Monthly Archives: February 2018

Google Hires Former Samsung Executive Injong Rhee to Coordinate Internet of Things Projects

Alphabet‘s Google this month hired Injong Rhee, who recently resigned as Samsung Electronics‘s chief technology officer, to lead its Internet of Things business, he said in a LinkedIn post Monday. Google spokeswoman Jane Hynes confirmed to Reuters Rhee’s hiring by Google’s cloud computing unit, but declined to comment further. Rhee said in his post that …

'Fortnite' Beats 'PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' Record For Most Number Of Players At The Same Time, But Did It Really?

The 2018 emojis list is released and it includes redheads, lobsters and bagels “Fortnite” set a new record with 3.4 million concurrent players, beating “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds” which had 3.2 million concurrent players at the turn of 2018. The achievement, however, comes with a catch.  ( Epic Games ) Fortnite, with 3.4 million concurrent players over …

Kingdom Come: Deliverance Gets Big Day-One Patch on the PlayStation 4

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a hotly-anticipated RPG from Warhorse Studios that promises realism worthy of a true medieval European experience. If you pick up the game tomorrow, however, you’ll notice a hitch that’s as modern as single-serve juice press packets: An enormous day-one download. Earlier today, our kinfolk over at Eurogamer discovered the PlayStation 4 …

Google Home Max tops Apple HomePod for audio, says Consumer Reports

While the recently-released Apple HomePod is impressing with its audio quality, an early assessment from non-profit reviewing organization, Consumer Reports, claims that the Google Home Max and Sonos One slightly edge it out with their audio chops. In a short video, Consumer Reports mentions that, despite being “one of the best-sounding smart speakers they’ve tested”, …