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Xiaomi readying a Samsung Galaxy S11 competitor, here’s what it could look like

January 17, 2020

MWC – the annual tech tradeshow in Barcelona – is shaping up to be pretty packed next month. Sony, Oppo, LG and Nokia are all rumoured to be planning to reveal a slew of new smartphones. And now it seems Xiaomi will be getting in on the action with a new flagship of its own.  […]

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WhatsApp update adds something none of us wanted to see

January 17, 2020

WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum walked away from the chat app in 2018 over concerns about the business model imposed by its new parent company, which would introduce adverts into the app for the first time – something Koum swore would never happen during the early days of the messaging platform. A few months later, Kevin […]

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The top gadgets for an always-on home

January 17, 2020

Advertisement As more and more people have taken advantage of unlimited fibre broadband, the internet has become more than just a source of news and entertainment. Through the internet of things, it’s become a way to shape our home environments and lifestyles. Canstar Blue takes a look at the top gadgets available for Kiwis who are […]

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Baldur’s Gate 3 developer Larian teases that ‘something’s brewing’

January 17, 2020

It’s been a while since we heard any news about Baldur’s Gate 3, the much-anticipated follow-up to what is widely considered one of the best RPGs of all time. We may not have long to wait now, though, as developer Larian Studios (of Divnity: Original Sin fame) is teasing that something is coming on Thursday, […]

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Solve a festive puzzle in small, free adventure A Good Tree

January 17, 2020

(Image credit: leafthief) All you need for Christmas is good company, and A Good Tree (maybe). You’ve got the former, in this teeny browser adventure game. You’re only lacking the latter, which you’ll set off in search of, from your snowy forest home. Before you depart, a word of warning. While you can play A […]

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World of Horror, a creepy 1-bit style horror RPG, will release next month

January 17, 2020

(Image credit: panstasz) World of Horror is a gorgeous horror RPG with an art style inspired by manga artist Junji Ito. Presented in an austere 1-bit aesthetic (think The Return of Obra Dinn), it’s a card-oriented RPG with roguelite elements, turn-based combat, puzzles, choice driven scenarios… basically, it seems to be a lot of things, […]

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7 of the 10 best-selling games of the decade were Call of Duty

January 17, 2020

[embedded content] Market research company The NPD Group has released its list of the ten best-selling games of the 2010s in the US across all platforms, including Nintendo, PlayStation, Xbox, and Steam. Grand Theft Auto 5 from Take-Two Interactive and Rockstar topped the list, which isn’t terribly surprising, but after that it’s Call of Duty […]

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Rainbow Six Siege is tinkering with ADS times on all weapons and other big changes

January 17, 2020

In preparation for Rainbow Six Siege Year 5, Ubisoft is testing dramatic nerfs and buffs that could shake up the meta, if implemented. Most significant among the tests is a sweeping increase to all aim-down-sight (ADS) times for every weapon in the game. Blackbeard, Ying, Finka, and Ela are getting experimental buffs that could elevate […]

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Case study: The true value of informational content for e-commerce SEO

January 17, 2020

The true value of informational content for e-commerce SEO is often difficult to prove. Some content marketers and SEOs are convinced that informational content can serve as a link-worthy asset that will attract natural links from other websites. The acquired links are then supposed to help improve the SEO performance of the entire online shop. […]

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Google Search Console unparsable structured data report data issue

January 17, 2020

Google has informed us that you may see a spike in errors in the unparsable structured data report within Google Search Console. This is a bug in the reporting system and you do not need to worry. The issue happened between January 13, 2020 and January 16, 2020. The bug. Google wrote on the data […]

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