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Summary

The major upgrades include 5G support, thanks to the N200's Snapdragon 480 processor, as well as a slightly smaller 6.49-inch screen that refreshes at a faster 90Hz. Continue reading.So, no Metroid Prime 4, but Nintendo did reveal a game that’s actually been in development for almost 15 years: Metroid Dread. Continue reading.SpaceX cleared to launch reused rockets for national security missionsEngadget Deals: Amazon knocks $200 off Apple's 512GB MacBook Pro M1Spotify makes popular 'Call Her Daddy' podcast an exclusiveAmazon is bringing its Just Walk Out tech to a full-size Fresh store for the first timeTim Berners-Lee is auctioning off the web's source code as an NFT for charityAtari’s VCS is finally available to buyThe latest Android update includes starred messages and more voice controlsRealme GT is the cheapest Snapdragon 888 smartphone (for now)'Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart' takes the PS5 to new heightsAn adorable Zelda-themed Game & Watch comes out November 12thNintendo is bringing remakes of 'Advance Wars' and its sequel to Switch'Castlevania: Rondo of Blood' is getting a physical release on the TurboDuoPlease enter a valid email address

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