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You can dress up as Half-Life’s Gordon Freeman in FFXV on PC

The much-anticipated Windows version of Final Fantasy XV is launching on March 3rd, and when the game does finally hit the platform, it will include a Gordon Freeman-shaped bonus. Today, Square Enix revealed that anyone who purchases the game on Steam, from now until May 1st, will get an in-game …

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Net neutrality rules die on April 23rd

Net neutrality rules will officially be off the books starting April 23rd. The date was revealed today after the Federal Communication Commission’s order revoking net neutrality was published in the Federal Register. You can read the full order here. The publication means that a new fight around net neutrality is …

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This Startup’s Test Shows How Harassment Targets Women Online

Julia Enthoven didn’t think much of using her real name and photo in a chat feature on Kapwing, the website she cofounded last year. The site launched its online video-editing tools in October and has garnered 64,000 visits since. From the beginning, Enthoven’s team wanted feedback from users about bugs …

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8 must-have toys from New York Toy Fair 2018

The New York Toy Fair is the ultimate kid and kid-ult’s dream. Thousands of the newest toys destined for store shelves in 2018 fill the cavernous Jacob K. Javits Convention Center ready and waiting to be played with… or propped on a stand never to be touched. This year’s show …

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Tap is the wearable keyboard nobody asked for

A couple years ago, I got to test out the (potential) future of text input. It was called the “Tap Strap,” and it was a weird foam prototype that slid up over my fingers and allowed me to painstakingly input text through taps and combo taps. Well, now it’s shipping. …

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