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Bungie drops hidden Destiny 2 XP scaling following player outcry

It all began last week when a post on the Destiny subreddit revealed that players were not necessarily earning XP as quickly as the game would lead them to believe. The Destiny 2 dev team then went on to say that this system will be deactivated "effective immediately ". As a result, players will see XP earn rates change for all activities across the board, but with all values being displayed consistently in the user interface.

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Better late than never: The 2019 BMW i8 Roadster is finally here

If you really want to make sure your new i8 sticks out from the pack, you have to go with the new Roadster. I've always been a fan of the somewhat controversial design of the BMW i8 and I still am with this new version and especially with what they did with the new roadster.

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OnePlus just announced a handsome new Lava Red OnePlus 5T

General sales will kick off from November 28. Connectivity options of OnePlus 5T includes- Wi-Fi 2x2 MIMO, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth 5.0, 3.5mm audio-jack, NFC, USB 2.0, Type-C, GPS, GLONASS and BeiDou. The OnePlus 5T comes with the same main camera as that of OnePlus 5 but also houses an improved secondary camera for superior low-light photography.

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The Galaxy S8 in Burgundy Red is Pretty Hot

While Samsung saw some criticism for placing the fingerprint sensor of the Galaxy S8 too close to that device's camera on the rear, a modest rearrangement wouldn't seem to demand an entirely new supplier. Everything remains the same, that includes the specifications as well. Do you dig the Burgundy Red color of the S8? The handset boasts a display aspect ratio of 18:9.

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Designer creates Substitute Phone for when you can't flick off yourself

There's a human tendency to get addicted to things frequently depended on, so it's no surprise that the smartphone, which is also an internet communications device, a video game console, a camera, a digital Swiss Army multi-tool, has become addictive for a great number of modern folks.

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Amazon's Sumerian Is A Web-Based Development Service For VR/AR Apps

As more developers look to support AR and VR, and platform owners continue to expand what devices can do, Sumerian could help make Amazon Web Services a key home for developing the applications of the future. Such applications typically run on mobile devices, in web browsers or specialised headsets such as the Facebook-produced Oculus Rift . Developers can also use the platform to create their own objects and scenes.