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Gears Pop is Clash Royale with cover mechanics

As someone who pretends to have refined tastes, Gears Pop is a nightmare. A free-to-play mobile version of Gears featuring Funko Pop versions of the characters and enemies? I would not want my friends at the art gallery to see me playing that! And yet, I am playing it, and …

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LG Dual Screen review: A foldable enigma

I hold in my hands a smartphone accessory that sports a fully foldable screen. It’s got nothing to do with the beleaguered Samsung Galaxy Fold or Huawei Mate X, nor the half-dozen bendable phone prototypes from brands like Oppo, Xiaomi, Royale, and others. Rather, it’s LG’s Dual Screen, which retails …

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ProBeat: YouTube messages should have never existed

In August 2017, Google gave YouTube a chat feature. This week, in August 2019, the company said it would take the option away. Google could have figured out the feature was useless sooner — or not built it at all. YouTube chose to skip its official blog and instead announced …

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Leiting Games launches dungeon-crawler Overdungeon on Steam

Chinese game publisher Leiting Games has announced the full version of the rogue-like dungeon-crawler Overdungeon from Pocket Pair is now available on the PC via Steam. The Shenzhen, China-based Overdungeon said the game made by a former Nintendo developer blends the replayability of a rogue-like dungeon-crawler with the frenzied fights …

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