Take-Two nabs the rights to ‘Kerbal Space Program’

The news about ex-Squad members leaving for Valve was ultimately overblown, but there's still plenty of drama in the indie developer's life: Take-Two Interactive has bought the rights to Kerbal Space Program. The move will turn the spaceship buildin…

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Bixby Voice still isn’t any good at English, US release gets pushed to late June

Remember Bixby? No, not the Google Now-esque (but don’t call it that) feed of cards that sits to the left of your leftmost homescreen on the Galaxy S8 and S8+ (and is pictured below). No, not the Bixby Vision feature that looks at stuff through your camera’s viewfinder and can identify the things it sees. No, we’re talking about Bixby Voice. You know, Samsung’s extremely overhyped virtual assistant that was supposed to (for some reason) live on the S8 and S8+ alongside the Google Assistant.

What do you mean you forgot about Bixby? Samsung sure hasn’t. However, it’s hit a snag. Bixby Voice,…

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Canon announces new EOS C200 digital cinema camera

Canon has announced the latest model in its Cinema range of video cameras, the EOS C200.

The third generation Cinema EOS camera has a new 8.85 megapixel CMOS sensor along with a new Dual DIGIC DV6 image processor. It can record in the new Canon Cinema RAW Light at DCI 4K resolution in 60p/50p (10-bit) or 24p/25p/30p (12-bit). The camera is capable of recording both these formats internally to a CFast card. You can also record in MP4 up to 60p in 8-bit. The C200 also includes Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF for faster focusing with face detection.

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OnePlus 3 and 3T will be updated to Android O, CEO confirms

Now that the OnePlus 5 is about to launch, you may be wondering what that means for its two predecessors from last year, the 3 and the 3T, in terms of software support. The OnePlus 3 was discontinued when the 3T became official, and the 3T itself is now living its last days of availability, at least in some markets. The Chinese company has already promised to keep supporting the two, software-wise, but up until today we didn’t get anything more specific than that.

It is now time to relax if you own a OnePlus 3 or 3T and care about major Android updates. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has just…

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