Top-down shooter ‘Demon Throttle’ is a physical exclusive for the Nintendo Switch

Devolver and Doinksoft are practically daring you to buy or sell their new game on eBay.

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The Morning After: Will your Mac run macOS Monterey?

A week of WWDC 2021 news, the start of E3 2021 and new vehicles from Ford and Tesla. A very busy week in tech.

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Now Oculus owns the best VR battle royale game

Facebook just bought another VR game developer, and this time it’s the maker of ‘Population: One,’ a popular VR battle royale game.

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Now the Nintendo Switch has a $2 Notes app

You may not be able to download Netflix on the Nintendo Switch, but what is basically the next best thing is now available on the console.

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Meet the biggest games publisher you’ve never heard of

Embracer, formerly THQ Nordic, has spent billions to acquire the best of the rest game developers in the world.

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Apple’s colorful new iMacs are already $50 off at Amazon

Save big on Apple’s latest 24-inch iMac at Amazon.

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DOJ charges security exec for hacking a Georgia healthcare company in 2018

A security company executive has been charged for hacking into the Gwinnett Medical Center’s network on or around September 27th, 2018.

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Microsoft preps for its big Windows event with an 11-minute startup sound remix

Have you ever listened to Windows startup sounds… played super slowly?

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Fast and Furious is returning to ‘Rocket League’

A trio of Fast and Furious cars are heading to ‘Rocket League’ including F9′s rocket-strapped Pontiac Fiero and two returning franchise faves.

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Google will update its search algorithm to discourage slander extortion schemes

Google is changing its search algorithms to suppress sites used to extort money through slander.

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