After the math: the ninja draws the old ‘twitchru’


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Sure, the thought of being connected to an Internet, voice activated microwave may initially sound good, but then you are likely to find that it will spontaneously burn and burn your home.

Ninja

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After just one year on the rival platformer mixer, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is returning to his old twitch stumping ground. And it looks like he will be there for a while as the popular game streaming personality has reportedly signed a multi-year agreement with the site for an undisclosed sum.

Tile

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Taking a page from the Pizza Delivery Playbook, the Bluetooth tracking dongle maker Tile is offering a “find it in seven days or it’s on us” insurance service called Premium Protect (at an annual cost of $ 100, natch). Basically, if you can’t find it attached to the tile dongle within a week of losing it, the company will reimburse you for up to $ 1,000 for the missing gear.

xbox

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Last week Microsoft revealed its answer to the question, “What if I don’t want to blow $ 600 and buy a 4K TV to enjoy the next gen-console gaming experience?” As long as you don’t mind a lack of a disk drive and a slightly weaker CPU and GPU, as the Xbox Xbox Series S., the Series S may just be the system you’re looking at this holiday season. .

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