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Microsoft laid off Xbox support staff, in favor of volunteers

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Xbox Ambassadors rewarded with prizes take over from paid staff who trained them

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yoruneko
50 days ago
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INVESTING IN THE FUTURE OF THE BRAND
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Amends

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yoruneko
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because he killed them all individually
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rraszews
45 days ago
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There's an elephant in the background.

I hope it was delicious.
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58 days ago
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I remember every one of their delicious faces.
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Next Star Wars spinoff is all about Lando Calrissian, says Lucasfilm president

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Lucasfilm executive hints at what’s to come

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HAHAHAHAHA
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These Uber Air ‘Skyport’ concepts look straight out of Star Wars

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If Uber is to get its “flying taxi” service off the ground, it will need dozens of launchpads and landing sites on rooftops around cities as a supportive infrastructure. At the ride-hailing company’s second annual Elevate conference in Los Angeles, six architecture firms presented their winning designs of what these so-called “Skyports” could look like. And holy cow, these things look straight out of Star Wars.

The “Sky Tower” by Pickard Chilton and Arup wouldn’t look out of place among the Star Destroyers and Dreadnoughts of the Galactic Empire (or the First Order, depending on your trilogy). The beehive-esque “Uber Hover” concept by Humphreys & Partners could easily pass for an Ewok village on Endor. BOKA Powell’s “Skyport Prototype”...

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yoruneko
65 days ago
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They look straight out of a garbage dump more like
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EA exec reveals PS4 still handily outselling Xbox One

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Microsoft hasn’t disclosed sales numbers for its Xbox One console since 2015, but an EA executive let slip a solid data point for the publisher’s current install base — and it’s not hard to do the math and calculate the breakdown based on what he said. As Variety reports, EA CFO Blake Jorgensen said that the company had a “current generation” install base of 103 million at the end of 2017.

At the start of this year, Sony said “the PS4 has now cumulatively sold through more than 73.6 million units globally.” So that leaves around 29.4 million Xbox One consoles to fill out the remainder. And you’ve got to factor in some Nintendo Switch units in there too, even if FIFA 18 is the only title that EA produced for the console last year.

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65 days ago
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Surprising nobody
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Lost in Space is coming back for a second season on Netflix

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Netflix will bring its reboot of Lost in Space back for a second season. It announced the news today via Twitter with a brief teaser video, though it declined to share a release date.

Lost in Space premiered earlier this year as a reimagining of the 1960s family science fiction show (not exactly the film featuring Matt LeBlanc). The show stars Molly Parker, Toby Stephens, Maxwell Jenkins, Mina Sundwall, Taylor Russell, Ignacio Serricchio, and Parker Posey as the ruthless Dr. Smith (not to mention creature actor Brian Steele in the role of the “hot” robot). Much like past iterations, Netflix’s version follows the Robinson family as they crash-land on a strange planet and struggle to survive, with the help of a highly suggestible robot.

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WHY
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