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2016 Presidential Debates live streaming: Twitter, Facebook

2016 Presidential Debates live streaming: Twitter, Facebook

Not one to be outdone by its competitors, Twitter has announced that it will be live streaming the Presidential debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Facebook revealed yesterday that it will be live streaming them as well, and now that Twitter has thrown its hat into the ring, those without a cable package have quite a few options when it comes to watching the drama unfold.

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Dark Souls developer says it’s done with franchise once Dark Souls 3 DLC launches

Dark Souls developer says it’s done with franchise once Dark Souls 3 DLC launches

Bad news for you Dark Souls fans who were hoping to see the series continue on past the third installment: From Software says it's done with the franchise once the two planned DLC expansions for Dark Souls 3 hit the scene. At least, that's what From Software president Hidetaka Miyazaki is now saying, telling Polygon that he doesn't have any plans to continue the series after development on Dark Souls 3 has wrapped up.

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Instagram posts can now be saved as drafts

Instagram posts can now be saved as drafts

If you've ever found yourself trying to come up with the perfect post for Instagram but just knew the creative juices weren't quite there at that moment, then chances are you'll be overjoyed to hear of the platform's newest feature. Instagram is currently rolling out a "save as draft" option across its apps, allowing users to come back to posts later.

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Pokemon Bank getting National Pokedex feature with Sun and Moon support

Pokemon Bank getting National Pokedex feature with Sun and Moon support

With today's Pokemon Sun and Moon news comes the announcement of a major update for Pokemon Bank. For those not in the know, Pokemon Bank is a utility app Nintendo created for the 3DS that allows players to easily store and transfer Pokemon between generation six games. That functionality will extend into the seventh generation of Pokemon games, with Nintendo confirming today that Pokemon Sun and Moon will receive Bank support in January 2017.

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Pokemon Sun and Moon trailer reveals version-exclusive monsters

Pokemon Sun and Moon trailer reveals version-exclusive monsters

As with all of the Pokemon games that came before them, Pokemon Sun and Moon will come with a number of new Pokemon that will be exclusive to one version or the other. A freshly-landed trailer for Sun and Moon is detailing just a few of these version exclusives, giving us an early glimpse at the Pokemon you'll be able to find in your preferred version.

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Philips SceneSwitch bulb offers three light modes, no add-ons needed

Philips SceneSwitch bulb offers three light modes, no add-ons needed

Philips Lighting has launched an interesting new LED light bulb focused on giving consumers a selection of lighting choices without requiring additional purchases. Dubbed the SceneSwitch, the new bulb supports three different light modes and using it seems about as straightforward as you can get without having to purchase new switches or dimmers.

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iPhone 7 display named best mobile LCD ever

iPhone 7 display named best mobile LCD ever

As is usually the case with any major phone release, DisplayMate is back with another display shootout. This time it's comparing the iPhone 7 to the iPhone 6, and it has some significant praise to lap onto the iPhone 7's display, naming it the best mobile LCD it's ever tested. While the displays on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 7 may appear to be mostly the same at first blush - and indeed there are quite a few similarities - there are a number of improvements that led DisplayMate to award the iPhone 7's display with this distinction.

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Battlefield 1 PC requirements revealed, GTX 1060 or RX 480 recommended

Battlefield 1 PC requirements revealed, GTX 1060 or RX 480 recommended

We're almost exactly a month out from the release of Battlefield 1, and PC players who didn't participate in the recent multiplayer beta are almost certainly wondering what kind of rig they'll need to run the game. Electronic Arts and DICE have unleashed those details, and unsurprisingly, you'll need a relatively beefy PC to run Battlefield 1 as it is intended.

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Pokemon Company CEO comments on Nintendo NX hybrid rumors

Pokemon Company CEO comments on Nintendo NX hybrid rumors

When you consider that Nintendo owns the Pokemon trademark, it probably won't come as much of a shock to hear Pokemon Company CEO Tsunekazu Ishihara say that his company will release Pokemon games for Nintendo's incoming console, currently code-named the Nintendo NX. What may come as a surprise, however, is that Ishihara has commented on what the NX will be when it arrives in what will presumably be March 2017.

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Panasonic reveals lineup of four new LUMIX cameras

Panasonic reveals lineup of four new LUMIX cameras

There have been a whole slew of new cameras and accessories announced at Photokina 2016, and Panasonic is adding to that by announcing four new cameras of its own. These new devices are all part of the LUMIX series of cameras, and range from cameras that are still in development to ones that will be available later this year.

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Olympus reveals OM-D E-M1 Mark II at Photokina 2016

Olympus reveals OM-D E-M1 Mark II at Photokina 2016

Olympus has announced the latest entry in its OM-D series of cameras, today introducing the world to its OM-D E-M1 Mark II at Photokina 2016. While the camera is currently in development, Olympus already has a slew of details to share about the new camera, boasting that it will be a compact system camera that can nonetheless compete with pro-level DSLRs.

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Nikon KeyMission line of action cameras launches in October with three models

Nikon KeyMission line of action cameras launches in October with three models

Nikon is looking to make a splash in the action camera space with its new KeyMission line. Announced today, the line is set to go on sale in October and will feature three different cameras, ranging from options that are good for those who are looking for a more entry-level device to one that's aimed at those who want a fully-featured action camera.

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