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George R.R. Martin has revealed that he played his part in the development of Elden Ring a while ago.
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New PS5 restock opportunities are here, and we have news on when and where to expect the next console inventory.
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A webinar should be useful, entertaining and unforgettable. And for this to be true, it must be aimed at a specific audience.
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The transactions will start back up 'when there’s confirmation of reasonable (~50%) clean energy usage by miners with positive future trend,' Musk said after confirming the electric-car maker had sold about 10% of its Bitcoin holdings
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Wear OS smartwatches are a dime a dozen but, unfortunately, most of them are running on rather old hardware. Majority of those, including ones launched just last year, are still using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset that debuted way back in 2018. The chipmaker does have one updated wearable platform but so far only Mobvoi has been using it in … Continue reading
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"History, valuations, positioning, and economic deceleration indicate that most of the rotation is behind us," Goldman analysts said in a note.
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Apple devices with iOS system are surely among the most secure ones with plenty of security layers available. But this benefit can pretty quickly turn ... The post Free your iOS device with AnyUnlock iPhone Password Unlocker appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Photo by Tom Warren / The Verge Microsoft is returning to selling products at brick-and-mortar stores, kind of. The software giant will start selling products at its “Experience Centers” in London, New York City, and Sydney next month. Select Microsoft products will be available on July 1st, but the global chip shortage will impact what’s available to buy. Xbox Series X / S consoles won’t be available initially, until stocks of these devices improve to meet demand. Other Xbox-related products will be available, alongside Surface devices and Microsoft 365 subscriptions. “Our Microsoft Experience Centers were created to provide customers a way to experience our products in person,” said Travis Walter, Microsoft’s head of retail stores, in a statement to The Verge. “We... Continue reading…
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are overjoyed after the birth of their second child, a baby girl.  “On June 4th, we were blessed with the arrival of our daughter, Lili,” the couple said in a message posted to the website of their foundation, Archewell, on Sunday. “She is more than we could have ever imagined, and we remain grateful for the love and prayers we’ve felt from across the globe. Thank you for your continued kindness and support during this very special time for our family.” The couple said in a statement shared with HuffPost that they named their baby Lilibet “Lili” Diana Mountbatten-Windsor to honour Harry’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, as her family nickname is “Lilibet.” Lili’s middle name, Diana, is a nod to the duke’s late mother, Princess Diana. Little Lili was born on Friday at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara, California, and weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces.The duke and duchess are both taking parental leave and will not be releasing a photo at this time, which indicates they are continuing to chart their own course since stepping back as working members of the royal family last year.  View this post on InstagramA post shared by Misan Harriman (@misanharriman)In the past, some royals (including Princess Diana and Kate Middleton) have announced the birth of their babies and then posed for photos with their newborns as they leave the hospital. Names are generally released a few days after the birth.It was previously thought that Meghan and Harry did not want to pose for photos with their now-2-year-old son, Archie, when he was born, but the Duchess of Sussex told Oprah Winfrey in March that that narrative wasn’t entirely true. “It feels to me like things started to change when you and Harry decided that you were not going to take the picture that had been part of the tradition for years?” Winfrey asked them during the interview.“We weren’t asked to take a picture. That’s also part of the spin that was really damaging. I thought, ‘Can you just tell them the truth? Can you say to the world you’re not giving him a title and we want to keep him safe, and that if he’s not a prince, then it’s not part of the tradition? Just tell people and then they’ll understand,’” the duchess said. “But they wouldn’t do that.”Winfrey followed up by asking Meghan, “Was there a specific reason why you didn’t want to be a part of that tradition? I think many people interpreted that as you were both saying, ‘We’re going to do things our way?’”Meghan said that wasn’t what the couple intended at all.“So picture, now that you know what was going on behind the scenes, there was a lot of fear surrounding it,” the duchess said.“I was very scared of having to offer up our baby knowing that they weren’t going to be kept safe,” she added, referencing her comments elsewhere in the interview that the royal family wasn’t going to offer Archie security protection.READ MORE:The Sweet Connection Between Baby Lilibet And Princess CharlotteMeghan Markle And Prince Harry Welcome Their Second Child, Named After The QueenThe Bittersweet Reason One Of Archie's First Words Was 'Grandma'
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HP aimed at creators with the Envy x360 15 AMD but fell short and made a productivity powerhouse instead.
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Here's everything we know about macOS 12, the sequel to the biggest change of macOS in years.
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As dating app Tinder and its parent company Match explore the future of personal connection through apps, it’s interesting to see what sort of ideas it tested but later discarded. One such experiment was something called “Tinder Mixer,” which had briefly offered Tinder users a way to join group video chats, and “play games” with […]
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There are many indicators that you're on the right track to reach your sales goals. Track your ecommerce SEO success with these 11 KPIs.The post Track Your Way to Success With 11 Top Ecommerce SEO KPIs appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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Struum, the new streaming service from former Disney and Discovery execs, is today officially launching to the public. Unlike traditional on-demand streamers, such as Netflix, the Struum model is more akin to a “ClassPass for streaming,” as its plan is to aggregate content from smaller video services then provide access under its own subscription. Today, […]
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The updates come ahead of what CEO Brian Chesky describes as a "once-in-a-century travel rebound." But, many of the features will take months to implement.
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UCL researchers have created a strange robotic “third thumb” that attaches to the hand and adds a large extra digit on the opposite side of the hand from the thumb. Researchers found that using the robotic thumb can impact how the hand is represented in the brain. For the research, scientists trained people to use an extra robotic thumb and … Continue reading
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Technology stocks lead a bounce-back in US stocks after claims for weekly unemployment benefits fall.
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The iceberg is over 1,600 square miles, the European Space Agency said on Wednesday. Scientists said climate change was not to blame.
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If you're looking for 5G access while hiking, try Yosemite, Joshua Tree, Zion or Banff.
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