Monthly Archives: February 2021

Create Your Own Raps With Facebook’s Bars App-news

with CLIPREVIEWED learn the articleCreate Your Own Raps With Facebook’s Bars App (Image: Facebook) You can share family photos, memes, and videos on Facebook. Now, you can upload your own custom rap videos, too. According to TechCrunch, Facebook’s internal R&D group NPE Team just launched its newest app: Bars. Using Bars, you can record and […]

Terraria Is Back in Development for Google Stadia-news

with CLIPREVIEWED learn the articleTerraria Is Back in Development for Google Stadia (Image: 505 Games) The Google Stadia version of action-adventure sandbox game Terraria is back on. According to The VergeThe Verge, co-creator Andrew Spinks announced that all the previous issues he and company Re-Logic had with Google have been resolved. Thus, the Stadia port […]

Here’s Why Bill Gates Still Prefers Android Instead of iPhone-news

with CLIPREVIEWED learn the articleHere’s Why Bill Gates Still Prefers Android Instead of iPhone (Photo by Nicolas Liponne/NurPhoto via Getty Images) When it comes to the great iOS vs. Android debate, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates knows which side he’s on. According to 9to5Google, Gates shared his preferences in a recently audio-only interview via the Clubhouse […]

Nvidia’s Resizable BAR Support Coming to Some RTX 30 Series GPUs-news

with CLIPREVIEWED learn the articleNvidia’s Resizable BAR Support Coming to Some RTX 30 Series GPUs (Image: Nvidia) Nvidia’s promised Resizable BAR support is finally rolling out. Those lucky few who were able to purchase a GeForce RTX 3060 desktop GPU or a GeForce RTX 30 Series laptop now have access to the feature. Resizable BAR […]

MyHeritage’s ‘Deep Nostalgia’ tool brings old photos to life-news

with CLIPREVIEWED learn the articleMyHeritage’s ‘Deep Nostalgia’ tool brings old photos to life (Image: MyHeritage) Genealogy service MyHeritage’s new “Deep Nostalgia” feature is bringing the past to life. TechCrunch reports that the tool, which lets you upload photos of one or multiple people, animates individual faces. It’s all thanks to the magic of deepfakery. The […]

Apple Debuts Repairability Index for Buyers in France-news

with CLIPREVIEWED learn the articleApple Debuts Repairability Index for Buyers in France (Image: PCMag) Consumers in France looking to buy iPhones or Macs can now view each product’s repairability index. According to MacGeneration (via 9to5Mac), the feature showed up this week (Feb. 25). It’s meant to assist buyers with determining how easy it is to […]

Stanford Researcher Identifies and Explains ‘Zoom Fatigue’ Causes-news

with CLIPREVIEWED learn the articleStanford Researcher Identifies and Explains ‘Zoom Fatigue’ Causes (Image: PCMag) If you’re feeling more exhausted than ever by a never-ending loop of Zoom calls, you’re not alone. After extensive research, Stanford professor Jeremy Bailenson, founding director of the Stanford Virtual Human Interaction Lab (VHIL), lined out exactly why. According to Stanford […]

Best Buy Lays Off 5,000 Workers As Demand For Its Online Retail Booms-news

with CLIPREVIEWED learn the articleBest Buy Lays Off 5,000 Workers As Demand For Its Online Retail Booms (Photo by FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images) Best Buy laid off about 5,000 employees earlier this month as the electronics retailer focuses more on online sales.  COVID-19 forced many of the company’s big box stores to temporarily […]

Core i9-11900K Listed at $599-news

with CLIPREVIEWED learn the articleCore i9-11900K Listed at $599 (Credit: Intel) A PC vendor in Milwaukee, Wisconsin may have leaked the prices for Intel’s 11th-generation “Rocket Lake” Core processors before next month’s launch.  The vendor, Milwaukee PC, appears to have accidentally posted the upcoming desktop CPUs on its website, which was noticed by Twitter user […]