This week had all the things from PS5 gamepads to an unprecedented team-up by Apple and Google on Bluetooth monitoring tech. Nonetheless, the fiercest tech rivalry is between video conferencing platforms, and Microsoft Groups hit again at Zoom — now the ‘Fb of video apps’ — by including its personal model of customized backgrounds. Your transfer, Google Hangouts / Chat / Meet / no matter it’s known as this week.

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Quibi and a chat with ‘Devs’ creator Alex Garland

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This week, Devindra chats with TechCrunch’s Anthony Ha about Quibi, the cell video startup from Hollywood producer Jeffrey Katzenberg. Is it any good? (Spoiler: Probably not.) And what does it imply for the way forward for cell solely video? Additionally, Devindra interviews Alex Garland, the director of Annihilation and Ex Machina, about his new FX collection Devs, a trippy exploration of free will within the quantum computing period.

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‘Remaining Fantasy 7 Remake’ is a big gamble that paid off

The brand new story twists assist change issues up simply sufficient.

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Sq. Enix

Many years within the making, Sq. Enix’s refreshed imaginative and prescient of Remaining Fantasy VII is right here. Mat Smith had some doubts concerning the challenge, however now he says “it delivers.”
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LG V60 5G ThinQ overview

‘A compromised phone I like anyway.’

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Engadget

LG continues to be attempting to make its model of dual-screen cell units occur, with two screens linked by a case as a substitute of 1 foldable show. The V60’s software program isn’t precisely as much as par with different flagships, however LG’s choices make it simpler to make use of than many different high of the road telephones and — maybe most significantly — lots cheaper. Let Chris Velazco clarify why this is likely to be the two-screen device to decide on proper now.
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