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Joshua Hawkins

Since 2021
Top Channel Science
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Bio

Joshua Hawkins fell in love with writing and technology at a young age. Eventually he decided to combine the two and started writing about video games, the latest tech, and all the cool gadgets he could find. Whenever he isn’t busy writing about tech or gadgets, he can usually be found enjoying a new world in a video game, or tinkering with something on his computer.

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Move over Xbox, Sony wants to put ads in PlayStation games, too

April 20th, 2022

Previously, we reported on Microsoft’s move to put ads in Xbox games. While it would only affect free-to-play games, it’s still a big push as ads in console games isn’t exactly a common occurrence. Now, though, it looks like Sony is trying to get in on the action, too, by putting ads in PlayStation games.

US science advisors desperately want to probe Uranus

April 20th, 2022

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine have released their newest decadal survey. Apparently, at the top of the list of priorities is a goal to probe Uranus. The report, which was published this year, calls for a spacecraft to orbit Uranus. That spacecraft would then map its gravitational and magnetic fields. It would …

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How to use Universal Control on Mac and iPad

April 19th, 2022

Universal Control is a great new feature introduced in macOS 12.3 and iPadOS 15.4. With Universal Control, users can turn their iPad into an additional display for their Mac. This lets you easily move content between the two devices, by simply dragging and dropping them from one display to the next. Here’s what you need …

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WhatsApp starts testing option to hide Last Seen status

April 19th, 2022

Your WhatsApp Last Seen status allows your contact list to see the last time that you open the app. It’s useful for checking when your contacts have been around recently. However, it can also be used to usurp turning off read receipts. Now, the messenger is testing an option to hide who can see your …