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  • Razer brings its updated keyboard to the newest Blade 15  The VergeRazer's pro Blade 15 Studio Edition now includes a 10th-gen Intel CPU  EngadgetRazer Introduces The Razer Blade 15 Studio Edition, Designed With Creators in Mind  WccftechThe Razer Blade Studio Edition is for creative pros who like a little RGB, too  PCWorldRazer Blade 15 Studio Edition Gets Quadro RTX […]
  • Pro Putt by Topgolf review: more realistic than real Topgolf  The Verge
  • Google offers a free Nest Mini to YouTube Premium subscribers  EngadgetGoogle offering free Nest Mini to YouTube Premium subscribers  Android PoliceGoogle Giving Away Free Nest Minis Again  Droid LifeGoogle's already affordable Nest Mini smart speaker can be yours for free… if you're lucky  PhoneArena9to5Google Daily 451: YouTube Premium subscribers get free Nest Mini, Google removes millions of TikTok reviews, […]
  • PlayStation Plus Games June 2020: Snag Call Of Duty: WWII For Free  GameSpotLeaked PS Plus Games For June Are Probably Too Good To Be True  ForbesPlayStation Plus Rumor Says Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Free In June 2020  Screen RantPlayStation Plus Free Games For June 2020 Revealed  GameSpotHow to Play 'Call of Duty: WWII' for Free  MaximView Full Coverage on Google […]
  • The Last of Us Part 2: Inside the Details – Behind the Scenes  IGNThe Last of Us Part 2 has a great PlayStation Vita cameo  PolygonPlayStation Reveals New 'The Last of Us Part II' Gameplay Footage  HYPEBEAST8 Minutes of The Last of Us Part 2 Gameplay | State of Play  IGNView Full Coverage on Google News

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  • It was only about seven months ago that Razer introduced its first workstation laptop, the Blade 15 Studio Edition. Today, the company is refreshing the computer to give it a 10th-generation Intel Core i7-10875H (unfortunately, there's no Ryzen 4800H…
  • Ustwo Studios — a division of the creative company behind Monument Valley and Assemble with Care ­– has dropped a new title on Facebook Gaming: Go Go Bots. It’s a fast-paced, strategic climbing game set in a glitchy, cyberpunk future — choose from on…
  • Days after Twitter fact-checked a false tweet by President Trump for the first time, the President is expected to sign an executive order that could limit the protections Twitter and other social media companies have under current federal law. Until…
  • No one’s going to live sporting events anytime soon. Yamaha hopes it can keep team spirit alive with its new app, though. Remote Cheerer lets fans tap on their devices to support their favorite players — or boo their challengers. The app is meant to…
  • Google is bringing back its smart speaker giveaway from last year (via Android Police). However, this time around, the company's offer is available to a greater number of people, with a simpler sign-up process in place as well. To find out if you're…

How-to Geek

  • Signify, the company behind the Philips smart home brand has a new feature for its Hue TV sync box—voice controls. Before, if you wanted to turn the device on, off, or change modes, you needed to get out your phone to control it. Now you can ask Google, Alexa, or Siri to make changes for […]
  • Windows 10 makes copy and paste more convenient with a feature called Clipboard history. It allows you to pin items you frequently copy and paste to a list for quick access. Here’s how to use it.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
  • Webcams are in high demand right now, and buying one at a reasonable price is nearly impossible. So why not use a camera that you already own? Canon’s webcam utility software, which used to be Windows-exclusive, can now turn your EOS or PowerShot camera into an overpowered Mac webcam.Read This Article on Review Geek ›
  • The Raspberry Pi 4 is already the most powerful entry yet from the Raspberry Pi foundation. So how do you take a good thing and make it even better? Add more RAM, of course. You can now grab an 8 GB Raspberry Pi 4 for $75. You’ll want to grab the beta 64-bit Raspbian OS […]
  • If incessant double pre-roll ads aren’t enough to make you pay for YouTube, maybe some free hardware will be? That’s Google’s latest approach to signing up new users for YouTube Premium. If you start a new subscription between now and June 30th, Google will send you a voucher for a free smart speaker to be […]

Lifehacker

  • If your meditation practice has become just one more thing to check off the to-do list—or if you’ve been trying meditation but haven’t found it as calming as you’d hoped—it might be time to rethink the way you’re approaching mindfulness.Read more…
  • So far, my son’s summer camp for June has been canceled, and I expect July and August to follow suit eventually. We’ve canceled two long weekend trips. The public pools are closed for the summer, and our backyard is too small and too sloped for anything resembling a decent pool. I will continue to work […]
  • A Kenneth Cole home sale, a Tile Pro 2-pack, a copy of Red Dead Redemption 2, a Belmint water flosser, a pack of two-way radios, and a s’mores maker lead Thursday’s best deals.Read more…
  • I love getting emails from Firefox Monitor that tell me my email was found in a brand-new data breach. Adding insult to injury is when it’s an email for a service I haven’t used for a decade. And the Triple Crown of this scenario is when that service is Livejournal—you know, that place everyone blogged […]
  • Facebook recently released an early version of CatchUp, an audio-only chatting app with one useful feature: Users can see when their contacts are available to chat, and strike up conversations (or group calls) with a single tap.Read more…

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  • Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he does not think social networks should be fact-checking what politicians post. From a report: Zuckerberg's comment came after CNBC asked him for thoughts on Twitter's decision to start fact-checking the tweets of President Donald Trump. Twitter's move came on Tuesday after Trump tweeted that mail-in ballots would be "substantially […]
  • President Trump will sign an executive order later today that mandates a review of a law that shields companies like Twitter, Google and Facebook from being held liable for the content appearing on their platforms after fact checks for the first time were added to two of his tweets. From a news report: The executive […]
  • The Google Threat Analysis Group (TAG), a division inside Google's security department that tracks nation-state and high-end cybercrime groups, has published its inaugural TAG quarterly report. In the Q1 2020 TAG Bulletin, Google analysts chose to highlight two rising trends the company saw in the first three months of 2020. The first is the rising […]
  • An anonymous reader quotes a report from Bloomberg: Online grocery sales have surged as much as 200% this year, according to Earnest Research, part of a broader boom in home cooking now that thousands of restaurants are closed. The $840 billion grocery industry has been one of the few bright spots amid a pandemic that […]
  • A third of Americans are showing signs of clinical anxiety or depression (alternative source), Census Bureau data shows, the most definitive and alarming sign yet of the psychological toll exacted by the coronavirus pandemic. The Washington Post reports: When asked questions normally used to screen patients for mental health problems, 24 percent showed clinically significant […]

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