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  1. Verizon's always-on throttling is an afront to customers and net neutrality - Engadget


    Engadget

    Verizon's always-on throttling is an afront to customers and net neutrality
    Engadget
    Well, it was nice while it lasted. Today, Verizon (the biggest carrier in the US) announced it was doing away with its simple and fair unlimited wireless data plan and complicating things by instead offering three plans. Two of those cost more, and all ...
    Verizon Will Totally Start Throttling Customers' Video This WeekGizmodo
    Verizon Wireless introducing new unlimited plans at the same time as video throttling measuresAppleInsider (press release) (blog)
    Verizon throttles video for good with its not-so-unlimited planTechCrunch
    CNET -Business Insider -PCMag -FierceWireless
    all 59 news articles »
  2. We Played SNES Classic And It Has Rewind Now - Kotaku


    Kotaku

    We Played SNES Classic And It Has Rewind Now
    Kotaku
    I tried out the SNES Classic, and found that Nintendo has made some small but meaningful improvements to it over the NES Classic. I have no idea why, since the thing would sell out in 30 seconds anyway even if it were covered in rusty needles. Instead ...
    SNES Classic Edition Pre-Orders Are Sold Out Almost EverywhereForbes
    SNES Classic preorders are available today at physical GameStop storesThe Verge
    SNES Classic Mini: Quick preview by someone who has never barrel rolledArs Technica
    TIME -GameSpot -IGN -CNET
    all 188 news articles »
  3. Promo Hints At Galaxy Note 8's DeX Support & EU Release Date - Android Headlines


    Android Headlines

    Promo Hints At Galaxy Note 8's DeX Support & EU Release Date
    Android Headlines
    The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is set to be released in Europe on September 15, according to a newly uncovered leaflet from one Italian electronics retailer which states that the device will be available for pre-orders until September 14 and will hit the ...
    Galaxy Note 8 or Android Oreo: What excites you more? (The 3:59, Ep. 271)CNET
    Everything we know about the Galaxy Note 8BGR
    Galaxy Note 8 release date outed in new leakSlashGear
    PCMag -ValueWalk -Ubergizmo -Fortune
    all 283 news articles »
  4. Android 8.0: The complete Oreo FAQ - Computerworld


    Computerworld

    Android 8.0: The complete Oreo FAQ
    Computerworld
    Oh — hello, Oreo! After months of discussion, developer previews and beta releases, Google's latest and greatest Android software is finally upon us. Android 8.0, aka Oreo, is officially named, numbered and on its way into the world — and that means ...
    What's New in Android 8.0 OreoGotta Be Mobile
    How To Get Android 8.0 Oreo On Your Pixel Or Nexus Right NowForbes
    Android Oreo: When Your Smartphone Will Get It?ValueWalk
    SlashGear -Android Headlines -PYMNTS.com -9to5Google
    all 293 news articles »
  5. Should Age of Empires IV reinvent the series? - PC Gamer


    PC Gamer

    Should Age of Empires IV reinvent the series?
    PC Gamer
    Age of Empires IV has been announced at Gamescom 2017 and veteran RTS developer Relic Entertainment is making it. It's a pleasant surprise because we love Age of Empires, of course, but also because the series is an interesting fit for a studio famous ...
    Age of Empires IV is officially in the works, from Company of Heroes and Homeworld developer RelicPCWorld
    Microsoft announces Age of Empires IVThe Verge
    'Age of Empires IV' is the first new main game in the series in 12 yearsDigital Trends
    GameSpot -Tom's Hardware -Engadget -CNET
    all 153 news articles »

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