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  • Bethesda lawsuit says Westworld game is ‘blatant rip-off’ of Fallout Shelter

    Alleges developer misused Bethesda’s intellectual property to develop new game for Warner Bros.

    Bethesda Softworks has sued Warner Bros. Entertainment and Behavior Interactive over their latest mobile release, Westworld.

    As reported by Polygon, Bethesda has filed a lawsuit in Maryland U.S. District Court which alleges the mobile game Westworld, based on HBO’s hit TV series of the same title, is a “blatant rip-off” of its own game, Fallout Shelter, to the extent that it was built using the exact same code.

    The lawsuit alleges Behaviour Interactive used code from Fallout Shelter to develop a Westworld game for Warner Bros.

    According to the court filings, Bethesda entered into a contract with Behaviour Interactive in 2014 to start development of Fallout Shelter, a mobile simulation game based in Bethesda’s Fallout franchise. Under the agreement, all of Behaviour’s work on the game would be the owned property of Bethesda, but Behaviour would retain “access to source code, game a…

  • Deal: Get two 1-year MoviePass memberships when you buy a Galaxy S9/S9+

    The promotion is available now through June 30.

    Samsung and MoviePass are coming together to offer one of the most interesting promotions we’ve seen this year. For a limited time, Samsung’s giving out two MoviePass memberships when you purchase one Galaxy S9 or S9+.

    MoviePass is the subscription service that allows you to see new movie releases in theaters by paying a monthly subscription fee, and the version Samsung’s including is the MoviePass Unlimited plan that regularly costs $9.95/month.

    After buying your S9 or S9+, you’ll receive an email containing two promo codes within 14 days that can be used to redeem your free memberships. With MoviePass Unlimited, you can see one new movie per day in theaters every single day. Two memberships would regularly cost $251.90 for a full year, so you’re getting a pretty solid deal.

    This promotion is available now and good through June 30, 2018. To take advantage of it before time runs out, click/tap the button below.

    See at Samsung

  • Keep your stuff safe with one of these $10 BFULL 10L waterproof dry bags

    Today only, Amazon’s offering the BFULL 10L Waterproof Dry Bag in your choice of 3 colors for only $9.75. These typically sell for $14. Black and orange are currently add-on items that will ship with orders over $25, but as of press time, the blue bag is available to buy without the add-on restrictions.

    These bags received positive customer feedback from the handful of users that left reviews. The bag promises to be tough and durable, yet lightweight, with a small form factor that’s easy to carry around. There are two additional pockets on the outside of the bag, too. In addition, the bag folds down and is super-compact when empty.

    Take your new dry bag with you on a river float, kayaking, camping, or on a beach day. You might also want a special phone protector to ensure that your smartphone doesn’t take on any water damage.

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  • 35 temporarily free and 77 on-sale to kick off the weekend, including some Asmodee titles

    Another week is wrapping up, so that means it’s time for more round of app sales. Today’s list is quite the doozy, with several Asmodee titles on sale. Odds are, you’ll find something to like below, so take time to check out the interesting bits and laugh at the odd ones.



    1. TYT Biyoloji $0.99 -> Free; Sale ends in 4 hours
    2. TYT Kimya $0.99 -> Free; Sale ends in 4 hours
    3. TYT Matematik $0.99 -> Free; Sale ends in 4 hours
    4. Ultreia!

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    35 temporarily free and 77 on-sale to kick off the weekend, including some Asmodee titles was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Smart lights, 4K receivers, standing desk converters, and more are all discounted today

    Whether you’re looking for new tech gear or household items, we’ve got you covered.

    We found plenty of great deals today that include big discounts on standing desk converters, Onkyo’s 4K receiver, Philips Hue smart lights, and more! Time’s running out to take advantage of these prices, so hurry!

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    If you want to know about the deals as soon as they are happening, you’ll want to follow Thrifter on Twitter, and sign up for the newsletter, because missing out on a great deal stinks!

