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Sign up for the closed beta of Mario Kart Tour before its official release this summer

Nintendo has announced when they’ll finally officially be bringing the Mario Kart franchise to mobile later this year, specifically sometime during the summer. But you might not have to wait that long to play it, if you’re cool with beta testing games. Nintendo is currently accepting applications to be in the closed beta for Mario […]

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New sign points to November launch of OnePlus 5T

A new source has posted a picture of an alleged marketing site for the OnePlus 5T that indicates the launch date will be November 16th. Assuming this is not a well-crafted photoshop job, this would seem to confirm previous rumors and leaks claiming OnePlus had a new phone in the works to follow on the […]

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Facebook shows no sign of stopping, now has 1.86 billion users

Facebook is under quite a bit of pressure of late. It's trying to fix the rise of fake news and clickbait on its News Feed and, more recently, it's had to deal with the Zenimax lawsuit against Oculus. But all of that hasn't eaten into Facebook's bott…
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[TA Deals] Sign up for a lifetime subscription to Windscribe VPN (91% off)

Windscribe is advertised as more than just your standard virtual private network (VPN). The service is a desktop application and browser extension that work together to keep your privacy safe on the Internet. You’ll be able to use to unblock geo-locked websites and even remove ads and trackers from standard Internet browsing. Mask your physical […]

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Comcast gigabit Internet users will have to sign a three-year contract to avoid data cap

Comcast has rolled out gigabit Internet in Atlanta, GA to compete with Google Fiber, but you’ll pay double the price if you don’t want to sign a three-year contract, and your speed will also be throttled at 300GB.

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