Airbnb buys Luxury Retreats to offer more luxurious villas for your vacation

If you’re going to go on vacation, go on vacation. Thanks to Airbnb’s new acquisition, you certainly can when it comes to your accommodations. Airbnb has announced the addition of Montreal-based Luxury Retreats to its portfolio.

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Touch Bar support added to Office 2016 for Mac Slow Ring Insiders

Apple’s MacBook Pro Touch Bar display is valuable only to the extent that developers update their apps to support it. The Touch Bar recently received an important new champion as Microsoft added support to Office 2016 for Mac.

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MSI launches two teeny-tiny Radeon RX 460 graphics cards packed with dual fans

After launching the super-small Radeon RX-460-2G-OC and the RX-460-4G-OC graphics cards in August of 2016, MSI’s game of limbo continues. The company shows how low it can go with the RX-460-2GT-LP and the RX-460-4GT-LP graphics cards.

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‘Cities: Skylines’ makes its console debut on Xbox One with ‘After Dark’ content

Paradox Interactive is bringing its hit city-management strategy game Cities: Skylines to consoles for the first time this spring with an Xbox One port loaded with bonus expansion content.

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Trends with Benefits: Elon Musk is boring a hole under LA, would you take a pilot-less flying taxi?

Why is Elon Musk digging a tunnel underneath LA? Is The Boring Company really legit? Will either tunneling or flying taxi’s be a true solution to congested traffic? We have answers on this week’s episode of Trends with Benefits.

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Ski the slopes of Whistler Blackcomb with Destination BC’s 360-degree videos

Destination BC was one of the first travel/tourism companies to use 360-degree immersion videos, recognizing early on what a great fit they made for tourism marketing. Now they have one where you can virtually ski Whistler.

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Ubisoft serves up the PC system requirements for upcoming ‘Ghost Recon Wildlands’

Ubisoft finally released the system requirements for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands. PC gamers will need at least 6GB of system memory, a GTX 1050, and an Intel Core i5-2400S to run the game at 720p.

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New clip from ‘Kong: Skull Island’ reveals a connection to ‘Godzilla’ reboot

A new clip from the upcoming Kong: Skull Island forges a connection with 2014’s Godzilla reboot, as Samuel L. Jackson confronts John Goodman about the real reasons their team has come to the mysterious island.

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Gfycat makes it easier for developers to make GIFs a part of their apps

Gfycat, one of the world’s largest online GIF libraries, has launched a software developer kit that will tap into its growing collection of animated images. It’s launching first with messaging app Tango.me

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