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Google unveil new 5G phones, Pixel 5 and 4A – 9News

Google is "putting the G in 5G" with their two latest smartphones, the Pixel 5 and the Pixel 4A.

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The Freewrite Traveler is a retro word processor that’s fatally ahead of its time – The Verge

The Astrohaus Freewrite Traveler is a portable word processor and distraction-free writing device, but it’s held back by a tough-to-read screen and high price.

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Gadget crowdfunding is great for fulfilling niche demands. Most people, for instance, would never buy a $599 Wi-Fi-enabled typewriter. But in 2016, a Detroit-based startup called Astrohaus proved that not only could such a thing exist, but it could be a delightful and strangely satisfying device. Now, Astrohaus is trying to capture the same experience in a smaller and more convenient…

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The Nvidia RTX 3070 Has No Business Being This Good – Gizmodo Australia

While Nvidia’s RTX 3080 release last month didn’t quite go as planned, there’s no denying that Nvidia’s 3000 series of ray tracing graphics cards are the ones that…

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While Nvidias RTX 3080 release last month didnt quite go as planned, theres no denying that Nvidias 3000 series of ray tracing graphics cards are the ones that matter. The RTX 3080 finally made 4K gaming at 60 fps possible and more affordable for the average PC gamer, and the 3000-series as a whole makes the future of computer graphics and ray tracing even more palatable more exciting. Its what the 2000-series aspired to do but fell short of. Consistent 4K gaming at 60 fps was out of reach of the…

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Rayons de l’Air’s Gorgeous Remixes Retroactively Justify RayCrisis’ Existence – Kotaku Australia

Welcome to Morning Music, Kotaku’s daily hangout for folks who love video games and the cool-arse sounds they make. Today we’ll check out a game I respect more…

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Welcome to Morning Music, Kotakus daily hangout for folks who love video games and the cool-arse sounds they make. Today well check out a game I respect more than like. But its remix albumyeah, thats the good stuff.
Musically speaking, Taitos mid-90s arcade trilogy of Ray shooters RayForce, Raystorm, and RayCrisis was a one-woman show, scored in its entirety by Zuntata member Tamayo Kawamoto. Each game has its charms, though I find the least to appreciate in the high-concept prequel of the bunch,…

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