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Activision Blizzard terminates Momo’s contract – ESPN

Philip “Momo” Whitfield’s contract has been terminated following an internal investigation of messages he’d sent to women in the gaming community,

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Windows 10 PCs can soon launch Android apps from most Samsung Galaxy phones – XDA Developers

An update to Microsoft’s Your Phone app brings a new “Apps” feature that will let you launch your Samsung Galaxy phone’s Android apps on your Windows 10 PC.

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If you own a modern Samsung Galaxy smartphone, it just got a lot sweeter to also be a Windows 10 user. Microsoft on Wednesday announced a new feature that will allow users to access their Galaxy phone’s Android apps right beside their Windows applications.
The new functionality is part of an update to Microsofts Your Phone app and works with a variety of Samsung devices, including the Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy S20, and at launch, the new Galaxy Note 20. You can see the full list of sup…

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Halo Infinite, Only On The N64 – Kotaku Australia

Last month Microsoft showed off a ton of footage from the upcoming Halo Infinite, featuring a crash landing and a very upset pilot. They looked OK in high definition, but there’s something about them that looks even better imagined as an N64 game. This video …

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Last month Microsoft showed off a ton of footage from the upcoming Halo Infinite, featuring a crash landing and a very upset pilot. They looked OK in high definition, but theres something about them that looks even better imagined as an N64 game.
This video by Hoolopee does exactly what it looks like, recreating 1:42 of that Xbox clip in the style of a Nintendo 64 title.
Sure its muddier, but a big part of the original Halos appeal was its speed and visual clarity, something this joke video s…

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Apple shares new ‘Vertical Cinema’ Shot on iPhone short film – 9to5Mac

Apple today shared a new short film that was entirely shot on the iPhone. However, unlike other clips that the company has already promoted, this one was recorded vertically. According to Apple, the 9-minute short film “The Stunt Double” was filmed by Academy…

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Apple today shared a new short film that was entirely shot on the iPhone. However, unlike other clips that the company has already promoted, this one was recorded vertically.
According to Apple, the 9-minute short film “The Stunt Double” was filmed by Academy Award-winning director Damien Chazelle using an iPhone 11 Pro.
A journey through cinema history is reimagined for the vertical screen in Damien Chazelles The Stunt Double, a short film Shot on iPhone 11 Pro.  Watch as classic genres are f…

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