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Alabama Historians Say The Last Known Slave Ship Has Been Found
The Clotilda carried 110 people from present-day Benin to the shores of Mobile in 1860, despite the import of slaves being illegal. Researchers told their descendants about the discovery first.

Acer's Nitro 5 and Swift 3 laptops pack the latest AMD Ryzen processors
Acer isn't just sticking to Intel for chips in its latest laptops. The company has rolled out versions of its Nitro 5 gaming laptop and Swift 3 thin-and-light that pack second-generation Ryzen Mobile processors. The 15.6-inch Nitro 5 (above) carries a 2.3GHz …

Alabama Historians: The Last Known Slave Ship Has Been Found
A family tree listing the descendants of Charlie Lewis, who was brought from Africa to the United States on the slave ship Clotilda. The captain burned the ship to conceal evidence of the illegal smuggling trip.

Congratulations to the finalists of the Indie Games Showcase from Google Play
Back in March we opened submissions for the Indie Games Showcase, an international competition for games studios from Europe*, South Korea, and Japan who are constantly pushing the boundaries of storytelling, visual excellence, and creativity in mobile.We we…

The Wreckage of the Last Known Slave Ship From Africa Has Been Found Near Alabama
Researchers in Alabama have located the wreck of the last ship known to bring enslaved people from Africa to the U.S., officials said

Acer updates two notebook lines with Ryzen processors - CNET
AMD's mobile processor is landing in Acer's Nitro 5 and Swift 3.

Acer Updates Nitro 5 And Swift 3 Laptops With 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen Mobile
Today Acer is announcing some updates to some of their AMD lineup, with the Acer Nitro 5 gaming laptop and Acer Swift 3 both being refreshed with the latest AMD Ryzen Mobile processors. We’ve taken a look at both the Nitro 5 and Swift 3 previous with the Ryze…

Tencent & Riot Games Is Reportedly Developing a Mobile Version of 'League of Legends'
According to reports, Tencent and Riot Games are currently working on a mobile version of League of Legends. Despite being considered one of the biggest desktop-based games, Riot is looking to diversify its market by branching its multiplayer online battle ar…

Google unveils a fresh new look for Search on mobile devices
Google unveiled a new look and feel today for the way it presents Google Search results on mobile, and the update has been regarded in a few corners now as somewhat News Feed-like. It's easy to see why that's the case, as the search giant's changes include pu…

Steam Chat for Android released as separate app
Steam is popular for being an effective digital distribution platform for thousands of games today. If you want to download a new game, head on to Steam and see if it’s available for any of your gaming console. The platform isn’t easily accessible on Android …

Immigration Nightmare: How Global Entry Saved Me Hours At SFO on Monday
Some travelers have wondered whether Global Entry is still worth the cost, especially with Mobile Passport being quick and easy. My experience going through immigration in San Francisco on Monday night reinforced my answer: Yes, it is! After spending a couple…

Tor Browser 8.5 ready for download, more stable than ever
Tor Browser released an Alpha version for Android devices last year. We haven’t heard any update yet until today as Tor Browser 8.5 is revealed. This version can now be downloaded from the Google Play Store but you can also get them straight from F-Droid acco…

Huawei’s phones get dropped from carriers worldwide
Huawei’s mobile phone business has been torpedoed by the US government’s decision to ban Google from doing any business with it. Even as the firm has been granted a 90-day reprieve to dot their i’s and cross their t’s carriers worldwide are taking action. Hua…

Sony to withdraw mobile business from India as company continues to lose money
In addition to India, Sony will also withdraw its mobile business from other global markets such as Australia, Mexico, Africa, Canada, and Middle East, which are being referred to as ‘non-focus’ and ‘defocused’ regions by the company.

ARM Bails On Huawei, Clouding Future Of Its Mobile Chips
Chip designer ARM has also severed ties with Huawei, having instructed its employees to halt “all active contracts, support entitlements, and any pending engagements” with the phone maker. [ Continue reading this over at ]

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