Microsoft ready’s Xbox remote play feature for iPhone

Microsoft ready’s Xbox remote play feature for iPhone

Microsoft is about to launch an Xbox app update for iOS that will allow console owners to stream games directly to their iPhones. Microsoft is readying an update for its Xbox companion app that will soon allow digital titles to be played remotely on iPhone. Dubbed Remote Play, which is already...

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The rise of ‘dark social’ is changing brand marketing

The rise of ‘dark social’ is changing brand marketing

Gen Z is one of the biggest drivers of dark social traffic, often blurring the line between private and public social media activity - it’s only set to increase. Dark social is commonly used to describe any online interaction or click that can’t be traced by third parties or marketers. This applies to WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger chats, private emails, or Snapchat photo sending, for example. It means that web...

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Is VR technology set to take over the videocall space?

Is VR technology set to take over the videocall space?

Are virtual reality meetings the next logical step from videocalls in a post Covid world? While the coronavirus pandemic has decimated certain job markets, it has inspired tech companies to innovate and keep businesses thriving from a remote setting. In a radically shifting 12 months, we’ve adapted into something of a Zoom-centric society where people are accustomed to living out something close to their ordinary lives through the guise of...

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Venus may hold the key to discovering extra-terrestrial life

Venus may hold the key to discovering extra-terrestrial life

NASA is set to investigate a recent discovery showing possible signs of microbial life in the clouds of Venus. Researchers have discovered the presence of a rare and toxic gas called phosphine floating around the atmosphere of Venus. Known to biologists as one of the strongest indicators – or ‘biosignatures’ – of microbial life, this breakthrough suggests we may have found the first signs of life beyond Earth… and not...

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Facebook promises to cut emissions by 2030

Facebook promises to cut emissions by 2030

The social media giant has also launched a ‘Climate Science Information Centre’ for some users alongside ambitions carbon reduction plans. Facebook joins many larger tech firms in promising to heavily reduce its greenhouse gas emissions in the coming decade. It has said it will be purchasing renewable energy and offsets to counterbalance its current carbon footprint, with a future focus on investing in renewable energy projects and initiatives. In addition,...

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