PUBG Mobile now runs at 90fps in the US, but it’s exclusive to OnePlus for a month

If you wanted to play PUBG Mobile at a frame rate higher than 60fps, it was a bit tricky. You either needed to live in China or download the Chinese version of PUBG Mobile (well, it’s actually called Game for Peace), plus you needed a phone with a 90Hz or 120Hz refresh rate. Now, Tencent Continue Reading

Twitter faces $250 million Federal Trade Commission fine for misusing emails and phone numbers

Twitter said that the Federal Trade Commission may soon fine it up to $250 million for improper use of users’ phone numbers and email addresses. The potential fines would come for violations of Twitter’s 2011 agreement with the FTC to no longer mislead consumers about how it protects their personal information. Between Continue Reading

Android flaw can be used to hack almost any phone: How to do

If your Android phone can install Google’s May security update, make sure you run the update. A critical vulnerability called Strandhogg 2.0 revealed yesterday (May 26) can be used to “gain access to private SMS messages and photos, steal victims’ login credentials, track GPS movements, make and/or record phone conversations Continue Reading

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