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New Samsung Galaxy Leaks, stunning OnePlus 7T Pro, Microsoft's Android Surprise

<div _ngcontent-c16 = "" innerhtml = " Reviewing seven days of news and headlines in the world of Android, this week's Android Circuit features details about the leaked Galaxy S11 camera, the OnePlus 7T Pro is introduced, the latest OnePlus 8 leaks, Huawei's new Google Lifeline, the unified Android gestures, the Cosmo QWERTY keyboard, the Microsoft-powered Surface device from Microsoft, …

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Blizzard falls silent because of the controversial suspension of the Hong Kong Hearthstone player

The video game developer Blizzard Entertainment finally broke his silence after banning a popular player of the popular Hearthstone virtual card game to support the protests in Hong Kong. In a lengthy statement, the company announces that it will halve the one-year suspension from player Ng "Flash" Wai Chung to half a year and restore the prize money he has …

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Finally, Blizzard comments on Hearthstone debacle, reduces blockages and returns prize money

After a week of controversy over his decision to steal Hearthstone from Chung "Blitzchung" Ng Wai from a tournament and suspend him for a year for delivering a pro-Hong Kong message during an official broadcast, Blizzard finally made a statement about the situation. It is planned to allow Blitzchung to collect his prize money after all and reduce his suspension. …

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Samsung is happy to help you check if your OLED TV is branded

YouTube's video highlights the types of visual vomiting you should look for when searching for burn-in processes (discoloration of pixels by static images). It includes a static 10-second red indicator that fills the TV and makes the burned parts of the screen clearer. The problem of branding OLEDs in practice is not quite as clear or as widespread as Samsung …

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Riot urges the League of Legends professionals to comment on "sensitive" issues

The company also argued that statements on its platforms could "escalate" already tense situations and endanger fans and riot employees. The position should not reassure critics. People (including US senators) have already blamed Blizzard for yielding to Chinese censorship so as not to upset the Communist Party and lose business. This is not helped by Riot Chinese possessions. Tencent is …

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