Link to Google Daydream's web-browsing features surface in Chrome

Google Daydream's web-browsing features surface in Chrome

At Google’s I/O developer conference in May, the company announced that it was working on a VR version of Chrome that could work in Daydream. Well, Chrome development team member François Beaufort announced on Google+ today that the first set… Powered by WPeMatico

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Why Equifax’s error wasn’t hiring someone with a music degree

In the wake of the Equifax breach, a significant number of people lost their minds this week upon discovering that one of its newly-deposed security executives has a degree in music composition. Despite 14 years of experience as a security profession… Powered by WPeMatico

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'PUBG’ studio isn't happy about ‘Fornite: Battle Royale’

Epic Games’ cartoony horde game Fortnite is still in Steam Early Access, but the studio recently announced that a free-to-play version of the game would come out for free next week… and it looks a lot like another really popular game. Fortnite: Bat… Powered by...

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Amazon may deliver Chipotle and Five Guys right to your front door

Amazon’s been getting into the food game for awhile now. After all, they’ve introduced Amazon Fresh and drive-through grocery pickup. And oh yeah, they acquired Whole Foods earlier this year. Clearly Amazon is serious about the food business; they’ve… Powered by WPeMatico

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How Kevin Durant’s attempt to clap back at trolls backfired

What does an NBA champion and Finals MVP have in common with Taylor Swift? In the case of the Golden State Warriors’ Kevin Durant, it’s that internet trolls love calling them snakes. Swift earned that label last year after a feud with Kim Kardashian… Powered...

Link to US-Europe privacy agreement passes its yearly review

US-Europe privacy agreement passes its yearly review

If you haven’t ever heard of Privacy Shield, it’s an agreement between the US and the EU. It allows companies that store personal data of people who reside in the EU (such as Facebook) on servers in the US, all while adhering to European standards...

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All Xbox 360 ‘Halo’ titles are now playable on the Xbox One

Microsoft had a fun announcement this week. All Xbox 360-era Halo games, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, Halo 4 and Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, are now backwards compatible for the Xbox One and Xbox One S. (Halo: Reach was already backwards compatible wi… Powered by...

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The best cheap compact camera

By Ben Keough This post was done in partnership with The Wirecutter, a buyer’s guide to the best technology. When readers choose to buy The Wirecutter’s independently chosen editorial picks, it may earn affiliate commissions that support its work. R… Powered by WPeMatico

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EU withheld a study that shows piracy doesn't hurt sales

In 2013, the European Commission ordered a €360,000 ($430,000) study on how piracy affects sales of music, books, movies and games in the EU. However, it never ended up showing it to the public except for one cherry-picked section. That’s possib… Powered by WPeMatico

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'Destiny 2' factions will reward you with powerful discount weapons

If you’ve been playing Destiny 2 for a while, you probably know the fate of “the city”. What’s set to follow — as I try not to spoil anything– is the return of factions. We all love some good in-game tribal battles, and the shooter’s...

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