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River Bank 51,200mAh stackable powerbank can jump start a car

EcoFlow Tech is seeking funding for River Bank, a powerbank with a huge 51,200mAh capacity, support for wireless charging, a car jump starter, and more. River Bank blows away most competing external batteries, offering the capacities and features necessary for remote backpacking, camping, emergency car kits, and other demanding situations. The product has raised more than a million dollars on … Continue reading

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Netflix on Chromecast gets show intro skipping support

Netflix has been pushing out a bunch of relatively minor but welcomed updates over the last couple weeks, not the least of which is newly added support for skipping introductions on shows via Chromecast. The skip intro button has already been made available on most other platforms that support Netflix, such as smart TVs, enabling users to bypass long or … Continue reading

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No Man’s Sky multiplayer, Xbox One details announced

No Man’s Sky was a game that showed a lot of promise and made even more. Like many promises, some of those were not kept, or at least that’s how players felt. The game that mashed up multiple genres into a galactic-sized persistent world was off to a rocky start after enjoying a period of pre-launch hype

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Halo: Fireteam Raven ain’t your grandfather’s arcade cabinet

Retro is the in thing in gaming these days and everyone has a unique spin to them. Nintendo, for example, started miniaturizing its iconic home consoles.

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Elon Musk’s Boring Company reveals exciting ambitions

Christening a drilling company “The Boring Company” is both the worst way to name a baby and also a stroke of genius at the same time. The tongue-in-cheek but totally official and legal name belies Musk’s ambitions to get rid of the bane of his existence: LA traffic jams. At a press conference held, almost by fate, at the Leo … Continue reading

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Minecraft Aquatic update Phase One arrives with a ton of new items

The first phase (“Phase One”) of the Minecraft Aquatic Update has been released, Mojang has announced. The update is called Phase One due to the update’s planned two-part release.

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Instagram update adds post resharing to Stories

Instagram is making it easier to flesh out your Instagram Stories, adding the ability to quickly share something there directly from the feed. The new feature further blurs the lines between the traditional Instagram timeline, and the more recently-introduced, ephemeral stories

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Nintendo Switch eShop has a huge week ahead of it

With the arrival of another Thursday comes a new batch of games for the Nintendo Switch eShop. In recent months, many of the weekly updates to the Switch eShop have been fairly tame, but this week’s update definitely takes things to another level. There are a bunch of great games hitting the eShop this week, so let’s dive into the … Continue reading

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OnePlus 6 wallpapers detailed: Painted by Hampus Olsson

The creator of the OnePlus 6’s various eye-exploding wallpapers spoke up today on his process. These wallpapers are available for download – outside the phone, too.

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NASA study looks at human activity and freshwater changes

NASA has published the results of a study that used satellite observations to look at the locations where human activity is changing freshwater sources. The study also looked at the cause of that change. The study found that Earth’s wet land areas are getting wetter and dry areas are getting drier due to several factors.

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