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Minecraft Characters Are Joining Super Smash Bros Ultimate – Press Start Australia

In an announcement that nobody expected, Steve, Alex, Zombie and Enderman from Minecraft are all joining Super Smash Bros Ultimate. Whilst we haven’t got a lot …

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In an announcement that nobody expected, Steve, Alex, Zombie and Enderman from Minecraft are all joining Super Smash Bros Ultimate.
Whilst we haven’t got a lot of information about the characters, it looks as though they’ll all be Echo fighters (like Peach/Daisy), so four with similar move sets, rather than four separate fighters.
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Valorant Patch 1.11 official notes: Skye goes live, Breach buffs, Cypher nerfs, Left-hand view model, and a whole lot more – Sportskeeda

Valorant patch 1.11 is finally out, bringing with it, the new Agent Skye to the live servers.

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Riot Games is sticking to their bi-weekly patch updates system in Valorant, as exactly after 14 days of patch 1.10, we have got the official notes for patch 1.11.
The new Agent – Skye, arrives on the live servers with patch 1.11. It was a delayed release on Riots part, as the Valorant devs wanted to prioritize the new map Icebox for patch 1.10.
And speaking of Icebox, the map will now be available in competitive matchmaking, and players will now be able to queue up fior it in their ranked Valorant…

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SpaceX’s Starlink satellite internet service is priced at $99 per month, according to e-mail – CNBC

SpaceX is expanding the beta test of its Starlink satellite internet service according to emails seen by CNBC, with service priced at $99 a month.

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SpaceX is expanding the beta test of its Starlink satellite internet service, reaching out via email on Monday to people who expressed interest in signing up for the service.
Called the “Better Than Nothing Beta” test, according to multiple screenshots of the email seen by CNBC, initial Starlink service is priced at $99 a month plus a $499 upfront cost to order the Starlink Kit. That kit includes a user terminal to connect to the satellites, a mounting tripod and a wifi router. There is also now…

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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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