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Here you go, +Michael Kuechenmeister​.
 
Here is a fun weekend freakout topic. Google Maps Twitter account posted up a video that shows a Nexus 6P without an app drawer. Uh oh.

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Yesterday, Google posted a tweet through the Google Maps Twitter account that has Android enthusiasts going a big nuts, all because the video included shows a Nexus 6P without an app drawer. Seriously, lots of people are freaking out because this phone doesn’t have an app drawer. I don’t know that I’m ready to freak out just …
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Fucking Google.
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Pictured: an actual Donald Trump quote (text style suggested by +Michael Kuechenmeister​) 
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Bahahahahahaha!!!
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This is pretty damn cool.
 
That ASUS ZenFone Zoom periscope-lens zoom looks pretty neat - so can we buy the phone now?
Take a peek at the new ASUS ZenFone Zoom video teaser, as we look at this handset's lengthy (and ongoing) path to market.
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Nice!
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FINALLY!!
 
Google Play Music family plan arriving this week for $14.99 per month

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Google announced that it would be adding a family plan to Play Music All Access back at the company's September event, and since then we haven't really heard too many details regarding the new pricing tier. That's changing today, as Google has just announced that residents in the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, France and Germany will be able to sign up for the Google Play Music family plan 'in the coming days.' So, it may not be available yet, bu...
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So. Freaking. Cool. 
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Galaxy Note 5 (2015) vs Galaxy Nexus (2011): low to low-ish light camera test 
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Next up: Galaxy S4.
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CHICAGO—In response to calls for increased transparency and accountability, the Chicago Police Department announced Friday that it will begin monitoring all interactions with the public by using new bullet cams.
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Wachowskis brothers, eat your hearts out. THIS is bullet time video! ;-)
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I'm kind of fascinated by how misguided this project is, because they're completely missing the reason that people are nostalgic for older games - the GAMES. The fact that said games were stored on cartridges is a function of the available technology at the time, and the fact that people are nostalgic for them is a function of the games themselves, not their physical media; at least not to an extent that would inspire anyone to play brand-new, overpriced games on this piece of junk. The potential market for this thing is absolutely tiny, which means that developer support will also be tiny - which means that the game selection (which, again, will consist of new games rather than the classic ones that people are actually nostalgic for) will be tiny as well. Just an amazingly poorly-considered project.

Your thoughts, +DeafDudes RetroGaming​​​?
 
Cartridge gaming dreams remain alive
Retro VGS project tries to fix its image with new branding, new design, lower price.
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In my opinion, I think the sale of this system will be pretty low and will probably be discontinued in couple years. There's no point to produce another 8-bits, 16-bits or 32-bits games if we already have them existing. From what I heard that there are many more people who are starting to buying retro video games today. One, for nostalgia reasons and two, cheaper than the modern systems such as Xbox One and PS4 and final, most of retro games, themselves, are way cheaper at price ranges in $5 to $30 while the modern games are at $50+! Some people would emulate them, mostly for free and they'd receive hundreds of games in their storage library but then again, they will eat up so much of your MB.
Some people prefer digital over physical and vice versa for the others. For me, I'd prefer physical games for the sake of collections and I've been enjoy doing that! And couple years ago, I decided to jump off the modern video game bandwagon due to overpriced systems & games and also you'd have to deal with DLC, if you really want to spend an approximately $20 on them. So far, I'm so happy I've decides to stick to retro video games and I'm loving it! However, there are some retro games that can be priced at $65 to $400 due to highly demanded and rarity. Although, they may be worth way more in the next 30+ years! I think I may be inherit them to my children if they are interested.
Anyways, back to this system, this controller looks so uncomfortable and it's a mold of Jaguar so I doubt their market would do well and they didn't give out enough info on the games. OK, that's all I have for my discussion. Happy gaming! 😁
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Here's a photo I took of Orion last night. Crazy that smartphone cameras are now able to get shots like this. 
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Cool
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Google Plus seems to be having a crisis of design with their latest version. 
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I really am confused by what's going on over there recently.
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Galaxy Note 5 (2015) vs Galaxy S4 (2013): low-to-medium light test
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+Michael Kuechenmeister Samsung phones prior to the GS6 basically fell apart in low light. I wish I still had an HTC One M8 to see how it stacks up. 
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I'm a little divided about how this looks. On one hand, the new version is an undeniable improvement. On the other hand, the textures seem to be the only thing that's been enhanced (not the geometry of the environments or character models). Still, this will be an insta-buy for me. 
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I'll rage so much harder. 
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