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Included are a few older titles, along with some lesser-known games that may have slipped under some players' radars. It hasn't even been a year since Rime launched, but we're also getting Tequila Works' charming game. Lastly, for all Gems of War fans, get your hands on the new PlayStation Plus Starter Pack starting February 13th through March 13th. This includes the Nobend Brothers troop, 10 rare gem keys and 2,500 souls to level up all your troops.
  • Child experts call on Facebook to pull Messenger Kids app

    Child experts call on Facebook to pull Messenger Kids app

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    In addition, the organizations said the demographic doesn't have a fully developed understanding of privacy, such as what content is appropriate to share with friends or who has access to their conversations, photos and videos. Following its introduction last month, child health experts and groups are urging Facebook to kill off its Messenger Kids app . That's not to say that young kids should be allowed to use excessively use apps like this, however.
  • EA Confirms Anthem Delay, Lets Battlefield Launch Window Slip Out

    EA Confirms Anthem Delay, Lets Battlefield Launch Window Slip Out

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    Anthem was supposed to hit in fall of 2018, though a specific release date was not specified. Today Electronic Arts confirmed the delay, although also insisted that it is not actually a delay at all, and that it's not the result of development issues at BioWare but simply a matter of scheduling.
  • Ticket gaffe: Guests invited to Trump's State of the 'Uniom'

    Ticket gaffe: Guests invited to Trump's State of the 'Uniom'

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    President Trump told reporters he will also cover his proposed immigration overhaul and speak about trade. Enshrined in Article II, Section 3, Clause I of the constitution, the State of the Union address is defined as something the president "shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union , and recommend to their Consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient".
  • Fernando Alonso to compete in Le Mans 24 Hours, WEC

    Fernando Alonso to compete in Le Mans 24 Hours, WEC

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    One of the WEC rounds he'll be at is the 24 Hours of Le Mans in June, thus fulfilling a lifelong dream of his. It was confirmed on Tuesday that Alonso will link up with Toyota and pilot the No 8 auto, along with Sebastien Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima , in this season's championship.
  • LG Announces New G6, Q6 Color Options Ahead Of MWC 2018

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    LG Q6 is available only in Moroccan Blue and Lavender. The G6 along with these two colours will also be available in Raspberry Rose colour, which is touted by LG to commemorate the spirit of anniversaries, graduation ceremonies and Valentine's Day.
  • Microsoft (MSFT) Scheduled to Post Quarterly Earnings on Wednesday

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    It has outperformed by 17.82% the S&P500. Fiduciary Trust Company decreased its stake in Novartis A G (NVS) by 2.85% based on its latest 2017Q3 regulatory filing with the SEC. The company was maintained on Monday, July 10 by Credit Suisse. Morningstar reissued a "neutral" rating on shares of Microsoft in a research report on Monday, October 16th.
  • "Super Blue Blood Moon" Will Occur After 150 Years, Witness History Tomorrow

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    The moon turns blood-red - or more accurately, a sunset shade of red or brown - thanks to the sunlight that's refracted as it passes through Earth's atmosphere. From the moon the Earth will appear as a black circle with a copper-coloured glowing ring around it. Blue moons occur every couple of years when two full moons occur in one month.
  • Hyundai hopes bigger, revamped Santa Fe SUV will reverse US sales slump

    Hyundai hopes bigger, revamped Santa Fe SUV will reverse US sales slump

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    The new grille is flanked by slender headlights and separate LED daytime running lights to give the 2019 Santa Fe a more modern or as Hyundai says, "futuristic look". Furthermore, as these are design sketches, expect the final production model SUV to be more toned down. While neither powertrain details nor equipment details have yet been revealed, a rear occupant alert system and an upgraded rear-cross traffic alert system will feature on the new Santa Fe.
  • Microsoft Teams Updated, Gets an App Store to Counter Slack

    Microsoft Teams Updated, Gets an App Store to Counter Slack

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    The new features will be rolled out to the web and desktop app of Microsoft Teams starting today for Windows. They can now browse by category or search by name, category or integration type. New slash commands are also being added which lets users to quickly perform tasks like adding a new user to the team. The new Teams features announced Monday will arrive turned on by default, according to the spokesperson, and end users will have access to the store apps.
  • Nokia 6 (2017) starts receiving Android 8.0 Oreo update

