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Fallout 4 VR Experience Will Be At E3 2017

Bethesda is going to bring a playable version of Fallout 4 for VR to the E3 show floor this year. Bethesda's Pete Hines confirmed the upcoming VR version and said that while he doesn't really play virtual reality games, game director Todd Howard has said positive things.

TSMC To Decide About Its US Plant In 2018

Following reports that TSMC may build its most advanced plant yet in the United States, the company's chairman Morris Chang recently said that such a factory is possible, but it "may not necessarily be a good thing." Today, TSMC's spokesperson Michael Kramer also commented

Apple Launches A Lot Of New Bands For Watch

What we failed to mention yesterday is that Apple, besides announcing new iPad, color option for iPhone 7 and 7 Plus and new iPhone SE models, also launched a ton of new straps for the Apple Watch. Thanks to its flashy design, it will probably make a lot of Watch owners happy.

ZTE Unveils Nubia M2, M2 Lite And N2 Phones

ZTE's sub-brand Nubia has announced today three new smartphones that will at first be available in China. The Nubia M2, M2 Lite and N2 smartphones are very similar and included hardware is basically the only difference. The M2 starts at CNY 2,699 ($39), the M2 Lite at

Shortcuts Launcher Added To Google App

Google is making a big change to its main Google app, turning it into an app launcher of sorts. It's adding a wide variety of shortcuts that are joining existing features like search and information cards. The shortcuts include things like weather, translate, and TV shows.

Google Spending $50M On Education-Related Grants

New education-related grants totaling $50 million have been announced by Google. The company is giving that money to nonprofits that are "building tech-based learning solutions." These donations build upon the $110 million Google has given to education in the past five years.

Apple Clips App Lets You Make Social Videos

Apple has released an app for creating social videos, but it's not accompanied by an actual social network, meaning you can share the videos elsewhere. The 'Clips' app is separate from iOS' camera app. You can capture videos/photos and then edit them.
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