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Best Sports Games for iPhone and iPad

When your favorite team of your favorite sport doesn’t make the playoffs, don't wait the entire off-season to get your sports fix: Here are my favorite sports games for iPhone and iPad!

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Everything you need to know about Game Center

When iOS 10 came along, Apple killed the Game Center app, which also took away a lot of its functionality and caused a lot of confusion. I’ll run through all the things you can still do with Game Center and clear up any confusion.

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What happened to Game Center in iOS 10?

Why can't I add or delete Game Center friends anymore? It has to do with how Game Center evolved in iOS 10.

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How to set up your Mac with an external GPU

NVIDIA's Pascal drivers are now available for download on the Mac, if you plan to use a Titan Xp as an external GPU.

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Seven tips to help you build a badass deck in The Elder Scrolls: Legends

While there is a plethora of different strategies, card combinations, and play styles you can experiment with, there are some basic tips that will help you build strong and consistent decks repeatedly.

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Meganoid (2017) Review: A retro-style platformer with some glaring flaws

Orange Pixel's Meganoid (2017) is a remake of the original Meganoid. While the game does a great job at delivering a challenging and fast-paced platformer, it fails to provide smooth and accessible gameplay for all players.

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I dream of a VR-Ready Mac Pro

If we're all going to spend an unhealthy amount of time imagining what Apple has planned for the next Mac Pro, I might as well start my wish list early.

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Best board games for iPad

The iPad is the perfect form factor for playing board games. Bonus: You won't lose any of the pieces!

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Best Sports Games for Apple TV

Did you know your Apple TV has a pretty great selection of sports titles? Whether you're looking for deep simulations or wacky and unique sports games, Apple TV has got you covered!

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What you need to know about the Mac, Thunderbolt 3, and external GPUs

The new NVIDIA Titan Xp GPU is obscenely powerful, and it now has drivers available for macOS — pretty interesting, given that Apple currently doesn't offer official support for the Mac on its end. Could it be a sign of Mac support to come?

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