This Elder Scrolls Ritual of Mara ring is a wedding band only a gamer could love

This Elder Scrolls Ritual of Mara ring is a wedding band only a gamer could love

Someone has probably uttered the words "the couple that games together stays together" at some point in the past, and now Bethesda is giving you a chance to put truth to those words. New in the Bethesda merchandise shop today is a listing for a Ritual of Mara wedding band, which - judging by its price - is aimed at only the biggest Elder Scrolls fans and their lovers.

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Leaked Star Wars set in question: Tatooine, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Andor?

Leaked Star Wars set in question: Tatooine, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Andor?

There's a bit of a fan battle going on right now in the leaked photo universe for Star Wars. Several sources captured photos of a relatively large set constructed in Little Marlow, Buckinghamshire, with a look that COULD be Tatooine in origin. It's that sort of sand, tan color, it's relatively short, and it looks like a little village. It could very easily be a "Mos Whatever" gathering of buildings - or it could be on a different planet entirely.

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MediaTek’s new high-end Android 5G chipsets aim to squeeze out Snapdragon

MediaTek’s new high-end Android 5G chipsets aim to squeeze out Snapdragon

MediaTek has revealed two new chipsets for 2021 Android smartphones, with the Dimensity 1200 and Dimensity 1100 5G aiming to take on the high-end and challenge Qualcomm's Snapdragon dominance there. The two new 6nm chipsets each promise 5G support as well as a considerable uptick in multimedia capabilities, including support for up to 200-megapixel cameras.

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OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro Android 11 release date with OxygenOS 11 open beta

OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro Android 11 release date with OxygenOS 11 open beta

OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro just got the authorization from OnePlus for OxygenOS 11 open beta 1 based on Android 11. This might very well be the biggest update the smartphone family get in the few years most users will be handling the hardware. With this system upgrade, users will gain access to "fresh new UI visual designs", ambient display, and a whole lot of camera features.

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Google Messages gives uncertified Android phones an ultimatum

Google Messages gives uncertified Android phones an ultimatum

If you've got an uncertified Android device in your pocket that's running Google Messages, then you should know that your days with the app are numbered. Google has started alerting users that Messages will stop working on uncertified devices in March, leaving those using such a device to look elsewhere for a messaging service. While few Android users likely use an uncertified device as their daily driver, those who do should start seeing this alert soon.

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Fortnite update released: Predator, Jungle Hunter, one big alien skull!

Fortnite update released: Predator, Jungle Hunter, one big alien skull!

The latest Fortnite update is ready to roll, including a new boss character, a new mythic item, new Jungle Hunter Quests, and IO Guards removed from the Arena. Overnight an issue appeared with searching for specific players through friends lists - if you're still experiencing that, make sure you're not "mass accepting" any friend requests in the interim. UPDATE: Fornite's creators suggest they've fixed the error this morning.

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NASA set fire to its ISS spacecraft – all for Artemis astronaut safety

NASA set fire to its ISS spacecraft – all for Artemis astronaut safety

NASA intentionally lit a fire in one of its spacecraft, turning the Cygnus that had just delivered supplies to the International Space Station into a laboratory to see how future disasters might impact crewed missions to the Moon and, later on, Mars. While space itself lacks the oxygen for fire to be an issue, crewed spacecraft like those NASA intends to use for its Artemis missions need to provide a breathable atmosphere for the astronauts onboard.

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Netflix Shuffle Play release date revealed for public rollout

Netflix Shuffle Play release date revealed for public rollout

This week Netflix confirmed that the long-awaited "Shuffle Play" feature will be released to the public in the first half of the year 2021. This Shuffle Play feature will be helpful for those users that enjoy playing a single TV show (generally a comedy) for comfort viewing. It's also likely GOING to be great for those users that'll want to shuffle through content placed on a list by Netflix - like when a single title has several seasons of episodes and a movie.

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Here’s what’s next for Among Us

Here’s what’s next for Among Us

Despite launching in 2018, Among Us wound up being one of the biggest games of last year after it got some attention from big streamers on Twitch. With gamers all over the world stuck in quarantine, the game became a big hit, and now fans and developer Innersloth are looking to the future of the game. In a new blog post, Innersloth gave us an update about what's happening at the studio and what we can expect in 2021.

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2022 Mercedes-Benz EQA electric crossover strikes a price and range balance

2022 Mercedes-Benz EQA electric crossover strikes a price and range balance

Mercedes-Benz has revealed its newest all-electric model, with the 2022 EQA electric crossover a sibling of the GLA compact SUV. Blending the styling of the GLA with the automaker's existing EQC electric SUV, the 2022 EQA will be the most affordable of Mercedes' EQ family of EVs, with pricing in Europe expected to kick off at around 47,540 euro ($55,300) before any incentives.

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LG confirms it may abandon smartphones

LG confirms it may abandon smartphones

LG may exit the smartphone business, abandoning its fledgling rollable smartphone roadmap and recent oddball form-factors amid rising competition in the mobile space. Though still one of the better-known names in the cellphone space, the past few years have been a struggle for LG nonetheless, with the company racking up around $4.5 billion in losses for the division over the last five years.

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New smart aerogel extracts water from air without needing power

New smart aerogel extracts water from air without needing power

Researchers from the National University of Singapore have created a new substance able to extract water from air without needing external power. The substance is a smart aerogel that could be used to create drinkable water for people living in environments where it's difficult to find clean water for drinking. Aerogel is a solid material that is exceptionally lightweight.

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