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If you were expecting a Microsoft Surface with an ARM processor inside, this does not seem to be in the cards yet. The Surface Go is certainly an interesting device and builds on the foundation carved out by the existing Surface hardware, but as to whether it will do much to shift the needle with relation to market share or unit sales, I'm far from convinced.
  • Net Neutrality Has Been Rolled Back - But It's Not Dead Yet

    Net Neutrality Has Been Rolled Back - But It's Not Dead Yet

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    Net neutrality, which once required internet service providers to treat all online content the same, is now gone starting Monday. In his view, removing the rule will open the floodgates to corporate investment, ultimately providing faster and more widespread internet access.
  • Net neutrality rule ends Monday

    Net neutrality rule ends Monday

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    The old rules, called Protecting and Promoting the Open Internet, prohibited internet providers from blocking or slowing down websites or prioritizing their content over others. "The public is outraged and fighting tooth and nail to get Congress to overrule the FCC - and it's likely that that will happen before ISPs can do too much damage", Greer said.
  • Assassin's Creed Odyssey Announced, Time to Kill Some Ancient Greeks

    Assassin's Creed Odyssey Announced, Time to Kill Some Ancient Greeks

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    In Assassin's Creed Odyssey naval battles are making a comeback, as your mercenary of choice has their very own ship to command. What I like about the Assassin's Creed franchise is when it gets dynamic, and it's no coincidence that the standout installment in recent years was the Revolutionary War-set Assassin's Creed III .
  • The Elder Scrolls 6 officially announced

    The Elder Scrolls 6 officially announced

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    In The Elder Scrolls: Blades you are member of the ancient order of the Blades . Named Elder Scrolls Blades , it's apparently a "pure Elder Scrolls game " with "console-quality graphics" despite seemingly being a primarily smartphone-based game.
  • How to Join the Fallout 76 Beta

    How to Join the Fallout 76 Beta

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    Rage 2 will release in spring of 2019. Doom: Eternal , meanwhile, is announced as the sequel to Doom - with twice as many demons than the reboot. Wolfenstein: Youngblood features players as one of BJ's twin daughters. However, because other players lurk around on your map, it's possible for your base to be attacked by both wildlife and humans. The game's Collector's Edition has also been revealed.
  • Amazon unveils $120 Fire TV Cube with Alexa

    Amazon unveils $120 Fire TV Cube with Alexa

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    Voice search is also supported, not to mention all the typical Alexa tricks, like weather forecasts, news and smart home device controls. Amazon sees Alexa as a major part of its future. "We tried to be thoughtful about when she speaks back to you instead of just doing what you've asked her to do". But the Cube's third feature sets it apart from the competition.
  • Everything to know about Apple's macOS 10.14 Mojave

    Everything to know about Apple's macOS 10.14 Mojave

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    The background also has an image of the Mojave Desert in California suggesting the name of the next version be macOS Mojave . Let's focus on the much anticipated MacOS for now. Parents can also set limits, using "Allowances" to allow their children ertain amounts of time on their devices. A user can add signatures, rotate photos , combine multiple items into a PDF.
  • Apple Not Expected to Unveil New MacBooks, iPads, Apple Watch at WWDC

    Apple Not Expected to Unveil New MacBooks, iPads, Apple Watch at WWDC

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    This is where the reports around Apple's plans to introduce a Digital Health software upgrade that gives parents more control on how and how long children use devices is something to look forward to. The company is working on a pair of new Apple Watches that keep the overall size of the current models, but include slightly larger, edge-to-edge screens, according to a person familiar with the product's development.
  • Facebook has killed the hated Trending Topics bar

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    It was available only in five countries and accounted for less than 1.5% of clicks to the websites of news publishers. Facebook is discontinuing its troubled "trending" section, the social network announced Friday. Facebook's news curation process involved curators using something called an "injection tool" to force news into the Trending feed that wasn't naturally trending.
  • Google Pixel 3 Rumored to Sport Edge-to-Edge Screen Design

    Google Pixel 3 Rumored to Sport Edge-to-Edge Screen Design

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    Google was consistent with the unveiling schedules of the previous Pixel devices. However, they also pointed out that this information is yet to be finalized and could be changed as the actual production of the Pixel 3 approaches. In fact, the smaller Pixel 3 will also have two lenses around front, with neither of the new flagships having an extra camera on the back - unlike the rest of 2018's flagship phones.
  • A keyring has apparently leaked the next Assassin's Creed game

    A keyring has apparently leaked the next Assassin's Creed game

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    The clip shows what seems to be a Spartan-looking character kicking another solider off a cliff; an homage to Frank Miller's 300. In the meantime, Ubisoft fans wanting a little more time with the franchise have a couple Assassin's Creed: Origins DLCs to play, as well as a New Game Plus mode.