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It has been four weeks since Animal Crossing: New Horizons was released and I have enjoyed every minute of it. Leading up to that moment, I was a bit skeptical about buying the game, especially since I had not played any previous Animal Crossing games before. However, I have enjoyed these sort of simulation games in the past, so I decided to give it a go. The game starts with you taking an opportunity to live on a getaway island. There are some starting quests including plotting your land for your home as well as placing the homes for other inhabitants around the island.

Apple Music for the web leaves beta in time for One World: Together at Home concert

From The Verge: Apple Music’s web interface has left beta, MacRumors reports. Heading to beta.music.apple.com now redirects to music.apple.com, where you’ll see an interface that’s similar to the Music app on Macs. The launch comes a little over six months after the web interface launched in beta, and days before Apple Music will be one of the online streaming providers of the Lady Gaga-curated One World: Together at Home concert.

This iPhone SE alternative from Samsung has 4 cameras and double the storage

From CNET: The timing of the new iPhone SE -- which goes on preorder today and arrives April 24 -- could not have been better for Apple. As the coronavirus puts millions of people out of work around the world, a $400 iPhone (£419, AU$749) will appeal to people in search of a budget device that does it all. But Samsung has a $400 competitor already on sale (£329, converts to AU$645) -- the Galaxy A51 -- and on paper at least, Samsung's chances look good.

Lenovo’s new Legion gaming laptops support the latest Intel 10th Gen H-series processors

From The Verge: Lenovo has announced several new products to join its fleet of Legion gaming products, and as you’ll notice throughout this post, it’s also simplifying its naming conventions. On the high end, the new Legion 7 features support for Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2080 Super Max-Q graphics chips and Intel’s new 10th Gen i9 H-series processors, following announcements earlier this month that other manufacturers like MSI, Razer, Asus, and others are doing the same.

HP Targets MacBook Lovers With New Envy, ZBook Laptops

From PC Mag: HP’s latest Windows laptops have been designed to win over Generation Z and MacBook lovers.

On Thursday, the PC vendor introduced several new products for its Envy line and ZBook family, which will start going on sale in May and into the summer. With the new notebooks, HP is seeking to appeal to younger consumers, who need a fast and mobile PC to work remotely, and to also create content and videos to post on social media.

iPhone SE: Apple announces cheaper $399 iPhone with smaller screen

From CNET: Apple's entry-level iPhone has been one of the worst-kept secrets in tech, with rumors swirling for months about an iPhone SE 2 or iPhone 9. It turns out, both names were wrong. On Wednesday, Apple announced a new iPhone SE with a 4.7-inch display as a follow-up to the original iPhone SE, released four years ago. The new iPhone SE is essentially an iPhone 11 stuffed into the revamped body of an iPhone 8. Like the original SE, the new phone will start at $399 -- $50 cheaper than the discontinued iPhone 8 which was the least expensive iPhone you could buy new.

Riot is expanding access to the Valorant beta starting today

From The Verge: Riot will make it easier to gain access to the closed beta of its popular new tactical shooter Valorant, the game developer announced late Tuesday. Now, not just select Twitch streamers, but all Twitch streamers who have access to the game can now drop the coveted beta access keys, so long as those streamers playing are actively live streaming the game and turn on the in-game drops feature.

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