Project xCloud: we start from USA, UK and Korea

European and Italian users probably wanted to hear other words from Microsoft. The Redmond home, in fact, has made it known that the public tests of Project xCloud, its new platform of streaming for games, they will initially be accessible only in the US, UK and Korea. Interested parties can now register to take part in the tests. The Redmond company has not announced any specific date for the launch of the Project xCloud public beta phase but the tests, however, will begin next October. read more

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Mac Pro: will be produced in the USA

After weeks of rumors and attacks veiled by US President Donald Trump, Apple confirms its willingness to produce the new Mac Pro within the stars and stripes territory. As with the previous generation, the cylindrical Mac Pro, the new professional desktop will be built in the Austin, Texas facilities. read more

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Twitter, "hide answer" function in the USA

Still missing several useful features to Twitter, loudly requested by users. For example, the one that allows you to send voice messages via DM, a feature that Facebook users can use for a long time, and the one that allows hide the answers to your tweets. To the delight of those who "chirp", this latter function is now being tested in Japan and the United States. read more

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Huawei appeals to the American media – “Do not believe everything you hear”

The Chinese are opting for peaceful resolution of conflicts and have decided to respond to the United States on allegations of espionage, quite a specific advertisement placed on the entire page of the Thursday edition of The Wall Street Journal. It is an open letter to all American media.

The whole was accompanied by a rather eloquent slogan “Do not believe everything you hear.” Huawei encourages you to be convinced of the truth with your own eyes and not to trust any information provided by any media. The advertisement was signed by the management director of Huawei, Catherine Chen. read more

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