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Apple acquires weather app Dark Sky

Apple has acquired the weather app Dark Sky, announced Dark Sky’s developers today. Dark Sky is one of the most popular weather apps in the App Store, known for its accuracy and storm warnings. Our goal has always been to provide the world with the best possible weather information, to help as many people as we can to stay dry …

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Do we remember Pixel 3? Probably not.

Google pulled away Pixel 3 listing on the Google Store last night, ending with a phone line that will probably be forgotten. Not because Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL were bad phones, they simply did not succeed on the scale that Google needed them. Sales were disappointing, the set of specifications (like 4 GB RAM) frustrated potential customers, and …

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Microsoft’s new Scroll News Bar app takes your computer back to the 90s

Microsoft has created an app for scrolling news fields for Windows 10. It sits above the Windows taskbar and offers scrolling 24/7 news from more than 4,500 publications along with customizable inventory information. It’s very similar to scrolling news apps we used to see in the 90s for Windows computers, and they were developed by Microsoft’s internal news team (formerly …

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They make Pong a role play and it really seems very fun

Some days you hear about a new video game and you can’t help but roll your eyes, let out a deep sigh, and then lie down and take a nap. Today was one of those days, and the game in question is called Pong Applicant, a role-playing game based on the old Atari classic. But before I fell into a …

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Apple MacBook Air Review (2020): A Return to Form

Coming from my work computer, which has a quad-core Core i7 chip and 16 GB of RAM, I did not see any significant reduction in performance for most tasks. Things like Slack, Spotify, browsing, emails, notifications, notes work smoothly in the air; no Core i7 chip is needed. Sometimes it was tiny little annoyances. Like when I tried to rotate …

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The World Health Organization & gaming industry’s partner at social distance

The World Health Organization this weekend revealed a partnership with an unlikely group: the gaming industry. Both groups are trying to lead the world’s people to self-isolate through a new “Play Apart Together” campaign. The campaign is supported by the likes of Activision Blizzard, Twitch, Riot Games and YouTube Gaming. Companies will integrate “special events, exclusivity, activities, rewards and inspiration …

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Google stops selling Pixel 3

Google has officially stopped selling its Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones, as it was discovered by Android Police. The product page for the phones is now simply redirected to the Google store website, where Google confirms that it has sold through its inventory (though the phone remains available at third-party retailers such as Best Buy or Walmart.) The …

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