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Acer's ED273 Curved HD Gaming Monitor Is $60 Off At Newegg Now

And while some reviews note that it isn't the best in terms of image quality when compared to others on the market, it's well worth it to pick up at this price, especially when it's difficult to find anything comparable in the same bracket. You can navigate the monitor settings with a joystick on the back panel too, making changing options less of a pain than you might assume it is with a curved screen like this one.

Nintendo Moving Some Switch Production From China to Vietnam

Nintendo is making plans to shift part of the production of its Switch console from China to Vietnam, according to a spokesperson from the company. In a conversation with Reuters on Tuesday, Nintendo revealed that the shift is expected to happen this summer in a move to diversify risks. It claimed that this is not in a bid to avoid any potential tariffs imposed by the U.S. government on products imported from China. Nintendo has yet to comment further on its plans, nor propose a date beyond sum

Nvidia Simplifies Graphics Benchmarking With FrameView Capture Tool

Credit: NvidiaWhen it comes to analyzing your new graphics card's performance, an accurate frame rate capture tool really comes in handy. That's what Nvidia has is attempting to introduce with the new FrameView application announced today. Perhaps best of all, it's completely free to try. The new tool, which seems like an enhanced version of PresentMon, is a feature-rich way to ensure your brand new GPU is working to the best of its ability. One standout feature is its ability to track power us

Players Report Widespread Issues With Running 'Destiny 2' On Ryzen 3000 PCs

AMD's new Ryzen 3000 series just hit stores yesterday, and now only a day after release, it seems to be causing widespread headaches throughout the Destiny community. As of right now, however, it seems that Destiny 2 appears to be the only PC title adversely affected by the Ryzen 3000 configurations. Hopefully the impending fix is a quick and simple one that comes swiftly – otherwise, it looks as though there'll be quite a few unsatisfied customers looking for reparations for their trouble.

Last month was the world's hottest June ever recorded

If you've been feeling a little hotter under the collar than usual, you haven't been imagining things. This past month reached some particularly alarming temperatures. On June 10, Delhi, India alone reached an all-time high of 48 degrees Celsius (about 118 degrees Fahrenheit). On June 27, Germany, Poland, and the Czech Republic recorded their highest temperatures ever for June, with temperatures routinely above 40 degrees Celsius. According to the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecas

Google’s addictive Doodle baseball game will make sure you get no work done before July 4

It's the day before the Fourth of July weekend kicks off for most folks, and Google knows you're not really getting a lot done. That's probably why today's Google Doodle is basically aimed toward anyone looking to goof off. It's not just any video game, either: it's a fun baseball-themed home run-focused affair where you're playing with hot dogs, burgers, French fries, and even chicken nuggets.

Snapchat’s ‘Bitmoji Tennis’ game is cute, but ultimately frustrating

Snapchat's gaming platform Snap Games is host to a few fun-filled mini games that you can invite your friends to play on the go. One of the first titles for the platform, Tiny Royale, proved it was just as formidable of a diversion as any "bigger" console release, and could easily capture your attention while being played right from within Snapchat. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said of Snapchat's new Bitmoji Tennis game, which is colorful but ultimately hollow.

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled Review: High-octane thrills

For many, Crash Team Racing was a staple of their childhood. It, along with the legendary Mario Kart, was one of several action-packed kart racers that allowed players to man their battlestations at their couch (or someone else's) on Friday nights after school and host a multiplayer battle royale of pain. You had the classics like GoldenEye 007 and Super Smash Bros. too eventually, but the kart racers really separated the men from the boys and the women from the girls. While most Crash Bandicoo

Electric cars are so quiet that they'll now have to add fake engine noises in Europe

There are many, many reasons to own an electric vehicle, and that's after counting "because they look cool." For one, you're doing your part for a greener future. Second, think of all the money you'll save on gas alone! We can't forget, either, that part of the beauty of owning electric vehicles such as those manufactured by Tesla is that, for the most part, they're basically noiseless. Starting today for electric cars in the European Union, that's all going to change. According to BBC News, Ac

Google Maps will now tell you when your train is going to be unbearably crowded

If you find yourself unknowingly walking into a backed up bus terminal or ridiculously packed train station every time you leave for work, Google Maps just added a solution to help make your commute a bit less painful. The search engine giant announced that it's adding new transit crowdedness predictions to its Maps app. That means you'll soon be able to simply check the Google Maps app before you head out for a glimpse at how crowded your chosen method of public transportation is at any given m

The ‘Pokemon Masters’ mobile game will unite all the series’ trainers for the first time

Pokémon trainers around the world may have to wait until November to head to the Galar region in the Nintendo Switch-exclusive games Pokémon Sword and Shield, but that doesn't mean there's no Pokémon fun to be had until then. The Pokémon Masters mobile game is the latest addition to the Pokémon gaming series, and it's slated to debut this summer ahead of Pokémon Sword and Shield. That means players will have a whole other chance to interact with their favorite critters before the Switch games de

YouTube just solved one of the most annoying parts of using a music streaming service

If you're a music fan who relies on streaming services to listen to your favorite songs instead of purchasing them individually, you likely already know about all the features Spotify and Apple Music have on offer. But you may not have known about a new feature coming to YouTube Music that's meant to make downloading your favorite tunes for offline listening a breeze. Using this new feature, you'll be able to conserve data and collect your go-to playlists in one place for listening later while y

Delta and JetBlue will let you cancel your flight to the Dominican Republic without a penalty

Kept an eye on the news lately? You may have noticed a few particularly unsettling stories about U.S tourists dying mysteriously while on vacation. That's a terrifying thought, but airlines are looking to help assuage anyone concerned by Dominican Republic travel that they've already bought and paid for. If you booked a flight heading to specific airports in the Dominican Republic through Delta or JetBlue, the airlines will allow you to change or cancel your tickets, free of charge. Delta will

The 11 most anticipated games of the rest of 2019

We’re nearly halfway through 2019, and there’s already a veritable treasure trove of excellent new video games to play through, from Resident Evil 2 to the upcoming Super Mario Maker 2. But as jam-packed as the first half of the year was, the second half is about to get even more ridiculously stuffed with big releases. There are a lot more games upcoming in 2019's second half — so many new releases, in fact, that you're going to want to clear your schedule for November alone. Whether you can't
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