December 5, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

Philip B. Crosby invented the concept of the ‘elevator pitch’ in the 80’s, and it quickly became popular in the business world​​. Today it is commonly used as a strategic tool for initial meetings. It has become so popular in fact that business schools, such as Harvard, include how-to information in their course curriculum and on their website to help people create and evaluate elevator pitches.Eureka June 6, 2017 by EUREKATo read this article in full, please click herePowered by WPeMatico

December 5, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

WWE 2K18 is coming to Nintendo Switch this week. 2K announced the release date, stating physical and digital versions of the game will be released starting December 6, as the “release date may vary by territory.” Players who preordered the physical version will receive two playable versions of Kurt Angle; one with his American Hero persona and one with his Wrestling Machine persona. Players buying digital versions will also be able to download them for free until December 13. WWE 2K18 will feature a host of DLC options for the Switch release, including a Season Pass, a New Moves Pack, bundles of new…

December 5, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

The Game Awards 2017 in only a few days away and you’ll be able to watch the event right here on IGN. Just like prior years, The Game Awards 2017 will feature a number of exciting reveals and announcements, including the official gameplay debut of PUBG’s upcoming desert map. In addition to a roundup of all the winners—see the list of nominees here—you’ll be able to catch all of the news as it breaks right here on IGN. Read on for a rundown of when, where, and how to watch this year’s big video game awards show. Continue reading…Powered by WPeMatico

December 5, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

Qualcomm is invading Intel’s turf, announcing Windows PCs that use the same Snapdragon chips as your phone and can last well into a second day of use. On Tuesday at its Snapdragon Technology Forum, Qualcomm showed off its Snapdragon 835 Mobile PC Platform on a HP Envy x2 tablet and an Asus NovaGo ultrabook. Both run on the company’s Snapdragon 835—yes, the same processor (and cellular modem) inside popular phones like the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.Qualcomm uses its success with smartphones to justify its foray into PCs. You demand all-day performance from your phone, while it’s constantly connected to the Internet. Why…

December 5, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

Get your phones ready because Android Oreo is finally here. But its name isn’t the only thing that’s sweet about Android 8. While it might not be as jam-packed with features as prior Android releases, Android Oreo has plenty of features that make it a must-download, from picture-in-picture to notification changes that will help you keep annoying alerts at bay. And now Android 8.1 has arrived to bring even more awesome features and enhancements. So bring your sweet tooth because there’s a lot to chew on.And you don’t need a Nexus or Pixel phone anymore to enjoy it. The first non-Google…

December 5, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

Anyone who owns a smartphone knows that you need a way to recharge it when you’re on the go. The most versatile way to ensure power away from an outlet is to carry a trusty battery pack. If you own a modern Android phone, that portable charger probably needs to support USB-C. (See our Best power banks of 2017 roundup if USB-C is not a requirement and our roundup of USB car chargers if you spend a lot of time in a vehicle.)To read this article in full, please click herePowered by WPeMatico

December 5, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

Blade & Soul’s newest update brings a new area, level cap raise, and more. The Dawn of the Lost Continent update arrives Wednesday, December 6 and immediately raises the level cap from 50 to 55 and increases the Hongmoon level cap to 25. Part of the new level cap are Hongmoon Ultimate Skills, “class-specific attacks of pure destruction.” Hitting the new level cap unlocks them. The update also expands the Blade & Soul storyline, adding an eighth act sending players “on a mission to awaken Jinsoyun.” There are also four new heroic dungeons in the new area, as well as…

December 5, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

Nintendo is releasing remastered Wii games including Super Mario Galaxy and The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess in 1080p for the Nvidia Shield in China. Industry insider ZhugeEX tweeted the news earlier today, revealing that Nvidia’s Android powered Shield Tablet would be releasing in China complete with a small batch of remastered Wii Classics. As well as the aforementioned Mario Galaxy and The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, the Shield will also get 1080p remasters of Punch Out!! And New Super Mario Brothers Wii. Nvidia Shield is coming to Mainland China. Continue reading…Powered by WPeMatico

December 5, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

Buying a budget graphics card just got trickier. AMD and its partners quietly began selling Radeon RX 560 cards with fewer compute units and stream processors than originally advertised, without changing the name or otherwise identifying the lesser-powered model in any way. But here’s the kicker: The Radeon RX 560s you can find in stores are a mix of the full-fat version and the cut-down version.Ick.When the Radeon RX 560 launched in April it was the only RX 500-series card with a meaningful under-the-hood tech boost compared to the RX 400-series. The graphics processor in the older RX 460 cards…

December 5, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

If you’ve been using motion controls in Nintendo Switch games, it should be a more pleasant experience after today. The latest Nintendo Switch update, 4.1.0 doesn’t change much beyond the usual stability improvements, but Nintendo singles out the console’s motion controls as a point of improvement. The patch notes don’t tell us any more than that this fixes “an issue that caused motion controls to respond incorrectly”. While the Switch has dialed back on Nintendo’s recent all-in approach to pad waggling, its biggest games still use it to some degree, with both Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey…