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Google’s Pixel 5 chip and memory seemingly confirmed by an AI benchmark – PhoneArena

Google’s unreleased Pixel 5 has made an appearance on AI benchmark rankings, revealing details about its hardware.

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Bright Memory will be an Xbox Series X launch title this November – TrueAchievements

Publisher Playism has announced that Bright Memory, not to be confused with Bright Memory: Infinite, will be an Xbox Series X/S launch title.

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Publisher Playism has announced that Bright Memory, not to be confused with Bright Memory: Infinite, will be an Xbox Series X/S launch title this November. Bright Memory is a fast-paced FPS where you’ll combine both melee and ranged attacks to land powerful combos upon enemies. You play as Shelia, a Supernatural Science Research Organization agent who becomes trapped on an island filled with beasts and the undead after an accident. First released on PC back in 2019, the game is considered the or…

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Amazon Prime Day will begin October 13th, multiple sources say – The Verge

An internal Amazon email confirms that its Prime Day shopping event will take place October 13th and 14th, and that the company will make an official announceme…

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An internal Amazon email seen by The Verge confirms that its Prime Day shopping event will take place October 13th and 14th, and that the company will make an official announcement September 27th.
In a separate internal email, Amazon warehouse workers were told no new vacation requests would be accepted between October 13th and October 20th, which suggests that the company needs all hands on deck for Prime Day….

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Xbox’s Bethesda acquisition is evidence of blockbuster gaming’s volatility – VentureBeat

Xbox’s Bethesda acquisition is an illustration of publisher’s running out of options for moving forward in a stable and successful way.

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Microsofts Xbox gaming division is acquiring The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim publisher Bethesda for $7.5 billion. And its difficult to overstate how much this changes gaming. The easiest way for me to think about this is that Xbox just bought one of the only other companies that actually has a major media presentation during E3 (the Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show) each year. This has led to a lot of talk about what the purchase means for Xbox and its Game Pass subscription service. But the…

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