Peloton Tread review: the best treadmill by the most volatile company

While running on the Peloton Tread, I couldn’t help but think about how Peloton the company was spiraling out of control. Under my feet was this sleek, well-built treadmill. In front of me was a slick screen where a peppy instructor was encouraging me to dig deep to push it a little further. But even…

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This Blast Corps-channelling wrecking sim looks absolutely smashing

Radiangames has been around for a good while, and I’ll always think of this outfit with great fondness: At a time in my life when I had to wade through the swamps of Xbox Live Indie Games (and what a service that was), Radiangames was one of the developers who consistently delivered great shooters and…

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Dad Gets Money Back After Daughter Spends S$20,000 on Genshin Impact Microtransactions

Gacha games like Genshin Impact can lead players to go on an unfortunate spending spree, but luckily some of those stories reach a happy ending. Video games have found a lot of ways to monetize themselves other than traditional sales. Some of those are lucrative that the game can actually be free to play. The…

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How to get rid of those irritating Meet, Chat, and Spaces tabs in mobile Gmail

I have nothing against Google’s Meet videoconferencing platform — in fact, I’ve used it a few times — but I can’t help being annoyed when the feature is pushed at me via other apps. Specifically, Gmail. Meet first appeared on the desktop Gmail app in the spring of 2020, but it did not take up…

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Project Zomboid traits guide

When the hordes are beating down the door, food is running low, and you’re trying to figure out the best Project Zomboid traits, you’ll need every bit of help you can get. Making a character is deceptively simple, but the correct starting choices will set you up for the long run, while the wrong ones…

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Wordle Daily Streaks Reset After New York Times Migration

Players of the hit puzzle game Wordle find that their streaks have disappeared following the game’s migration to the New York Times. Wordle, the hit puzzle game that requires players to guess a five-letter word in six attempts. With a new word added daily, Wordle has seen immense popularity as people log on every day…

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Big tech’s 2021 earnings were off the chart

2021 is in the rearview mirror, but the year’s final reckoning didn’t come until the past week — at least where Wall Street is concerned. Major companies ranging from Apple and Google to Netflix and Tesla all announced their earnings for the holiday quarter — and, as has been the case for more or less…

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Unlock Dying Light 2’s hidden FSR Ultra Quality for better visuals

Dying Light 2 has plenty of graphics settings at its disposal, but there are even more settings available if you don’t mind getting your fingers dirty editing a config file (as found by TheHybred over on Reddit). Along with options for tweaking the game’s settings that are already offered in the game, there are a…

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Dying Light 2 Doom Easter Egg Discovered

Dying Light 2 is stuffed with hidden Easter eggs throughout its open world, and a recently discovered one references id Software’s Doom. Techland has seemingly filled Dying Light 2 to the brim with Easter eggs, as it seems as though players are finding new secrets every other day. The latest Easter egg that Dying Light…

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Startup’s 5G Blackberry revival is reportedly no more

Plans to resurrect the Blackberry brand with a new keyboard-equipped 5G Android device have been shelved, according to reports from AndroidPolice and CrackBerry. Development on the device was announced in 2020 by Texas-based startup OnwardMobility, after it licensed the brand name from Blackberry. The device was rumored to use a similar design to 2015’s Blackberry…

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