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PS4 owners can try ‘Tetris Effect’ for free on November 1st

The wild and abstract visuals of Tetris Effect are in line with the rest of Enhance’s catalog, which boasts acclaimed puzzle games like Rez Infinite and Lumines Remastered. Founder Tetsuya Mizuguchi has become known for games that merge gameplay and music with lots of flashy particle effects, and Tetris Effect ...

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Here’s all the best gear and gadgetry you can snag for $100 or less

In today’s tech-saturated world, $100 can get you pretty far. Thanks to the advent of smartphones, things like processors, accelerometers, and lithium-ion batteries have, over the years, become ridiculously cheap and accessible for electronics manufacturers. This has ultimately resulted in a flood of inexpensive but highly capable gadgets. Nowadays, you ...

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The best USB-C adapters, cables and hubs

Why you should trust us As Wirecutter’s accessory writer, Nick tested hundreds of accessories across a wide swath of categories over the past two years. Before that, he was the accessories editor at iLounge for a little more than three years, where he reviewed more than 1,000 products, including dozens ...

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5 crazy successful Kickstarters that didn’t live up to the hype

Further reading Kickstarter has been a platform for some amazing products, but, obviously, some have fallen flat. What exactly you need to create a successful Kickstarter depends on what you’re selling, but a compelling campaign, great incentives, and solid video are must-haves. Surprisingly, however, some Kickstarter projects have raised millions of ...

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Amazon Go is the inevitable evolution of supermarket retail

In fact, the layouts of modern supermarkets would utterly flummox a shopper from the late 19th century. In the earliest days of retail, shoppers would make multiple trips to multiple shops, each specializing in a specific class of product. You had butchers, bakers, greengrocers, fishmongers, dry goods and general stores, ...

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Waymo is testing what it should charge for its robotaxi service

Self-driving startup Waymo, a Google spin -off owned by parent company Alphabet, has started to test pricing models for rides in its autonomous vehicles in Phoenix, the latest indication that the company is preparing to launch a commercial robotaxi service. Waymo has not launched a wide-scale commercial robotaxi service in Phoenix — or anywhere — ...

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