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How To Get To The Crown Tundra With Pokemon Sword And Shield DLC

The expansion of Pokemon Sword and Shield’s Crown Tundra is finally here. Like the Isle of Armor expansion before it, this DLC introduces a wealth of additional Pokemon and other content to Switch games, along with a brand new place to explore: the eponymous Crown Tundra, an arctic region featuring its own storyline, cast, and wild Pokemon to catch. As …

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Sony is boosting PlayStation revenue despite launching the PS5

Sony’s gaming division continues to drive major revenue for the company despite the fall of the PlayStation 4. The company announced PlayStation-related revenue of 507 billion yen (~ $ 4.9 billion) and an operating profit of 105 billion yen (~ $ 1 billion) for July-September this quarter, improvements of 52 and 40 percent respectively over the same period last year. …

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Sony saw the PS5 ‘very’ not ‘demand before the launch

Here are the top Fox Business Flash headlines. Check out what to click on FoxBusiness.com. Sony Corp sees “very big” demand for PlayStation 5 (PS5) console by pre-ordering, the gaming leader said Wednesday, as users rush to secure the next generation device before its launch on November 12th. Japanese tech company initially sells as many PS5 consoles in the first …

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Amazon turns your Fire tablet into a smart home control hub

Amazon Fire tablets provide a smart home control hub on the Device Dashboard. You can control lights, plugs, and switches from one place. It comes out in some 2018 and newer Fire tablets. Amazon Fire tablets are now useful for more than just standard TV shows, books and gaming – they will also serve as controllers for your Alexa-powered devices. …

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Zoom adds end-to-end encryption to free calls – TechCrunch

Zoom in adding a requested feature (but with a catch), TikTok partner alongside Shopify and Jack Dorsey laid out his argument for the Senate hearing tomorrow. This is your Daily Crunch for October 27, 2020. The big story: Zoom adds end-to-end encryption to free calls Zoom was criticized earlier this year, saying it would only offer end-to-end encryption to paid …

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Apple buys startup Vilynx video AI for $ 50 million: report

Apple bought the startup of artificial intelligence Vilynx earlier this year for approximately $ 50 million, Bloomberg reported Tuesday. Barcelona-based Vilynx has developed AI tools that analyze videos with the goal of “understanding” what they have and categorizing that information, which Apple can use to improve Siri and other app. Bloomberg also reported that around 50 of Vilynx’s engineers and …

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Sony Admits That Not Everyone Can Be PS5 At Launch

If you still hope to secure a PlayStation 5 ahead of console launch on November 12th, you may want to lower your expectations: Sony admits that not everyone on the market for the next gen machine will gets their mitts in one from off. “The demand expressed by the pre-order level has been very, very big,” boss Jim Ryan told …

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