Engadget

Speed is relative. When the PS4 and X Box One first came out, people touted these as blazing fast as well. Doesn’t it make sense that the next gen consoles will be faster?

Verdict: NOT WORTHY


TechCrunch

Zoom went from darling meeting app to a privacy nightmare in a matter of days, and TechCrunch is here with a list of reasons why Zoom might not be the best platform to be on.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY


TechCrunch

While Zoom having so many vulnerabilities is concerning, sensationalizing an article title and claiming that these spell doom for Zoom is poor reporting. The average user does not care about privacy and security and is also less likely to be attacked, as much as some outlets would have you think.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY


The Verge

TL;DR, somebody discovered an image of the Doorbox, but nobody knows what it is yet.

Verdict: NOT WORTHY


The Verge

It was only a matter of time until Dark Sky blipped on Big Tech’s radar. Android users will have access the Dark Sky until July 1st. If you’re on Android, this could be a big deal for you, since many an Android user is using Dark Sky at the moment.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY


Yahoo

We’ve stated before that there was no official source listed as disclosing information that Apple’s iPhone launch would be delayed. It’s interesting to see how a single article from Nikkei can garner such a strong response.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY


Forbes

More leaks, this time from Forbes. We’ll wait until Apple confirms all of this for us, thanks.

Verdict: NOT WORTHY


Engadget

A snooze worthy update from Slack. Teams calls will still open up in Teams, rather than being completely done in Slack.

Verdict: NOT WORTHY


The Hill

Yet more bad news for Zoom, as The Hill reports a racist ‘Zoom bombing’ incident. Keep in mind that Zoom itself is not inherently bad, but just susceptible to the actions of bad actors.

Verdict: NOT WORTHY


Ars Technica

The teardown found that the parts in question are the RF front end modules, produced by Qualcomm and Skyworks.

Verdict: NOT WORTHY, CLICKBAIT


Ars Technica

There are a lot of new features coming in the Edge browser, but only time will tell if they are actually compelling enough for users to switch. For all we know, this could just be a huge April Fools’ Day joke.

Verdict: NOT WORTHY


TechCrunch

It’s just a gaming chair that has an attachment for a VR headset.

Verdict: NOT WORTHY


Mashable

More bad press for Zoom today, as BleepingComputer reports that they found a new vulnerability in Zoom. The vulnerability in question allows attackers to steal Windows login credentials. Yikes.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY


LifeHacker

Again, here are instructions on how to fix the recent Windows 10 bug if you are affected by it.

Verdict: NOT WORTHY


BuzzFeed

Title. You’ll get a good laugh out of the article, at least.

Verdict: NOT WORTHY


GamesRadar

While we are typically loathe to call articles that include sales newsworthy, there are simply too many good games in this bundle to pass up. You’ll find the likes of Into the Breach, Undertale, Hollow Knight, and more in this bundle.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY


The New York Times

An interesting piece that helps the uninitiated get into gaming. Not newsworthy, though.

Verdict: NOT WORTHY


Android Central

Who’s tired of seeing Zoom in the news today? I’m not. Yet another security issue here. It’s like the second their stock started rising, people started paying attention and digging into the app only to discover coal where they thought they would find diamonds.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY


Destructoid

Being able to pre-load the game now is nice, but the game launching in a little over a week, this is far from actual news.

Verdict: NOT WORTHY