Top-level Division 2 players will see targeted loot locations in next update

The highest-level players of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 will have an easier time hunting down branded gear, specific weapons, mods and more thanks to callouts on the mega map and other changes exposing where they can find exactly the loot they need.

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Pixel 4 – Camera Features Leaked!

Just as we thought we could expect what the Pixel 4 would offer, another leaked image of the Pixel 4 is ready to prove otherwise. This time, the leak is based on Pixel 4’s camera software.

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Latest Pixel 4 leak shows new Assistant UI, Pixel Themes, more

At this point, we’ve probably seen enough of the Pixel 4 to bring you a full review. That said, a new leak has given us a closer look at the new Pixel 4 Assistant UI, Pixel Themes, and the new Face Unlock setup in action.

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Benchmark claims iPhone 11 Pro has 4 GB RAM but other reports indicate it has 6 GB

The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max go up for preorder tomorrow. At the event, Apple touted the A13 Bionic as its fastest yet and now we have more visibility into what that means.

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AppleCare + now offers a monthly subscription service

Apple has updated AppleCare+ so that it can be paid for on an indefinite rolling monthly basis.Customers can now continue to receive AppleCare+ coverage for as long as they’re willing to keep paying. (Or, presumably, until Apple is unable to repair your device.) This is in contrast to the previous upfront fixed term customers could buy for Apple devices.

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Gears 5 ‘steals’ its best features from XCOM and party games

The Gears of War franchise has always been rooted in cooperative gameplay.

Back in 2006, the original Gears of War launched with a seamless two-player campaign that offered the same experience as the single-player version, just with a friend. Now, with Gears 5, developer The Coalition is doubling down with two brilliant new cooperative hooks, features which remind me more of party games and the XCOM series, of all things, rather than a traditional third-person shooter.

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Gmail for Android dark theme begins rolling out

Following Android 10’s public launch last week, many users have been waiting for all of Google’s apps to offer darker looks. After a brief tease on Android.com, a dark theme is now rolling out to Gmail for Android today via a sever-side update.

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Apple Watch Series 5 Details

Apple already unveiled the all-new Apple Watch Series 5 and new Apple Watch Studio experience, and now we’re collecting even more tidbits about this year’s flagship Apple Watch.

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Apple announces iOS 13 release date of September 19

After introducing iOS 13 at WWDC and running its developer and public betas this summer, the new software is almost ready for all users. Today, after its iPhone event, Apple has announced iOS 13 will be officially released on Thursday, September 19.

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Apple releasing iOS 13.1 on September 30

As part of its numerous announcements today, Apple snuck in the fact that iOS 13.1 will be released to the public on September 30. iOS 13 will be released on September 19, as we detailed here.

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