Xbox a commencé à tester le streaming 1080p via sa plateforme de jeux à la demande Xbox Game Pass. Le service de cloud gaming de Microsoft a, jusqu'à présent, connu un certain succès. Néanmoins, il lui manque un élément déjà grandement mis en avant et amélioré par ses concurrents : une meilleure qualité d'image. À l'heure actuelle, les jeux proposés depuis le catalogue Xbox Game Pass ne peuvent être lancés qu’avec une résolution maximale de 720p. Ce n'est pas catastrophique en soi, dans la mesure où l’adoption de la résolution HD permet de fluidifier les performances et la bande passante. Cependant, ce n’est pas l’idéal lorsqu’on possède et joue par le biais d’un smartphone, d’une tablette ou d’un appareil de diffusion en streaming haut de gamme et moderne. Lire notre test complet du Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Xbox Series X vs Xbox Series S : laquelle vous convient le mieux ? Voici les 15 jeux vidéo les plus attendus pour 2021 Parallèlement à cette mise à niveau vers … [Read more...] about Le service Xbox Game Pass est sur le point de devenir plus beau et performant que jamais
Rebranding It remains unclear if the Redmi K40 Pro will also make its way to global markets as a POCO phone. Babu Mohan 2 Mar 2021 0 Source: Xiaomi What you need to know The POCO F3 could be a rebranded version of the recently launched Redmi K40. In addition to Europe, the phone is also likely to be launched in India in the near future. The Redmi K40 comes with a 120Hz AMOLED display, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 870 processor, and triple rear cameras with a 48MP main sensor. Xiaomi's Redmi sub-brand launched three impressive new value flagship phones in China last week, including its first phone with a Snapdragon 870 chipset. While Redmi hasn't confirmed any plans of launching the Redmi K40 series in global markets yet, a new FCC listing suggests the vanilla Redmi K40 could make its way to markets outside China as a POCO phone. The FCC listing reveals POCO's next phone will carry the same model number as the Redmi K40. This is … [Read more...] about Xiaomi’s Redmi K40 could soon make its global debut as the POCO F3
Stronger together The three wallpapers are available right now through the Wallpapers app. Ara Wagoner 1 Mar 2021 0 Source: Ara Wagoner / Android Central What you need to know Google has its first expansion for its new Curated Culture section of the Wallpapers app. As part of the March Feature Drop, three new wallpapers have been added for International Women's Day next week. The creators of the wallpapers are a duo of female Spanish illustrators that go by the name Cachetejack. The latest feature drop for the Pixel series brings some updates to Google Recorder and Smart Compose, but the most fun part of this month's drop is the new wallpapers for the Curated Culture collection. Last month's wallpapers were celebrating Black History Month, and this month, the trio of new wallpapers are celebrating female empowerment ahead of International Women's Day on March 8. The creator of the three pieces is Cachetejack , an illutstrative duo … [Read more...] about March Pixel Feature Drop adds three new wallpapers for International Women’s Day
1. "Mean Bunny" And you thought rabbit the one in Donnie Darko was scary. Video courtesy of YouTube, SMP Films 2. Frosty the Snowman Was a total a**hole. Video courtesy of YouTube, TheScarySnowman 3. A Compil-ahh!-tion of Scares Video courtesy of YouTube, Jolly Ol Tech 4. Wait, Bro, You Forgot Something -- Video courtesy of YouTube, Kashmir World 5. The Classics Video courtesy of YouTube, Chris Kerr 6. Should've Read The Sign, Man Video courtesy of YouTube, FFBuu 7. Some People Just want to watch the world burn. Video courtesy of YouTube, NothingToxicExtreme Some people say a heated game of Monopoly is enough to destroy a friendship. While that may be true, a mean-spirited prank can go just as far. Especially if it involves a demonized bunny (see image below). Inspired by last week's "wake up" prank video , we've thrown together a few tricks you should … [Read more...] about 7 Pranks You Should Probably Never Play
The NSA is not the only government agency asking tech companies for help in cracking technology to access user data. Sources say the FBI has a history of requesting digital backdoors, which are generally understood as a hidden vulnerability in a program that would, in theory, let the agency peek into suspects' computers and communications. In 2005, when Microsoft was about to launch BitLocker , its Windows software to encrypt and lock hard drives, the company approached the NSA, its British counterpart the GCHQ and the FBI, among other government and law-enforcement agencies. Microsoft's goal was twofold: get feedback from the agencies, and sell BitLocker to them. See also: Is It the Dawn of the Encryption App? But the FBI, concerned about its ability to fight crime — specifically, child pornography — apparently repeatedly asked Microsoft to put a backdoor in the software. A backdoor — or trapdoor — is a secret vulnerability that can be exploited to break or … [Read more...] about Did the FBI Lean On Microsoft for Access to Its Encryption Software?