Namecheap dumps Daily Stormer; Xbox One X preorders begin
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Namecheap is the latest web hosting company to remove The Daily Stormer.
GoDaddy, Google, and CloudFair booted the neo-nazi site last week, after it published an offensive story about Heather Heyer, who was killed earlier this month, while counter-protesting against white supremacists, in Charlottesville, Virginia.
[UNKNOWN] Microsoft has opened pre-orders for it's new Xbox One X. The [UNKNOWN] up Xbox One with enough added muscle to play game at high resolution with more graphical detail.
The console will be out on November 7th.
A limited edition Project Scorpio branded version and a Minecraft branded console will also be available [UNKNOWN] Later this year.
People from Oregon to South Carolina today will see the moon pass in front of the sun during the first total eclipse visible in the US since 1979.
The eclipse will last about 90 minutes as moves across 14 states.
Check out CNET's full coverage of the eclipse for more details on where to see it and how to watch
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