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PUBG owners file lawsuit against Fortnite to ‘protect copyright’

PUBG owners file lawsuit against Fortnite to ‘protect copyright’

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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds soared in popularity last year, introducing the battle royale shooter genre to the masses. The popularity of PUBG led Epic Games to introduce its own battle royale mode in Fortnite, a shooter that now dominates Twitch streams and has become one of the most popular games on the planet. PUBG developer Bluehole previously […]

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Kobo announces new 6-inch e-reader with sharper screen

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Kobo has announced a new e-reader called the Clara HD that brings higher-end features down to a lower price point. The Clara HD features a 6-inch 300-ppi E Ink screen — the same sharpness as Kobo’s Aura One and Amazon’s current Kindle Paperwhite — with ComfortLight Pro, which reduces blue-light exposure at night. There’s also […]

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Zack Snyder says his next project is an adaptation of Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead

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The man behind Batman v Superman and Justice League is developing another bleak tale Continue reading…

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Alan Bean, the fourth man to the walk on the Moon, has passed away at 86

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Astronaut Alan Bean died over the weekend at the age of 86. As the lunar module pilot for the Apollo 12 mission, Bean was part of the second crew that landed on the Moon and became the fourth man to walk on the lunar surface. He later commanded the second crewed mission to America’s first […]

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Westworld Spoilers Club season 2, episode 6: Phase Space

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HBO’s science fiction drama Westworld isn’t just known for its talented cast and its philosophical musings about the nature of reality. It’s also become famous for its reveals, from mind-bending bombshells that link two characters to simple pieces of backstory that bring new insight to a storyline. Watching Westworld is like peeling an onion, one […]

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How to listen to every conversation you’ve ever had with your Amazon Echo

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Digital assistants like Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant are designed to learn more about you as they listen, and part of doing so is to record conversations you’ve had with them to learn your tone of voice, prompts, and requests. Recently, this feature-not-a-bug has landed Amazon in a string of bizarre headlines; in March users […]

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The Brainwavz B400 will make you wish your phone had a headphone jack

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Silly brand name, splendid sound Continue reading…

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New Patriot Viper RGB Memory: Up to DDR4-4133

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Customizable RGB LED lighting has become ‘a new black’ for enthusiast-class PCs: virtually all manufacturers of nearly all components for advanced computers have already introduced various devices with customizable RGB lights. Patriot is a little bit late to the RGB party with its Viper RGB memory modules (though it has had Viper LED modules for […]

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London launches world’s first contactless payment scheme for street performers

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Here’s a casualty of the cashless society you might not have previously thought of: the humble street performer. After all, if more of us are paying our way with smartphones and contactless cards, how can we give spare change to musicians on the subway? London has one solution: a new scheme that outfits performers with […]

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Pandora matches Spotify and Apple Music with new $15-a-month family plan

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Pandora is launching a new Premium Family plan that gives up to six users unlimited music streaming for $15 a month. The deal matches the price of family plans from Spotify and Apple Music, which offer access for to up to five and six individuals respectively. With Pandora’s Premium Family plan each user has to […]

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