It's Nice That

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The bridge forms part Leckey's huge new show, O’ Magic Power of Bleakness, which opens at Tate Britain in October 2019.

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pcmag

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Do you have an old smartphone lying around? Repurpose it! There are a number of ways you can reuse that old mobile device.

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The Guardian

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How a victory for community goodwill, lottery money and visionary design ended in outrage

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Lifehacker

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We love the convenience and feature-rich nature of the apps and products big corporations can offer you, but we’re also proponents of personal autonomy and control over your online experience. However, it’s one thing to just turn your back on the big corporations; it’s another to do so mindfully and ethically.

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The Guardian

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Netflix-style subscriptions by two tech behemoths could open up gaming to millions who can’t afford pricey equipment. Watch out Microsoft and Sony

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The latest addition to Netflix' roster of shows comes from the Minecraft franchise, along with a twist: you can actually choose your own ending.

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Wired

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I spent the summer and beyond using Bing instead of Google for search. It's a whole new world, but not always for the better.

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When the Xbox team at Microsoft first unveiled the Xbox Adaptive Controller back in May, the design drew applause from the gaming community. The fact that a prominent gaming hardware manufacturer was directly addressing the needs of disabled gamers with innovative product design was a moment worth noting. The controller, called the XAC, is remarkable for its simplistic design: On top, there’s a D-pad, a few menu buttons, and two giant round hand pads. Its back strip, though, has a multitude of ports that will let physically disabled gamers plug in any kind of assistive devices they need. The XAC is expected to ship later this year and will cost $100.
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Mashable Magazine

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Netflix is overhauling the TV user interface for its service, and it will be rolling out to smart TVs, set-top boxes, and more in the coming weeks.

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TED

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Frustrated by her lack of self-determination in the housing market, Sarah Murray created a computer game that allows home buyers to design a house and have it delivered to them in modular components that can be assembled on-site. Learn how her effort is putting would-be homeowners in control of the largest purchase of their lives — as well as cutting costs, protecting the environment and helping provide homes for those in need.

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Frustrated by her lack of self-determination in the housing market, Sarah Murray created a computer game that allows home buyers to design a house and have it delivered to them in modular components that can be assembled on-site. Learn how her effort is putting would-be homeowners in control of the largest purchase of their lives — as well as cutting costs, protecting the environment and helping provide homes for those in need.

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