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Short Review on Shenmue 3

Almost eighteen years later, the developers behind Shenmue decided to release a new sequel to the series. Until not long ago, it seemed like fans of the franchise will not see a new game launched too soon, but, to their excitement, the news that Shenmue ​3 will make its way to the market surfaced earlier this year. Now, thanks to director Yu Suzuki and the success of the Kickstarter campaign, the game has seen a third sequel. Continuing the fascinating story left by its predecessor, Shenmue ​3 is depicting the…

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Here’s How to Customize Your Google Chrome Browser

Google Chrome is the most used web browser currently accessible on the internet. With millions of users, the browser boasts with its popularity and easy-to-navigate interface that draws more people to it. Not many Chrome users know that the web browser can be customized. With the aid of Chrome version 77, one can personalize their browser with just a few clicks. To utilize this trick, users must ensure they have installed the latest version of the web browser. How to Customize your Chrome Browser As this started, Google updated its…

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Nokia Smartphones Expected to Launch Next Year

Nokia is expected to announce the release of a new batch of smartphones, so the list of upcoming mobile devices gets longer. After years of being pushed down by other smartphone manufacturers, Nokia has become more dynamic with its strategic techniques. Because of this, the handset creator has seen good sales figures in the last few years. List of Nokia Smartphones for 2020 We managed to gather a list of all the upcoming Nokia smartphones and decided to share it here. The list contains the Nokia 8.2, which could end…

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xCloud Promises To Be Better Than Google Stadia

Google Stadia has been released, and the battle for cloud gaming is gearing up as more big-name competitors prepare to enter the fray. Stadia has struggled a bit during the launch, and some of the features that were promised are not yet available. Microsoft will learn from the experience of the competitor as it is hard at Project xCloud, a cloud gaming service that is still in beta. Cloud gaming is shaping up to be an excellent service as it would allow users to enjoy their favorite titles on a…

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Red Dead Redemption 2 PC Version Launched On Google Stadia Before Steam

Red Dead Redemption 2 is now available to play on PC in many ways. Today, the game saw its launch on Google Stadia, which makes it possible to explore the Wild West on phones or PC, via the Google Chrome browser. Yes, you can play Red Dead Online through Pixel 3 or a Google Chrome Browser. This comes weeks before the game will reach the Steam platform. For those of you who are playing the game on Google Stadia, Rockstar Games has come with several rewards for you. Besides the…

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New Sensor Discovered in Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pro

​Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pro​ is now on the market, and fans who awaited it can excitedly browse it at will. However, it didn’t take long for iFixit​ to dissect the whole machine and make a more in-depth analysis of the computer. MacBook Pro Packs New Sensor  The MacBook Pro packs a bigger battery and has a quite large amount of the technology behind this year’s scissor-switch keyboard in the pre-butterfly scissor-switch keyboard. Another discovery made by the team at iFixit was possible due to an able assist from  Joe Rossignol and MacRumours​ with…

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Technology 

Snapchat Lures People Back To The App With This Move

Snapchat is a really popular app, but it could definitely grow some more in popularity. A lot of people are migrating towards Instagram more these days, and the previously mentioned app thought about all kinds of ways of luring back its users. The Verge just reported that Snapchat’s latest plan for a viral AR filter is taking users on an aging journey where they can use a slider to begin morphing from a baby to an older person. The company did have huge success with its baby lens original filter…

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LiveScore for PC: How to Download and Use the App on PC

​For sports enthusiasts, LiveScore is a fantastic way to stay up-to-date to the newest events in the sports world.  The app covers all the major sports, for instance, football, tennis, basketball, cricket, and so on. Users receive a notification whenever anything important happens, and can also view comprehensive analysis of the games, competitions, and so on. Moreover, the app provides a news section where users can browse through the latest news, all of which are brought by reliable sources. These features make LiveScore a must-have application for any sports enthusiast.…

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Science 

A SpaceX Starship Prototype Explodes During Testing [Video]

SpaceX’s Starship Mark 1 prototype rocket has partially exploded during a pressure test. This happened in Boca Chica, Texas. The incident took place yesterday, November 20, afternoon, and it was captured on live-streamed video. Business Insider reveals that during the test, the upper portion of the rocket blew apart, and heavy plumes of smoke flowed from the prototype. According to the website mentioned above, “The purpose of today’s test was to pressurize systems to the max, so the outcome was not completely unexpected,” a SpaceX spokesperson told The Verge. The rep…

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Chrome Beta 79.0.3945.45 Update is Now Live with High-Priority Bug Fixes

If you enjoy using Google’s Chrome to surf the web, then you might want to consider joining the beta program. Most people don’t like to join the beta programs of their favorite apps because they don’t want to deal with bugs or glitches but fortunately, this is not the case for Chrome. The only thing that will happen after joining the program is that you will receive access to all the latest updates and bug fixes. In fact, a brand-new update has just been released. Chrome Beta 79.0.3945.45 Update As…

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