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Halo Infinite Beta Players Are Already Competing For High Scores Using The Academy - GameSpot
Using the Academy training tool, Halo Infinite beta players have made their own meta-game.

Report: Blizzard Once Slapped With 'Misogyny Tax' - Kotaku
Activision Blizzard’s reputation has been tarnished behind the scenes for years

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There's no stopping Chromebooks from dominating the world - Android Police
Chromebooks have proven to be terrific machines for students — or really, just about anyone working from home these days. Chromebooks have seen

Final Fantasy XIV Changes Hole-y Icon - Kotaku
Naoki Yoshida made changes to the sage job icon after player feedback

How to make Chromecast with Google TV feel a bit faster [Gallery] - 9to5Google
The Chromecast with Google TV is a brilliant streamer for just $50, but it has a tendency to feel slow, so here's how to make it faster.

Huawei’s latest flagship phone has HarmonyOS, a Qualcomm SoC, and no 5G - Ars Technica
Facing export ban and chip shortage, Huawei is scraping together what it can find.

California has an ongoing lawsuit with Riot Games as well as Activision Blizzard - NME
The state of California is in an ongoing lawsuit with Riot Games as well as Activision Blizzard.

Two Point Hospital gets free Sonic the Hedgehog crossover - TrueAchievements
Two Point Hospital has a free Sonic the Hedgehog crossover going on right now, with free outfits and decorations for your staff and hospital.

Valve issues scathing reply over the facts behind a Steam antitrust case - Ars Technica
Valve says it has "no obligation" to let devs "undercut" Steam using free keys.

Everything new coming from Apple in August 2021 - Macworld
We don't expect any new hardware until September, but software and services march on in August.

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