Amazon adds long awaited intercom feature to its Alexa-enabled devices

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While Apple’ Siri digital assistant is still pretty limited in its functionality, despite it being the main input for HomePod, Amazon has been experimenting and adding new features at a rapid pace.

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Madfinger Games’ long awaited FPS ‘Shadowgun Legends’ finally gets a release date: March 22

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Madfinger Games’ Shadowgun Legends has been in development for so long at this point that I completely forgot about it. But apparently, Madfinger is still plugging away. The official company Twitter recently tweeted that it will be officially releasing on March 22nd. So yeah, we will have to wait just a little while longer, though it’s reassuring that they felt confident enough to finally mention a date.

Just in case you too completely forgot about this game, I’ll try to refresh your memory.

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Could blockchain be the long awaited savior to the freelance industry?


In the past, the freelance industry was considered a last resort. It was often a means to make ends meet for college graduates as they waited for career opportunities. It was a reactive path chosen when nothing else seemed forthcoming. But attitudes have changed; we are in the midst of the growing gig economy, and it shows no signs of slowing down. In fact, Intuit CEO Brad Smith estimated that about 34 percent of the U.S. workforce is now freelance based, and that number is expected to grow to 43 percent by 2020. The move toward the gig economy  results…

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Canon’s long awaited 6D Mark II is a huge upgrade, but it’s missing 4K video

Canon is updating two of its camera lineups today with the announcement of the new 6D Mark II and Rebel SL2. Both look like solid new cameras — the 6D especially, since it’s been anticipated for even longer than it’s been rumored. But they’re both still missing one of the most requested features: 4K video.

The $ 1,999 6D Mark II is a follow-up to 2012’s Canon 6D, a slightly cheaper and slightly less capable full-frame sibling to Canon’s popular 5D series. It’s been a long wait, but judging from the specs, that wait might be worth it when the 6D Mark II goes on sale in July.

Just about everything has been upgraded from the first 6D to the second, as you’d probably expect. It has…

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