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Apple Sleep Tracing Company Beddit Releases New "3.5" Sleep Monitor

Earlier this week, Apple received FCC approval with a new sleep monitor product that looked like an updated version of Beddit Sleep Monitor as it acquired 2017. Today, the updated Beddit Sleep Monitor 3.5 (replacement version 3.0) is now available through the Apple Store. 9to5Mac Happy Hour The new Beddit Sleep Monitor 3.5 is sold for $ 149.95 and is …

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New PC / Console MMO from Ark Dev supports 40,000 players at a time

Tonight at The Game Awards, Ark: Survival Evolved Developer Studio Wildcard announced a new game. Atlas, as it is called, is an open world-survived MMO. It will be released next week on PC, with a console that will be released in 2019 through the Xbox One Game Preview program. Atlas supports an estimated 40,000 simultaneous players; and in terms of …

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The Game Awards 2018: Sony takes four gongs at night

Sony won four awards at The Game Awards 2018 overnight, where God of War took home three of Geoff Keighley's prestigious gongs. As reported overnight, Krato's recurring statues ensured for this year's game, best game direction and best-action adventure game. Platform Holder also packed the best VR game award, which went to the excellent Astro Bot Rescue Mission. The Best …

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Why Epic's new PC store is the Steam competitor that the industry needs

Epic Games's new digital gaming market, announced earlier this week and surprise launched under the game prize last night, has caused many eyebrows in the industry. With its favorable 88/12 percent revenue breakdown and Epic CEO Tim Sweeney's commitment to better support creators, many in the industry wonder if this will be the game store that can really compete with …

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Microsoft's Chromium-Based Edge is genuine, and it comes to Mac

Last rumors were true: Microsoft's edge will be a Chrome-based browser. Microsoft's business manager Joe Belfiore revealed the news in a blog post Thursday and said the company intends to "adopt the Chromium Open Source project in the development of Microsoft Edge on the desktop." Here's the kicker: Microsoft plans to bring this new, Chromium-based Edge browser to Mac. According …

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Ice Cream Sandwich rides to sunset, as Google raises API levels

Galaxy Nexus was the first phone with Ice Cream Sandwich. Google has confirmed that it ends support for Play Store Services on Ice Cream Sandwich. The change means that app developers need to target Android 4.1 as the oldest Consumers will not be able to view or download an app targeting Android 4.1 and later. Ice Cream Sandwich was one …

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Fortnite fans require a change to the X-4 Stormwing planet

While a brand new biomass and three new places of interest were added to Fortnite during the V7.00 update, the most popular addition could be the game's latest X-4 Stormwing vehicle. Released as part of the huge season 7 update, the X-4 Stormwing is a bi-plan that players can use to fly around the map, with space for one car …

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Rumor: Joker In Smash Bros. Ultimate Triggers Speculation That Persona 5 Is Coming To Switch

The news that Persona 5's Joker is headed to Smash Bros. Ultimate as a DLC character has naturally sparked predictable chatting that Persona 5 itself is Switch-bound, but we've actually heard a rumor that seems to have some substance to it. The source is MysticDistance a translator and secondary writer for Persona Central and several other fan sites. MysticDistance has …

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