Author Archives: Dimas H. Pramudya

Nintendo to Close eShop for Wii U and 3DS

Nintendo stated on the blog post that the company will close Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Wii U and 3DS. By late March 2023, eShop will be completely shut off for both consoles, making it impossible to access the digital store. The closure will be held step-by-step. Here is the timeline of the closure: May 23,…

Microsoft Account will be mandatory in Windows 11

As Microsoft released Windows 11 first major update after the release, Microsoft adds various additions to the operating system. Alas, there is one addition that might disappoint or even annoying for some users. Like Windows 11 Home Edition, Windows 11 Pro Edition will ask the users to set up their Microsoft account forcibly. When users…

Steam Deck Is Scheduled To Launch In Late February

  After previously delayed, Steam Deck is scheduled to launch on 25 February. However, the order will be limited for those who had reserved before.   Valve stated in the blog post on 27 January that Steam Deck will be available for those who had reserved the purchase on the first batch. Those who had…

Ubisoft To Shutdown Hyper Scape

Ubisoft is going to shut down Hyper Scape, a free-to-play battle royale game that was released less than two years ago. Well, you guys might never hear of this game, since the game is very unpopular. Hyper Scape was first revealed in the summer of 2020, then released shortly after the reveal. The game differs…

Samsung Introduces Samsung Family Hub to Indonesia

Samsung Indonesia introduces Samsung Family Hub, a smart fridge that offers many smart features to Indonesia. There are many “smart” abilities that the users can do in the Family Hub, such as making video call, music streaming, video streaming, web browsing, and many more cooking-related features. Melvin Rubianto, Head of Home Appliances Product Marketing, Samsung…

Call of Duty remains available for PlayStation, at least for now

Activision Blizzard acquisition by Microsoft, and the growing nervous among Playstation’s user. Although Microsoft has acquired Activision Blizzard, it doesn’t make the Call of Duty franchise departs from PlayStation. The reason of this continuation is because Activision respects all the existing agreements, including with Sony. Last week, Microsoft acquired Activision Blizzard on 18 January for…

Indonesian government will use 5G network to support G20 summit

Cooperating with Telkom Group, Indonesian government prepares 5G network connection to support G20 summit. The G20 summit will take place in Bali in October 2022. Kartika Wirjoatmodjo, State-Owned Enterprises Deputy Minister stated that; the 5G network connection would support activities that rely on video streaming for all summit participants. She added “The 5g network will…

Sony Announces PlayStation VR2

Sony starting a new year by announcing the virtual reality system for PlayStation 5 console at CES 2022. This virtual reality system is called PlayStation VR2, the successor of PlayStation VR1. The release’s also include the controller for the VR2, called PlayStation VR2 Sense Controller. Named after the PlayStation 5 controller, DualSense, the successor of…

Many Tech Giants Withdrew from CES 2022

The upcoming annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that will be held for three days, from 5 to 8 January 2022 will probably falling apart as many tech giants decided to withdraw from the event. The tech companies that won’t present at the event are: Amazon, Google, Intel, NVIDIA, Meta, Twitter, and many more. However, despite…

Three Main Pros of Linux

Linux is an open-source operating systems family based on the Linux kernel. Linux was founded back in 1991 by Linus Torvalds. Linux is included within the Linux distributions (known as distro). Linux is released under GNU General Public License (GPL) which is possible for everyone to run, modify, and redistribute the source code, as long…

AMD 3DNow! Retires From Linux

After a decade of being discontinued, the AMD 3DNow! instructions set is completely removed from the Linux kernel. Starting from Linux version 5.17, AMD processors with 3DNow! will no longer run those instructions in Linux operating systems featuring the 5.17 kernel onwards. The removal of 3DNow! kernel code is being done as part of the…

NVIDIA Introduces Three Entry-Level Laptop GPUs

In the announcement published on the NVIDIA official blog, NVIDIA introduces three laptop GPUs, one of them is RTX series GPU, and the rest are MX series GPUs, these announced GPUs are: GeForce RTX 2050, GeForce MX570, and GeForce MX550. These GPUs are targeted at gamers and creators who require more graphic resources. Here are…

Sonic the Hedgehog (1991) Is Coming to Tesla Cars

Sega announced a partnership with Tesla to bring the original Sonic the Hedgehog (1991). The game will be available for newer and old models via the built-in display screen. Here’s the official announcement that was emailed to the SEGAbits team about this port: “Get ready, Sonic fans! SEGA has just announced a partnership with Tesla…

Xbox 360 Version of Halo Will Go Offline

By 13 January 2022, the servers of the Xbox 360 version of Halo will shut down. As a result, the games’ online services will no longer be accessible. Halo Support stated on the tweet. “In January, we will be sunsetting Halo Xbox 360 online services. The affected games will remain playable indefinitely, but some experiences…

iFixit Teams up With Microsoft to Sell the Surface Repair Tools

iFixit announced that the company will work with Microsoft to produce and sell the repair tools for Surface. The repair tools for Surface are now available for purchase directly from iFixit.com. Kyle Wiens, iFixit CEO stated “Microsoft has taken a big step toward making repair accessible to their customers, and their timing is perfect as…

Sony Reportedly Planning to Merge its Game Subscription Services

Sony’s Spartacus Sony took a giant leap to compete with its competitor in gaming console. They reportedly planning to merge its two existing subscription services into a new game subscription service, according to Bloomberg.  The service codenamed Spartacus will allow PlayStation owners to pay a monthly fee for access to a catalogue of modern and classic games….

A Document Reveals Sony’s Plan To Bring PlayStation Now To Mobile Devices

Sony’s plan to bring PlayStation Now to mobile devices A past document reveals Sony’s plan to bring PlayStation Now, its cloud gaming service to mobile devices. The Verge reported that the confidential document from the Epic v. Apple trial shows that Apple had insiders knowledge about Sony’s plan to launch PlayStation Now on iOS and…