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Where words are not, feeling remains.
What we're listening to: Rayana Jay, 'Destiny 2' and Cobalt
(And yet more Broadway.)
What we're buying: BeatsX wireless buds, Roland JP-08, Paprika app
New synth toys, recipe apps that are worth the money and Beat's wireless headphone buds.
What we're watching: 'Marvel's The Defenders' and 'The Night of'
And 'The Man from Nowhere.'
What we're playing: 'Mario + Rabbids,' 'Overwatch' and 'Splatoon 2'
...And way too much 'Fire Emblem Heroes.'
We're listening to: 'You Must Remember This' and Brand New
(And Queens of the Stone Age).
What is Intel Optane?
The company's new memory technology claims to be faster and more durable than flash.
What we're using: Qapital, Mighty and the Switch Pro controller
Saving, training and playing.
The hits and misses of Gamescom 2017
Here's what stood out at Europe's biggest gameshow.