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Apex Legends Season 4 will add a new Legend named Forge

Apex Legends Season 4 will add a new Legend named Forge

Respawn and EA are gearing up to launch the fourth season of its hit battle royale game Apex Legends on February 4. This new season will bring with it a new battle pass and a variety of new in-game items, including an entirely new Legend named Forge. Respawn describes this new character as 'confident yet humble' with a considerable amount of strength and heavy-duty Shatter Gauntlets.

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Disney+ Obi-Wan Kenobi delay probably won’t impact premiere

Disney+ Obi-Wan Kenobi delay probably won’t impact premiere

Disney's Obi-Wan Kenobi original show has been delayed due to a script rejection, according to a recent report, but series star Ewan McGregor doesn't expect the anticipated premiere date to change. The news first arrived in a report claiming that Disney has rejected two scripts for the show in recent days, leaving the company to develop new stories and scripts for the project.

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Anti-inflammatory drugs may only work well if taken at the right time

Anti-inflammatory drugs may only work well if taken at the right time

A new study out of McGill University has found that anti-inflammatory drugs may only work properly if taken at the right time of the day...and, in fact, they may actively cause harm if taken at the wrong time. At the heart of the matter is the body's circadian rhythm and the processes that take place at the cellular level during different times of the day.

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The Criterion Collection will add four Netflix originals in 2020

The Criterion Collection will add four Netflix originals in 2020

The Criterion Collection, the company that tasks itself with curating what it considers the best and most important movies from around the world, will be adding four Netflix originals later this year. The announcement was made by Netflix in a tweet on Friday, revealing that its The Irishman and three others will be made available under Criterion Collection.

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How much does a movie need to be profitable?

How much does a movie need to be profitable?

A movie’s performance gets plenty of buzz these days. Not just how well it does with critics, but how well it is doing in the box office – how much people are paying for it. Avengers: Endgame drew plenty of hype as it steadily rose to become the highest grossing film of all time. Conversely, many gasped in horror as the Cats movie became one of the most unprofitable movies ever made.

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Google and Activision Blizzard ink major multi-year esports deal

Google and Activision Blizzard ink major multi-year esports deal

Google and Activision Blizzard have announced a major new multi-year esports deal that will, among other things, make YouTube the exclusive global streaming partner for live esports broadcasts involving games like Call of Duty, Hearthstone, and Overwatch. The only exception is in China, according to the companies, which refer to this deal as a 'strategic relationship.'

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Comcast subscribers will soon pay more for cable

Comcast subscribers will soon pay more for cable

It's no secret that consumers are largely ditching traditional pay-TV services in favor of over-the-top and on-demand video streaming services. Comcast is one of the service providers feeling this change in the market as evidenced by its most recent quarterly results. Among other things, the company said that its cable customers will experience rate 'adjustments' later this year.

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High-protein diet study has bad news for heart patients

High-protein diet study has bad news for heart patients

A new study out of the Washington University School of Medicine has found that while following a high-protein diet may have excellent benefits when it comes to weight loss, there's also a major potential downside: an increased risk of heart attacks. The issue revolves around arterial plaque, particularly the unstable kind that can block off arteries.

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Why the Space Force logo looks like Star Trek, and Star Trek looks like NASA

Why the Space Force logo looks like Star Trek, and Star Trek looks like NASA

Today the newest incarnation of the United States Space Force logo was revealed by Donald Trump. This logo should look familiar. It would very much appear to be a reincarnation of its former self - not to mention a clear reminder of the origins and controversy over the original. And yes, that does very much look like the Star Trek Starfleet Command insignia, largely because all of these symbols are designed to mimic one another - for real.

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Fortnite Harley Quinn skin teased with recent Warner Bros tweet

Fortnite Harley Quinn skin teased with recent Warner Bros tweet

Epic has scored a number of major crossovers for its Fortnite battle royale game and it may have just teased the newest one in the pipeline. Coming only weeks after the company ended its major Star Wars crossover is a new tweet from Epic indicating that we may see a new skin based on the Warner Bros. character Harley Quinn. Sadly, and as expected for a teaser, Epic is withholding quite a few details.

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Wind just ruined the Boeing 777X’s majestic first flight

Wind just ruined the Boeing 777X’s majestic first flight

Boeing's brand new 777X failed to make its first test flight today, after inclement weather forced the 777X First Flight to be rescheduled. Strong winds left the plane waiting for several hours at the end of the runway in Everett, Washington on Friday, before Boeing admitted defeat.

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It’s time to stop making excuses for game publisher greed

It’s time to stop making excuses for game publisher greed

If you find you're dismayed by the current state of the AAA games industry, you certainly aren't alone. These days, it seems like many games from publishers like Electronic Arts, Activision, Ubisoft, and countless others are vehicles for microtransactions first and actual games second. Publishers have been getting bolder and bolder with their monetization strategies, and as much as it may sting to hear it, some of the blame for that lies with us, their customers.

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