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Fans Were Upset Over Nintendo Direct “Spoilers”

Hours before Thursday’s Nintendo Direct, announcements leaked. Kotaku, and other game sites, inevitably published the relevant news. That was expected, but the online pushback wasn’t. Some fans were upset. In the past, these leaks would be called breaking news. In 2021, they’re spoilers—at least, according to some…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Why The Splatoon 3 Devs Are The Best, In One GIF

Sometimes, during these surprise Nintendo Direct presentations, developers will just do the darnedest things. This includes the Splatoon 3 studio Nintendo Entertainment Planning & Development (Nintendo EDP) whose nondescript “squid researcher” dazzled us with both late-breaking research findings and his impressive…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Castlevania Advance Collection Is Real, And It’s Out Today

Some of the greatest Castlevania games of all time are coming to Switch later today thanks to the new Castlevania Advance Collection, which bundles all three Game Boy Advance classics into one complete package for the first time.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Castlevania Advance Collection Is Real, And It’s Out Today

Some of the greatest Castlevania games of all time are coming to Switch later today thanks to the new Castlevania Advance Collection, which bundles all three Game Boy Advance classics into one complete package for the first time.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Nintendo Switch Gets N64 And Genesis Collection, Complete With Online Multiplayer

During today’s Direct presentation Nintendo finally confirmed what a lot of observers already suspected: Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis games are coming to the Nintendo Switch Online service later this October.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Using Your Android Phone On The Road Is About To Get A Little Easier

For all the complaints about how complicated new cars are, phone projection software is an objective win for modern vehicles. Plug in your handset and Android Auto or CarPlay is right there on your infotainment screen, feeding you directions and media controls without forcing you to use an annoying mount or cradle the…Read more… Continue […]

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10 of the Biggest Annoyances in iOS 15 (and How to Fix Them)

iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 are solid updates to the iPhone and iPad. Yes, there’s not a whole lot going on this year, and we’re still waiting on features like SharePlay and Universal Control, but this is the year of small, stable updates. That said, every year Apple tends to add some features that are […]

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12 Better Ways to Browse the Internet on Your iPhone

One of the best new features of Safari in iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 is its support for extensions. They’re cool new ways to add some excellent features to your web browsing experience, but unfortunately, the App Store doesn’t make it easy to find the best ones on iOS 15. We’re here to fill the […]

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Workhorse Is Apparently Trying To Be The Saddest Of The Car Startups

Workhorse, the electric van startup that failed to get the new USPS mail truck contract, then protested that decision, then, last week, withdrew that protest in failure, said Wednesday that it was suspending deliveries of its flagship C-1000 van. This is apparently because it needs modifications to meet federal safety…Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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The 2022 Toyota Tundra Will Use High-Tech Hardware And Software To Challenge Apple And Google

The latest Toyota Tundra has new grilles, new design, new payload ratings and even a new hybrid drivetrain. It also has a new interior, which features one of the biggest upgrades in a recent Toyota vehicle. The new Tundra will be the first Toyota model to get the reworked infotainment system the carmaker developed for… […]

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You Should Use Your iPhone’s New Built-in Two-Factor Authentication

When it comes to protecting your accounts, the general consensus is to always use two-factor authentication, which traditionally uses a unique six-digit code that’s re-generated every 30 seconds. If you want to keep hackers away, it’s a big help…but the process isn’t seamless. You often need a third-party app, and…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How to Stop Your Phone From Overheating

We’ve all been there; you’re using your iPhone or Android, when suddenly, you notice that it’s getting a little warm. A little warm soon transitions to a little hot, then very hot, to a concerning degree. You might think, “Should my phone be so hot it hurts to use?” No, it should not. Here’s what […]

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How to Stop Your Phone From Overheating

We’ve all been there; you’re using your iPhone or Android, when suddenly, you notice that it’s getting a little warm. A little warm soon transitions to a little hot, then very hot, to a concerning degree. You might think, “Should my phone be so hot it hurts to use?” No, it should not. Here’s what […]

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Animal Crossing’s Ankha Porn Video Becomes Internet Sensation

The Animal Crossing character Ankha is currently a popular meme trending on TikTok, and (perhaps not so) surprisingly, it’s because of a fan-made animated porn clip of her. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Animal Crossing’s Ankha Porn Video Becomes Internet Sensation

The Animal Crossing character Ankha is currently a popular meme trending on TikTok, and (perhaps not so) surprisingly, it’s because of a fan-made animated porn clip of her. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Animal Crossing’s Ankha Porn Video Becomes Internet Sensation

The Animal Crossing character Ankha is currently a popular meme trending on TikTok, and (perhaps not so) surprisingly, it’s because of a fan-made animated porn clip of her. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Use ‘Dark Reader’ to Force All Websites Into Dark Mode in iOS 15

The automatic dark mode is a great way to soothe your eyes when you’re using your iPhone or iPad late at night. But what happens when you then open a web page in Safari? A blinding white light hits you out of nowhere, that’s what, because not all websites support the dark mode. If you’re […]

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Epic Confirms Massive L: Fortnite Not Returning To Apple Any Time Soon

Today, Tim Sweeney confirmed on Twitter just how massive of an “L” Epic took in its recent trial against Apple. Apple has effectively “blacklisted” Fortnite from all Apple products until the legal clash between the two massive corporations reaches its conclusion, which could take as long as five years. (It’s even…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Use Slack ‘Clips’ to Avoid Brief, Pointless Meetings

If remote work has taught us anything, it’s that many of our meetings are unnecessary and overly complicated, especially if teams are spread across time zones. Unless collaboration is essential to the agenda, we can often get everything we need in just a few minutes on our own time. Slack has been working on a […]

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Use This App to Get Rid of Google AMP URLs in Safari

Ever tapped on a link from a Google search on your phone and found the results a little… off? Tapping the top of your screen won’t scroll you to the top, scrolling in general seems janky, and the URL bar shows “google.com” instead of the name of the site you’re trying to visit. These are all […]

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