Nvidia has released new GeForce Game Ready 411.63 WHQL drivers, introducing support for RTX as well as optimizing for upcoming AAA titles. These drivers require Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
Valve and Ubisoft have been fined with monetary penalties of €147k and €180k respectively due to improper refund policies. The two companies now must display a notice informing users of said fines.
Microsoft is bundling Forza Horizon 3 and Forza Motorsport 7 with an annual subscription of Xbox Game Pass, at a discounted price of $99. The offer is available until September 30.
Samsung has opened another of its flagship experience store, this time in India. The Samsung Opera House is its largest flagship store worldwide and offers various VR experience among other things.
Nvidia's new GeForce Game Ready 399.24 WHQL drivers introduce optimizations for Shadow of the Tomb Raider, the upcoming Open Beta for Black Ops 4 Blackout, and Assetto Corsa Competizione.
OnePlus has confirmed that its next flagship - the 6T - will feature an in-display fingerprint sensor. The device is expected to launch sometime next month, but pricing remains a mystery.
Mega witnessed a breach with its Chrome Web Store account, allowing an attacker to push a malicious version of its extension that captured user credentials and crypto keys from several websites.
Spotify's Premium for Students plan now includes a subscription for Showtime as well as Hulu at the existing price of $4.99/mo. Additionally, new subscribers get Spotify for $0.99 for first 3 months.
As per a report, Disney's upcoming streaming service will be called Disney Play and its launch is the company's biggest priority for 2019. A withdrawal of content from Netflix comes along with it.
Valve today announced a new version of Steam Play, introducing a new compatibility layer allowing players on Linux to play Windows-only titles. The feature is currently in beta with limited support.
Google has finally introduced its 'Undo Sent' feature to its Android app, bringing it to parity with the web and its iOS counterpart. The feature has been available in Google's Inbox app for a while.
Amazon has been asked to "urgently" start working on building up data storage in India so it could host Indian users' data within the country's borders, a move which may affect its operational costs.
MoviePass today announced that it will not be increasing its subscription cost to $14.95/mo, but will instead limit subscribers to three movies a month and provide $2-$5 for additional tickets.
Nvidia today released its GeForce 398.82 WHQL-certified driver, bringing optimizations for the upcoming World of Warcraft expansion as well as the PC release of Monster Hunter: World.
Apple is offering free repairs to consumers affected by the devastating floods in Japan. Eligible devices include Macs, iPhones, iPads, iPods, as well as Apple Watches. The offer ends late September.
HTC today announced that it will be laying off 1,500 employees from its Taiwanese manufacturing division. This move comes just after the company sold a large part of its smartphone R&D to Google.
Samsung has sent out invites for its Galaxy UNPACKED event on August 9 where it will be unveiling a new member of the "premium Galaxy family," which is likely going to be the Note9.
PUBG Corp. has dropped its copyright infringement lawsuit against Fortnite developer Epic Games. It's not clear why the move took place or whether there was an out-of-court settlement.
OpenAI has announced that it will have its AI face off against a 5-player team at The International 2018 in August hosted by Valve in Vancouver. It will also stream a match on Twitch in July.
Nvidia today released its GeForce 398.36 WHQL-certified driver, bringing optimizations for The Crew 2 which is due for launch later this week. The new drivers also fix a few long-standing bugs.
Google has introduced a new tool that allows users to measure the distance between two points or the surface area of a region. The tool is available on the web and Android, and "coming soon" to iOS.
Brian Krzanich has resigned from the positions of Intel's CEO and its board of directors, the company announced today. Intel CFO Robert Swan will be taking over as the interim CEO for the time being.
Valve today pushed out the new Panorama UI update for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive in beta, describing it as the "most substantial update" for the game since it launched in 2012.
Google has today announced the expansion of its YouTube Music and YouTube Premium subscription services, bringing them to 12 more countries including the United Kingdom, Canada, and Germany.
Reddit will be rolling out support for native video ads on all its platforms next week. These ads, however, will not be playing as pre-roll ads on other video content, and rather be standalone posts.
Microsoft today announced a new DLC for Cuphead, titled 'The Delicious Last Course'. It will also include a new playable character, and will be arriving sometime next year for Xbox One and Windows 10.
Intel demoed a 28-core 5GHz processor earlier this week at Computex, stating that it would launch it later this year. However, the company "forgot" to mention that it had overclocked that processor.
Amazon today announced the Fire TV Cube, combining the power of three into one: an Echo, a Fire TV, and a universal remote. Pre-orders begin today, but Prime members get a discount till tomorrow.
Nvidia has released its GeForce 398.11 WHQL-certified driver, bringing optimizations for Jurassic World Evolution and Vampyr, while also promising best experience with HDR-enabled G-Sync displays.
Microsoft today announced that the Undead Labs-developed zombie survival title State of Decay 2 has been played by more than two million players in less than two weeks since its launch.
Nvidia has released its GeForce 397.93 WHQL-certified driver, bringing optimizations for State of Decay 2 and The Crew 2's upcoming closed beta. Nvidia Control Panel also sheds its telemetry service.
Nvidia today released its GeForce Game Ready 397.64 WHQL-certified drivers, bringing optimizations for Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire, Destiny 2: Warmind, as well as Conan Exiles.
Nvidia has released its GeForce 397.31 WHQL-certified driver, bringing optimizations for Frostpunk and BattleTech, a developer preview for its ray tracing technology, support for Vulkan 1.1, and more.
Microsoft today announced a collaboration with Discord which will allow gamers to link their Xbox profiles with Discord and share what they are playing as well as sync their friends list.
Valve has lost its appeal against an AU$3 million penalty for misleading consumers about their rights regarding refunds in Australia. The company now must pay the fine and put a notice on its site.
Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order today announced the next major expansion for Cities: Skylines. Titled 'Parklife', it adds a zonable park district as well as several new recreational buildings.
Ubisoft today confirmed the date and time for when it intends to host its E3 briefing this year, promising more details will come later. Quite a lot is expected from the publisher this year.
Google today launched its Assistant-powered Home and Home Mini smart speakers in India. Flipkart will exclusively retail the devices online, but there's a major push for offline availability as well.
In an update, Intel has revealed that it won't be developing patches for the second variant of Spectre for some of its older chips due to, but not limited to, them being impractical to develop.
We are giving away a copy of Sea of Thieves for the Xbox One family of consoles and Windows 10 PCs. It's a multiplayer-only open-world pirate adventure title that also supports crossplay.