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Ways to Boost Your Macbook’s Performance

Image source: Burst.Shopify.com A new Macbook will not last forever. Its lifespan will be even shorter if you do not take proper care of the computer. At first, the performance should be without any hiccups, but as time passes, you will begin to feel sluggishness. Some people go as far as believing that replacing their Mac with a new model …

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The aftermath can be in work according to the data engineer

The Aftermath Edition update for Mortal Kombat 11 was recently released on May 26, 2020. Fujin, Sheeva and RoboCop were added as new playable characters as a result. The latest version of the game gives a sense of finality to Mortal Kombat 11. Ed Boon recently stated that the team wanted a single up Mortal Kombat XL and that NetherRealm …

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38 cheap, smart products that people are obsessed with

Online reviews are notorious for being brutally honest, if not rubbish. So when you come across a product with thousands of glowing reviews, you know you’ve found something special. With that in mind, I have rounded up several of such products, which are also some of the most popular finds on Amazon, they are also quite cheap. Another thing these …

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Zoom’s rise began a technical battle over video conferencing. Here’s what’s at stake

NEW YORK – Before a pandemic forced millions around the world to lockdown, the phrase “video conferencing” generally expressed a picture of lost business meetings with people who can’t physically be in the boardroom. But within a few weeks, the corona virus turned a working tool into the backbone of our social lives. And when millions of people participate in …

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The best new games released on Switch, PS4, Xbox One and PC this week – June 7-13, 2020

New Releases is here to highlight the biggest games launched each week. As June goes on, some pretty cool stuff makes its way to consoles, including The Elder Scrolls Online Greymoor expansion and Project Warlock. It’s not the only “project” we’re getting this week either, thanks to 1971 Project Helios. At the same time, Goosebumps: Dead of Night creeps out …

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Ovilee May resigns from the LCS broadcast ahead of Summer Split 2020

Photo via Riot Games LCS interviewer Ovilee May resigns from the league’s official broadcast ahead of 2020 League of Legends Summer Split. “I am very sorry to announce that I will not be a part of the Summer Split LCS broadcast,” Ovilee said. “I have spent the last few years connecting you and your favorite players after each LCS game …

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Amazon extends “Crucible” for the season indefinitely to refine the game

Do you think Amazons Crucible do you need a little polish before it can compete with the current crop of team-based shooters? So does Amazon. Relentless Studio’s development team has been expanded (via Eurogamer and PCGamesN) the title for the season for an indefinite period until players receive the “features and polish” they have requested, including voice chat. On top …

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