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This top-rated Python coding bundle is on sale for 98 percent off

Python is one of the most frequently used programming languages in the world. With applications ranging from game design to data science, Python is practical as it is a flexible

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Facebook F8 returns in June, but as an online event and without Zuckerberg

Facebook canceled the in-person component of its mostly-annual F8 developer conference last year due to concerns over what would eventually become the Covid-19 pandemic. The follow-up plan was for Facebook

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Microsoft rebranded Xbox Live to ‘Xbox network’ but only on the dashboard or something like that

Microsoft is very fickle when it comes to naming its Xbox services. Over the years, we have seen many name changes and adjustments to its online arm, including Xbox Live,

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Little-known GameCube keyboard controller gets a modern restoration

The ASCII Corporation in the early 2000s released a quirky accessory that featured a keyboard wedged between what would otherwise be a pretty ordinary gamepad for the Nintendo GameCube. The

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Amazon just opened a game studio in Montreal headed up by Rainbow Six Siege veterans

It is somewhat hard to believe that Amazon Games has been around since 2012. What makes it so shocking is that it has not published anything except a failed then

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Microsoft and Google partner to fix browser compatibility problems in 2021

In the past, building a website that looked great in all browsers was a pain. Web 2.0, HMTL5, and CSS3 alleviated a lot of the hassle of trying to make

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Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger doubles down on manufacturing, opens up foundry, shifts on strategy

The semiconductor industry has been getting a lot of attention at the macro and micro levels. From a big picture perspective, the shortages facing automakers and other industries have elevated

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