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New Xbox Series S And Series X Leak On-Line

September 10, 2020

The New Xbox Series S will be a cheaper version of Xbox’s next-generation console. Sources told Windows Central that the Xbox Series S would cost $299 and include a $25 per month Xbox All Access financing option. A less powerful and digital-only version of the Xbox Series X. The report also mentions the Series X might […]

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T-Mobile To Offer Free Internet To Low-Income Households

September 7, 2020

T-Mobile announced the start of a $10.7 billion initiative to deliver free internet connectivity to all U.S. students who are part of free and reduced-price school lunch programs. Under the 10-year program, millions of low-income households will get free wireless hotspots and free high-speed data, T-Mobile says. It’s executing the plan by partnering with school districts […]

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Want To Increase Your Chances On Dating Apps?

September 1, 2020

A new study says that admitting to using an iPhone can make you 76% more likely to receive a swipe right on a dating app. Add an Apple Watch and it could increase your chances of happiness, by 61%. Even AirPods could help you be lucky, with a 41% uptick if you stated you had […]

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TikTok Says Good Bye To CEO Mayer & Hello To Walmart?

August 28, 2020

TikTok CEO Kevin Mayer is leaving three months after joining. In the middle of negotiations to sell the Chinese-owned short-form video app’s U.S. operations to Microsoft Corp or Oracle Corp. Could Walmart be coming into play? Yep, Walmart Inc said it was joining Microsoft in a bid for social media’s assets. The deal would help […]

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Find Out How You Could Be The 1st To Get A PlayStation 5!

August 27, 2020

Want to be the 1st to get a PlayStation 5? Sony is planning to send pre-order invites. Go to the PlayStation website and submit your PSN username on the form. If you’re one of the ones selected, “based on previous interests and PlayStation activities” then you’ll get an email invite allowing you to order one […]

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Astronaut Jeanette Epps To Be The 1st Black Woman On International Space Station

August 26, 2020

NASA astronaut Jeanette Epps will become the first black woman to be a crew member on the International Space Station. On Tuesday, NASA said Epps will join astronauts Sunita Williams and Josh Cassada on a 2021 mission aboard a Boeing-built Starliner spacecraft. Epps has a doctorate in aerospace engineering. Served seven years as a technical […]

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Trump Signs Order Banning TikTok in U.S.

August 9, 2020

President Trump has gone ahead and signed an executive order banning two popular Chinese Apps: TikTok and WeChat. The ban will prohibit the apps from operating in the United States in 45 days unless they are bought by an American company, such as Microsoft. U.S. officials are concerned about National Security being compromised by information […]

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Reels By Facebook and Instagram, To Take On TikTok

August 6, 2020

So this morning I woke up to read Instagram and saw Reels. And I was like, ” What The Hell Is Reels? Well, according to Instagram (via USA Today). Reels is “a new way to create and discover short, entertaining videos on Instagram.” The app works almost identically to TikTok. You record and edit 15-second video […]

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Netflix Is Bringing Back All Your Favorite Black Sitcoms

August 2, 2020

Get ready because Netflix is bring it back all the Black classic sitcoms from back in the day. Starting August 1st all the classic Black sitcoms you grew up on will be back on and at your demand. Do you remember all the shows that used to come on networks like UPN the WB and […]

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Twitter Update Coming To Help Stop Hate And Violence

July 29, 2020

Twitter is updating its policies to ban links. Making it harder for users to spread hate speech and violent content. Twitter already had rules in place barring hateful conduct and violence in tweets, but the policy didn’t extend to linked content. So users could effectively skirt Twitter’s policies by linking to content that would otherwise […]

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