  • Bethesda lawsuit says Westworld game stole Fallout Shelter code, even has the same bugs

    Westworld Mobile landed on Android a mere two days ago, and at the time pretty much everyone remarked that the game was very similar to Fallout Shelter. Turns out, it might have a bit too much in common with that game, as Bethesda is suing Warner Bros. and Behavior Interactive, the developers contracted to make Fallout Shelter for Bethesda. Apparently, WB hired Behavior to make Westworld, and Bethesda alleges some of the IP used in the recent game’s creation stems from previous work on Fallout Shelter.

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    Bethesda lawsuit says Westworld game stole Fallout Shelter code, even has the same bugs was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Microsoft adds AI-powered visual search to Bing app

    Odds are you have Google Lens in your phone as part of Assistant. If you’re not satisfied with Lens, there’s an alternative from Microsoft. The Bing app has been updated with AI-powered visual search. So, it’s Lens but from Microsoft.

    Like Assistant, Microsoft’s visual search feature uses a neural network trained with many bytes of sample images. At the end of the training process, the system can look at new images and (sometimes) figure out what they are.

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    Microsoft adds AI-powered visual search to Bing app was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Sunrise Gold Galaxy S9 hands-on: Enjoy the view

    The phone’s available exclusively at Best Buy and Samsung.com in the U.S.

    Samsung announced two new colors for the Galaxy S9 in mid-May, including Sunrise Gold and Burgundy Red. The former of those two goes on sale in the U.S. on June 24, and if you’re not sure if it’s the version for you, we got a chance to go hands-on with Samsung’s newest look to see whether or not it’s worth getting over Coral Blue and Lilac Purple.

    Aside from the difference in color, one area where the Sunrise Gold S9 stands apart from its siblings is with the finish of its glass.

    Similar to the Midnight Black and Silk White OnePlus 6, the Sunrise Gold Galaxy S9 has a matte finish on its glass that looks and feels great.

    It’s still not the most grippy phone in the world, but it does a great job at hiding fingerprints while being reflective enough to pull off some slick light reflections.

    Samsung Galaxy S9: Which color should I buy?

    To match the glass back, you’ll also find a gold paint job on the rear c…

  • How to enable Continued Conversations with Google Assistant on your Google Home

    Saying “Hey, Google” all the time is so 2017.

    As magical and futuristic as the Google Home often is, having to repeatedly say “Hey, Google” or “Okay, Google” each time you want to talk to it can get very annoying very quickly.

    Thankfully, with the release of Continued Conversations, Google’s offering a solution to this pain point. With Continued Conversations, your Google Home will keep listening to you for a short period of time so you can continue asking questions or issuing commands without having to say “Hey, Google” every single time.

    Continued Conversations is rolling out to English users in the United States now, and to enable it, here’s what you need to do.

    Open the Google Assistant on your phone and tap the blue circle with a rectangle in the midde.
    Tap the three dots at the top right.
    Tap Settings.

    Tap Preferences.
    Tap Continued Conversations.
    Tap the Continued Conversations toggle so that it’s blue.

    Once enabled, you’ll be able to start talking to your Google Home(…

  • These smart lights work with Amazon Alexa

    Control your home’s lighting using Alexa and these smart bulbs.

    Amazon offers an affordable way to start building out a voice-activated home automation system for your house or apartment with their Amazon Echo and Echo Dot powered by their A.I. assistant, Alexa. On its own, you can use Alexa to play music and find news, sports, and other information. But things get really interesting when you start to connect Alexa up to smart devices, including connected LED bulbs and smart switches, around your house.

    There are many light options compatible with Alexa. We’ve broken things down based on the different brands and ecosystems that each have their own compatibility with smart lights and smart switches that you’ll ultimately be able to control via Alexa on your Amazon Echo.

    Philips Hue
    Samsung SmartThings
    Insteon Hub
    WeMo switches and outlets
    Lutron dimmers and switches
    LIFX smart bulbs
    GE Link LED Smart Bulb
    Nanoleaf Aurora Smart LED Light Panel – 9 Pack
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