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OnePlus built a promising cross-platform clipboard tool, and you can try it right now

OnePlus built a promising cross-platform clipboard tool, and you can try it right now

Last week, OnePlus introduced a new software initiative called OneLab, which is pretty similar to Google's Creative Lab — a startup-like division set up to create fun or interesting new apps and tools. The first of these experiments comes in the form of Clipt, a cross-platform clipboard sharing tool that makes it easy to transfer text, images, and files across your devices — even iOS support is planned.

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Google Assistant continues to mean well with socially relevant, utterly cringeworthy songs

Google Assistant continues to mean well with socially relevant, utterly cringeworthy songs

The Google Assistant team seems to enjoy coming up with little ditties that its AI voice helper can sing to you, whether it's about washing your hands, Halloween, New Year, or wearing a mask. This latest number is all about encouraging us to take the vaccine — an important topic, but it's not Google's best musical work, I must say.

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Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier opens pre-registration for closed beta testing

Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier opens pre-registration for closed beta testing

Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier is one of two Final Fantasy VII mobile games Square had announced back in February. This particular game is a battle royale, and it just entered into pre-registration on the Play Store. Those who chose to pre-reg are throwing their hat in the ring for access to an upcoming closed beta test planned for June 1st. So if you're eager to see how Square can capitalize on the battle royale trend, then you'll probably want to check out today's fresh pre-reg listing.

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PUBG will soon return to India under a new name

PUBG will soon return to India under a new name

PUBG Mobile was banned in India back in 2020 during a spree of Chinese app bans in the country. While it seemed clear the game would return as an Indian variant devoid of the Tencent server issue that caused the game to get banned in the first place, today, Krafton has confirmed the game is returning to the country as Battlegrounds Mobile India.

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Wyze is raising prices — again

Wyze is raising prices — again

Last year, Wyze made a whole lot of noise about how the new Cam v3 would deliver a bunch of enhancements for the same $20 price. Come launch day, the company couldn't hold true to its word, raising prices to $24 (before shipping) or requiring that you pay more on the side for a subscription service to get that original price. The company even buried those original claims regarding pricing when we called them out for it. Now Wyze is back with another price bump: The Wyze Cam v3 will cost $33. At least shipping is included this time.

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Time's ticking on Stadia's latest controller and Chromecast giveaway

Time's ticking on Stadia's latest controller and Chromecast giveaway

The long-term fate of Stadia may be up in the air (and ready to fuel endless debate), but that's not stopping the platform from still managing to attract some AAA titles. Stadia's latest big score is Resident Evil Village, which lands this Friday, May 7. Google's welcoming it with another deal that offers a free Chromecast Ultra and Stadia controller with pre-order — and you've only got a few hours left to take advantage of it.

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Diablo Immortal gets a fresh hint at official launch date

Diablo Immortal gets a fresh hint at official launch date

Activision Blizzard recently held an earnings call. During this call, the COO Daniel Alegre stated that Diablo Immortal "is on track for global release later this year," which is the first time Blizzard has mentioned an actual release date for the game. Up until this call, all we knew is that the title had entered into its second alpha, which I took for a spin and came away reasonably impressed. So it's looking like Diablo Immortal could be released soon, and after such a long wait (it was announced in 2018), I'm sure there are a few Diablo fans out there that are eager to get their hands on the game.

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Popular 3D farm-sim My Time At Portia is coming to Android

Popular 3D farm-sim My Time At Portia is coming to Android

If you're a big fan of games like Stardew Valley, Story of Seasons, and Animal Crossing, then the upcoming release for My Time at Portia should pique your interest. It's a farming simulation game at its core, but it also offers a host of life sim features, plus a few RPG mechanics, and it all takes place in a 3D open world. The game will arrive on Android and iOS this summer, but so far, there isn't a specific date.

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WhatsApp wants to catch up to Telegram with sticker suggestions

WhatsApp wants to catch up to Telegram with sticker suggestions

WhatsApp isn't exactly a driving force of innovation in the messenger market, but the developers are always adding smaller tweaks to improve the experience. The company only recently brought back speed controls for voice messages and implemented improvements to its disappearing messages. As WABetaInfo reports, WhatsApp is now looking to make it much easier to add stickers to chats.

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Hisense pulls a favorite Community star off the bench to sell you its new TVs

Hisense pulls a favorite Community star off the bench to sell you its new TVs

Hisense just announced a whole pile of new TVs  — somewhere around 25 if you count every option for all models, including new sizes and software tweaks for the old ones it's still selling. That's a whole lot of pixels to be pushing in 2021, and the company picked up Community star Joel McHale to sell them to you. Many of the new models are running Android TV, as well — and we mean Android TV, not Google TV. Here's a quick overview of what to expect from Hisense this year.

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