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The new Nintendo Switch has arrived, and with it, a much better battery life.
But what happens if you only recently bought on, and picked up the old model?
Well, according to a report by Polygon, Nintendo US and Canada will offer to upgrade old Switch models purchased on or after July 17th for free, with those looking to exchange only having to pay shipping fees.
The rumor appeared on Reddit and was verified by Polygon, but in a statement Saturday, Nintendo denied those rumors categorically, stating it does not provide a Switch exchange program.
Apple is set to unveil the Watch 5 next month, and Spanish site ihelp.br have found references to two new watch models hidden in the Watch OS 6 beta.
The references reveal Apple is likely to show off a titanium model and a ceramic model of the highly anticipated new watch.
The titanium model remote has a bit more of stain, given that Apple has recently released its titanium credit card, the Apple card.
Whatever the case may be, we should find out during Apple's traditional September event.
And finally Should we detonate nuclear weapons on Mars?
That's the thought racing through Elon Musk's head at the moment.
The SpaceX CEO fired off a tweet Friday with the simple message, Nuke Mars!
Musk has been vocal about nuclear winter on the red planet in the past, showing up on the Late Show, four years ago, to sprout the idea, suggesting detonation could terraform the planet and make it habitable Scientists, for the most part, disagree with this plan.
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