One of the best PS5 games could be coming to PC

New leaks suggest third-person shooter Devolution could be coming to PC sooner than you think.

The game has been exclusive to PlayStation 5 since its launch in 2021, but we may see it on our PCs in the near future. If that’s the case, we’ll see a familiar pattern of Sony releasing its games on PC a year or two after the original release in the same vein as Spider-man Remastered and Horizon: Zero Dawn.

Nvidia RTX 4090 pre-order price surprised us… in a good way

Several Nvidia RTX 4090 graphics cards are now listed for pre-order at a major US retailer, and the good news – well, in a way – is that the cards are more reasonably priced than some people expected, and indeed , MSRP for some third-party models.

Tom’s Hardware (opens in new tab) pointed to the product listings that went up at Best Buy for the RTX 4090, as highlighted by one of the regular Twitter leakers we heard from, @momomo_us.

Google is closing Google Stadia and refunding everyone’s money

Google has announced that it is shutting down its Google Stadia game streaming service on January 18, 2023.

For now, players will be able to access their Google Stadia game libraries, but by mid-January they will lose access to these titles – although the Stadia controller should still function as a wired controller for non-Stadia PC games.

Garmin’s new SOS device could be a lifesaver on your next off-grid adventure

Garmin has released its latest off-grid adventure device – the inReach Messenger. It’s small enough to fit in the palm of your hand and can send an SOS message if you’re out of cellphone range and need help.

Whether you’re in the mountains or in another remote location, wearing one of the best Garmin watches to accompany your adventure, this new device, which fits easily in your pocket or backpack, can be invaluable in an emergency.

Google announces a new way to search, along with a better look and feel for translating text

At its ‘Search On’ conference (September 28), Google announced several improvements to its services, such as Multisearch, which can combine queries into one search, and the Translator feature, which can remove the previous language’s blurred box, such as if the poster was always English or another language to begin with, for example.

The company has also been announcing a series of improvements to its search services on conference (opens in new tab), with better ways to buy the right product. In addition, there have been improvements to Maps and better recommendations for places and businesses.

Google reveals big changes to make your search easier, faster and better

Google has announced several changes to its core search functionality, focusing on making searching the web a faster and more convenient process, and much more.

announced in your search in conference (opens in new tab)All of these changes will be rolled out in the US in the future, and the first big introduction is that shortcuts to various tools will be brought in, nestled just below the search bar.

Amazon’s New Cheap 4K QLED TVs Offer Ridiculous Specs for the Price

Amazon considerably upped its Fire TV game with today’s announcement of the Omni QLED series 4K TVs. The new sets, which will only be available in 65-inch and 75-inch screen sizes, bring features typically found on higher-priced TVs, such as Quantum Dot color and full-array local dimming, and also come with a new Fire TV ambient experience. which allows artwork and photos to be displayed when the set is not in use.

The quantum dots in the Omni QLED arrays will allow an enhanced range of colors to be displayed with high dynamic range (HDR) sources, while the full-array local dimming backlight (up to 96 zones on the 75-inch model) should result in , more detailed and more uniform blacks – a shortcoming of the company previous series Fire TV Omni sets.

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New Alienware Desktop Looks Ready to Run Powerful GeForce RTX 4090

Alienware has unveiled its next flagship pre-built desktop, the revamped Aurora R15, designed to house powerful hardware – just be prepared to pay an arm and a leg for it.

The company is being rather vague in disclosing what kind of graphics card will be in the Aurora R15. According to the ad (opens in new tab), the Aurora R15 is designed to support a GPU from NVIDIA’s newly announced GeForce RTX 40 series. Alienware even names the model 4090 GPU. The company also mentions support for graphics cards belonging to the AMD Radeon RX 6000 series and GeForce RTX 30-Series. Given the text, it is leading us to believe that the Aurora R15 may have different models based on different graphics cards. We contacted Alienware for clarification. This story will be updated if we receive a response.

The OG app launches Instagram ads and takes you back to basics

Tired of the current state of the app, a group of developers took it upon themselves to create a version of Instagram that removes all ads and allows people to create custom feeds.

Is called The OG App (opens in new tab) and takes Instagram back to basics. It’s not another social media platform and you still have many of the same features like Stories and the Explore page. But now you have control over the content you see on your Instagram feed thanks to a series of tools and filters. In a recent report (opens in new tab)the developers said they wanted to “put users, not advertisers, first with this app.”

Google Pixel 7 price leak suggests Google is totally out of touch

We’re starting to hear more and more Google Pixel 7 leaks, with the phone’s launch just a week away, but tech fans might be getting a lot of déjà vu, with all the leaks listing nearly identical specs to what we’ve heard about the Pixel 6. a year ago.

It looks like the new phones – a successor to the Pixel 6 Pro is also expected – could be very similar to their 2021 predecessors. And a new price leak has suggested that the costs of the phones could also be the same, as a Twitter user saw the Pixel 7 briefly listed on Amazon (before it was immediately taken down, of course).

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