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RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 Complete Edition – Nintendo Switch

The Good

Packed with all the latest rides and updates

Roller coasters for days.

Excellent for killing time

Sandbox mode is extremely clutch

The Bad

Controls make the game a little difficult to play

Back when I was 12, and I got my first PC, the original RollerCoaster Tycoon was my jam. I literally played it all the time. Armed with a couple of cheat codes, I would create some of the meanest roller coasters on the planet.

When the newer ones came out, my love for the game fizzled out as I was drawn towards other games. But my love for the game never went away. I would pick it up every once in a while and tinker around with it, then leave it alone for long stretches of time. 

Now, I don’t really game on PC anymore, and my attention is mainly focused on console games. So when

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T-Mobile just launched its live TV service, because why the hell not?

T-Mobile’s long-awaited TV streaming service, TVision, is finally here.

It’ll launch on November 1, but there’s no sign of the technology that T-Mobile bought from Layer3 back in 2017. Instead, the new service is your traditional internet streaming service, aimed slightly cheaper than the rivals.

The service will include three tiers and all come with a cloud-based DVR, with space for 100 hours of recordings. Those are direct from the TV feed, a distinct advantage over the competition who often substitute on-demand content for DVR use. You can even stream on three devices at once, so sharing with the rest of your family is possible.

The Live version of the service has got three tiers, depending on which channel selection you desire:

  • TVision Live: $40 gets you the base package, with most news and sports channels available (except CBS), and things like Disney Channel, Cartoon Network, and SyFy
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You can automatically block spam calls on your iPhone

We’re talking a lot about iOS 14 and its new privacy features recently, but did you know that one of the most useful features on your iPhone has been around since iOS 13? That’s the ability to filter spam calls, limiting the number of times you get interrupted during the day.

The thing is, Apple doesn’t supply any of the blocklists themselves. That means you need to find third-party apps to step in, so you get blissfully uninterrupted work hours. We’ll show you how, and also the most often used providers.

Here’s how to set up spam call blocking on your iPhone

The first thing you need is a third-party app, to bring those spam caller blocklists onto your iPhone. We like TrueCaller, but you could use Nomorobo, Hiya, or Google Fi if that’s your network provider. Then it’s time to set it up.

  1. Go to
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Will Assassin’s Creed on Netflix require you to leave the Animus to stop streaming?

A live-action Assassin’s Creed series is coming to Netflix. All we have is the teaser tweet and the fact that Ubisoft’s Jason Altman and Danielle Kreinik will be executive producing, but it makes sense that Netflix would take on the popular video game. Netflix found success with The Witcher show and Ubisoft has been wanting […]

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What’s on our desk? Hardware Editor edition

Half a year ago when we realized work from home was going to be the norm, I’m not sure we thought it was going to still be the norm going into the end of the year. Commuting is down to a bare minimum now even for those office workers that have started to trickle back into their office spaces, and sofas, bedrooms, and dining rooms have all been co-opted into working spaces.

The team here at KnowTechie were already working remotely before this new change, but not necessarily from home as one of our editors preferred to use a WeWork style communal working space to keep on task. With those provisions no longer a viable option, just how has our team adjusted to the new norm? It’s not just individual working arrangements that have changed, kids aren’t at daycare or are studying from home too, and significant others or roommates

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