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Google Stadia just got some awesome Cyberpunk 2077 release news

Google Stadia just got some awesome Cyberpunk 2077 release news

If you're planning to play Cyberpunk 2077 through Google Stadia, then the last few months have probably been somewhat frustrating for you. While CD Projekt Red confirmed Cyberpunk 2077's release date for other platforms long ago, we've only been hearing a late 2020 release window for Google Stadia. During the most recent edition of Night City Wire, CD Projekt Red finally revealed when Cyberpunk 2077 will be available through Stadia, and users should be pretty happy with the date.

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Which phones have 5G right now?

Which phones have 5G right now?

With 5G we're on the cusp of a new age of mobile phone data speed and connectivity, and a limited set of phones are ready for it. Even fewer are owned by people who are connected to their chosen 5G network properly. Today we're going to take a peek at which devices are ready to connect to 5G data if and when your mobile data provider of choice has coverage as such.

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Google event set for Thursday

Google event set for Thursday

Google announced an event called "Search On" that'll take place on Thursday, October 15. The event will not likely reveal any new sorts of hardware, but will very likely drop some major upgrades to the software we've already got loaded on our phones, notebooks, and tablet computers.

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Pokemon GO October 2020 : Unique Shiny Charizard with Dragon Breath!

Pokemon GO October 2020 : Unique Shiny Charizard with Dragon Breath!

Today we're looking at all the feature details released for Pokemon GO in October 2020 starting October 17! That includes updates for the game, Shiny Pokemon in Pokemon GO, and the next big Community Day - with Charmander! The next big day you'll likely want to pay attention to takes place on October 17, starting at 11AM local time.

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Google Pixel 5 Review – Goodbye Gimmicks

Google Pixel 5 Review – Goodbye Gimmicks

The Pixel 5 has a lot to prove. Google's 2020 flagship not only needs to convince shoppers to open their wallets in an unusually challenging year, but demonstrate that the sins of last year's Pixel 4 are not to be repeated. If there was anything to give us confidence it could do that, it was the pitch-perfect Pixel 4a: now, the question is how much of that magic can rub off on the Pixel 5.

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OnePlus 8T Review : Around the curve and back on track

OnePlus 8T Review : Around the curve and back on track

This is the official OnePlus 8T review as conducted by SlashGear. The OnePlus 8T may not agree with you if you've become accustomed to living the "Pro" smartphone life. Over the past few years, smartphones with "premium" features have clobbered our pocketbooks and looked to capitalize on the latest trends in "new for the sake of newness" in ways I've not been particularly pumped about. With the OnePlus 8T, it feels to me that OnePlus has returned from a brief stint of wild indulgence in over-the-top flashy features - back, here, to a place where the company's delivered a smartphone that's solid for all the right reasons.

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Google Duplex can book your haircut appointment

Google Duplex can book your haircut appointment

We're far enough away from the height of the coronavirus lockdown than in most places it's easy enough to find a place willing to cut your hair. Google has a new product that many people would've probably appreciated when business first began reopening, and throngs of customers were coming in for haircuts. Google Duplex, the AI chat agent, has been updated to add a new trick to its bag with the ability to have Google Assistant call and schedule an appointment at the salon or barber without the user needing to place the call themselves.

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Chrome OS 86 aims to make computing more accessible to visually impaired

Chrome OS 86 aims to make computing more accessible to visually impaired

A lot of modern technologies are designed for the vast majority of people with more or less capable vision and motor skills. Smartphones, for example, presume everyone has agile and accurate fingers, not to mention good if not excellent eyesight. Even laptops with larger screens take for granted that not everyone sees the same way. To make its web-centric platform more inclusive, Google is pouring some attention on accessibility features for Chrome OS that specifically target those who aren't able to see well.

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Google Maps adds new vehicle icons for Android users

Google Maps adds new vehicle icons for Android users

Android users are finally catching up with a cool feature that iPhone users have had for a few years on Google Maps. Google has finally rolled out custom car icons for the Android version of Maps allowing users to change what the icon on the screen looks like. Rather than having the plain white circle with the blue arrow in the middle, Android users now have three other icon options.

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Mineral aims to significantly increase food production in the next 50 years

Mineral aims to significantly increase food production in the next 50 years

X is a company that wants to bring in an era of computational agriculture. The company's goal is to significantly increase food production over the next 50 years to feed a growing population on Earth. The company says that its team has a new name, Mineral, and is currently working on experiments that involve bringing new tools to agriculture to help manage the complexity of farming and grow food sustainably on a global scale.

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Google might be forced to sell Chrome off if US government has its way

Google might be forced to sell Chrome off if US government has its way

The US government is preparing to make its case in courts over Google's alleged anti-competitive practices, particularly on the Internet. While it may already have its arguments prepared, the Justice Department may still be considering what steps it will require Google to take, presuming it wins its case. One of those may be to split up the company, which is already just a subsidiary of the bigger Alphabet, which includes selling off the most-used web browser in the market, Chrome.

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Gmail Go general availability was sadly just a fluke

Gmail Go general availability was sadly just a fluke

Google has created a suite of "lite" apps that are designed for its Android Go special configuration for more resource-constrained phones. Everyone, however, could probably do with such lightweight alternatives to Google's core apps, presuming they're also willing to live with the compromises. Google has, fortunately, made some of those apps available outside of Android Go phones and, for at least a day, it seemed that Gmail Go would become one of those. Unfortunately, that joy was short-lived and Google has pulled out the plug on the app's accidental availability.

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