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Amazon’s shooter Crucible goes back into closed beta after rocky launch – The Verge

Amazon-owned game studio Relentless is putting its free-to-play shooter Crucible back into a closed beta state after admitting it launched the game before it was ready. Players have until tomorrow morning at 12PM ET / 9AM PT to download the game before access…

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Huawei says it’s running out of chips for its smartphones because of US sanctions – The Verge

Huawei, the world’s biggest smartphone vendor, says it’s running out of processor chips because of US sanctions against the company. And as of next month, the Chinese phone manufacturer will no longer be able to make its Kirin chipsets due to the ongoing econ…

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The company also says it soon wont be able to make its own Kirin chipsets
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Huawei, the worlds biggest smartphone vendor, says its running out of processor chips because of US sanctions against the company, The Associated Press reported. And according to Richard Yu, CEO of Huaweis consumer business unit, as of next month the Chinese phone manufacturer will no longer be able to make its own Kirin chipsets due to the ongoing economic pressure from the US.

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iPhone SE vs iPhone 7: a worthwhile like-for-like upgrade? – Techradar Australia

New mid-ranger vs old flagship

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The original iPhone SE launched in 2016, the very same year as the flagship iPhone 7. Four years on, the iPhone SE (2020) takes elements of both and combines them with some punchy modern components.
All of which raises an interesting (and distinctly first world) dilemma for iPhone 7 owners looking to upgrade. When you bought your last phone, it was the top dog. But do you need to splash the cash on an iPhone 11 Pro or even an iPhone 11 when the iPhone SE (2020) exists?
Theres only one thing fo…

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Yoshinori Ono announces departure from Capcom after almost 30 years with the company – EventHubs

Yoshinori Ono has announced that he’ll be leaving Capcom this summer after nearly 30 years of being with the company. Of course, this also means that he’ll be resigning his position as a Capcom brand manager.”And now …

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Yoshinori Ono has announced that he’ll be leaving Capcom this summer after nearly 30 years of being with the company. Of course, this also means that he’ll be resigning his position as a Capcom brand manager.
“And now, after serving almost 30 years at Capcom, I am leaving the company in this summer,” said Ono in his released statement. “This means that I will resign my position as the brand manager for Capcom’s various titles including Street Fighter.”
Yoshinori Ono joined Capcom back in April…

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