Speed limits get the green light on Google Maps

Updated: it looks like the speed limits feature is now appearing more widely across Google Maps for all Android and iOS users, in countries including the US and the UK. Our original story is below. Google has begun rolling out speed limits for Google Maps throughout the US. The company began testing the feature in […]

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9 videogame remakes that are better than the originals

Unlike films, videogames can be hard to go back to. Whether that’s because of ageing controls, improvements in graphics, or simply nostalgia shading what actually wasn’t a good experience to begin with – it’s difficult.  While game developers could certainly fix the problem by remaking every one of our childhood classics, for obvious reasons only […]

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AMD Radeon VII release date, news and features

The whole computing world has been waiting with bated breath for AMD’s high-end graphics card – and it’s finally here. Although it’s not the Vega II launch that seemed all but certain, the Radeon VII looks like a stunner that may even beat the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080. Featuring a whopping 16GB of video memory […]

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