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Middle-Earth: Shadow of War Can Become a Boring Routine

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War promo image

Back in 2014, when Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor was released, everyone was extremely excited about its “nemesis system”. At the time, many thought that it was the beginning of a new era of gaming. Now, it seems like that sophisticated system that allowed enemies to evolve and remember you wasn’t useful for anything else than those games. Players still find ...

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Microsoft Puts an End to Windows Phone

Windows Phone on a wooden table

The tech world wasn’t at all surprised when Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore tweeted during the weekend that we need to say good bye to the Windows Phone as the company will discontinue it. Those who own one should not be worried because Microsoft has promised to keep on fixing bugs and issuing updates. However, when it comes to hardware and features, ...

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Bethesda Defends “Make America Nazi-Free Again” Slogan

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus promo image, from Bethesda

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus promises to be one of those games that will make the first installment of the franchise proud. This is exactly why Bethesda, its publisher, has done everything to make sure the game will be a success. From pushing the limits of the marketing campaign to making promises about the revelation this game will be. However, ...

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Saying Goodbye to AOL Instant Messenger

AOL Instant Messenger will be discontinued

During a time that now seems like it was forever ago, AOL Instant Messenger was the most popular instant messaging software. Everyone was using it as the gateway into the future of technology and the internet. It was the coolest thing to do. Unfortunately, that time is long gone and now, Verizon, who owns AIM, has decided to say goodbye ...

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Road Redemption’s Fights are Fun but Don’t Last Long

Road Redemption screen shot

The most recent Road Rash videogame came out about 17 years ago, on the original PlayStation console. That is a very long time to wait for another installment of a franchise, but it might be worth it if the game is really good. That is not the case here, but this doesn’t mean that Road Redemption is a bad game. ...

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It’s Google’s Pixel Buds Versus Apple’s AirPods

Google Pixel Buds in grey

Yesterday, Google officially announced the second installment of its popular Pixel smartphones, the Pixel 2 and 2 XL. However, apart from this highly-anticipated announcement, the company also revealed something else, as part of its growing hardware business. The most important of those products were the Pixel Buds, a pair of wireless around the neck earbuds which, in a way, come ...

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Siri Mistook Bulgaria’s National Anthem for Despacito

Siri on an iPhone

It seems like Apple’s popular virtual assistant Siri can sometimes become a little bit confused. Especially when it comes to music. This is probably how it briefly mistook Bulgaria’s national anthem for none other than the hugely-popular song Despacito. How did this happen? Why? Nobody knows exactly, as Apple hasn’t yet provided an answer to those questions. The national anthem ...

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Stranger Things Mobile Game Launches

Stranger Things title card

On Wednesday, the company Bonus XP, Inc. released a mobile app in anticipation of the second season of Netflix’s hugely successful horror series Stranger Things. The app, which fans of the series can now download from either the App Store or rom Google Play, is actually a mobile game. It also has a very interesting soundtrack, fairly reminiscent of the ...

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iPhone X is Expensive, but People Still Want It

Apple iPhone X

The preorders for the new iPhone X from Apple will begin in just a few weeks. However, it seems like demand for the expensive and face-recognizing smartphone is already very high. At least this is what a recent survey by RBC Capital Markets tells us. After asking 4,000 people about their preferences, 28% of them said that are interested in ...

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Google’s Pixel 2 and 2 XL are Massive and Promising

Google Pixels martphone

It seems like an official image of the upcoming Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones from Google has leaked. With just a few hours left before the official, big launch, we now have a complete look at those too highly-anticipated devices. One thing is sure. From the image, we can see how massive and imposing the two devices actually ...

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