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Get 15 percent off of any purchase today at Rakuten

Get 15 percent off of any purchase today at Rakuten

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Rakuten is hosting a site-wide sale that ends later today at 11:59PM PT. The promotion knocks 15 percent off of any purchase with offer code SAVE15, allowing up to $50 to be knocked off of your final shopping cart cost. We’ve successfully applied the coupon to expensive products, like the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil, […]

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Watch a mouthy Venom call someone a turd in the latest trailer

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Sony has released a fresh trailer for its upcoming Venom movie, a cautionary tale about what happens when you fail to treat your parasites. Venom stars Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock, the anti-hero to Riz Ahmed’s Dr. Carlton Drake, a sort of mad genius-slash-corporate villain trying to cheat nature and achieve self-guided human evolution via […]

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The ASRock B450 Gaming ITX/ac and B450 Gaming K4 Motherboard Reviews

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With the launch of the new AMD B450 budget focused chipset, we’re taking a look at two gaming branded ASRock motherboards; the B450 Gaming ITX/ac and the Fatal1ty B450 Gaming K4. Both models look to offer good value for money to gamers on a strict budget but don’t need features such as NVIDIA SLI multi-graphics […]

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YouTube will produce original shows for viewers in Mexico, India, Japan, and more

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YouTube is making more original shows for international markets like Japan, France, India, Germany, and Mexico, an executive told Reuters last Friday. The move comes as YouTube looks for more paying subscribers in less saturated markets for its YouTube Premium service (formally known as YouTube Red). YouTube plans to make music documentaries, scripted shows, reality […]

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Google bans Android phones from having three or more notches

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Google is building official notch support into Android P, but it’s laying down some ground rules first: two notches is the limit. In a blog post for developers yesterday, Android UI product manager Megan Potoski wrote that Google is working with device partners “to mandate a few requirements” for app compatibility purposes. Among those are […]

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The Chuwi HiGame PC is a cheaper, noisier mini gaming rig

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Earlier this year, Intel released its eighth-generation NUC, an incredibly compact PC that still managed to pack enough power to run AAA and VR gaming titles at playable frame rates. But the downside to the NUC is largely its cost — for the price of the NUC, which could run more than $1,500 with the […]

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Lyft will pay you $550 to ditch your car for a month

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Lyft is raising the stakes in its mission to dominate all modes of transportation in major cities. Starting in August, the ride-hailing company will offer 100 residents of Chicago $550 each in credit to Lyft and several other mobility services if they ditch their personal vehicles for a month. It’s a bold, if slightly gimmicky, […]

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Analyzing B450 for AMD Ryzen: A Quick Look at 25+ Motherboards

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One of the secondary stories from Computex was that AMD and its partners were set to launch a new generation of mid-range chipsets and motherboards with the new lower-power version of the chipset. The B450 chipset is the direct successor to B350, with lower power and features such as Precision Boost 2, XFR2, and StoreMI support. […]

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iPhone dual-SIM references discovered in latest iOS 12 beta

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Rumors of a dual-SIM iPhone first emerged earlier this year, and now Apple’s own iOS 12 is backing up the reports. A new “iPhone X Plus” is rumored to include a 6.5-inch OLED display and dual-SIM support in certain regions. 9to5Mac reports that iOS 12 developer beta 5, released yesterday, includes references to dual-SIM support. […]

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All those Bigfoot erotica jokes are helping normalize white supremacy

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The internet has long been a place where we’re free to indulge our seediest desires, a playground where letting your freak flag fly isn’t just acceptable, but practically expected. But as that space has become a more and more integral part of our daily lives, it’s also become increasingly common for some of those private […]

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