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Basecamp now has a free version to help you manage personal projects

This week, Basecamp launched a new, free level of its project management software, which it calls Basecamp Personnel. Originally designed for small businesses, Basecamp offers practical features such as chat, an internal message board, group dose, a shared schedule and more, all in one place. But usually it costs $ 99 a month, which can be prohibitively expensive if you're …

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Pokemon Sword & Shield Review – Polteageist And Crumpets

With each new Pokemon game, a new set of Pokémon, mechanics, and a region will be discovered, and Sword and Shield are no exception. The lively Galar region is a constant joy to explore, stimulate and reward gather and fight to the same extent, and grand battles add an exciting dimension to the familiar Gym formula to deliver an engaging …

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Rare unveils Everwild, a new exclusive game for Xbox and Windows 10

British video game developer Rare, creator of classics such as Battletoads GoldenEye 007 and Banjo-Kazooie unveils their next big game, Everwild [19459005Microsoft'sX019eventtodayRareonlygivesasmallglimpseof Everwild but the short trailer makes it look like it will be some kind of action adventure game. Banjo-Kazooie fans will have hoped for a sequel, or at least a new Banjo game, but Everwild looks more like …

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Google's Curie underwater cable now joins the US and Chile

Curie (named after researcher Marie Curie) contains four optical pairs of 18 terabits per second (Tbps), which allows it to deliver 72 Tbps bandwidth. As Google points out, 98 percent of its traffic travels through fiber-optic cables, and in areas like Chile, Google cannot grow with existing cables that are nearing the end and lack sufficient capacity. Submarine cable systems …

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