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Epic says it does not prohibit players for political speech

Nevertheless, given the financial dependencies of Epic, the statement can still be reassuring. Chinese technology giant Tencent holds a large (albeit minority) stake in Epic, leading some to fear that Epic will silence political critics so it does not do business in its home country. (Tencent also has a stake in Activision Blizzard, though it's much smaller at less than …

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Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K review: DP starter kit

I've always hated the gimmicky and mostly meaningless tech-jargony term "disruptor," but that really is the role of Blackmagic plays in the film industry. It makes cameras that shoot with a quality that approaches giants like RED and ARRI but at a fraction of the cost. The Pocket Cinema Camera line has become a favorite amongst indie producers, studios, and …

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Seven Trends in Industrial Robotics You Didn’t See Coming

How many times did you hear how robotics will take over the world? Well, they might not take over the world (just yet), but they’re already doing some incredible things and are replacing a lot of workers out of their jobs. Even though many people think this is going to damage the economy – it’s actually going to keep the …

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8 hidden functions of macOS Catalina

MacOS Catalina is here with a number of key features: Mac Catalyst, new apps, sidecar, screen time and voice control. As you might expect, Catalina also contains dozens of small functional changes that are worth investigating. Here are some of the most interesting hidden features in macOS Catalina: Finally Home Theater For the first time, the Mac has access to …

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OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition price leaks, could reach new highs

OnePlus and McLaren have spiced up the next phase of their partnership this week, and the teen joker Ishan Agarwal now has an allegedly priced $ 849- $ 859 Betrayed (932-943 dollars). The Leaker says this is for a 12GB / 256GB model. Got news for European OnePlus fans! The OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition will be the most expensive …

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Google Maps displays dark modes

Over the last few months, we've updated most of the popular and lesser known Google apps with Dark Mode support. One remnant, however, has stayed with his weapons: Maps. The app already has a user-definable, dark theme during navigation, but the rest of the interface remains white. Now, Maps are showing insights into a dark mode, which hopefully points to …

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Kuo: New iPad Pro and iPhone SE 2 in early 2020, followed by collaboration between Apple AR third-party headsets

According to a Chinese report by Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is preparing to release the iPhone SE 2 and new iPad Pro models for the first quarter of next year. This was apparently followed by the introduction of the Apple AR headset in the second quarter. Kuo announces that Apple will partner with third-party brands to launch its first round of …

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Choosing the cloud-based business phone system done right

While everything is moving on the cloud, why telephony would stay behind?  Cloud Phone system requires no introduction today. It is the process of taking all the necessary hardware and software for business communication on the cloud. By taking your physical PBX system on-cloud, cloud telephony demands no hefty set-up cost, gives you all-around accessibility, and great ability to handle …

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This keyboard case gives the iPad Pro a pretty good trackpad

If you really, really want your iPad Pro to be a laptop, a new crowdfunding keyboard called Libra could be of interest. It's a laptop-style keyboard case similar to the Brydge model I tested a while back, but there's one big difference: this case has a trackpad. If you did not know, iPadOS offers rudimentary mouse support. It's not very …

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