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Google seems to be dead by Pixel and Pixel XL

Photo: Getty Google seems to be done with two phones that were the company's signature units just two years ago. Ars Technica pointed out that Pixel and Pixel XL have now disappeared from the Google Store and the Project Fi Store. Google confirmed Gizmodo that devices will no longer be available to purchase directly from the company. Those who are …

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Fortnite's new replay tool is already producing gold

Now I can see myself failing from all angles. Fortnite new replay editor has been out for hours, and players already turn their matches to scary, beautiful, turgid internet content. Below we have collected some of the best things we have found so far, and early impressions show that the tools are quite intuitive and powerful. Expect YouTube and Twitter …

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How to back up your Apple Watch

Most Apple Watch owners do not know how to back up their Apple Watch, and Apple does not explain how to go to that process. Learn more when we review how to back up your Apple Watch. This is especially useful if you want to upgrade your iPhone anytime soon. To back up your Apple Watch To back up your …

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How two underage girls say a monitoring project gave them an advantage

Jonathan "DreamKazper" Sanchez plays surveillance for the Boston Revolt Photo: Robert Paul (Blizard Esports) When Overwatch Pro Jonathan "DreamKazper" Sanchez followed Anna * back on Twitter, she was in shock A 16-year-old junior junior, Anna had only bought Overwatch for her Xbox One but was sold on a league of charismatic professionals dominating the first personal shooter. The first game …

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Fortnite Update 3.5 is out with Port-a-Fort, Patch Notes Released

Fortnite has another update, and Battle Royale has a new item now available on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Mobile. In addition, the previously announced playback system has been implemented, a new limited time frame will be coming soon, and a lot of new cosmetics have been added to the Save world. Version 3.5, called the update, adds the newly-drained …

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Twitter replaces its gun emoji with a water gun – TechCrunch

Twitter has now followed Apple's leadership to replace his gun emoji into a harmless, light green water gun. And by doing so, companies that have struggled to deal with abuse, hatred and harassment on their platform have removed a way that addicts can troll their victims. The change is one of several rollouts now in Twitter's emoji update, Twemoji 2.6, …

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Game Developer pours (and celebrates) The end of Steam Spy

Illustration: Luke Plunkett In the wake of changes in Steam's default privacy settings yesterday, unofficial data and sales tracking Kingpin Steam Spy are convicted. Many developers who claimed it's sad transition, but some say good riddans. The service scraped publicly visible Steamprofiles to appreciate game sales along with panties of other data. Some developers, especially small, saw it as a …

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