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Rogue One is coming to Battlefront and Uncharted is coming to Star Wars

The Electronic Arts Star Wars panel had some welcome surprises. Go to Source

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AT&T’s answer to poor coverage at large events is Flying COWs

Anyplace large numbers of people gather, mobile service is sure to deteriorate. Carriers design their networks with a normal distribution of people in mind. If tens of thousands of smartphones congregate in one […] Go to Source

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Microsoft confirms custom Xbox One S as the ultimate Gears of War machine

Yesterday, pictures of a slick looking Gears of Wars 4 Xbox One S console bundle were leaked on Twitter. Going by the reaction to the pictures, it was easy to see that people […] Go to Source

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Pokemon Go will print even more money with sponsored locations

Pokemon Go is already raking in millions of dollars for Nintendo, but pretty soon it’s going to be printing money like nobody’s business. Get ready for sponsored locations. They’ll be similar to something […] Go to Source

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The craziest real-world consequences of Pokemon Go so far

It’s Pokemon Go’s world. We’re all just living in it. Go to Source

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Glass skateboards are the worst idea in the history of skateboarding

It certainly looked nice for the short time it wasn’t in pieces… Go to Source

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Artist carves elephant landscape from a pencil

Achieving this level of detail at such a small scale requires a trinocular microscope. Go to Source

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A Game of Thrones marathon is coming, uncensored, to network television

Finally, winter is coming to Canada. Go to Source

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Riri Williams is the great new Iron Man with the same old creators

Diverse characters are great, but consider who’s still holding the pencils. Go to Source

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Farming is now done in 30 foot tall stacks without sunlight, pesticides, or soil

The population on Earth continues to grow at a staggering rate, with around 80 million new people on Earth each year. Those people need food, which puts an ever increasing strain on our […] Go to Source

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BAE Systems announces crazy plan to grow drones in a vat

Building aircraft is so old-fashioned, right? Now, growing them in a lab like heavily armed mutant vegetables; that’s the future. Or so defense firm BAE Systems would like you to think. The company […] Go to Source

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Turtle Beach’s transparent speakers are made of glass

Transparent speakers usually just show off internal components or an LED-illuminated chamber full of bubbles. Not the Turtle Beach HyperSound Glass, though. These are transparent speakers that you can actually see right through. […] Go to Source

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Das Keyboard 5Q with cloud notification API smashes Kickstarter goal

Das Keyboard is one of the companies that popularized the modern mechanical keyboard for mainstream computer users, and now it’s taking to Kickstarter in hopes of being at the forefront of another shift. […] Go to Source

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Geek’s what to watch: summer scares, friendly giants, and adventurous ape-men

As an entertainment icon returns to theaters, a modern horror franchise reaches its third installment and a beloved director adapts an equally beloved kids book. Meanwhile, the creators of Once Upon a Time […] Go to Source

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Kick back and enjoy over an hour of music from the ’67 Spider-Man Animated Series

The sounds of your youth can be a powerful trigger for transporting you back to a moment in your childhood. As someone who appreciates that pure feeling of nostalgia, I am constantly searching […] Go to Source

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Top 15 games released on the Nintendo 64

Though it feels like less time has passed, it has been 20 years since the launch of the Nintendo 64. This revolutionary system, along with the Sony PlayStation and Sega Saturn, helped usher […] Go to Source

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The hidden gems of the Steam Summer Sale

A sale is pretty useless if you don’t buy anything. That’s why we’re here to help. We dove deep into the sale to find its hidden gems. Go to Source

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How to start your own podcast without any experience

Podcasting can be incredibly creative and rewarding, but only if you do it right. Go to Source

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It’s not a pool’s chlorine that turns your eyes red, it’s something much worse

Ever get burning, red, irritated eyes after you’ve been for a swim in a pool? You may have blamed the chlorine, but man, were you off. Way off. The truth is that it’s a […] Go to Source

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Here’s the internet’s best fake Street Sharks fan art

We asked the internet for fake Street Sharks fan art, and it delivered. Go to Source

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