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CDC warns free workplace food is driving unhealthy eating

Researchers with the CDC recently conducted a study that found free workplace food may be a major contributor to unhealthy diets.

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Kid-focused Fitbit Ace hits shelves worldwide

A few months back, Fitbit announced and opened pre-orders for its first kid-focused fitness tracker. Dubbed the Fitbit Ace, this new device wants to get kids motivated to put down the screens for a little while and go get some exercise. Today, the Fitbit Ace is launching worldwide, landing at many of the biggest retailers here in the US

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Fortnite v4.4 update removes a much-hated item and adds a new gun

It’s time for yet another weekly Fortnite update, and while this one doesn’t make a ton of changes to the game, it does make more than last week’s patch. Players can look forward to a new gun that’ll make it easier to locate hidden enemies and chests as well as the return of two popular limited-time game modes

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Fallout Shelter now on Nintendo Switch, PS4

The Fallout franchise is one of those games that aren’t exactly household names but have definitely amassed a faithful following to have been going for years, approaching two decades even. Over time, it has grown from its PC roots to other gaming platforms but it was only with Fallout Shelter that the franchise broke out into mobile

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Fallout 76 confirmed as an online game, out later this year

We knew that Fallout 76 was going to be the main attraction at Bethesda’s E3 press conference, and the company certainly didn’t disappoint in that regard. Bethesda’s Todd Howard took the stage to talk at length about Fallout 76 tonight, and in doing so, he gave us a much better idea of what to expect from the game. He also … Continue reading

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The Elder Scrolls: Blades is an ambitious mobile game that goes beyond mobile

Mobile gaming is crazy big these days. Just look at the number of companies scrambling to make the perfect gaming phone. But the mobile gaming experience isn’t always what it cracked up to be, save for a few standout titles

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Pixel 3 to have these features after all

Nearly half-way through the year, we’re basically left waiting for only two more premium smartphones: Apple’s new iPhones and, of course, Google’s third-generartion Pixel phones. Uncharacteristically, we seem to know more about the 2018 iPhones than the Pixel 3.

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OnePlus 6 can boot any image even with locked bootloader

What use is having a lock when you leave the door wide open anyway. That’s the puzzle that OnePlus 6 owners are now facing after it was discovered how the phone may be fundamentally insecure right at the very gates

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This is Paladins on Nintendo Switch

Paladins, a hero shooter not entirely unlike Overwatch, is making its way to Nintendo Switch soon. The currently free-to-play title will land on the Switch next week, according to a new announcement trailer released by developer Hi-Rez Studios. When it arrives, it’ll support some form of cross-platform play too, which is always exciting

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At WWDC, watchOS 5 paves way to Apple smart glasses

Apple’s message at WWDC 2018 that we’re too attached to our iPhone seems, for a company the fortunes of which are so closely tied to its smartphone, a strange one.

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