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Fortnite Chapter 2 season 1 has been extended to February

We are halfway through Fortnite Chapter 2's first season, but Epic decided to extend it beyond the usual ten weeks and hold it to an unspecified date in February. "With a new year comes a new beginning," reads Epics update. "Last year, we celebrated 14 days of Fortnite during the holidays. This year we've got even more content for you …

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2020 Dodge Challenger 50th Anniversary Edition arrives with retro clues

2020 Dodge Challenger 50th Anniversary OVERVIEW 50 years and zero chance of growing up: Dodge introduces limited production Challenger 50th Anniversary Edition 2019 AutoMobility LA 50th Anniversary Edition Anniversary Anniversary Challenger celebrates golden anniversary , Body Shaker Hood on HEMI® V-8 Models, Unique Labeling and Inheritance Available on Four Challenger Models Limited Edition 50th Anniversary Edition Available on Challenger GT …

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5 great Apple Arcade games you may have missed

When Apple Arcade launched in September, the subscription service debuted with an incredible number of games – so many indeed that it could be difficult to find the best things to play. In the following weeks and months, a constant trick of new games hit the platform, making that search even more difficult. Apple Arcade now has more than 100 …

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The Spark email app gets a new redesign and dark mode

Spark is one of the best email apps in both Android and iOS, offering lots of customization options and many high-level features, but it has tended to stay behind some of its competitors in terms of design. It is changing today with the release of the latest version of the app, which gives a nice redesign that makes Spark much …

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Microsoft takes Gmail, Google Drive and Calendar to Outlook.com

Microsoft plans to integrate Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Calendar into its Outlook.com webmail client. The software manufacturer has started testing this integration on some accounts recently, and Twitter user Florian B was able to access it today. After a quick setup process, you simply link a Google Account to an Outlook.com account, and Gmail, Drive documents, and Google Calendar …

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