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Apple Maps Look Around feature gets its first international expansion

Look Around, the Apple Maps feature that provides 360-degree views of ground-level locations, is starting to expand outside the United States. Unusually for Apple, it will arrive in Japan before anywhere else and is now present in four cities: Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya and Kyoto. The update was noticed by At a distance. Look Around is essentially Apple’s answer to Google’s …

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 8.1.0 update released

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate just got a new update on the Nintendo Switch. Version 8.1.0 adds nothing as enticing as a new playable character to the game, but it does add a new stage in the form of Small Battlefield. As the name suggests, this is a smaller version of the Battlefield tier, and the new ladder option should suit …

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This year’s Call of Duty was made by Treyarch

This year’s Call of Duty sequel will be developed by Treyarch and Raven Software, confirming a more than a year old report that Treyarch’s turn to make the game has been moved a year. Activision chief operating officer Daniel Alegre confirmed Treyarch’s role in a quarterly earnings call with investors on Tuesday afternoon. Alegre said that Raven and Treyarch will …

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SpaceX successfully flies its prototype spaceship to a height of approximately 500 feet – TechCrunch

SpaceX developed Starship, its next-generation spacecraft, at its site in Boca Chica, Texas. The company has built a number of different spaceship prototypes to date, including an older version called the Starhopper which was essentially just the underside of the rocket. Today the company flew its first full-scale prototype (minus the domed cap that will appear in the final version, …

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