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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla can learn from some of the missteps that Origins and Odyssey made, but I wonder whether it will.
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Google has a long way to go before its smart home skills are as good as those of Amazon Alexa and Apple HomeKit.
iOS is packed with ads, a never-ending, ever-present stream of calls to join Apple’s own services and buy its products
Do we really need to put a thousand companies on giant stands, fly tens of thousands, and generate insane amounts of waste just to sell crap?