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Microsoft’s Updating Xbox Game Pass Branding – Thurrott.com – Thurrott.com

For the past few weeks, we have seen a few changes to Xbox Live and now we can add Xbox Game Pass to the equation.

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The $150 billion video game industry grapples with a murky track record on diversity – CNBC

Though there have been some positive steps in the space, industry representatives say gaming has a long way to go on diversity and inclusion.

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A woman plays at the stand of Xbox during the media day of the Gamescom video games trade fair in Cologne, western Germany, on August 20, 2019.
The video game industry may be booming in the coronavirus era but it continues to face intensifying pressure over its handling of diversity and inclusion.
For years, gaming has been criticized for fostering a culture that excludes and is even hostile toward women. Stereotypes surrounding so-called “gamer girls” for instance have led to harassment of fe…

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New US sanctions could slowly strangle Huawei’s smartphone business – CNN

Huawei recently became the world’s biggest smartphone maker, beating Samsung and Apple at their own game by offering consumers state of the art phones with amazing cameras at competitive prices.

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Hong Kong (CNN Business)Huawei recently became the world’s biggest smartphone maker, beating Samsung and Apple(AAPL) at their own game by offering consumers state of the art phones with amazing cameras at competitive prices.
All that is now at risk after the latest US sanctions on the Chinese tech champion. Consumers around the world were already abandoning the brand because the phones no longer come with some popular US apps. Now, a blow to its hardware supply chain is putting its advantage i…

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Samsung’s most affordable 5G phone, the Galaxy A51, is now available on Verizon – The Verge

5G smartphones just got more affordable for Verizon users. Samsung’s Galaxy A51 5G UW is now available for $550. The Galaxy A51 5G UW includes Verizon’s ultra-wideband 5G network and will add its low-band network later this year.

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Available now for $550
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Samsungs affordable midrange 5G phone, the Galaxy A51, is finally available at Verizon. Compared to other phones released within the past year, the $550 Galaxy A51 5G UW is one of the more affordable 5G phones right now: $900 cheaper than the (discontinued) Samsungs Galaxy Z Flip originally cost, $250 less than the OnePlus 8 5G UW, and $100 cheaper than the Galaxy A71 5G UW.
The new Galaxy A51 5G UW comes in just one color, Prism Bricks Blue, which is ba…

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