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Samsung’s Galaxy S21 Will Cause New Problems For Apple, Google – Forbes

A new hybrid phone and an early release could be on the cards for Samsung’s next flagship.

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK – AUGUST 03: A Samsung Galaxy Note20 on display in New York City. (Photo by Dia …

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Google Play Music app begins inevitable global shutdown of service – XDA Developers

Google Play Music is in its final death throws as it stops functioning for many users around the world, with full closure due by Christmas.

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Google Play Music has finally begun its long, slow death, with many users reporting that the app has become inaccessible. Although Google did say that the service would be closed by the end of the year, it appears that an earlier shutdown is already in progress.
Google has been trying to push users onto its successor service, YouTube Music, but has been repeatedly been scuppered by its own inaction on creating feature parity. This has now largely been redressed with options to upload your own music…

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Garmin Instinct Esports Edition with Special Software: An Explainer of Sorts – DC Rainmaker

File this one under ‘Things you didn’t have on your 2020 Bingo Card’, Garmin has launched a new version of the Instinct lineup focused on esports, which will transmit…

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File this one under Things you didnt have on your 2020 Bingo Card, Garmin has launched a new version of the Instinct lineup focused on esports, which will transmit via Bluetooth Smart live your heart rate, stress, and Body Battery metrics (three common metrics on Garmin wearables). Those three live data feeds can then be picked up by a new piece of Garmin software on your PC called STR3AMUP!, which in turn can be used by Streaming apps like OBS or XSplit to be overlaid atop your existing stream….

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Genshin Impact: the video game that’s slowly taking over the world – The Guardian

It is a gorgeous, engaging, free-to-play, open-world role-playing game … but at what cost?

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Genshin Impact seems to have come from nowhere. A month ago nobody knew what it was; now ads for it are plastered all over the New York subway and its the talk of gaming Twitter. It has raked in more than $100m (£75m) in its first two weeks, placing it among the Chinese games industrys most successful forays into the global scene. Thats because its a pretty good game that looks, sounds and feels expensive, but is available for free at least at face value.
Like Nintendos The Legend of Zelda: Breath…

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