LEGO is continuing its fun summer of trucks by revealing two more new truck-themed sets: the Technic Heavy-duty Tow Truck and the 4×4 Mercedes-Benz Zetros Trial Truck. Both of the sets make for fun additions to LEGO’s vehicle lines, and will be available on August 1.
Video game storefront Humble Bundle is facing backlash due to an upcoming change in its payment system. Come mid-July, the company says that it will no longer allow customers to donate 100% of their purchase to charity. Humble Bundle will take between 15 and 30% of all revenue generated from sales on its website.
It’s that time of the year again—the 2021 Steam Summer Sale is here! It runs until July 8th, and is the perfect time to pick up amazing games at lower prices. So whether it’s because of the size of the discount, or just how great the game is, here are our 40 favorite deals from this sale.
After all the reports about OnePlus merging with sister brand Oppo, this week, we’re getting more details on what exactly that entails. OnePlus confirmed it’s integrating OxygenOS into ColorOS and shared details on the update and maintenance timeline in a forum post.
A hacker just took down LimeVPN’s website, stole over 69,400 sensitive user logs, and is looking to sell them for a $400 Bitcoin payment on a hacker forum. While breaches like this are increasingly commonplace, the real news is how the hacker got the logs since LimeVPN says it is a no-log service.
Windows’ Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) began as a bug and eventually morphed into the dedicated crash screen that we all know and love—I use that term loosely, by the way. But it seems that the BSoD will undergo a major change in Windows 11. After nearly 30 years of being blue, BSoD may become the Black Screen of Death.
Porsche just announced a recall for its first full-electric vehicle, the Taycan, to fix a software issue that has been proven to cause a sudden loss of power. The recall is worldwide and spans nearly all of the 43,000 Taycans sold globally.
Nearly three weeks ago, the Hubble Space Telescope took itself offline. NASA has been scrambling since then to determine the root cause and resolve the issue, but troubleshooting a highly technical device that’s in space isn’t the easiest task.
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S21 FE is the latest victim of the global semiconductor shortage, according to a report from the Korean outlet Maeil. This silicon shortage could delay the S21 FE launch for several months, or even force Samsung to substitute the device’s flagship Snapdragon 888 processor with a slower Exynos chip.
YouTube TV recently launched a 4K Plus Package for high-resolution video, offline viewing, and simultaneous streaming on an unlimited number of devices. To promote this new add-on, which (unfortunately) costs an extra $20 a month, Google is offering free Chromecast with Google TV devices to YouTube TV subscribers.
Windows 11 is here! Sort of. Microsoft released an Insider Preview of Windows 11 to anyone daring enough to try a beta OS. Naturally, I installed it immediately. Already I’ve found features Microsoft never even mentioned and omissions that I really wanted to try.
After a boring third episode, I went into episode four of Loki fearing more of the same and a series that wouldn’t hold up. Well, I have good news! Episode four turned things around instantly. And in true Marvel fashion, it left us with many questions. You see, they lied to us.
Social media giant Facebook just announced Habitat 2.0, its upgraded simulation platform that allows researchers to train robots in virtual environments. The company’s step forward here moves it closer to achieving “embodied AI,” or the tech that might allow robots to perform everyday tasks.
The hardware requirements for Windows 11 exclude most PCs in use today, a problem that Microsoft itself can’t seem to explain or justify. Somewhat ironically, though, it turns out that Windows 11 is a lot like DOOM—all it needs is a bit of tinkering to work in impossible places.
Have you ever wondered what to do with leftover or random LEGO bricks you have piling up? If so, this magical new iOS app called Brickit will help you rebuild your old LEGOs into fun new creations. The app uses machine learning to scan your LEGO pile, catalogs them, then gives you handy instructions to build something new.
There’s a joke that Microsoft follows a good, bad pattern with its OS launches: Windows XP: good, Windows Vista: bad, Windows 7: good. Windows 8: bad, Windows 10: good. Alas, in keeping with the cycle, Microsoft is botching the Windows 11 launch, and it might wreck an otherwise good OS.
Streaming media makes it easy to watch just about everything. But sometimes, despite having so many options at hand, it’s still hard to find something good to watch. With Google TV’s new ‘Watch With Me’ series, however, you can get recommendations from celebs. Hopefully they’re actually good.
Newly leaked images of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 classic, likely one of the first smartwatches to run Google and Samsung’s collaborative Wear OS, look a bit odd. Not that they look unofficial or anything—they just look good. The watch design isn’t ugly or chunky, despite the inclusion of a rotating control bezel and a pulse oximeter.
LEGO is all-in on trucks right now. It just opened up pre-orders for two new truck sets: the Technic Ford F-150 Raptor and the Pickup Truck. Though the two designs have totally different styles, both are super detailed and look like incredibly fun builds.
Foldable display technology is becoming more reliable and affordable, and as a result, it may soon appear in places you never expected. A new report from Bloomberg’s Mike Gurman states that Amazon could add a foldable display to its Kindle e-reader, providing a more portable, book-like user experience.