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Mario Kart Tour is Nintendo's biggest mobile hit to date

It's a new record for Nintendo mobile games. Its previous record holder was "Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp", which had 14.3 million installations during its first week, according to data from analysis company Sensor Tower. But it is not a complete surprise that "Mario Kart Tour" reasoned with iOS and Android users. The game brings Nintendo's popular racing series "Mario Kart" …

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You can now buy the Dell XPS 13, which has a six-core processor

Prior to IFA 2019 in August, Dell announced an update to its XPS 13 laptop with Intel's 10th Gen Core processors – and now the Intel Core i7 six-core model is available for purchase from $ 999. cores you can probably expect to see better performance while multitasking, although apps need to be optimized to take advantage of the additional …

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Persona 3 and 4's protagonists will appear in Persona 5 Royal DLC

Persona 5 Royal the updated version of Atlus' 2016 JRPG, will have special downloadable content battles that pit the Phantom Thieves against protagonists from Persona 3 and Persona 4. The fights take place in the Velvet Room, meaning that players definitely shouldn't look too hard at what this means when it comes to the character lore. The Velvet Room is …

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Try iPhone 11's "Deep Fusion" camera in the latest iOS Beta

When released, the upcoming iOS 13.2 update will add Apple's "Deep Fusion" feature to the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro. However, ou can access this feature right now by downloading iOS 13.2 beta . Deep Fusion is an AI-powered camera feature exclusive to the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro that takes multiple images at various exposure levels. Your camera then …

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Surface Duo: Panos Panay about why Microsoft's collapsible phone uses Android

On a special episode of The Vergecast Microsoft's chief executive Panos Panay joins Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel and senior editor Tom Warren a few hours after Microsoft's Surface Hardware event to talk the new Surface set-up – including the company's upcoming dual-screen devices. Panay also talks about why Microsoft is using Android for its Duo device, the company's relationship with …

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Microsoft does not think Windows is important anymore

"The operating system is no longer the most important layer for us," was the announcement from Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella yesterday. Microsoft had a great day for Surface, introduced new hardware for the holidays, and teased two-screen devices such as the Surface Duo and Surface Neo, coming next year. But it was Nadella's interview with Wired that really stood out. …

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Why launching online games is often a mess

Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Image : Bungie Just after 4 pm ET on Tuesday, Destiny 2 Players began to see a warning message . A red line stretched across the bottom of their screens, and the text below was: "Attention: contact Destiny 2 servers." Minutes later, a large number of players got started from the massively multiplayer online sci-fi shooter. At …

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You will be able to wave at Pokémon on Pixel 4

Soli is Google's radar technology that drives its Motion Sense toolkit. Given what we know from previous leaks, users will at least be able to silence their alarms, skip music tracks and silence incoming calls thanks to the feature. More functionality is likely to come as developers take care of the technology. 9to5Google was able to use Pokémon Wave Hello …

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OnePlus 7T review: The professional you always wanted

Speed, value and experience have always been an important part of OnePlus brand ethos. Its "fast and agile" mantra has consistently delivered one of the most streamlined experiences on Android, at a price available to almost anyone. So when OnePlus officially arrived in the US with T-Mobile as its launch partner, many people were raised. OnePlus sold 249% more OnePlus …

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