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“Red Dead Redemption 2” Delayed Until Spring 2018

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Fans of the “Red Dead Redemption” videogame were not at all surprised when Rockstar announced on Monday that they pushed back the sequel until Spring of 2018. So, everybody will have to wait a few more months to see the series they love on a modern console. Rockstar posted the official announcement on the Newswire section on their website, along ...

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Amazon Introduces Echo Look App

Amazon cards

It seems like Amazon wants to take a huge dive into the world of selfie cameras and began by introducing the new Echo Look companion app for iOS and Android. The app works with Echo’s connected camera and allows the users to take pictures of their outfits, compare them, select their favorites and more. It is interesting that only one month after ...

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Upcoming Apple iPhone 8, The Most Expensive One

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According to some reports from analysts, Apple will set the starting price of the upcoming iPhone 8 at about $1,000. It is worth noting that the iPhone have always been more expensive than the rest of the smartphones on the market, but this upcoming model will exceed them all. The reason for this is that the iPhone 8 will be ...

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Nokia 9 Details and Rumors

Nokia Lumia smartphone

According to a report, there might be a new flagship smartphone coming from Nokia. We knew about the Nokia 6 Android smartphone and how it will be a mid-range one. However, this upcoming Nokia 9 (or 8, as it was previously rumored) looks and feels like a higher-class device, with some very good hardware. The smartphone is reportedly going to ...

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Google Announces Standalone Virtual Reality Headsets

Girl enjoying virtual reality

According to Google, the key problems with virtual and augmented reality have been solved. At least in what concerns them. But the company will not stop here and it is planning a standalone virtual reality headset. Also, a new way to navigate indoors using visual reference points, bearing the name VPS. The company revealed that it has been working with ...

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Google Photos Will Let You Print Books

Google search on a tablet

Google Photos just introduces three new features which will help those people who have too many photos and do not have time to deal with them all. Since its launch two years ago, Google Photos has never introduced such a big update. Among them are some sharing and printing features which might prove very useful for some people. So, users ...

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Google Assistant on iPhone is Good but Limited

Google Assistant on a smartphone

Google’s Assistant has been preparing and waiting its entire short life for this moment. Users are now able to download it as a separate app on their iPhones. For some users at least, because for those who downloaded the Allo app, this will not come as a surprise. Still, the Assistant’s functionality on Google’s mobile messenger app was limited. However, ...

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Android O is Slowly Taking Shape

The Android mascot

Yesterday’s Google I/O presentation displayed a wide range of ambitions which the company is hoping to fulfill in the near future. However, what attracted the attention of many was maybe Android. More precisely, the new Google version of an operating system called Android O. Mainly, this one takes what was wrongly done in the Google mobile OS and makes it ...

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The Surge Does Not Excel Story-Wise, but During Combat

The Surge official image

Developer Deck 13 has created an action RPG that draws from games like “Bloodborne’ and “Dark Souls” but adds its owns twists and challenges. The Surge is a sci-fi survival adventure which will keep you entertained from start to finish. However, it will not be because of its story, but because of its combat sequences and intelligent approach. The game ...

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