Battlefield 5 review | A great WW2 shooter lies beneath a slim, scrappy and confusing release

Battlefield 5 review | A great WW2 shooter lies beneath a slim, scrappy and confusing release

Battlefield 5 is without doubt one of the most perplexing video game releases of recent years. Not because there isn’t a thunderous, entertaining World War II multiplayer shooter here, because there is. But because it is so resolutely unfinished. Even putting aside the staggered release that publisher EA has begun to put into practice (with EA Access […]

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The Sigfox Micro Base Station test

The Sigfox Micro Base Station test

sigfox micro-basestation characteristics The Sigfox Micro-Basestation is an indoor / outdoor basestation made to extend the Sigfox public network. You can’t use it to create a private network actually. Even with the added cellular connectivity you can install it outdoor with the casing shown on the right. The antenna is integrated and you have no […]

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How to Keep Your Mac and Apps Up To Date

How to Keep Your Mac and Apps Up To Date

Keeping your Mac up-to-date may seem like a chore, but it’s an essential part of protecting yourself online. Apple and app developers patch security holes when they’re found—and they add helpful new features to macOS and your applications, too. Beyond the usual security patches and app updates, Apple offers shiny new versions of macOS to […]

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Google’s Futuristic In-Air Gesture Control System Could Replace Buttons

Google’s Futuristic In-Air Gesture Control System Could Replace Buttons

Google was recently awarded a patent by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) covering its invention of an air-, motion- and radar-based gesture control system which could one day find its way into everything from computers, to smartphones, smartwatches, appliances and more, allowing “touchless control” of key features and functions. Now, Reuters is reporting that the Mountain View, […]

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