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‘Destiny 2’ Players Celebrate The Death Of Perfect Aim, A Main Weapon Of Its Cheaters And Hackers – Forbes

Bungie has threatened legal action against Perfect Aim, maker of Destiny 2 cheats that ravage PvP.

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Usually when Destiny fans are celebrating the death of something, its an ancient worm god or psychic dragon or a large time-traveling robot. But today, its something else, the death of Perfect Aim cheats for Destiny 2, a blight which has infected the PC PvP community for ages now.
Yesterday, fans began circulating a screenshot that showed that Perfect Aim cheats for Destiny 2 were no longer for sale, and the message displayed said that it was due to legal action Bungie had ta…

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Smash Bros. patches out Minecraft Steve’s meat in end of match screen – Polygon

A recent internet meme paused Minecraft Steve’s winning animation in Smash Bros. Ultimate to make it look like the character was doing something NSFW. Now Nintendo…

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Minecraft Steves introduction to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate was met with much fanfare, and it wasnt entirely because of his unprecedented inclusion into the party fighting game. Fans soon discovered that Stevens end-of-match win screen had him holding a piece of meat which, if paused at exactly the right moment, seemed like an NSFW pose.
Well, now its gone. Fans who have downloaded the recent Smash Bros. patch discovered that Steve now eats the hunk of meat and then is left holding nothing when…

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New Google Nest Hub experiment nixes the “Hey Google” voice hotword – Ars Technica

A leaked “Blue Steel” feature will answer anyone standing in front of the display.

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Here’s an interesting experiment Google is kicking around on its smart displays: voice-command input without a hotword. A video detailing the feature is up on YouTube from Jan Boromeusz, a Nest Home hacker who has a proven track record of scoring early smart display features before they get announced.
Boromeusz’s Nest Hub Max is somehow in “Dogfood” mode, which means it receives early, non-public builds of the smart display software meant only for internal use at…

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Galaxy Note 20 One UI 3.0 beta registrations now open in the US – SamMobile

Samsung confirmed last week that it would be releasing the One UI 3.0 beta for the Galaxy Note 20 and …

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Samsung confirmed last week that it would be releasing the One UI 3.0 beta for the Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra soon. The company has now opened up registrations for users in the United States.
Much like the Galaxy S20 series, the US will be the first to receive the public Galaxy Note 20 One UI 3.0 beta. Not all carriers are taking part in the program, though. Unless you’re with a carrier that’s participating or have a factory unlocked device, you won’t be able to try out the beta…

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