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Video: Check out car adaptation in the latest Team Sonic Racing Trailer

If you somehow missed the news, in October of October, Sega revealed Team Sonic Racing delayed until May 21, 2019. Since then, there has been slow drip feeding enthusiasts more information on the upcoming multiplatform release. In the latest trailer we look at the options for car adaptation in the game. You can change your running performance mods, the sound …

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Apex Legends hackers complain about hardware paths | Dexerto.com

Respawn Entertainment does a good job of clearing Apex Legends hackers, but the hackers are actually upset after being banned. Apex Legends was launched in early February and was met with great excitement by fans of the battle royal genre. It represented a nice change of pace from other BR titles on the market such as Fortnite and PUBG. Another …

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GPU Miners may soon have another way to make money

GPU-based cryptocurrency miners have taken a blow throughout this bear market – just ask NVIDIA. Spare parts users, however, can soon add their inefficient mining hardware to another profitable use: rent rendering power to those who want to experience quality games on an underpowered computer. As reported by TechCrunch, Vectordash wants to allow people with underpowered rigs not intended for …

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Daily Deals: Get a Nintendo Switch and Mario Game for $ 330

Share. Pre-order PS4 Alpine Green DualShock Control, Spider-Man (PS4) for $ 35, Double Your Switch Memory. By Michael Koczwara Welcome to IGN's daily offers, your source for the best deals on the things you really want to buy. If you buy something through this post, IGN can get some of the sales. For more, read our Terms of Service. We …

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Most people do not install Android Q beta just yet

This week, Google officially rolled out the first Android Q beta. As expected, the building is a bit buggy, but it gives us a glimpse of what the future of Android will be. With this in mind, we asked you if you planned to install Android Q beta on your Pixel. Here's what you had to say. Will you install …

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How much does the iPhone cost? Prices for iPhone XS, XS Max and more

Insider Picks writes about products and services that help you navigate while shopping online. Insider Inc. receives a commission from our partners when you buy through our links, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and objective. When the smartphone wars rage, there is an attack on new iPhones released every year. In recent years, Apple has made its …

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iPhones vs viruses | Komando.com

Adware and virus infected malware are everywhere; takes over your computers, smartphones, tablets and almost anything else that can be connected to the internet. This is a problem so far today, I would not be surprised if they are hiding under your bed or in your wardrobe. Okay, the last part was an exaggeration, but if you look at much …

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Fitbit Inspire HR and Versa Lite review

I'm not sure how much calorie data is. The first morning I dressed it, I put on the unit and said I had burned 456 calories. Meanwhile, Apple Watch I watched while I was working and walked a mile to work saying I had burned 379 calories. I left the clock in the office over the weekend and even though …

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RTX Off? Watch This Impressive Ray Tracing Demo Running On Radeon Vega

<div_ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " To say that Nvidia has championed real-time ray tracing would be an understatement. The Green Team has invested heaps of money and resources into its development and flagship hardware – – the GeForce RTX Series graphics cards – to enable it. The cards themselves are expensive, though, and not even a handful of released …

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