    Nokia 6 (2017) starts receiving Android 8.0 Oreo update

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    The update is being rolled out in a phased manner globally and India is among the first countries to receive the update. It nearly goes without saying that the Nokia 7 Plus , 9 and any other new device HMD might be planning to unveil at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month will likely come with either 8.0 or 8.1 out the box.
  • Strategic Advisors Has Raised Celgene (CELG) Position; Gap (GPS) Has 0.96 Sentiment

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    The stock decreased 1.66% or $1.75 during the last trading session, reaching $103.42. About 930,470 shares traded. Celgene Corporation ( CELG ) is an interesting player in the Healthcare space, with a focus on Biotechnology. 18,506 shares were sold by MARIO ERNEST , worth $2.42 million. The insider Curran Terrie sold $248,498. The institutional investor held 476,248 shares of the major pharmaceuticals company at the end of 2017Q3, valued at $69.45M, down from 500,051 at the end of the ...
  • Microsoft purchases cloud gaming platform PlayFab

    Microsoft purchases cloud gaming platform PlayFab

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    Choudhry stated in a Microsoft blogpost that the acquisition extends the work and investments that Microsoft has conducted with Microsoft Azure with the intent of providing a dynamic cloud platform for the gaming industry. Our customers are worldwide, and Microsoft's global presence and world-class Microsoft Azure server infrastructure complement PlayFab's services, making it even easier for studios to focus on building great games instead of back end technology.
  • Nokia 3310 4G with 'YunOS' launched in China

    Nokia 3310 4G with 'YunOS' launched in China

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    HMD Global past year made a mark in the smartphone industry by launch as many as six smartphones but its feature phone , the refreshed Nokia 3310 caught the attention of many. It has a 2.4-inch QVGA (320x240 pixels) display alongside a 2MP rear camera with LED flash. Measuring 117 x 52.4 x 13.35mm, the Nokia 3310 4G weighs 88.1 grams.
  • WhatsApp now supported by Apple's CarPlay

    WhatsApp now supported by Apple's CarPlay

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    Siri can help the users send messages instantly from the WhatsApp contacts by asking it. The version once installed on your iPhone, WhatsApp will show up a dedicated icon on the CarPlay dash interface for easy access. While tapping the WhatsApp icon on the CarPlay UI user can see an option to either dictate a new message or hear a spoken summary of unread messages.
  • HTC employees formally welcomed to Google's hardware group

    HTC employees formally welcomed to Google's hardware group

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    However, we will still see new HTC-branded smartphone coming to the market. But even the Snapdragon 821-powered 5 and 5.5-incher that were explicitly billed as "Made by Google" technically came from HTC's factories, with the Taiwanese company's engineers deeply involved in the making of the Pixel and Pixel XL handsets.
  • Motorola launches Moto X4 with 6GB RAM and Oreo

    Motorola launches Moto X4 with 6GB RAM and Oreo

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    To put that in perspective, the Moto X4 3GB RAM , 32GB storage price in India is Rs. 20,999 while the 4GB RAM , 64GB storage variant is priced at Rs. On the front, there is a 16MP sensor with 1-micron pixels and an f/2.0 aperture along with LED flash and 4MP adaptive low-light mode. Overall, the setup helps provide such photography modes as ultra-wide angle shots, selective focus, as well as depth detection and depth effects like Bokeh.
  • Newly-discovered Titanosaur helps clear up hazy African dinosaur history

    Newly-discovered Titanosaur helps clear up hazy African dinosaur history

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    Much of the land in Africa where the fossils could possibly be found is covered under dense vegetation, making it extremely hard to look for. " helps us address longstanding questions about Africa's fossil record and palaeobiology - what animals were living there, and to what other species were these animals most closely related?" Indeed, M.
  • Apple is Working on Three New Macs With Custom Co-processors

