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Sony is now hosting an update beta test for all Playstation 5 users, where PS5 owners can test new operating system versions in advance and give feedback. Many software products have a test phase before the release of a new final version. Now Sony invites all owners of a Playstation 5 to sign up for the beta program. Registered users can test upcoming operating system versions in advance and send feedback to Sony. Participants can reset the PS5 system software to the official version before the beta program ends. These users can participate in the Playstation 5 beta program The…

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Pokémon fans will get their money’s worth on the Nintendo Switch in the coming months, as a remake of Pokémon Radiant Diamond and Pokémon Shining Pearl is due in the fall, and then there will be a completely new game in the series in early 2022. But there’s more planned. Pokémon Unite coming in July We’ll be seeing Pokémon Unite on the Nintendo Switch as early as July. The game is being developed as a cross-platform title and is also supposed to come for smartphones. Here, however, the release is not scheduled until September. The game is free, but that…

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The Youtuber “Moore’s Law is Dead” has published another video about Intel’s Xe-HPG graphics solution for gamers. In it, he speculates about an aggressive pricing policy of the graphics card newcomer to be able to attack Nvidia and AMD at least in the mid-range. The performance of the Geforce RTX 3070 Ti is still the target. Youtuber “Moore’s Law is Dead” already had a lot to say about Intel’s Xe-HPG graphics solution (High Performance Gaming) in the past. Now he has dedicated another video to the gaming graphics cards, which contains many known details, but also some new conjectural ones.…

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When it comes to new smartphone features, users always want one thing above all else: a longer battery life. But batteries have long since improved by X times. Just in a different place than expected. The phone in the pocket, occasionally checking the battery and otherwise getting through everyday life for two weeks without thinking about the power outlet – that is the memory that many people associate with the time of the classic cell phone. And that’s what they want from the smartphone, too: Depending on the survey, between 60 and 90 percent of smartphone users would like a…

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Twitch is reacting to the trend of channel operators showing themselves freely in the “hot tube streams”. After initially withdrawing the option for primarily female streamers to earn money via ads, there is now a turnaround. Twitch is making it clear that the “Hot Tube Streams” do not violate the platform guidelines in any way and is giving them their own category: “Pools, Hot Tubs, and Beaches” is a new category that creators can stream whatever they want, giving advertising partners the option to exclude their ads from this category. Behind this, of course – how could it be otherwise…

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Apple CEO Tim Cook completes a series of statements from high-ranking executives in the ongoing legal battle with Epic Games. Following testimony from Phil Schiller and Craig Federighi, Cook spoke about Apple’s business model and explained why the App Store is the only approved way for end users to install software on iPhones. Security and privacy Tim Cook explained Apple’s mission is to “make the best products in the world that truly enrich people’s lives.” To that end, Apple is “investing like crazy in research and development,” Cook added. “We’ve invested $100 billion since we started developing the iPhone, and…

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We reported earlier that the smart home standard formerly known as Project CHIP (Connected Home over IP) will now go by the name “Matter.” Matter, which was unveiled by the Connectivity Standards Alliance (formerly the Zigbee Alliance) on May 11, is a new, cross-industry standard that will enable smart devices to work together seamlessly. As a standard, the whole thing is based on three technologies: Bluetooth LE for setup, Wi-Fi for use when high bandwidth is needed, such as streaming video through a camera, and the fledgling Thread protocol for, say, motion sensors and other low-bandwidth scenarios (we’ve mentioned Nanoleaf…

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Actually, games are in the foreground on Switch. However, other applications also make it into the eShop from time to time. Now there is another current case, which Eurogamer.net has pointed out: Starting May 12, you can get a calculator app for the hybrid console, which is offered by a third-party manufacturer. And not simply as a free addition, as is the case with many cell phones or Windows 10, for example. Instead, 8.99 Euros are due if you want to turn your Switch into a calculator, which of course offers all imaginable solutions for mathematical challenges and does not…

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When Sony introduced the new Xperia smartphones, I was thrilled at first. Until I noticed that the Japanese company always makes the same mistakes year after year. Can I look past that with the Xperia 5 III and Xperia 10 III? I am not sure at the moment. New Sony phones: The double-edged sword Sony hits a nerve with me with the Xperia 5 III. Ever since I started using the Samsung Galaxy S21, I’ve been convinced that this class is perfect for me. While last year’s Xperia 5 II was a bit behind the Xperia 1 II, especially in…

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iOS 14 has been great, but much more needs to be done. We still wish Apple would address some of our old complaints. The release of iOS 14 last year was one of the best iPhone updates yet. Apple didn’t necessarily deliver everything that was on our wish list from last spring, but there was great progress on a surprising number of them, with a massive overhaul of the home screen, big strides in privacy, and an overdue streamlining of the Siri UI. And subsequent updates have kept the momentum going, with the upcoming release of iOS 14.5, which is…

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