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    Nintendo Labo review: Fun and games with cardboard0

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  • Chevy will soon let you pay for gas from inside your car0

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  • The real story behind MoviePass\’s location-tracking controversy

    The real story behind MoviePass\’s location-tracking controversy0

    Content is currently unavailable. MoviePass seems to be on fire these days. It’s like Netflix (NFLX), but for movie theaters: You pay $10 a month, and go out to see all the movies you want. (3D and Imax not included.) That deal is so good, they’ve already signed up close to 2.5 million subscribers, who

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  • Netflix CEO takes jab at Facebook over data privacy controversy0

    Don’t call Netflix (NFLX) a tech company. That was one of the takeaways from Netflix’s first-quarter 2018 “earnings interview” — a pre-recorded video equivalent of the traditional company earnings call — in which CEO Reed Hastings fielded a broader question about whether he thinks Netflix will be affected by government concerns around data privacy. The

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  • MoviePass CEO on how the company will finally break even

    MoviePass CEO on how the company will finally break even0

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  • GDC 2018: The 5 biggest game industry trends for 2018

    GDC 2018: The 5 biggest game industry trends for 20180

    It might lack the headline-grabbing software bonanza of a consumer-oriented event like E3, but when it comes to the business of games, the Game Developers Conference (GDC) is the most important show of the year.  Now in its 29th year, GDC drills down into the beating heart of video games by appealing to perhaps the

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    8 Strangest Apps for Mobile Devices0

    Thanks to the rising popularity of mobile devices, there is a great number of applications available for downloading at the stores like Google Play and App Store. Developers are doing serious work by creating apps that make our life easier and funnier. However, not all apps are entirely useful, some of them are really strange

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    Security and Trust: Let’s Question Voluum0

    We all know by now that the Voluum tracking platform causes a lot of buzz in online marking since 2013. For many affiliates, it became a tracker of choice because of its innovative solutions, simple design, and ease of use. There is no doubt that they provide premium service (both service’s and pricing updates demonstrate

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