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This Tuesday, one Engadget editor attempted to become an Instagram star. (Spoiler: without money, it's harder than you'd think.) We have the best gift ideas for the console gamer in your life. We also take issue with the FCC -- and we're not alone.
We don't have a price, release date or list of game titles for this retro console, but discounted pre-orders will start this week. Want to be first in line? Sign up on the site for an email alert and keep an eye on your inbox.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai trumpets "transparency" at every turn, but only the telecoms seem satisfied by his explanations.
This week, it's time for the season-three finale of Mr. Robot, and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds just launched in the preview program on Xbox One. You can also keep an eye out for the Okami HD remaster, Yooka-Laylee on Switch and Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk.
The rules are pretty simple: Set up an Instagram account and use whatever (legitimate) means to push my following as high as possible. I'll scour every how-to, every online guide, and learn from the master himself, Vaynerchuk, and it'll be a piece of cake. (Narrator voice: It was not.)
If you're in the market for a new system, the Xbox One S, PlayStation VR, Nintendo Switch and 2DS XL all made it into our holiday gift guide, for different reasons. We even dug up the best accessories available, no matter which platform you prefer.
When Bungie rolled out its "Curse of Osiris" DLC, Destiny 2 players who didn't pay up found themselves locked out of certain in-game activities. A new update rolling out today is reverting most of those changes and nerfing the Prometheus Lens weapon that has wreaked havoc in PvP.
Yesterday the president signed Space Policy Directive 1, which orders NASA to lead an "innovative space exploration program" that sends astronauts to the Moon and, "eventually," Mars. The plan is to partner with aerospace companies who have already begun work on their own, but it may take years to come to fruition.
But wait, there's more...
- Facebook's ticker is no more
- Tech pioneers tell FCC: "You don't understand how the internet works"
- Microsoft offers developers a preview of its quantum computing kit
- Google brings 'Star Wars' and 'Stranger Things' augmented reality stickers to the Pixel
- New standard sets a baseline for HDR on PC displays
- Google app experiments push the limits of phone photography
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