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iWork apps add new shapes, collaboration improvements, and more on iOS and Mac

Apple has added more than 500 shapes for use in its iWork suite of productivity apps, along with a number of other improvements.

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Every Nintendo Switch game announced at E3 2017

Nintendo held its Spotlight event at E3 and gave us a bunch of news about which gaming titles are coming to the Switch in the future. Here’s a quick look at everything Nintendo Switch-related from E3 today!

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New Amiibo characters coming to Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Nintendo just added four new Amiibo characters for Breath of the Wild that you can add to your collection!

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HomeKit News — Everything you need to know!

Apple's HomeKit framework, which brings together various smart home devices from various companies, is at the forefront of the increasingly popular smart home market. HomeKit news breaks all the time and we're collecting it here to keep you updated!

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A New Pokemon RPG game is coming to Nintendo Switch ... in more than a year

Nintendo just announced that there will be a Pokemon RPG coming to the Switch, maybe more than a year from now.

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Comic: Too Much Good Stuff at WWDC!

Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in between.

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Apple will require users to switch to 2FA in iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra

When you upgrade to iOS 11 or macOS High Sierra, you will automatically be switched over to 2FA if you were on 2SV before.

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Ubisoft announces mobile South Park game at E3!

During Ubisoft's conference at E3 today, the company announced a new mobile game launching later this year.

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Cross platform gameplay for Minecraft is coming to Nintendo Switch and iOS

Microsoft is making Minecraft playable across (almost) all platforms, so you can play on your Switch with your kids while they play on their iPad or Xbox One!

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