Demeo brings the world of tabletop dungeon diving games to the virtual world, starting in VR. Gather around with friends, socialize, and strategize your way to the end of each procedurally generated dungeon.
Now that Xbox Game Pass has arrived for just about every platform, it's made it possible for me to ditch my consoles, and not have to scramble to my PC every time a new game is released. Cloud gaming is exciting, and if you have a fast-enough internet connection, it's the best way to game.
For better or worse, I love smart home stuff — but increasingly I loathe adding a new device or adjusting the settings of an existing one. Because I enjoy this tech so much, I'm more likely to put up with the shortcomings that Google and Amazon have in the smart home space, but many people aren't. If these companies truly want to make the smart home widespread, there's a lot more work to do.
Part Google Docs, part Google Tasks, part scratchpad, and all awesome, Google Keep is much more than just a note-taking app. Whether you need it to juggle multiple major projects or just need a grocery list that'll pop up when you reach Target, Google Keep is more than deserving of a spot on your home screen and in your workflow.
Returnal feels like the first major game to take full advantage of the DualSense controller, and I can't wait to see what Sony is cooking up next. Haptic feedback and adaptive triggers are game-changers.
Amazon's new Kindle Vella platform seems like a win-win-win for authors, readers, and Amazon, but what is the new reading platform, and what are its potential pitfalls? We spoke with several independent authors to get a better idea of just what this serialized method of storytelling might look like.
FLoC is currently the best plan to actually preserve our privacy. But because Google is behind it, a lot of other companies are worried that Google will extend its ad platform at the expense of competitors.
Had iMessage come to Android in 2013, Google would have less competition in the U.S., but the biggest loser would have been Facebook. In 2013, Apple's senior VP of software and services Eddy Cue wanted to bring the iMessage service to Android, but the idea was nixed by other Apple executives, including Apple's SVO of software engineering Craig Federighi. Ever since, there have been a lot of people who wish it could have happened. Of course, this would have had an impact. Many people think...
Misbehaving apps can bog down even the most powerful device. You can try to figure everything out yourself, but it's a whole lot easier to hit that restart button if you have a phone that's just not acting right.