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Forsaken introduces a new game mode called Gambit

Forsaken introduces a new game mode called Gambit

Destiny 2 players will be able to participant in an all-new game mode called Gambit which is being introduced with Forsaken . Likewise, Forsaken channels Destiny 1's weapon system in new, free-form loadouts allowing players to equip any weapon type in any slot, and in seemingly any combination.


New Gmail Launches For Everyone in July

New Gmail Launches For Everyone in July

Odds are that you've been using the same version of Gmail for the past few years, but Google is coming out with a new version of Gmail that looks and feels very different from the current one (though with features reminiscent of Google Inbox ).


Lenovo finally unveils the ‘all-screen’ Z5 with a notch

Lenovo finally unveils the ‘all-screen’ Z5 with a notch

However, it does have a notch and a chin bezel at the bottom. Note that the company has promised the Android P update for the Z5. Also, it's not a rival to OnePlus 6 or other premium phones. The handset packs a 3300mAh battery with fast charging. Pricing starts from 1299 Yuan ($202) for the 6GB + 64GB version and goes up to 1799 Yuan ($281) for the 6GB + 128GB edition.


Alexa and Google Assistant integration reportedly coming to Xbox One

Alexa and Google Assistant integration reportedly coming to Xbox One

Still, you could soon be telling your Xbox to "Play Red Dead Redemption on the Xbox One" if this is real. It may be limited to just simple interface control, or it could be rolled out not only to the Xbox One system, but also developers producing games for it.


Apple Photos adds For You tab with smarter sharing in iOS 12

Apple Photos adds For You tab with smarter sharing in iOS 12

Apple senior vice president of software engineering Craig Federighi spent a brief time covering what's new for Photos in iOS 12 (at least compared to the amount of time spent talking about new AR features), but don't take that to mean that the app isn't getting some significant updates.


Computex 2018: Intel Teases Audience With An Unnamed 28-Cores CPU

Computex 2018: Intel Teases Audience With An Unnamed 28-Cores CPU

But the with the Core i7-8086K, Intel has made a decision to roll its sleeves up and push its chip hard. The processor comes with a base clockspeed of 4.0GHz, making it 300MHz faster than the Core i7-8700K's base and single-core core turbo frequencies.