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Best Xbox games coming soon: Bleeding Edge, TRDS, and more

Collect ’em All Microsoft Edge Dev channel gets new collections features, extension sync Another weekly update is out for the Microsoft Edge Dev channel, and it has a host of handy features to check out. New in this release are a couple of improvements to collections, extension sync, and more. Advertisements

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Seemingly Unreleased Version of Logic Pro X With Live Loops Appears on Apple’s Education Site

A seemingly unreleased version of Logic Pro X has appeared on Apple’s education site, as spotted by a Reddit user. The image from Apple’s education products page shows a 16-inch MacBook Pro running Logic Pro X, but with a familiar interface that looks extremely similar to GarageBand’s Live Loops sessions on iOS. Since Logic Pro […]

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Where Did Plants Come From? This Ancient Algae Offers Clues

Andrew Knoll, a professor of natural history at Harvard University, expressed similar reservations. “It is quite possible that the fossils reflect an extinct, early branching group,” he said in an email. “Various forms of multicellularity have evolved repeatedly within the greens, so such an interpretation isn’t a stretch.” The evolutionary innovations seen in Tang’s fossil […]

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Microsoft disables new custom Xbox Live gamerpics amid ‘record numbers’

With much of the nation now stranded at home, Xbox Live reports record numbers, as Microsoft wrangles its gaming network to stay online. While we’ve seen a handful of issues impacting Xbox Live stability, the platform largely remains stable and adapting to increased demand. But it appears Microsoft has disabled the ability to upload new […]

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World Health Organization encourages people to game due to coronavirus

Many months ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) characterized excessive gaming as a disorder. While this is a known problem, no one thought that during the coronavirus pandemic, the WHO would recommend gaming as a pastime activity. According to a report by USA Today, Activision-Blizzard and other game makers kicked off an initiative called #PlayApartTogether […]

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Business as Usual Is On Hold—Even at the EPA

2020 has a new motto: “Canceled due to the coronavirus.” Businesses, schools, sports, travel, film, and TV production, conferences, meetings, and basically any and all business as usual has been suspended in the US as individuals and institutions try to slow the spread of Covid-19. We have, at least, had outdoor space to go to—staying […]

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2020 iPad Pro Teardown Provides Closer Look at LiDAR Scanner and Confirms Incremental Update

iFixit today shared a video teardown of the new iPad Pro, which Apple unveiled earlier this month. iFixit found that most of the internals of the 2020 ‌iPad Pro‌ are the same as the 2018 model, confirming that the device is a relatively incremental update. The most notable new feature seen inside the new ‌iPad Pro‌ […]

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Google announces $800+ million commitment towards COVID-19 relief efforts

Mountain View-based Internet search giant Google has announced a new $800+ million commitment to help small and medium businesses (SMBs), governments and health organizations respond to the COVID-19 crisis. Google has committed $250 million in ad grants to help the World Health Organization (WHO) and 100+ government agencies across the globe provide information on preventing […]

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