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June 26, 2022

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The Verge

A sophisticated spyware campaign is getting the help of internet service providers (ISPs) to trick users into downloading malicious apps, according to research published by Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG) (via TechCrunch).

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Forbes

We are seeing a wide range of reactions from game studios across the industry in the wake of the overturning of Roe V. Wade by the Supreme Court yesterday. They range from Destiny developer Bungie, who immediately published a policy that they would pay …

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ABC News

Amazon announced on Wednesday it was working on an update to allow its Alexa digital assistant to mimic any voice, even that of a deceased family member. For those experiencing complicated grief after the loss of a …

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The Indian Express

According to a report on 52Audio, the new TWS buds will come with the H1 chip in an upgraded form factor and a USB-C port for charging. This would mean Apple is doing away with the Lightning charging port, which has been standard on these devices so far.

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Eurogamer.net

From Software’s Elden Ring only released in February, but already its next game – still a mystery for now – is in the “final stages” of development. As spotted by Gematsu (thanks, PC Gamer), back in 2018, studio boss Hidetaka Miyazaki said that “3.5” …

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The Indian Express

Apple is hosting its ‘Back to School’ 2022 offers for students who purchase a MacBook Air, Pro, iPad or iMac. Under the scheme, select Apple Macs are available at a discounted price, along with the option of AirPods 3 or AirPod Pro at a lower price.

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The Verge

The top left corner of the Apple MacBook Pro 2022 keyboar deck on a lavendar background It took a while. My review of the M2 MacBook Pro …

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CNET

Nintendo’s subscription service offers online play, free games and cloud saves. It’s essential for most, but you probably only need the cheapest plan. Scott Stein headshot.

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Axios

Why it matters: The games industry is showing an increasing willingness to make political statements — and deal with the pros and cons of taking a stand. Details: “We believe that bodily autonomy and reproductive …

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