The Morning After: An Early Look at Logitech’s New Gaming Handheld

Earlier this month, Logitech said it was working on a gaming handheld to connect to your favorite cloud gaming service. Now leaked images of them have danced their way across the internet. The image looks like a slimmer Steam Deck (or Switch), showing icons for Xbox, GeForce Now, and Steam, as well as Chrome and YouTube. On the one hand, it’s a lot like so many of those clip-on brackets that fit your existing smartphone, like the . On the other hand, if this provides an affordable way to play AAA titles on the go while preserving your smartphone’s battery life, Logitech could sell a bundle. (And while you’re waiting for it to launch, you can always do that, since Logitech upgraded that one, too.)

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The disc model now weighs the same as the digital model at launch.

The PlayStation 5 was famous at launch, which was a problem for the company that made it (and those who supplied it). But the Sony that put the console on its feet is starting to pay off, with an updated model. The new digital version is 200 grams lighter than its predecessor and the disc version has dropped 300 grams. That means the disc model weighs the same as the digital model when the console made its debut. We shouldn’t expect a PS5 smart anytime soon, but it gives us hope that Sony is working hard to make one a reality.

Make the most of your return to school.

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I get it – the easiest and most convenient thing to do when you’re in a dorm is watch TV on your phone. But let’s face it, your eyes (and ears) deserve better, and there are plenty of decent, affordable options to enhance your home entertainment time. Ours has a ton of good TVs, streaming sticks and audio gear to do what you need without breaking the bank.

Employees said the company is not doing enough to address harmful content.

A comprehensive report details Twitter’s plans to launch its own . However, the project ran out of buffers because the company was unable to implement an effective enough system to filter out CSAM and other non-consensual parts of images. Twitter insiders said the filtering platform is outdated, inefficient, and unsuited to keeping the platform safe for users in general. The company responded, saying the report does not reflect where the platform is now, and it has stepped up its efforts to address CSAM on its platform.

It is presented as an alternative to the Glorious GMMK Pro.

Image of Drop's new Glorious disturbing mechanical keyboard.


Don’t believe the haters who keep telling you to stop using them in the library – mechanical keyboards are cool. And Drop launches its . Very similar to the Glorious GMMK Pro, the 75 is a 75 percent tenkeyless deck with Holy Panda X switches, DCX keycapa, and a dial. Be warned, although Drop normally strives for affordability, a pre-built version will set you back $349 or $399 depending on the color you choose.

Two telescopes are better than one.

Composite image of the Phantom Galaxy taken by both the Hubble and Webb space telescopes.

NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope

This is a new image of the Phantom Galaxy (M74), 32 million light-years from Earth. The image offers an unprecedented look at a spiral galaxy that first enchanted astronomers in 1780. What’s even cooler is that the image is a composite, collecting data from both the brand new James Webb and the very old Hubble space telescopes. It’s a testament to Hubble’s longevity, Webb’s enhanced strength, and the value of friendship and teamwork.

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