Seeing someone speed run through a game is always impressive. It is, even more, awe-inspiring when said game is also extremely difficult. We’ve seen speed runs for Dark Souls games in the past, […]
If you’ve missed getting new Futurama, then we have some very good news for you indeed. TinyCo and FoxNext have announced that they will be creating a new Futurama mobile game called Futurama: […]
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Legends of Tomorrow really hit its stride since it came back from the winter break. That George Lucas episode seems to have reminded everyone involved of the importance of a good story. As last night’s […]
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Serve the public trust, protect the innocent, uphold the law: Chinese robot police officers are using facial recognition to catch criminals. The new E-Patrol Robot Sheriff recently rolled into the Zhengzhou East Railway […]
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Short Bytes: You’ll be surprised to know that electrically charged particles coming from outer space can be a reason for crashes of smartphones, computers, and other electronic devices. These particles are generated when cosmic rays strike the Earth’s atmosphere. While these alien particles aren’t harmful to the living beings, they can interfere with integrated circuits and change bits […]
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Square-Enix has recently released a patch for Final Fantasy XV that improves the game’s frame rate on the PlayStation 4 Pro. However, it appears that this patch isn’t all it’s cracked up to […]
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Over the last few years, we’ve seen projects and products slowly move from 8-bit microcontrollers to more powerful ARM microcontrollers. The reason for this is simple — if you want to do more stuff, like an Internet-connected toaster, you need more bits, more Flash, and more processing power. This doesn’t mean 8-bit microcontrollers are dead, though. Eight bit micros are still going strong, and this week Microchip announced their latest family of 8-bit microcontrollers.
The PIC16F15386 family of microcontrollers is Microchip’s latest addition to their portfolio of 8-bit chips. This family of microcontrollers is Microchip’s ‘everything and the kitchen sink’ …read more
Peg your jeans and get ready to start Livin’ On The Edge, 90s geeks! A blast from your boozy beverage past is making a comeback. They’re bottling Zima again. Yes, Zima… The drink […]
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