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Quake Champions is now permanently free to play

At QuakeCon earlier today, Bethesda announced that Quake Champions, the game it launched as an early access title last year, is now available for free. The game will remain free for the entirety of its existence, giving everyone the chance to play the latest evolution of Quake, the hit shooting game originally launched in 1996

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Resident Evil 2 Remake Premium Edition costs $900, includes Bluetooth keyboard

We’re living in an age over-the-top collector’s editions of video games are a common thing. It’s no surprise to see versions of games costing a couple hundred dollars or more and including anything from mini statues to movie DVDs to a bunch of useless crap. Still, the Premium Edition of the upcoming Resident Evil 2 Remake for Japan is beyond … Continue reading

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Research discovers Android’s open nature leads to devices shipping with vulnerabilities

The Android platform has a reputation for being less than secure, and, despite the system’s advantages and improvements, the situation isn’t getting any better at the rate it should be. New research from security firm Kryptowire has found that a number of Android devices include vulnerabilities right out of the box, including those shipped directly from wireless carriers

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NBCUniversal may give viewers gift cards for streaming its shows

Most video streaming services come in three varieties: free with ads, as a subscription with ads, or as a subscription without ads. NBCUniversal is planning something entirely different, according to a new report, that not only won’t charge for a subscription, but will actively reward viewers who stream content. Planned content reportedly includes NBCU’s own shows and third-party videos

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Tattoos may no longer impact employment potential: study

In Western society, tattoos have long been viewed as a negative when it comes to employment potential, but a new study reveals a change in public opinion.

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This vast hydrogen wall could be the glowing border of our solar system

A vast wall of hydrogen could mark the limits of our solar system, with new analysis of data from the New Horizons probe helping explain our place in the galaxy. The interplanetary spacecraft launched in 2006 as part of NASA’s New Frontier’s program, reaching Pluto in 2015 and then headed out further into the Kuiper belt to eventually beam back … Continue reading

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The Note 9 is an island in a sea of notches and trends

At times, it can feel like the smartphone industry is all sharing the same bucket of ideas. Notched displays, dual camera arrays, and increasingly skinny devices with as few ports as possible: maybe Apple had one idea first, or some other company, but eventually they spread across the board.

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Fortnite Android modders beware: Epic can ban phones forever

Epic Games’ decision to make Fortnite temporarily exclusive to the Galaxy Note 9 isn’t exactly news nor unpopular.

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Ford embraces body tracking tech to make workers more efficient

Ford really wants its workforce to be as efficient and safe as possible during their workday. This week the automaker announced that it was rolling out exoskeletons to some workers that must frequently lift objects above their heads.

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Chrome OS now supports installing arbitrary Linux packages

Samsung recently presented the Galaxy Tab S4 as the ultimate productivity portable device but initial reviews have been rather scathing. Thanks to its timing, Samsung’s premium tablet is being compared to the likes of the cheaper iPad, the cheaper Surface Go, and, closer to home, Chromebooks. The latter, especially, is getting more and more talented and the latest experimental feature … Continue reading

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