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Harry Potter gets an open-world adventure in Hogwarts Legacy, coming soon – Polygon

Warner Bros’. Portkey Games label will release Hogwarts Legacy, an adventure set in Hogwarts School during the 1800s, for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and …

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These iOS 14 apps offer home screen widgets, App Clips, and much more – 9to5Mac

Apple has officially released iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and watchOS 7 to the public. The updates bring many new features to iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch users, and th…

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Apple has officially released iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and watchOS 7 to the public. The updates bring many new features to iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch users, and third-party developers have been hard at work on updating their apps to take advantage of Apple’s latest tools. Read on for the details…
We’ll be updating this post throughout the next few weeks with new apps and features. If you’re a developer with an app to share, get in touch and I’d love to try it out. Our list can’t be 100% comprehens…

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Apple Watch Series 6 teardown unveils missing Force Touch, bigger battery – Ars Technica

For the most part, though, it’s the same old Watch.

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  • Opening up the Apple Watch Series 6 reveals a slightly larger battery.
  • Here’s the Taptic Engine, which is also a little bigger.
  • And the sensor that powers blood-oxygen monitoring.
  • Here’s the full breakdown.

The Apple Watch Series 6 isn’t a radical leap forward from its predecessor. It adds a few new features, like blood-oxygen monitoring, but at its heart, it’s the same Apple Watch people have be…

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Google is shutting down paid Chrome extensions – The Verge

Google is shutting down paid Chrome extensions offered on the Chrome Web Store. That means that developers who are trying to monetize their extensions will have…

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Google is shutting down paid Chrome extensions offered on the Chrome Web Store, the company announced today. That means that developers who are trying to monetize their extensions will have to do so with other payment-handling systems.
As of Monday, developers can no longer make new paid extensions, according to Google though thats cementing a policy that has already been in place since March. And that …

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