    Apple is Working on Three New Macs With Custom Co-processors

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    Now the new report indicates, the Apple iPad for 2018 could be the first with Apple's own GPU chip. Apple, in 2016, took a big step in the laptop market by launching new MacBook Pro laptops with Touch Bar. It would be unusual for Apple to stick to "A11" chips for year-end iPads as presumably the new iPhones will house A12 internals. But these chips will not power the full computer experience.
  • Rosenstein Approved Surveillance Extension Of Former Trump Adviser

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    The memo also mentions that when they were initially seeking a warrant to begin surveilling Page, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Justice Department did not fully explain to an intelligence court judge that they were acting based on information uncovered by former British spy Christopher Steele, the author of the infamous but still unconfirmed dossier detailing Trump's alleged connections to Russian Federation.
  • 15 killed, 16 injured in Islamic State attack on Kabul military academy

    15 killed, 16 injured in Islamic State attack on Kabul military academy

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    Eleven army soldiers and four assailants were killed Monday after gunmen attacked an army camp in western Kabul , capital of Afghanistan , said the country's Defense Ministry. The Times reported that some of the attackers are believed to be among the dead. A week earlier, the Taliban stormed the iconic Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul , killing more than 20 local and foreign guests.
  • Bollywood reacts on Swara Bhasker's letter on 'Padmaavat'

    Bollywood reacts on Swara Bhasker's letter on 'Padmaavat'

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    The actor in an open letter to director Sanjay Leela Bhansali made scathing comments on the film, and emphasised that women have the "right to live" . The actor said a womans honour and purity do not reside in the vagina and it would be a welcome step "if the vaginas are respected; but in the unfortunate case that they are not, a woman can continue to live".
  • OR woman's body found in vehicle

    OR woman's body found in vehicle

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    The suspect has not been identified and remained in custody, police said. Her Facebook page is filled with pictures of her with her young son. A search warrant was obtained for the black BMW and the body of Sara Zghoul of Aloha was found inside, according to deputies.
  • Extremely rare lunar 'triple threat' early Wednesday

    Extremely rare lunar 'triple threat' early Wednesday

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    USA astronomers say that the moon will be visible from western North America to eastern Asia on Wednesday morning. In the continental US, the eclipse will only be visible in the early morning hours Wednesday. It will end by around 6:05 AM so the best viewing time for this region is between 5 and 6 in the morning. The full moon won't appear blue, however.
  • Facebook takes on Twitch and YouTube in game streaming push

    Facebook takes on Twitch and YouTube in game streaming push

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    Facebook has recently unveiled its Facebook Gaming Creator Pilot Program . Facebook is becoming a friendlier platform for content creators. "There's a lot of work to be done, but we're committed to building the fundamental architecture that gaming creators need to be successful, starting with foundational elements like enabling all creators in the program to livestream in 1080p/60fps".
  • Facebook's News Feed will now prioritize local news

    Facebook's News Feed will now prioritize local news

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    The announcement marks the third big change to News Feed this month emphasizing quality over quantity for news. Zuckerberg said on Monday that his decision to make the push in local news came at least partly from his whirlwind tour of the U.S.
  • SG Americas Securities LLC Raises Position in Emerson Electric Company (EMR)

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    Wayne Hummer Investments L.L.C. now owns 18,502 shares of the industrial products company's stock valued at $1,103,000 after purchasing an additional 70 shares during the last quarter. Therefore 32% are positive. Enersys had 16 analyst reports since August 14, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel. As per Tuesday, September 8, the company rating was upgraded by KeyBanc Capital Markets.
  • European Union promises a fight after Donald Trump threatens 'very big trade war'

    European Union promises a fight after Donald Trump threatens 'very big trade war'

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    The American President stressed the difficulty for companies in the United States to sell their products to the European Union, whilst the European Union can export its products to the USA "free of taxes" or "by paying very little tax". imports in 2016, and it invests eight times more in the U.S. than it does in China and India combined. He considers that the German trade surplus with the USA as excessive.
  • Come, watch the lunar eclipse

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    With the sun's light no longer directly reflecting from the moon's surface, scattered sunlight from the Earth falls on the moon , transforming it from white to blood-red in appearance. The next time will be July 27, though that eclipse won't be good from Florida either, he said. The lunar eclipse will be visible to anyone on the dark side of the Earth (weather permitting).
  • Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition Launches Feb. 9

    Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition Launches Feb. 9

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    Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition will release on February 9th on iOS , thanks to an App Store product page that popped up last night. A listing for the game went live on the Google Play Store in August previous year but it didn't mention a release date for Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition .
  • LLC Decreases Position in Amazon.com, Inc

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    Amazon.Com Inc now has $685.29 billion valuation. The stock increased 1.97% or $27.651 during the last trading session, reaching $1429.701. About 4.86M shares traded or 32.74% up from the average. Reynolds Shelley had sold 544 shares worth $536,666 on Tuesday, August 15. Shares for $2.31 million were sold by Olsavsky Brian T. Jassy Andrew R also sold $1.96M worth of Amazon.com, Inc.
  • Motorola launches 'Moto X4' launched at Rs 24999

    Motorola launches 'Moto X4' launched at Rs 24999

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    The biggest highlight of the Moto X4 is its sleek glass and metal design which makes the device stand out amongst the sea of metal clad smartphones out there. Vodafone subscribers can get up to 490GB data free when you recharge with Rs. 199. The camera also features phase-detection, dual-tone LED flash and has some interesting modes like bokeh effect, selective black and white, background change and 4K video recording.
  • Microsoft moves to block Intel's Spectre patch

    Microsoft moves to block Intel's Spectre patch

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    This has raised concern as Intel's actions could have allowed the Chinese government to exploit the vulnerabilities to gather data before the patches were released. The update covers Windows 7 (SP1), Windows 8.1, and all versions of Windows 10, for client and server. Furthermore, while Spectre and Meltdown security flaws have put Intel in a hard situation and the company is desperately trying to fix the issue but 2017 was a record year for Intel in terms of revenue.
  • Xiaomi Mi 7 Will Not Launch At MWC 2018

    Xiaomi Mi 7 Will Not Launch At MWC 2018

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    This clearly means that Xiaomi will not be launching a flagship smartphone at MWC 2018 . We already know that LG and HTC will be skipping the MWC 2018 flagship smartphone launch due to the hype around the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 plus Smartphones.
  • Weekend box office: Maze Runner: Death Cure takes down Jumanji

    Weekend box office: Maze Runner: Death Cure takes down Jumanji

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    Though " Hostiles " didn't earn any nominations for its cast led by Christian Bale and Rosamund Pike, it's still a strong return for the fledgling film distribution wing of Byron Allen's Entertainment Studios. The action comedy, starring Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart, also grossed $17.7 million internationally this weekend for an overseas total of $484 million and a worldwide box office of $821.7 million.
  • Alonso finishes P38 at Daytona 24 Hours

    Alonso finishes P38 at Daytona 24 Hours

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    The vehicle then suffered further brake and throttle issues throughout the race, requiring more garage time, so that when Alonso stepped out of the auto for the final time in the 22 hour, he was in 20 place and 50 laps down. "You arrive at the first corner - it happened two times at the first corner - and you're at 300-310kph, then you hit the brakes and there are no brakes".
  • Some YouTube ads forced users' computers to mine cryptocurrency

    Some YouTube ads forced users' computers to mine cryptocurrency

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    On Jan. 26, researchers from Trend Micro confirmed the ads caused a significant spike in Web miner detections. In the case of YouTube's ads running the script, they were reportedly using up to 80 per cent of the CPU and neither YouTube nor the user were told what was happening.
  • Fitness Tracker Map May Be Bad News for US Military

    Fitness Tracker Map May Be Bad News for US Military

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    Speaking from Thailand, Mr Ruser, who is studying worldwide security at the Australian National University, said he had been following the situation in Syria since 2014. The location of military bases is generally well-known, both from local knowledge and pre-existing satellite imaging tools like Google Earth. And also other regular routes that service members are active on - likely indicating where they work, live, eat, and run in and outside of their bases, as well as how frequently.
  • President of Planned Parenthood Cecile Richards steps down

    President of Planned Parenthood Cecile Richards steps down

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    Her announcement comes after reports0 circulated earlier this week that she was planning to leave the organization. Republicans in Congress tried repeatedly to cut off federal funding that helps subsidize Planned Parenthood's services to some patients.