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Is Fallout 76 Written by the New Vegas Writer?

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If he were secretly working on the game, it would make more sense for him to ignore fan questions and avoid addressing it publicly until given the go-ahead by Bethesda. Vault 76 was set to open after 20 years after the bomb droppings. It shows a shiny Fallout world that hints a lot about what we might see in the final game. Read More »

Canon officially ends sales of film cameras

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Canon has announced it will no longer sell film cameras. The 1V was the last in a line going back over 8 decades and represented the pinnacle of Canon's film cameras. Even though Canon is calling it quits, competitors like Nikon are still producing and selling film cameras as well (at least for now). Although Canon is ending sales of the 1V, it's extending repairs for the camera through October 31st, 2025 - after October 31st, 2020, however, repairs may be refused if the necessary parts ... Read More »

Experts told why the Samsung Galaxy X should not be flexible

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The phone is powered a 1.6GHz octa-core SoC, coupled with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of inbuilt storage. On the front, the phone gets a 8-megapixel front camera with f/1.9 aperture. Samsung has also added features such as Advanced Memory Management, Samsung Mall, Dual Apps, App Pair and Adaptive Wi-Fi onto the smartphone. A 5.5-inch HD display based phone which has Super AMOLED panel (the only thing good about it). Read More »

Here's everything you need to know about the Lego Technic Bugatti Chiron

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Developed in partnership with Bugatti, the model is claimed to encapsulate the magic and elegance of the hypercar in Lego Technic form, as well as delivering a unique, authentic build experience for auto and Lego fans alike. Delivered in luxurious box packaging. Well, that is until the Lego Technic team stepped in; now, the masses can afford Bugatti's latest ultra-luxe supercar - some assembly required, of course. Read More »

Motorola One Power leaks shows a notch and Android One in force

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The bezels on both the sides and top are nearly non-existent, while there sits a slim chin with the Motorola branding. To the top, we have the notch. Given that the Moto X5 was rumored to be launching soon and then more recently rumored to have been cancelled, it's not clear if the One Power is a re-branded version of that project or a separate phone entirely. Read More »

Samsung Note 9 to get upgraded camera

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The smartphone was revealed by and Indian telecom retailer from Mumbai, yesterday that showcased the phone in its boxing and mentioned that this is part of Samsung's Make in India effort. Galaxy J4 provides an adjustable front LED flash, which helps to capture better selfies by adjusting the LED flash as per the ambient lighting conditions. Read More »

Nintendo On Par To Release Two New Pokemon Let's Go Titles

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Maybe the most interesting aspect of this pair of games is its connectivity with the popular Pokemon Go mobile game. But Pokemon Quest can be enjoyed from the comfort of home. At the announcement, the Pokemon Company called the art style of the Pokemon , Pokexel. The game is set in Tumblecube Island where tons of pixelated Generation 1 Pokemon roams the area. Read More »

Here's What We Will Learn About Anthem at E3 2018

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That's right, we're delivering an unseen trailer that delves into the unsafe world of Anthem . This isn't the first time the publisher has teased fans with Anthem content, as the news for the new combat trailer comes days after Anthem's official Twitter posted a mysterious message, alluding to new content for the highly anticipated game. Read More »

Facebook Removing Trending News Section From Home Page

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The quality of news on Facebook has been called into question after alleged Russian operatives, for-profit spammers and others spread false reports on the site, including during the 2016 USA election campaign. While Facebook got attention for the problems the trending section had - perhaps because it seemed popular with journalists - neither its existence nor its removal makes much difference in regards to Facebook's broader problems with news. Read More »

Google launches app for neighbourhood communities in India

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The tech giant released its latest Community Q&A app for India similar to Google Local Guides but as a live Q&A, solution app to help users get quick answers. The app works in English and eight Indian languages. Finally, the app tries to foster responsible behavior and a sense of community by requiring users to sign a 'Neighbourly Promise', before granting them access. Read More »

The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is dead, last auto heading to auction

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But what to do with the last one? Bidding, you imagine, could be busy. You might be wondering why the Demon isn't that promised Viper Red. The winning bidder at the June 20-23 Barrett-Jackson Northeast Auction, held at the Mohegan Sun Resort in Uncasville, Connecticut, takes home a combined 1,485 horsepower: the 840-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Demon - the industry's first and only purpose-built, street-legal production drag auto with the most powerful production V8 engine and ... Read More »

World Cup 2018 Gets PlayStation VR Treatment Via BBC App

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The UHD stream will be available from the iPlayer homescreen from as soon as the programme coverage begins until trial capacity is reached for that match. As expected, the BBC will be utilising its hybrid-log gamma (HLG) technology, which was an HDR format specifically designed for broadcast television. Read More »

Jeep 2018-2022 Roadmap Officially Revealed: 8 PHEVs, Diesels Dead

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Under Sergio Marchionne's five-year strategy to drastically boost Jeep sales , the automaker will launch the baby SUV by 2022 and price it at just below $20,000. Today, Jeep has announced it will launch two new products each year from now until 2022, and will have 10 PHEVs and four battery-electric vehicles by that year. Read More »

Canon just stopped selling its last film camera

This 35mm SLR, released in 2000 , represented a shift in camera body design for the camera king. In fact, Canon announced that it had stopped producing new EOS-1V cameras eight years ago. It's nearly like people don't really want film cameras anymore. Those who are feeling suddenly nostalgic, you can likely pick one up used fairly easily (though this news might bump up their premium a bit), and I'm sure the inevitable Kickstarter project to revive the technology can't be too far off, ... Read More »

