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    Unreleased Nintendo Game Boy Keyboard



    The original Nintendo Game Boy was among the most popular electronic gizmos for several years running in the late 80s and early 90s, so naturally, there were a lot of accessories. Not all Game Boy accessories were given Nintendo’s explicit blessing, but the Work Boy was. This tiny mobile keyboard appeared briefly in gaming magazines after debuting at CES 1992. The device never launched, fading into obscurity as quickly as it appeared. Gaming history YouTuber Liam Robertson has gotten his hands on a Work Boy — possibly the last one in the world, and it’s working thanks to that giant Nintendo data leak from a few months back.

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    Kia will lead Apple Car project work under Hyundai Motor

    Increasingly, it seems like the Apple Car is far from dead. Rather, it continues to find new life in a number of reports connecting Korean automaker Hyundai Motor to the project in a potential upcoming partnership announcement. However, it may not be the Hyundai brand that works on the Apple Car, but rather Kia.
    A report from Reuters, via Korean publication Edaily, said Hyundai Motor, the parent automaker of Hyundai and Kia, will task the Kia division with Apple Car work. The brand also said on Wednesday it's looking at cooperation with foreign firms surrounding self-driving and electric vehicles. Kia made no mention of Apple, though the comment follows the reported connections to the tech giant. Kia did not immediately return Roadshow's request for comment, nor did Apple. Hyundai in the past declined to comment on the speculation surrounding work on an Apple Car.

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    Mobile RTX 3070 Reviews

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    If you’re shopping for a gaming laptop, it’s important to check reviews before you buy. We’ve discussed this issue before in a CPU context, but it’s just as important in GPUs. A recent set of reviews from our sister site PCMag offer an illustrative example of why.

    PCMag just reviewed the Alienware m15 R4 and the Gigabyte Aero 15 OLED XC. Both of these systems are built around the Intel Core i7-10870H. Both feature an RTX 3070 — the Gigabyte system has the Max-Q version of the card, while the Alienware has a standard RTX 3070. We would normally expect the Gigabyte system to outperform the Alienware thanks to its use of a Max-Q card. Max-Q cards are binned for high efficiency in a given power envelope, not maximum performance. A Max-Q GPU is typically slightly slower than a full-sized equivalent.

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    Xiaomi's Mi 11 flagship comes with a 55W charger in the box



    The Mi 11 is Xiaomi's inaugural global flagship for this year and it's a phone for a "new generation of movie lovers," whatever that means. It has a 6.5-inch OLED display, and houses Qualcomm's newest Snapdragon 888 chipset, and with a 120 Hz display that features a peak brightness of 1,500 nits, it might just be the brightest phone available yet.

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    Nintendo games are more expensive



    When The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword launched for the Nintendo Wii back in 2011, the motion-controlled adventure was priced at $49.99. This week, Nintendo announced a remastered version of the game for the Switch: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD, priced at $59.99, adding a dollar to the price tag for every year that's passed since the original game's release.

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