5 Ben 10 Heroes Tips & Tricks You Need to Know

Fans of the Ben 10 animated series have a new mobile game to enjoy – Ben 10 Heroes! Ben and his collection of Omnitrix alien companions must do battle with some familiar foes all over again. And the best way to hand them their much deserved losses is by matching up puzzle pieces. Ben 10 Heroes offers players a fun match-three puzzler/RPG hybrid that’s easy to play and a bit tougher to master. As you head into battle, we’ll be here with a guide full of game-winning tips that will make your alien trio unstoppable. Adopt the useful strategies listed below and you’ll help Ben save the universe once again!… Read More

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Huawei developed a ‘plan B’ operating system for smartphones in case it was banned by the US government from using Google products. Here’s what we know about it so far. (GOOG, GOOGL)

Huawei is said to be developing its own mobile operating system, which the company said is a “plan B” if relations with Google were ever to sour. Now that Huawei has been banned from accessing parts of Google’s Android mobile operating system after the US government placed the company on a trade blacklist, it’s as good a time as any for Huawei to speed up development towards its own mobile operating system. Little is known about Huawei’s home-grown OS, but it’s been reported that it’s called “HongMeng OS.” Even if Huawei can develop an amazing mobile operating system of its own, it would still need to convince app developers to… Read More

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Now that Google and Nintendo offer digital video games, GameStop could have the same fate as Blockbuster

GameStop, one of the biggest video game retailers, could meet the same fate as Blockbuster. Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo all offer ways to download games digitally, which could lead to fewer people buying physical copies. A recent study said 66% of gamers still prefer physical video games to digital downloads, but that nostalgia may not last long. GameStop has suffered decreasing stock price and flat sales. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Following is a transcript of the video. Narrator: So you wanna buy a video game. Do you download it, order it off Amazon? Oh, look, there’s a Best Buy nearby. A few years ago you probably would… Read More

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Faze Clan and Tfue’s legal dispute could reshape e-sports and YouTube contracts forever

A new lawsuit filed against Faze Clan, a popular e-sports organization and YouTube network, by one of the internet’s most popular personalities is shaping up to be a milestone moment for online content creators. Turner “Tfue” Tenney is one of the most prominent Twitch streamers in the world, catapulting to the upper echelon of online creators, thanks to his prolific Fortnite playing and consistent performance in the game’s competitive circuit. But a new lawsuit filed by Tenney’s lawyers today alleges that his employer, Faze Clan, has taken financial advantage of him by way of an exploitative contract and unlawful behavior on behalf of Faze’s management. The lawsuit states that Faze… Read More

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Google Glass still getting upgrades, but still not for you

The story isn’t over for Google Glass, the company’s connected AR headset. Though the original product didn’t make much of a splash, running into a bit of controversy with its awkward looks, Google didn’t give up on it. The company instead transitioned it away from the consumer market with Glass Enterprise Edition. And, now Glass is getting another upgrade in the Glass Enterprise Edition 2 announced today by Google. The new AR glasses have a few key improvements, with USB-C for faster charging, Bluetooth 5.0, Android Oreo (using the AOSP), and a new Qualcomm Snapdragon XR1 chip for improved computer vision and machine learning. The new chip should help save… Read More

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