod Touch doesn’t have many new features compared to the previous generation iPods, but Apple took it from the iPhone 6-era with an A8 chip to the iPhone 7-era with the A10 Fusion chip, also a new upgraded RAM is here.


Observation Review

What does it mean to “see” the world through the “eyes” of an artificial intelligence? Most of pop culture depicts AI as the wrathful harbingers of humanity’s end; the omega to our alpha, the apotheosis of the post-human apocalypse. Its priorities tend to remain distinctly human, with little grasp of what an artificial mind might “think” or “feel.” Stories about AI tend to be about us, and so they fail to grasp what we ourselves do not, or cannot, understand.


Rage 2 Review

I can pretty much say Rage 2 is getting at the top ranking of my best games ever played. The game developers didn’t just borrowed features from other first-person shooters; They searched for the entire game’s history, good games, bad games, games that were nearly forgotten, they tried to just make the best shooter game. From Dark Sector to Gears of War, Borderlands and Overdrive.


Google Pixel 3A Review

Starting off with the most important thing to say right now, is that if you want to buy a smartphone in a price range between $300 and $500, the Google Pixel 3A or Pixel 3A XL is the best smartphone you can buy right now. It is the best phone in that price range and it’s also competitive with the most expensive phones having only one thing that ranks it so high up, the camera.


Heaven’s Vault Review

Playing a new game is similar to learning a new language. Each starting game has its basics: first we learn how to navigate the map, then to attack enemies and to uncover new adventures or details in the world. In languages, we start with the vocabulary, grammar and syntax. In both, we slowly master individual components, getting them together to express complex ideas.


Powerbeats Pro Review

A couple of weeks after the official reveal of Apple’s second generation AirPods, the company’s Beats developers have revealed a new pair of wireless earbuds in the market. The new Powerbeats Pro $249.95 are shipping in May and are Beats’ most significant product of the year. Maybe, this is going to be a thing that most people will like more than AirPods 2nd generation. They offer longer battery life, they seal fully in your ears without letting in outside noise, they include the same Apple H1 chip as the latest AirPods for hands-free “Hey Siri” voice commands, and yes, to my ears, the Powerbeats Pro sounded better during my brief introduction to them.


Huawei P30 Pro Review

Huawei comes up again with a phone which has everything inside it, super fast performance, marathon battery life, a screen without many bezels and a camera which competes with the Google Pixel.

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