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"Switch users will have to pay the previously revealed prices of $4 a month or $20 a year for online play in games including Splatoon 2, Arms, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Mario Tennis Aces, and Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido...."
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Unexpected and odd, but a summer camp massacre might be the best thing to have come out of Twitter as of late #FantasticFest18
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If the Henry Cavill news has you down this week, DC fans, there is good news, too: #BatmanNinja will officially come to Netflix on 10/26
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"I fucking hope he sues me," Elon Musk said in an email to a Buzzfeed News reporter in late August.

Now Musk is getting his wish: Thai cave diver Vernon Unsworth has sued Musk for defamation in Los Angeles court. He is asking for damages of at least $75,000—and possibly much more.
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Reminder: #iOS12 wasn't the only bit of #Apple software newly available to users yesterday
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#NotTheOnion (commendable, even): "Linux creator Linus Torvalds has apologized for years of rants, swearing, and general hostility directed at other Linux developers, saying he's going to take a temporary break from his role as maintainer of the open source kernel to learn how to behave better..."
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If you're a fan of our 10,000+ word operating system reviews (both iOS and Android now available) but you're nostalgic for a time when eBook versions were in demand, you're in luck—an Ars subscription now gets you Classic View. Inspired by Ars circa 1998, this option gives you a simple site with the entire text of stories appearing on the front page. https://arstechnica.com/staff/2018/09/back-to-the-future-classic-view-is-here-for-ars-pro-subscribers/
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Forget "What Friends Character Are You?"—a new study has sifted through some of the largest online data sets of personality quizzes and identified four distinct "types" therein.
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