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Epic Games may be on the hook for a whopping $3.6 million if it loses appeal against Apple

Epic Games may be on the hook for a whopping $3.6 million if it loses appeal against Apple

Last week's ruling in Epic Games v. Apple which basically allowed app developers to direct customers away from the App Store payment platform for in-app transactions was praised and panned across the spectrum. But in the view of Epic, it did not go far enough in stopping what it alleges to be Apple's harmful practices on its iOS app distribution monopoly. So it went on Sunday as the gaming giant filed an appeal.

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The RedMagic 6S Pro ups its gamer cred with an RGB-lit internal fan and a transparent back

The RedMagic 6S Pro ups its gamer cred with an RGB-lit internal fan and a transparent back

The RedMagic brand may not ring a bell for many outside the mobile gaming community, but the Nubia brand has made a name for itself by selling affordable high-end gaming smartphones. And that's exactly the niche the company is aiming its next device at again, the RedMagic 6S Pro. It's a step-up compared to the RedMagic 6R and 6, though the similarities are striking outside a few key specifications.

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JBL's new Flip 6 speaker is tougher and smarter with Bluetooth 5.1

JBL's new Flip 6 speaker is tougher and smarter with Bluetooth 5.1

There will always be an opportunity for a soundtrack whether it's a sultry evening in the woods or on a rumbly, jumbly bus. It just so happens that JBL is announcing a horde of headphones and a posse of portable speakers today, so you'll soon have new purchase options to think over.

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Pokémon GO reverses course: You'll be able to hit that Pokestop from the other block again

Pokémon GO reverses course: You'll be able to hit that Pokestop from the other block again

At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Pokémon GO developer Niantic was met with a conundrum: how do you keep people playing a game that's all about going outside and congregating in specific places when doing so will literally kill people? Among other player-friendly changes, the company boosted the distance it took to activate stops and gyms from 40 meters to 80 meters, making it a lot easier to hit from across the street (or the parking lot).

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Destiny 2 crossplay is now live across Stadia, PC, Xbox, and PlayStation

Destiny 2 crossplay is now live across Stadia, PC, Xbox, and PlayStation

One of the more persistent problems with Stadia is that, due to a relatively low amount of players versus established platforms like Xbox, PlayStation, and PC, its multiplayer games can sometimes feel a little empty. Destiny 2 will fix that problem sometime this fall ... or right the hell now, because the developers accidentally turned on crossplay a little early.

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My Friend Pedro lands on Android as a slingshot-based platformer, and it's pretty good

My Friend Pedro lands on Android as a slingshot-based platformer, and it's pretty good

My Friend Pedro is a Devolver Digital game focusing on tight, visceral combat, stylized visuals, and a trippy hallucinogenic story. And because that describes about 95% of Devolver Digital games: this is the one with a banana in it. The game got rave reviews when it released on PC and consoles back in 2019, and now there's a mobile version coming to Android.

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Valve's Steam Deck is the latest attempt to make portable PC gaming a thing

Valve's Steam Deck is the latest attempt to make portable PC gaming a thing

For the last 4 years, the Nintendo Switch has been out on its own as the best portable gaming experience outside of playing on your smartphone. Other attempts at a portable gaming PC have come and gone without much success, but for the first time, the Switch may have a real contender.

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Your next Chromebook might come with a dedicated GPU

Your next Chromebook might come with a dedicated GPU

Chromebooks have a reputation as low-power, low-cost machines. That isn't always true, but up to now there hasn't been much reason to push them out of that broad category. Reports indicated that at least one new model coming down the pipe will arrive with a dedicated graphics card, something that the platform has been lacking so far.

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Android Auto is finally getting the one thing nobody was asking for — games

Android Auto is finally getting the one thing nobody was asking for — games

Android Auto is gearing up to become your latest gaming rig — at least, if you're into casual HTML5 minigames. The latest Android Auto beta, version 6.7, comes with a new GameSnacks shortcut in the launcher, and when you tap it, you're greeted by Google's collection of small and simple HTML5 games.

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