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Quibi to close, surprising public who thought it already had

In a spectacular crash landing, streaming service startup Quibi announced that it would be discontinuing the service after raising $ 1.75 billion in capital but failing to capture mobile audiences due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to the Wall Street Journal, Quibi founder Jeffrey Katzenberg called investors to inform them of the closure on Wednesday. Quibi, once a heavily promoted …

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Lenovo Smart Clock Essential Review

The Smart Clock Essential from Lenovo has a very similar design language to the original, a trapezoidal shape and a gray fabric finish. At 4.76 inches wide, 2.52 inches high, and 3.27 inches deep, the Essential is shorter and wider than its predecessor, with smoother edges and rounded corners. While the Smart Clock looked like a miniature smart display, the …

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Puffco Peak Pro | Engadget

What I didn’t expect when I opened the Peak Pro box was the Puffco Power Dock. This dual-purpose base station and Qi wireless charger act as a mobile external battery for both the Peak Pro and the rest of your electronic devices. The dock charges the Pro wirelessly (you can also plug the Peak Pro into the wired dock for …

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Learn to make music for $ 29 with Ableton Live

The first is the first: you start with the basics. That means getting used to the platform and learning how to record audio. Next you will move on to other intermediate lessons, such as B. with audio interfaces and the right hardware for your home studio. You’ll also learn how to enter MIDI using keyboard input, a controller, or even …

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Ubisoft’s new hub will bring cross-play and cross-save to more games

Cross-progression that is already activated in Hyper Scapecould come in particularly useful if Ubisoft brings its Uplay + subscription service to consoles. That way, you wouldn’t have to buy the same game on multiple platforms to get all of the benefits. Ubisoft plans to enable cross-platform development for most of its games in the future. Same goes for crossplay in …

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Microsoft Edge is finally landing on Linux

Earlier this year Microsoft brought its new Chromium-based Edge browser to macOS, and now the company has announced the availability of the Microsoft Edge Dev Channel for Linux. With this release, the software giant’s Edge browser is now available on all major platforms including Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, and now Linux. This means developers can build and test their websites …

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