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    Gaming  
    A new trailer for the upcoming DOOM video game features fast-paced gunplay and gruesome monsters, arriving in Spring 2016.
    Gaming  
    Check out the Eye of the Storm E3 2015 trailer for Mad Max.
    Video  
    Sometimes even a Saiyan needs a little push.
    Video  
    Chris Pratt Gets Pranked By Dinosaur
    Ginkgo Solar Tree Charging Station
    Gadget  
    Kickstarter has helped launch another project,  the Ginkgo Solar Tree charger($120). Ginkgo comes with a extra large 4.000 mAh rechargeable lithium battery to store your clean energy. This unique design is based on the Japanese Ginkgo tree.   On the aluminum base there is a small black grip located to use as phone or tablet standard while charging
    Video  
    This $8,000, 58-cm tall humanoid robot can be programmed to do a lot of different things, just don’t leave him alone with your dog. In this video, they hand the robot a piece of a Pop-Tart which it attempts to feed to a little white dog.
    Video  
    Rise of the Tomb Raider is being developed for both Xbox One and Xbox 360 and is due out November 10.
    Everyone Wants This LEGO Wedding Cake
    Pic  
    It was created by a family in England who call themselves “Cupcakes by SJ.”
    They posted the image last week on Facebook and have since been inundated with requests from around the world.
    "We are a family who love to bake and create cakes for family, friends & friends of friends. We do not have a shop or website or any other form of pictures other than those on this page, which was created at the request of friends purely to see what we’d been creating. While all requests are seriously considered, I had no idea one picture would create the reaction & influx that it has in the last 2 days and am sorry that many requests are not possible to fulfil. I thank each & everyone of you from the bottom of my heart for your kind comments, likes & shares it is completely mind blowing & left my parents & I lost for words."
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    Microsoft Debuts nbsp New Xbox One Elite Wireless
    Gaming  


    At the Xbox E3 press conference today, Microsoft unveiled a new Xbox One Elite wireless controller. The new  Elite wireless controller features swappable thumbsticks and d-pad, with a "pro level" of precision on both. Buttons can be remapped, and underneath there are "hair trigger locks" offering selectable levels of pressure on the triggers.  According to Xbox.com, the controller will cost $149.99 and will be available in October 2015.
    The Xbox One Elite Controller is now up for pre-order on Amazon.
    Gaming  
    This is a  full trailer for the newest Need for Speed game.
    "Become the ultimate icon when Need for Speed returns November 3rd, 2015 on PS4, Xbox One and PC in an action driving experience that unites the culture of speed.
    Built around real world icons are five action-packed overlapping stories. Every choice, every second and every minute propels your progression through the five ways to play; Speed, Build, Crew, Style and Outlaw
    "
    Gaming  
    "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 expands the possibilities of Call of Duty Multiplayer. The new movement system allows players to fluidly chain movements together while playing in maps that have been designed from the ground-up to push strong head-to-head action. Choose to play as one of nine new Specialists, each with their own look, personality, abilities, and level progression system. Finally, equip up to five attachments and an optic while customizing nearly every aspect of your loadout with the new Gunsmith, then tap the power of the Weapon Paintshop to give your weapon a signature look."
    Young adults want quality of life
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    Young people have stopped moving to coastal cities—they'd rather live well in Riverside or Pittsburgh than be poor in New York or San Francisco.
    "The data back up the idea that there’s more nuance behind where young people choose to live than the simple draw of lucrative jobs. Bloomberg found that only 37 of the 50 biggest U.S. cities are affordable places for 18- to 34-year-olds to settle down:
     Millennials do not earn half of what they would need to buy a home in cities like San Francisco, San Jose, and Los Angeles. Yet they’re not racing to the most affordable places they could live, either (Akron tops the list).
     People in this age group are instead moving to places that fall somewhere in between the cheapest option available and the fanciest
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