No, that Android P render isn't meant to resemble the Pixel 3, but it might anyway

  1. No, that Android P render isn’t meant to resemble the Pixel 3, but it might anyway  9to5Google
  2. Android Things has a chance because it’s not very open  Android Central
  3. Google Pixel 3’s notch-free, bezel-less design hinted at in Android P beta  TrustedReviews
  4. Google Accidentally Reveals Expensive, Radical Pixel 3  Forbes
  5. LG G7 ThinQ review: a big price for small improvements  The Verge
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'Fortnite: Battle Royale' Could Be Getting A Competitive Mode Soon, And That Might Mean Esports

  1. ‘Fortnite: Battle Royale’ Could Be Getting A Competitive Mode Soon, And That Might Mean Esports  Forbes
  2. Fortnite Update 4.2 Adds New Apple Item; Here Are The Patch Notes  GameSpot
  3. Why isn’t Fortnite, the world’s most popular game, on Nintendo’s Switch?  Business Insider
  4. Fortnite Battle Royale – news, updates and useful tips – Metro  Metro
  5. Hundreds Of Fortnite Players Are Calling A Store Named ‘Epic Loot Games’  Kotaku
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Microsoft might be about to release cheaper Surface tablets, but it's not because of the iPad

  1. Microsoft might be about to release cheaper Surface tablets, but it’s not because of the iPad  BGR
  2. Microsoft Planning Low-Cost Surface Line to Compete With Apple’s $329 iPad  Mac Rumors
  3. A $400 Microsoft Surface may be on the way  TechCrunch
  4. Apple  CNET
  5. Microsoft Plans $400 Surfaces to Take on iPad, Chromebooks  Laptop Mag
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Navy Aircraft Carriers Might Just Be Unsinkable. Here's Why.

Navy Aircraft Carriers Might Just Be Unsinkable. Here's Why.The bottom line on aircraft carrier survivability is that only a handful of countries can credibly pose a threat to America’s most valuable warships, and short of using nuclear weapons none of those is likely to sink one.  Although the Navy has changed it tactics to deal with the proliferation of fast anti-ship missiles and the growing military power of China in the Western Pacific, large-deck aircraft carriers remain among the most secure and useful combat systems in America’s arsenal.  With the unlimited range and flexibility afforded by nuclear propulsion, there are few places they can’t go to enforce U.S. interests.  And at the rate the Navy is investing in new warfighting technologies, that is likely to remain true for many decades to come. Large-deck, nuclear-powered aircraft carriers are the signature expression of American military power.  No other combat system available to U.S. warfighters comes close to delivering so much offensive punch for months at a time without requiring land bases near the action.  As a result, the ten carriers in the current fleet are in continuous demand from regional commanders — so much so that extended overseas combat tours are becoming the norm.


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