This week it feels like the barrel has been stuffed to the brim with new content. There’s got to be something for everyone in this release. There’s Wii U titles, 3DS games, in addition to the massive Switch list. On top of that, there’s new DLC, 3DS themes, My Nintendo Rewards, a massive celebration for the Fire Emblem Heroes anniversary. Each week, Nintendo releases their … Continue reading Nintendo Download for February 1, 2018 – North America – NintendoFuse
No longer a sub-brand of Volvo, Polestar plans to put its first standalone model – the Polestar 1 – into production in 2019. It’ll be built at a new facility in China, and while it will be available in the UK and other markets worldwide, it will only come in left-hand drive. It’s expected to be priced from around €130,000 (£115,000) in Europe. Along with … Continue reading New Polestar 1: price, specs and video for 592bhp hybrid coupe
Apple has unveiled the first beta versions of iOS 11.3, macOS High Sierra 10.13.4, and tvOS 11.3. The new beta 1 builds of the various Apple operating systems arrive just a day after the final versions of iOS 11.2.5 and macOS 10.13.3 update debuted. iOS 11.3 beta 1 includes a few new features, including new Animoji icons for iPhone X users of a skull, bear, … Continue reading Beta 1 of iOS 11.3 & macOS 10.13.4 Released for Testing
Enlarge / FCC Chairman Ajit Pai with his oversized coffee mug in November 2017. WASHINGTON, DC—If Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai actually allowed the weight of public comments on the FCC’s proposed changes to network neutrality regulations to sway (or confirm) his position, he seems to have given more credence to the “opinions” of spam-generating software “bots” than actual citizens, researchers have found. At … Continue reading Net neutrality is bad? 1 million PornHub employees can’t be wrong. Oh, wait.