Xbox One X | TechRadar

Laveta Brigham

The Xbox One X is no longer going to be produced, Microsoft announced earlier this year. Instead, the company is going to focus its production efforts on the Xbox Series X, the next-generation console that’s about to launch around the world on November 10. 

Despite the Xbox One X’s end-of-life announcement, you’ll probably be able to find the console on store shelves for a little while longer while retailers clear house (should they have any units left). There’s really no reason to buy this over the Xbox Series S or X at this point, but if you are curious, the

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Tradition Homes touts design in Colleyville

Laveta Brigham

The Dallas Builders Association’s Home of the Week is the two-story design at 3905 Campania Court in the gated community of Creekside at Colleyville. Built by Tradition Homes, this residence features 3,854 square feet of interior space, four bedrooms, 4½ bathrooms and a three-car garage.

Creekside at Colleyville is a gated community just west of State Highway 121, close to DFW International Airport and offering access to Dallas, Plano, Las Colinas and Fort Worth employment centers and city life. It is also near sports venues, theme parks and entertainment and dining options in Arlington and Southlake. Creekside students may attend

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This Woman Turns Plastic Dollhouses Into Chic Halloween Decor

Laveta Brigham

If you thought Juli Steel’s abandoned dollhouses were the most perfect Halloween decor, wait until you see this crafty mom’s spooky miniature houses.

Recently Samantha Browning’s all-black haunted house gained some traction on Facebook with over 100,000 shares and 25,000 comments. Users were not only impressed with the home’s aesthetic, but also by the fact that she upcycled this home from a pink plastic dollhouse.

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Hyundai Kona Electric gets a design refresh, but retains its im

Laveta Brigham

(Pocket-lint) – The Hyundai Kona is one of the best electric cars on the road. The reason for that is simple: it offers great range for the money, while also being backed up by a design and system that makes it feel like it was designed as an EV first.

There’s a new design tweak that’s gone a little Tesla, with an new closed-off nose that screams “I’m electric!” at you. Previously, there was still an insert in the front of the car that was a hangover from the old grille on the combustion version of this car.

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