Bugatti Chiron Lego Technic kit is amazingly detailed

The Bugatti Chiron LEGO Technic set is absolutely incredible. The wait is nearly over as the reveal will take place today at the new Lego House in Billund, Denmark where Lego's CEO together with Bugatti president, Stephan Winkelmann, will take the wraps off the new Lego Technic set carrying the number 42083. Read More »

'Fortnite' is finally coming to the Nintendo Switch

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The leaked document, supposedly coming from an employee involved with making the E3 displays, was originally posted on 4chan and later reported by the likes of Kotaku and gamesradar but nothing concrete has come to light and Epic Games has not commented. Read More »

Intel unveils Optane DC Persistent Memory

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The product line, which goes by the name Optane DC persistent memory , is now sampling and will be shipped to select customers later this year, with general availability slated for 2019. It's called Optane DC persistent memory, and like a standard stick of RAM, the modules fit into the same DDR4 slots. Although the modules are pin-compatible with DDR4 DIMMs, there may be other hardware compatibility issues to contend with. Read More »

Facebook kills troubled 'trending' topics feature

Facebook said that the module accounted for less than 1.5% of the clicks to news publishers and that internal research said people found "the product to be less and less useful". Facebook's "trending" topics section had become a focal point of such criticisms. The company says it's killing that feature next week in order to focus on other news features. Read More »

Apple Not Expected to Unveil New MacBooks, iPads, Apple Watch at WWDC

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All that said, a new report from Bloomberg sheds a little bit more light about what we can expect from Apple next week. All of those predictions fall in line with the previous speculation that Apple is planning to use WWDC to introduce new versions of its software platforms, which focus on stability and overall enhancements rather than wild new features and the introduction of more chaos. Read More »

ARM's New Cortex-A76 CPU Core Promises 35% Increase in Performance

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Indeed, energy efficiency is said to be up 30-percent, while machine learning improvements are said to see a 2.7x bump over the old Mali-G72. Since then, however, Arm's results have spoken for itself. In fact, power efficiency is said to be up 40-percent, despite a 35-percent bump in performance. Given the VPU's high performance, Arm says it's also ready for higher-resolution VR and AR applications. Read More »

Fortnite shopping cart gameplay and how they work

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Anyone can find one and push it around, but if you're playing teams or duos, you can have a partner jump in the cart (or the "passenger seat", as Epic Games refers to it in the patch notes). The player in the passenger seat will have the ability to shoot while the cart is moving which makes it a wise move to team up with someone when using these carts. Read More »

Microsoft Shutting Down Groove Music iOS, Android Apps

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The Groove apps themselves continues to function as a way to stream music that's stored in users' OneDrive storage, and as the default player on Windows 10 (you still can't even uninstall the app). Grove Music is still available for Windows 10 devices but it remains to be seen for how long this will be the case. Despite Microsoft's optimistic suggestion that you try one of Groove Music's other incarnations, we suspect these will probably be terminated soon too in favor of an even more ... Read More »

Apple iPhone SE 2 Screen Protector With A Notch Leaked

Apple may finally loosen the leash on the NFC chips in its iPhones and Apple Watches in iOS 12 . A lot of Apple fans weren't happy that the device's new Super Retina HD display comes with a glaring compromise that sticks out like a sore thumb right at the top of the screen. Read More »

Teens are abandoning Facebook, Pew study confirms

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While Facebook's problems nabbing teen users have been well documented for some time, the new study underscores just how quickly Facebook's losing ground in the 13-to-17-year-old demographic. Though this seems like grim news for Facebook , it's important to remember the company still owns Instagram, VentureBeat reported . Another 44% say they go online several times a day, meaning almost nine out of 10 go online at least multiple times per day. Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S10 likely to feature in-display fingerprint sensor

The cameras are stacked vertically and placed on the top-left corner. The company reportedly wants to launch the S10 duo there, so it can launch its long-rumoured foldable smartphone at MWC in February. The Tab S3 update is based on Android 8.0 Oreo and has Samsung Experience 9.0. It's been reported before that Samsung is working on a premium smartphone, dubbed Galaxy A9 Star . Read More »

How do you spell that word? The most-Googled by state

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The Scripps National Spelling Bee is a three-day, nationally televised event in which more than 500 kids compete with one another to spell increasingly hard English words. The last stage, however, occurs in two parts. One Alabama student - Erin Howard of Huntsville - is among the 41 finalists . Some words are easier to spell than others. Read More »

Dell reportedly working on a dual-screen Windows 10 device

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Winfuture .de reports that it's seen documents detailing a Windows 10 on Arm Dell device codenamed "Januss", a two-screen machine the computer maker has been working on for the past year. Regardless, the rumours have inspired some quite interesting design concepts. Is a laptop/smartphone hybrid device as depicted in the renders above interest you? The form-factor and exact dimensions of the device are not yet known, so either a phone or tablet-style device is fair game at this point. Read More »

Assassin's Creed Odyssey officially announced by Ubisoft

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From the look of the helmet featured on the keyring as well as the logo, it seems like we're heading to ancient Greece for the next instalment in the multi-million selling stabby actioner. At this time, it's unclear which manufacturer has marketing rights to the game. Nearly every mainline game in the franchise has been prematurely revealed through merchandise, gameplay images or the like. Read More »

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is now available

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According to Capcom, Cody will sport a move set similar to his prior appearances in the series, but with slight alterations to match his - and these are Capcom's words - new spiffy style. Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection also comes with an in-depth Museum Mode with never before seen concept art, early design documents, cancelled games, a music player, interactive timeline and more. Read More »