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Nintendo NES Classic Edition comes on Nov. 11

The Nintendo Entertainment System: NES Classic Edition console, anticipated to be one of the hottest gifts this holiday season, launches on Nov. 11 at a suggested retail price of only $59.99. The system includes 30 classic NES games like Super Mario Bros. 3, Metroid and The Legend of Zelda, plus a replica of the original NES controller that can also be used with NES Virtual Console games on the Wii or Wii U systems. And the games look sharper than ever using the included HDMI cable.

Maybe you’ve heard some of that before, but did you also know the system can be played in three different display modes? Or that games can be saved at any time using Suspend Points? Or how about the fact that all of the games’ original manuals can be viewed by scanning an on-screen QR Code with a smart device? 

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360-degree render of the Google Pixel XL show up online

A few days ahead of the October 4 Google event, new images and renders of the rumoured Google Pixel XL show up online. @OnLeaks on Twitter has new information on the rumoured device. It supposedly measures 154.72 x 75.74 x 7.3mm (on the bottom) and 8.5mm (at the top). The Pixel XL will reportedly have a 5.5-inch display, making it a bit larger than the Pixel with its rumoured 5-inch screen. The rear camera and fingerprint sensor seem to be covered by a glass plate. It also seems to have a metal frame with slopping edges, a USB Type-C port, and stereo speaker at the bottom. You can, of course, also see the power button and volume keys.

Source: Android Authority


New Apple TV ad tugs at heartstrings to promote new iOS messaging features

Apple has long since mastered the art of creating an emotionally powerful ad. Its latest ad isn’t an exception. Promoting the new messaging features in iOS 10, the new video shows a solitary bright red balloon flying from a farmhouse window, over mountains and seas, to fly into the window in the city (where it’s already joined by many balloons) to a girl celebrating her birthday.

What Apple is trying to convey with the ad is there are a lot of new ways to send messages that carry more emotions in them. These include being able to change sizes of the text and make them animated, have color backgrounds, and even swap in emojis for words.

Source: Fast Company


Laurene Powell Jobs invests in studio behind ‘Mr. Robot’ and ‘Spotlight’

Mr. Robot (USA Network)

Philanthropist and Silicon Valley investor Laurene Powell Jobs is entering into Hollywood with an investment into Anonymous Content, the studio behind movies such as Spotlight and TV shows like Mr. Robot. The widow of Steve Jobs is investing via her Emerson Collective fund. The two sides won’t disclose the size of the deal but it is said to be a “substantial minority investment.” Powell Jobs said in a press release that she’s interested in “expanding the firm’s efforts in producing socially relevant content aimed at inspiring change.” She is considered one of the wealthiest women in the world with her net worth pegged by Forbes at US$17.6 billion, which is derived from large stakes in Apple and Disney.

Source: Recode