Mr. Robot’s third season finale is imminent, but audiences will be going into the climatic season closer knowing it’s not the end, adding to the list of other recent series renewals announced. On Wednesday, December 13, the official Mr. Robot Twitter account put any potential concerns to rest. “We have plenty more battles to fight,” assures the tweet, and confirms that the series “has been renewed for season_4.0.” We have plenty more battles to fight. #MrRobot has been renewed for season_4.0. pic.twitter.com/ApsEvY6Ofl — Mr. Robot (@whoismrrobot) December 13, 2017 Furthermore, Mr. Robot showrunner Sam Esmail posted an image on his personal Instagram account showing off the show’s writing team hard at work on season 4 already. Calm down everyone. #MrRobot season_4.0 writers' room is officially open for business. A post shared by Sam Esmail (@samesmail) on Dec 13, 2017 at 6:59am PST The series follows … [Read more...] about ‘Mr. Robot’s’ hacktivist agenda has been renewed for a fourth season
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The Mobvoi Ticwatch Pro 4G LTE is one of the few WearOS smartwatches available with a cellular connection, and until now it has only been available with Verizon in the United States. But that has now changed. The Ticwatch Pro 4G LTE has launched on the Vodafone network in the United Kingdom, where it operates with the OneNumber plan, so all your connected devices work together. Currently, the Ticwatch Pro 4G LTE is not listed on Vodafone’s website, but is for sale through Mobvoi itself and on Amazon, where it costs 250 British pounds. In the U.S., the Ticwatch Pro 4G LTE costs $240 at the time of writing. Provided you use Vodafone for your smartphone connection and have a Red Plan tariff, the Ticwatch Pro 4G can be added to it for a small monthly fee using OneNumber. Once you’ve done this, calls, messages and data are shared across the two devices, complete with a cloud syncing service to make sure nothing gets missed even if the two aren’t tethered together. … [Read more...] about Mobvoi’s connected Ticwatch Pro 4G LTE takes on Apple and Samsung in the U.K.
After what has seemed like a long time coming, Spotify will be available on Wear OS smartwatches as an app. Whether it’s on a run or a while lounging at home, you will now be able to access your music right from your wrist — without having to constantly reach for your smartphone. Currently, those who want to use Spotify while working out with their WearOS smartwatch are limited in terms of what they can access. Whenever you pull up the music app on your phone, you’ll see the name of the song and the artist but the only actions available are the music controls. With the new Spotify app for WearOS, you will be able to do a bit more. For starters, you have access to your recently played songs and podcasts, you can browse through playlists, skip tracks, pause, play, and go back to previous songs using only your smartwatch. You will also be able to tap on the heart icon to mark your favorite tracks, which the app will save it to your library. “We’re excited to … [Read more...] about With Spotify for Wear OS, you’ll soon have even more control over your music
Update: Dean McCarron at Mercury Research shared updated numbers for AMD's total market share of the x86 market, which we've added to the relevant section. McCarron also provided some commentary on the report, which we also added to the total market share section. Original Article:Mercury Research, a CPU market analyst firm, released its market share report today, which highlights AMD's recent gains against Intel. The last quarterly share report did not include sales from AMD's Ryzen 3000 processors, but this report reflects 7nm processor sales as the company continues to claw back market share from Intel.The report highlights that AMD grew in all segments, including desktop PCs, mobile, server, and the overall x86 market, fueled by the rise of AMD's Ryzen 3000 processors that offer a more advanced manufacturing process than Intel's 14nm chips. That affords density, power, performance, and pricing advantages. AMD's is primarily using competitive pricing as the crowbar to pry … [Read more...] about AMD vs. Intel CPU Market Share: 7nm Makes Landfall as Price War Begins (Updated)
With streaming services like Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, and DirecTV Now on the rise, as well as live TV offerings from Hulu and YouTube, it may seem like cable’s days are numbered. If you’re only looking for a handful of channels, that may be the case, but if you’re looking for a massive suite of channels with the best, most stable picture quality, cable still can’t be beat. Still, old-fashioned cable leaves a lot to be desired in a few areas, especially in our increasingly mobile world. While there are a number of options out there for digital cable, Comcast’s Xfinity TV aims to offer a more modern experience than the competition. We break down the latest from Comcast to see how it stacks up in the modern streaming world. What is Xfinity TV? Xfinity TV aims to take everything that you like about cable — hundreds of channels, local programming, and full-fledged DVR options — and combine it with features that you are likely familiar with from … [Read more...] about Comcast Xfinity: Everything you need to know about cable’s biggest player