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Expect the big Apple oust of Intel in Macs from 2020 says analyst

Apple’s big Mac switch from Intel chips to its own processors won’t be happening any time soon, and could end up seeing the Cupertino firm shift its silicon dependence from one firm to another. That’s the prediction from one Apple analyst, riffing on long-standing rumors that the company aims to oust Intel from at least some of its laptops and … Continue reading

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Pokemon Let’s Go trailer introduces Master Trainers

As of today, we’re exactly four weeks out from the launch Pokemon Let’s Go.

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Your Samsung Galaxy phone probably needs an update

Software delivered to your Android (Samsung Galaxy in this case) smartphone can be confusing – so today we’re breaking down what’s most recent to your device. This set of updates includes a Samsung Galaxy S7 October security patch update, an October 20th security patch for the Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy Note 8 security patch update, Galaxy S9 security patch update, … Continue reading

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The biggest organism on Earth is dying

It may look like a simple forest, albeit a huge one, but the Pando aspen clone is actually one vast organism, and the bad news is that it’s dying. Spread across more than 100 screws in Aspen, the forest – also known as “the Trembling Giant” – is in fact all interconnected by a single root system, and has lasted … Continue reading

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Jurassic piranha fossils shed light on prehistoric flesh-eating fish

A new study from an international team of researchers has detailed a Jurassic piranha-like fish that had long, pointy teeth capable of chomping through flesh. The ancient species is the earliest found example of a fish that ate flesh, ones that were found to attack other fish in the same areas as modern piranhas.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 rumored PC version surfaces once again

Two years after it was first announced, Red Dead Redemption 2 is poised to launch next week. Throughout these past two years, Rockstar fans who claim PC as their primary gaming platform have been hoping that the company would announce a PC version of RDR 2, but with the Xbox One and PS4 launches practically staring us in the face, … Continue reading

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YouTube TV gives subscribers one-week credit after outage

On October 16, YouTube experienced an outage that affected all of its users, including YouTube Music and YouTube TV customers. Though the sites weren’t down for long before being restored, Google is offering a one-week service credit for YouTube TV customers who were impacted. A new support page has been created where customers can redeem their credit.

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BepiColombo spacecraft launch will kick off seven-year Mercury mission

The European Space Agency is preparing to launch the BepiColombo spacecraft as part of a mission to study Mercury. The ESA has been preparing for the launch for weeks, including a series of rehearsals that took place earlier this month. The spacecraft is currently scheduled to launch from French Guiana at 9:45PM ET tonight

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PowerA Nintendo Switch ‘Diablo 3’ controller arrives at GameStop

PowerA has unveiled a new wireless controller for the Nintendo Switch that features Diablo 3 artwork. The controllers will be available exclusively through game retailer GameStop, which is now accepting preorders for the model.

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SiriusXM gives Amazon Echo owners three free months of service

Satellite radio company SiriusXM is hoping to lure in new subscribers by offering Amazon Echo owners three free months of service. The new promotion is open to all Echo devices, such as the Echo Dot and Echo Show. There is a big catch, though, that’ll leave some device owners out of luck.

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