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Bootleg Pokémon keeps the Sword and Shield from controversy boiling

Let’s Go Pokemon Mobile is not an official pocket monster game, but you wouldn't know that from the amount of attention it's been receiving lately. The knockoff has been a huge conversation piece for the Pokémon community over the last week, largely due to a controversy involving Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield . short, Pokémon Sword and Shield will not …

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Twitter starts rolling out updated website with new design

Today, Twitter announced the launch of a new Twitter.com experience on the desktop, which includes several new features and design changes. The Twitter site on the desktop has a brand new look that is cleaner and more modern, along with bookmark support so you can save tweets plus an easily accessible Explore page to get a quick look at what …

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The best gear for your backyard party

GRILL ALL THE THINGS If you have friends over, a good host always provides some eats. And when it comes to entertaining in the backyard, which usually involves a grill. There's a lot of truckloads of options from, and you can get a solid setup for under $ 100 if you're on a budget. However, if you are looking to …

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We've changed the Pokémon Sword and Shield Interview Quote

It is fair to say that there are many fans looking forward to upcoming games Pokémon Sword and Shield coming to Switch later this year. Since it's the first mainline game since the 3DS era people rightly or wrongly expect a fair increase in visual fidelity for Pokémon visuals. Now, an interview with Famitsu recently caused a movement online with …

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Snapdragon 855 gets an upgrade to Snapdragon 855+

Today, Qualcomm announced a mid-cycle upgrade for Snapdragon 855, called "Snapdragon 855+." As a mid-cycle upgrade, there are no major changes here. It's still an eight core, 7nm SoC, but the CPU and GPU are a bit faster thanks to higher clock speeds. First: The CPU that sees the 855 clock's "Prime" clock speed is supported from 2.84 GHz to …

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Top 4 providers of gaming software

When we talk about gaming software, they can vary significantly depending upon the requirements of the company creating the games. While gaming companies sometimes employ their own proprietary software, a great number of them standardise their creations around well-known commercial coding tools that enable them to create games quickly and easily, without working on them from the scratch.   Statistically, …

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