Games

Naughty Dog delays ‘The Last of Us Part II’

Google’s latest Chromebook is less ambitious, but more successful.Pixelbook Go review

The Pixelbook Go is much easier to rate than the first Pixelbook or the Pixel Slate. It’s a familiar, almost boring laptop. But instead of figuring out if Chrome OS works on a convertible tablet, or if you’re willing to spend $ 1,000 on a premium laptop, you can simply opt for the simple, no-frill Go. An inconspicuous 1080p display is characterized by an excellent keyboard, good performance and long battery life.

According to the team, the only option was to “endanger our vision.”& # 39; The Last of Us Part II & # 39; will be postponed until May 29, 2020

Just a month ago, Sony announced a release date in February for follow-up to its 2013 hit The Last of Us. Now the company has confirmed a leak from Kotaku and announced that the sequel will be postponed for several months until May 2020. According to director Neil Drunkmann, we realized that we just did not have enough time to bring the whole game to a level polish we would call Naughty Dog quality. ”

Only the GTI and the R come to the USA.Volkswagen presents the Golf of the next generation and its hybrid variants

There will be three mild-hybrid versions of the Golf with a 48-volt lithium-ion battery and two plug-in hybrids – unfortunately, none is planned in the US. The plug-ins will be equipped with a 13 kWh lithium-ion battery, which according to Volkswagen will be around 60 kilometers long. An 8.25-inch or optional 10-inch display houses the infotainment system, which Alexa supports for voice-controlled control, and comes with integrated V2X technology.

An Android app will be launched next year.AT & T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon join forces to drive next-generation RCS-SMS

The four largest mobile operators in the US – AT & T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon (parent company of Engadget) – have announced their cross-carrier messaging initiative. It is a joint venture that is promised to “create a single, seamless, interoperable RCS experience across carriers, both in the US and globally.” If you are unfamiliar with RCS, it is the technology that gives SMS text rich iMessage-like features and is designed to replace the old SMS standard.

Surprise!OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition with 5G will be available later this year from T-Mobile

OnePlus was not entirely correct when it was stated that OnePlus 7T Pro is not offered in the US. T-Mobile has announced that the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren will be launched during 2019.

The standard 7T Pro is a slightly reworked 7 Pro with a Snapdragon 855+ chip, at least 8GB of RAM, faster recharging, a slightly larger battery and photography extras like slow motion video at 960fps and a macro mode. The McLaren model increases memory to 12 GB, and of course adds the characteristic black-and-orange color scheme with an ethereal pattern on the back.

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