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It’s time to stop pre-ordering video games (again)

Another controversy swept the gaming industry recently. If you missed it, I’m not sure how, but just in case you did, here’s a quick rundown: Electronic Arts and DICE crossed a line for many gamers yet again, tying Star Wars: Battlefront 2’s progression system to a loot box feature that is unquestionably too greedy. The response from players was quick … Continue reading

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The UFC’s big bet to keep fighters fighting

This article contains images of violence that may upset or offend. If you're curious about what the world's preeminent mixed martial arts competition is like but did not pay as much as several thousand dollars for Madison Square Garden seats l...

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Destiny 2 PC is the new port gold standard

Bungie has been away from the PC game for quite some time. The last Bungie title to launch on PC was Halo 2 way back in 2004, but porting duties were largely handled by a team within Microsoft Game Studios.

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Google Lens app download out for Pixel and rooted Android

Google Lens was made available to Android devices this week through Google Photos. This app within an app, as it might appear, isn’t available to just anyone – only those savvy enough to root their device and install the files through the back door. As always with this sort of thing, I must warn the average user that this process … Continue reading

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Designing the technology of ‘Blade Runner 2049’

This article contains spoilers for 'Blade Runner 2049' There's a scene in Blade Runner 2049 that takes place in a morgue. K, an android "replicant" played by Ryan Gosling, waits patiently while a member of the Los Angeles Police Department inspects...

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Pokemon GO Event taps hopeful trainers: Top Snaps

Today we’re having a peek at some of the most excellent entries in the newest update to Pokemon GO.

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Why Google Pixel 1 may become Priceless

Today we found out that the Pixel 2 does not have the exact same “Unlimited Google Photos Uploads at Original Quality” deal that came with the first-generation Pixel. One year after launch, I remain positively shocked that Google’s continued their Unlimited Google Photos Uploads at Original Quality deal with the original Google Pixel, to be entirely honest

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Blade Runner 2049 Review Round-up: Critics say its better than the original

This morning the first round of Blade Runner 2049 reviews were released with an almost-purely-positive set of reactions. The difference between the original and the sequel seems to be in the age they each reflect. Like every great and true science fiction movie, Blade Runner and Blade Runner 2049 seem to perfectly encapsulate the future of the world we live … Continue reading

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See Saturn’s beauty as Cassini crashes into it

A 13-year journey ends this week as Cassini–Huygens crashes into the face of Saturn – and we get to see it all happen. At the end of this journey, NASA is celebrating with an E-Book called “The Saturn System : Through the Eyes of Cassini.” This E-Book was made free this week, and from it we’ve got a few passages … Continue reading

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Galaxy Note 8 preorder sales beat 7 (so far)

As of the publication of this article, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 has out-sold every Galaxy Note smartphone before it. Over this same period of time (since announcement), more people have pre-ordered the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 than any other smartphone in the Galaxy Note lineup.

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