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    There were similar codes for PAX West and Gamescom. However, this sale has a wholly different set of products.

    This offer expires October 28.

    TwitchCon is one of the newer gaming conventions. Although technically it’s a convention started by Twitch.tv to celebrate video streaming, video game streamers make up the majority of that population. So it features a lot of the men and women who play video games for a living – a gravy train I unfortunately missed out on.

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  • Mate 10 Pro scores one point less than Pixel 2 in DxOMark test

    Huawei’s Mate 10 Pro is a worthy contender to the unstoppable Pixel 2.

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    DxO recently put the Huawei Mate 10 Pro through its paces and ended up giving the phone a score of 97 – just one point less than the Pixel 2.

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  • Portrait mode on the Pixel 2 mimics the results of an SLR, and here’s how it works

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  • How to remap Active Edge on the Pixel 2 using Button Mapper

    Well, that was fast.

    One of the Pixel 2’s most interesting features is Active Edge – the ability to squeeze the sides of the phone to prompt the Google Assistant. I’ve personally been finding Active Edge quite useful, but for those that aren’t heavy Assistant users or simply want the function to do something else, there’s now an app that allows you to remap Active Edge to do whatever you’d like.

    The app is called Button Mapper, and while it can also be used for changing the functionality of your volume rocker and Bixby button if you own a Galaxy S8/S8+ or Note 8, the recent v0.53 update just added support for the Pixel 2’s Active Edge.

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