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Microsoft rebrands Xbox Live to Xbox network - The Verge
Microsoft is rebranding its Xbox Live network to just Xbox network. The name change comes after changes to Xbox Live Gold subscriptions were announced recently.

Report: Sony shutting down PS3, PS Vita, and PSP PlayStation Stores - Polygon
A report by TheGamer said that Sony would shut down access to the PlayStation Store for its discontinued PS3, PS Vita, and PSP platforms.

Why Does The Flag Keep Getting Bigger? - Jalopnik
Having lived through the Bush years, my eyes always gravitate to any increased flag-waving nationalism. So while you may have just seen a new Pagani Huayra R, I immediately noticed a larger Italian flag on the side.

Samsung is reportedly working on a double-folding phone - The Verge
According to Nikkei Asia, Samsung is working on a folding phone that will fold in two places, as opposed to the single-fold designs the company currently offers. The news comes as Samsung is talking about skipping a Note offering this year.

Google Cloud hires Intel veteran to head its custom chip efforts - TechCrunch
There has been a growing industry trend in recent years for large-scale companies to build their own chips. As part of that, Google announced today that it has hired long-time Intel executive Uri Frank as vice president to run its custom chip division. “The f…

Judge grants class-action status to MacBook butterfly-keyboard suit - Ars Technica
Apple phased out the design after 2019, but older models still have issues.

Today I learned how to mute PS5 audio with the DualSense controller - The Verge
Audio coming out of the PlayStation 5 game console can be muted if you hold the mute button for about one second. This tip works whether you’re listening through speakers, headphones, or a gaming headset.

Buy 2 Get 1 Free Amazon Sale: Video Games, Board Games, More - IGN - IGN
Amazon is running a big buy-2-get-1-free sale that includes a ton of video games, board games, Blu-rays, and a whole lot more.

Apple’s 20-year head of developer relations retires ahead of Epic App Store trial - The Verge
Twenty years ago, Apple CEO Steve Jobs poached Ron Okamoto away from Adobe to become vice president of developer relations and later help build the App Store. Now, we’re learning he has retired — mere months before Apple’s App Store is set to go on trial.

Sony is Giving Away $350 Worth of Free PlayStation Games Over the Next Month - Yahoo Lifestyle
Sony kicked off its 2021 Play at Home initiative last month by giving all PlayStation owners a free copy of Ratchet & Clank. This week, Sony revealed the...

Apple Adds FaceTime Framework to Apple TV/HomePod Amid Speaker With Screen Rumors - MacRumors
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman today revealed that Apple has been developing new speakers that are equipped with "screens and cameras,"...

Asian man punched by stranger with brass knuckles in NYC attack - New York Post
An Asian man was pushed to the ground and punched by a stranger with brass knuckles in Queens, police sources said Monday.

LG looking to shut down phone business instead of selling it, report says - CNET
It follows reports earlier this year the company is looking to offload its phone business and its upcoming rollable phone.

macOS Big Sur 11.3 Includes Game Controller Emulation for iPhone/iPad Apps on M1 Macs - MacRumors
Over the course of the macOS Big Sur 11.3 beta, Apple has been refining and improving the way that iPad and iPhone apps run on M1 Macs. In the latest...

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