The Essential Phone now costs $499, $200 less than the original price – The Verge


The Verge

The Essential Phone now costs $499, $200 less than the original price
The Verge
Essential is slashing the price of its eponymous phone, down to $499 at its website. That's a $200 price cut from the original $699 price, less than two months after it began shipping to customers. There is really no other way to read the move except
Essential Phone is now a more reasonable $499CNET


Essential Phone gets a $200 price drop, existing customers get creditTechCrunch
Essential cuts the price of its phone to $499Engadget
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NeoGAF goes down due to staff walk out, sexual harassment allegations – Destructoid


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NeoGAF goes down due to staff walk out, sexual harassment allegations
Destructoid
One of the things that made NeoGAF stand out from the crowd was its strict membership policy. Unlike more accessible communities like Destructoid, you couldn't just sign-up for a NeoGAF account in a few seconds. Gaining the right to post on the site
NeoGAF goes silent following allegations against ownerPolygon


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You can no longer buy a 256GB iPhone 7 from Apple, giving the iPhone 8 a leg up – Mashable


Mashable

You can no longer buy a 256GB iPhone 7 from Apple, giving the iPhone 8 a leg up
Mashable
Apple made a few major changes to its iPhone lineup last month, but you probably missed one. There were the major announcements — an iPhone 8 and an iPhone X coming this fall — but the company also revised its iPhone 7 offerings. It no longer sells a …
iPhone X vs iPhone 8 Plus: What's The Difference?ValueWalk


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Nintendo Switch’s first portable dock offers freedom, but with new shackles – Ars Technica


Ars Technica

Nintendo Switch's first portable dock offers freedom, but with new shackles
Ars Technica
Enlarge / The author's Nintendo Switch, inserted into the Nyko Portable Docking Kit. (Cables aren't inserted into its backside for this product shot.) Sam Machkovech. reader comments 45. Share this story. Nyko had clearly been watching my Nintendo
This DIY Nintendo Switch can play the retro games the real one can'tThe Verge


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All The Nintendo Switch Game Demos Out NowGameSpot
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