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South Park From Dusk till Casa Bonita DLC with great power comes great chicks and money

Ubisoft has recently released their newest DLC for South Park: The Fractured But Whole where you join Mysterion for another butt-kicking adventure. With this DLC you also get access to a brand-new class called The Netherborn. But remember as a wise man once said, with great power comes great chicks and money.

“Where is Waldo” on google maps, play it now!

There is almost nobody who has never heard of the character, who is wearing a red white striped shirt and hat, glasses, who looks always happy and is called Waldo. It appeared for the first time in 1987 and after this first book, much more sequels would follow. So far it always have been books but, this week you can play “Where is Waldo” on Google map.

Logitech Craft Review

The Logi Craft is a wireless keyboard that offers a premium typing experience. On top of that it has a very useful input dial, called a crown, that can be used in many ways to ease your workflow and keep you focused on what you are doing. I will be dividing this review in multiple parts to describe the experience of each facet of this product.

Logitech MX Sound Review

Together with Logitech's MX Master mouse, Craft keyboard and Brio webcam, Logitech's MX Sound 2.0 Bluetooth speakers form the company's premium computer accessory line. While they're described as bluetooth speakers, they're primarily designed to serve as your regular desktop speakers, but offer the extra capability to use as a bluetooth speaker for your phone or laptop.

Freemake Video Converter, can free software be good?

Downloading video’s or mp3’s is always been very popular since Napster. Freemake is a company that makes free software to convert Youtube video’s to mp3’s, to convert Audio, to convert several video formats to each other, … . In this review I’m going to discuss the different software packages that Freemake offers.

Nvidia temporarily stops field tests self-driving cars

After the fatal accident with a self-driving car from Uber last week, Nvidia will stop testing autonomous cards for a while. Uber is making use of the Nvidia platform in his self-driving cars. Nvidia tested self-driving cars in US, Japan and Germany, and are still certain of the postponed success of the self-driving car.

Nvidia Geforce Partner Program: what does it mean?

Nvidia recently introduced the Geforce Partner Program (GPP), but what exactly does this mean? The initiative is meant to close the gap between Nvidia and its retail partners. These partners are not obligated to join the program, but they'll miss out on some important perks if they don't.

AMD's stock under fire

Two sources, CTS-Labs and Viceroy Research, seem focused on placing AMD in a darker light and blame them for having security flaws. AMD responds and takes quick care of the presented issues.

The Crew 2: what we know so far

After 4 years, Ubisoft Ivory Tower will finally release the sequel for The Crew called The Crew 2. The Crew 2 comes out this year on June 29th and just like its predecessor, The Crew 2 is a racing game in an immersive online open world environment where you can roam free across the United States.

Assassin’s Creed: Origins, the revival of the franchise?

After Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Ubisoft decided to take a year off  with the franchise. The reason was that they wanted to completely innovate the brand so they could regain the interest of their player base. Now after the year off, they finally released “Assassin’s Creed Origins”. Now the question is: Did they succeed with their intention? Will Bayek replaces Ezio as favorite assassin?

Radeon FreeSync for Xbox One S and Xbox One X

The release of technologies like FreeSync and GSync made it possible to play games fluently, even on lower framerates. Until now, most adaptations were meant for PC gaming, leaving console gamers with screen tearing to fend for themselves. Mismatched refresh rates and high latency can ruin gameplay experience, it doesn't matter whether you're playing an FPS or your favourite RPG. 

Microsoft sued for $600M because of a failed Windows Upgrade

A man from Albuquerque, New Mexico sued Microsoft because of a failed forced Windows 10 upgrade. He demands $600 million in order to compensate his loss. A civil complaint was filed on February 14 by Frank K. Dickman Jr. of albuquerque, according to this complaint he sues Microsoft because of a failed forced Windows 10 upgrade. The lawsuit that is provided gives Redmond a period 30 days to give the man the software or pay the full price.

A smartwatch with a projector

The market of smartwatches never achieved the heights the companies hoped for when they started to develop and produce them. At the Mobile World Congress 2018, Haier wants to extends those heights with a smartphone that has a projector in it.

Vodafone completes the first 5G call

Last week in Barcelona on the 22nd of February, Vodafone successfully demonstrated a call using the new Non Stand-Alone 3GPP 5G new Radio standard and sub6 GHz spectrum. The connection was initiated with a 4G connection and was later switched to a 5G connection for which the 3.7GHz bandwidth was used.

Ryzen processors for embedded systems are coming

Last year AMD stepped up their game with their new Ryzen processors. Focusing on multithreading, low power consumption and budget. Their processors are one of a kind and those reasons are what got them back in the market alongside Intel. But now they want to broaden the applications for AMD technology, so they are going to make processors for embedded systems.

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