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One of them was a toy frog.
The online retail giant will lay off 9,000 more employees.
It also has 16 games in development at its in-house gaming studio.
The state will be the first to make its own insulin with its own drug brand.
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We take a new look at the Steam Deck handheld gaming PC.
The question is what happens next.
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It's looking more like an iterative upgrade is in the works than a significant one.
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Time to head back to Hell.
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The Vappeby portable Bluetooth speaker has 80 hours of playtime when audio is at 50% volume.
Apple's most recent streaming box is available at a slight discount at select retailers.
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Spend some time with the OnePlus 11 5G phone.
New subscribers will be charged the higher rate now, and the increase will hit existing subscribers starting April 18.
California could be the first state to ban five controversial food chemicals, some of which can be found in Skittles and Hostess donuts.
The state will be the first to make its own insulin with its own drug brand. Drug companies have also slashed prices after outcry over the high cost of the life-saving medication.
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