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Rainbow Six Siege May Be Coming to Xbox Game Pass – IGN – IGN

A medieval-looking image could be teasing that Rainbow Six Siege may soon be headed to Xbox Game Pass.

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A new tease may be hinting that Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege may be headed to Xbox Game Pass in the near future.Xbox Game Pass on Twitter posted a medieval-looking image with no caption, but the image itself appears to be a tease for an upcoming announcement for Rainbow Six Siege, as it contains six rainbows and a siege-style weapon attacking a castle.Ubisoft has already confirmed that Rainbow Six Siege would be headed over to PS5 and Xbox Series X/S with cross-generation multiplayer, so the t…

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Prime Day price cuts return to Best Buy: $19 Echo Dot, $45 Echo Show 5, $130 Fire TV Recast and more – CNET

Amazon’s Alexa-driven smart speakers and displays are on sale in a big way, including a bundle with a Ring Video Doorbell.

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This story is part of Holiday Gift Guide 2020, CNET’s gift picks with expert advice, reviews and recommendations for the latest tech gifts for you and your family.
Did you miss out on last week’s Prime Day deals at Amazon? We’ve got good news: Some of the best Amazon device deals are back… but this time at Best Buy. Yes, for whatever reason, these retail frenemies have teamed up to resurrect some of last week’s best Echo speaker and Fire TV deals. The sale started at 10 a…

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For $6.99 a month, Google will send you prints of your 10 best photos, as picked by AI – The Verge

Google Photos users will be able to sign up for the company’s “premium print series” in the coming weeks. For $6.99 a month, they’ll be sent 10 high-quality pri…

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Google Photos users can now also order same-day prints at Walgreens
Your memories, as picked by an algorithm.
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If youre someone who never prints out any of the photos you take with your smartphone, Google might have a good solution. For $6.99 a month, itll use machine learning to automatically select 10 of your best photos and send the prints right to your door.
The company announced the service today, which it started trialing earlier this year. There dont seem to be any diff…

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Stadia’s ‘Good Stuff’ brings demos for Immortals: Fenyx Rising, Pac-Man, more – 9to5Google

Google is bringing three new exclusive demos to Stadia this week, including Immortals: Fenyx Rising and Pac-Man Mega Tunnel Battle.

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This week, Stadia is bringing a jam-packed three days of game announcements and exclusive demos in a video event series theyve dubbed Good Stuff. Today, Google has taken the wraps off of three new exclusive Stadia demos, including Immortals: Fenyx Rising.
While Stadia fans will no doubt enjoy having a few more free games to enjoy, todays event seems clearly targeted at those who havent tried Stadia before. To that end, all three demos are playable with a free Stadia account and do not require a…

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