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The NES Classic is back: here’s where you can pick one up

The NES Classic is back: here’s where you can pick one up

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Bad news for eBay sellers, good news for everyone else Continue reading…

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The Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S Review: Fantastic Overall Value

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As Xiaomi is doubling down on its presence in Europe, we’re reviewing the MIX 2S – a larger phone that’s directly competing with the likes of the Galaxy S9+. Xiaomi is known to offer excellent hardware at very competitive prices, and as we’ll see, while the MIX 2S isn’t perfect in every aspect, it’s a […]

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Five newspaper staff killed by man who sued them for covering his online threats and harassment

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A man who stalked a woman through Facebook, then spent years harassing the journalists who covered his case, shot and killed several employees of the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland on Thursday. The suspect opened fire on the Capital Gazette offices in the afternoon, and he was apprehended by police after injuring multiple staff members […]

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Wolfenstein II on the Switch is the best way to kill Nazis on the go

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When the Nintendo Switch first debuted, I marveled at the ability to play a vast open world like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild both in my living room and on the go. Sixteen months into the console’s life and the novelty still hasn’t worn off. The latest such game to inspire those […]

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Corsair Takes Over Gaming, Video Capture, & Docking Assets from Elgato

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Corsair and Elgato this week have announced that the two companies have entered into an interesting agreement that will see Corsair acquire a significant chunk of Elgato’s product families, while the rest of Elgato continues on in a new direction and under a new name. Corsair for its part is picking up the game streaming […]

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Verizon is shutting down its original video app Go90

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Verizon is shutting down its original video app Go90 on July 31st, according to a report from Variety. The app derived its name from the process of turning a smartphone from the vertical orientation to a horizontal one, presumably to watch longer-form video content like television shows and shorts that Verizon hoped would make its […]

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This flying ‘dragon’ drone can change shape in midair

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Researchers at the University of Tokyo’s JSK Lab have developed a “dragon drone,” made up of several small drones and capable of transforming on the fly, as reported by IEEE. Not only can the drone change into different shapes, like a square or curved line, it can also autonomously decide what shape it needs to […]

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Apple to reportedly get its OLED displays from LG to reduce reliance on Samsung

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Apple may soon be using LG as an alternative supplier for its OLED panels used in its iPhone X devices, anonymous sources told Bloomberg. Having LG as a secondary supplier will help the tech giant source OLED displays more quickly and cut costs. Previously, Apple solely relied on Samsung to supply its OLED displays, meaning […]

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Harlan Ellison, one of science fiction’s most controversial authors, has died

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The science fiction genre has lost one of its greatest — and most controversial — authors. Harlan Ellison, who wrote and edited groundbreaking sci-fi anthologies, short stories, and television episodes, died at the age of 84, according to his wife, via an associate. Ellison was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1934, and published his first […]

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Former Pixar employee details how the company’s rampant sexism went far beyond John Lasseter

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When John Lasseter, Pixar’s former chief creative officer, left the esteemed animation studio in early June 2018, the public word on his transgressions were vague. Lasseter reportedly had “missteps” that made some people feel “disrespected and uncomfortable.” Today, a former Pixar employee has detailed how things at Pixar have been, and it’s much worse than […]

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