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Nintendo Brings the NES Classic Edition Back

Nintendo has decided to bring the NES Classic Edition back from the dead. The NES Classic Edition will be available in stores in the U.S. again from June 29, so if you know anyone who works in retail you should probably ask them to put one aside for you. The Return of the Nintendo Entertainment Syst...

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Five hosting factors that can affect the SEO of your website

Too many of us get so involved in the apparent SEO tactics when optimising websites that we forget to take into account the underlying factors that have a considerable impact on the ranking of the website.The web hosting service you use has a major impact on your SEO efforts, and there are some host...

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Everything you need to know about Google One

Google One is the freshly revealed service from Google which replaces the premium storage plans – the ones you have to pay for – which are currently offered under Google Drive.So, in short, it’s a new take on Google’s consumer cloud storage, although there’s a fair bit...

Android

Los Angeles Will be Verizon’s 2nd 5G Market for 2018

Verizon is launching 5G in 2018, just not the wireless kind that your phone will get to play with. Instead, Verizon will launch 5G as a home internet service that they’ll push into select markets. The first is Sacramento, which Verizon announced months ago. The 2nd was announced today and it&r...

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HTC Exodus Coming Later This Year, Powered by Blockchain

In what can be seen as an attempt to set itself apart from other Android OEMs and remain relevant in 2018, HTC is set to release a blockchain-powered Android smartphone later this year, called Exodus. According to The Next Web, Exodus will feature a, “universal wallet and a built-in secure har...

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Google’s Pixel Buds Get Track Skipping, Better Bluetooth Device Switching

We didn’t like the Pixel Buds in our review of them last year, thanks to a confusing Assistant experience, weird charging case, one-fit-for-all sizing, single Bluetooth connection, and the lack of controls like the ability to skip a track without voice. Today, Google begins rolling out an upda...

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Google WiFi Will Now Let You Check Speeds for Individual Devices Throughout Your Home

Thanks to an upcoming change that Google says will be rolling out over the next couple of weeks, owners of Google WiFi will be able to check speeds of individual devices connected to their mesh network. As of right now, you can only do a network check on devices that can access the Google...

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Miramar Map Now Available in PUBG Mobile for Android and iOS

A new map is available for PUBG Mobile, the Miramar map that went up for desktop players last month. This map not only offers new areas to explore, but new weapons and vehicles, too. Also listed in the changelog is a local quick team feature, which allows players to enter a 6-digit code to team up w...

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How to break into cryptocurrency mining

It might feel like Cryptocurrency is very 2017, but that’s a good thing. It hasn’t been in the news as much lately because Bitcoin isn’t wildly yoyo-ing in value these days, but it’s still worth exponentially more than it was at this time last year. If you want to learn how...

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Android P could predict your frequently changed toggle settings in the future

Between adaptive brightness and more flexible audio options, Android P is giving users more ways to create a truly personal smartphone experience. That personalization could extend to your frequently changed settings as well. XDA-Developers combed through a “settings suggestions” app in...


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