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Google's Pixelbook Go feels very good for a $ 649 laptop

Leaks do not always give you the whole picture. When Pixelbook Go leaked extensively last week, I thought it was somewhat overwhelming, and I mistakenly assumed that Google had a more "premium" Chromebook to announce as well. But just as I found with Pixel 4, actually using the device in person, my opinion went better. The thing is that Pixelbook …

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After a decade of League of Legends, Riot looks to expand with new games

League of Legends: Wild Rift promises the same basic gameplay with shortened matches and controls tailored for mobile and console gamers. Look at all those on-screen buttons … Legends of Runeterra definitely looks like Riot's answer to Hearthstone and its ilk. Flashy! Your first look at "Project L," a fighting game set in the League of Legends universe Very little …

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Wild Rift will land on mobile and consoles by 2020

The upcoming mobile multiplayer (MOBA) arena allows for faster matching and has a double-attached, thumb-friendly control scheme designed for the platforms it is for. You will, however, find that Riot mixed familiar elements with the new one, however, including the use of a 5v5 map based on LoL's largest map Summoner's Rift. Wild Rift will also contain 40 characters from …

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New Nest Aware switches to event-based recordings, but higher level still saves around the clock

During this year's Made by Google event, the company went through the plethora of Nest Aware changes relatively quickly, but now comes more information about the newly built subscription service. One of the biggest changes is removing the 24-hour video that is replaced by event-based recordings in the cheaper $ 6 / month plan. Previous subscriptions, or 1st gen Nest …

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Possibly the best Chromebook of 2019

Pixelbook is the best Chromebook you can buy, but it's also one of the most expensive Chromebooks you can buy. The great pitch for Pixelbook Go is that it takes a lot of what you like with Pixelbook and Google's aesthetics in general and costs only $ 650. It's a damn good idea, but my limited time with Pixelbook Go …

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Why it took a decade for Riot to follow League of Legends with a new game

A decade after the League of Legends first started, Riot Games is finally ready to announce its next release – or releases as it turns out. At its 10th anniversary tonight, the company revealed a huge slate of upcoming games. There are several League spinoffs, including a fighting game, digital card game and animated series. There's also a mysterious, in-the-works …

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Stadia fools: mobile app and TV interface, packaging, mobile support

One of the first announcements by Made by Google in 2019 revealed that Stadia will be launched on November 19. A number of new details have also emerged at the event today, including the Google Stadia UI for Android phones and TVs, packaging and which mobile devices are supported. November 19 After months of only "November" appearing, Rick Osterloh announced …

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Google Nest Mini vs. Home Mini: What's New?

Google's new Nest Mini, unveiled at the company's Made By Google event in 2019, replaces the much-loved and almost ubiquitous Home Mini. The older assistant-powered speaker has been discounted and collected with so many offers in recent years, most of us probably have one on a shelf or side table somewhere. So why is it worth considering the newer model …

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Apple TV and Apple TV + Come to Roku

Image : Roku Roku users are about to get twice the Apple start today. Roku announced Tuesday that the Apple TV app is immediately available Roku Channel Store to subscribe to channels, stream more than 100,000 movies and TV shows and even access content such as Apple TV users have purchased and saved in their iTunes library. In addition, users …

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