Samsung's Project Valley Smartphone Looks Like Something You Might Throw Off a Mountain

  1. Samsung’s Project Valley Smartphone Looks Like Something You Might Throw Off a Mountain  ExtremeTech
  2. New Galaxy Tab Advanced 2 surfaces online, could be sold alongside XL model  Phone Arena
  3. The flip phone is about to make a big comeback as foldable screen nears reality  Yahoo Finance UK
  4. Apple, Samsung designers have only one way left to impress consumers: Foldable phones  CNBC
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Valve: We want to “allow everything” on Steam, including “something that you hate”

  1. Valve: We want to “allow everything” on Steam, including “something that you hate”  Ars Technica
  2. Valve says it will no longer police what’s on Steam unless it’s illegal or ‘trolling’  PC Gamer
  3. Valve Says It Will Now Allow ‘Everything’ On Steam, Unless It’s Illegal Or ‘Straight Up Trolling’  Kotaku
  4. Valve: We shouldn’t decide what you can buy on Steam  VentureBeat
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Elon Musk got emotional at Tesla's shareholder meeting and had something for everyone

  1. Elon Musk got emotional at Tesla’s shareholder meeting and had something for everyone  Quartz
  2. Tesla ‘quite likely’ to meet Model 3 goal; Musk remains chairman  Reuters
  3. Tesla investors missed opportunity to hold Elon Musk & Co. accountable  MarketWatch
  4. Tesla’s annual shareholder meeting will decide Elon Musk’s future  The Verge
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Roseanne Cancellation: 'There Was Always a Feeling Something Was Going to Happen,' Says ABC Source

  1. Roseanne Cancellation: ‘There Was Always a Feeling Something Was Going to Happen,’ Says ABC Source  PEOPLE.com
  2. ABC would consider a reboot of ‘Roseanne’ without Roseanne, sources say  Los Angeles Times
  3. Michael Moore: Roseanne Is ‘Totally Nuts,’ But Trump’s an ‘Evil Genius’  TheWrap
  4. Roseanne Barr is not the problem. She’s just a symptom.  Washington Post
  5. A TV Wasteland: When Beloved Stars’ Bad Behavior Ruins Their Classic Comedies Forever  E! Online
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Bethesda Is Teasing Something 'Fallout' Related — Could It Be A 'Fallout 3' Remaster?

  1. Bethesda Is Teasing Something ‘Fallout’ Related — Could It Be A ‘Fallout 3’ Remaster?  Forbes
  2. Bethesda tweets a tease for an upcoming Fallout announcement  Digital Trends
  3. Bethesda Teases Something on Twitter, Possibly Fallout 5 or New Vegas Remaster? (Update)  PlayStation LifeStyle
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'Fortnite' Might Make 50 Vs 50 Mode Permanent, Or Something Like It

  1. ‘Fortnite’ Might Make 50 Vs 50 Mode Permanent, Or Something Like It  Forbes
  2. ‘Fortnite’ is free to play but makes billions anyway  CNBC
  3. Why is Fortnite so damn popular?  Windows Central
  4. SuperData Research | Games data and market research » Worldwide digital games market: April 2018  SuperData Research
  5. Fortnite: Everything you need to know about the global phenomenon  CNET
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Something Blue! Meghan Markle Finds Stylish and Sentimental Ways to Add Color to Her Reception Look

  1. Something Blue! Meghan Markle Finds Stylish and Sentimental Ways to Add Color to Her Reception Look  PEOPLE.com
  2. Royal wedding: Scenes from the rehearsal  USA TODAY
  3. Thanks to Markle’s dad, Mexican town swept up in royal wedding frenzy  Yahoo News
  4. Meghan Markle And Prince Harry’s Wedding Ceremony Playlist Is Epic  HouseBeautiful.com
  5. 2 Weeks to an ABSolutely Amazing Core  PopCulture.com
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'DO SOMETHING,' Parkland survivors urge action after Texas school shooting

'DO SOMETHING,' Parkland survivors urge action after Texas school shootingSurvivors of the high school massacre in Parkland, Florida, vowed support on Friday for Texas students caught up in the latest deadly school shooting, saying tighter gun laws were needed to stop further bloodshed. Students at Santa Fe High School, about 30 miles (48 km) outside Houston, were among the thousands across the country who staged a walkout in April to protest congressional inaction after 17 students and staff members were killed by a former student on Feb. 14 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida.


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