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While the final game never really lived up to that hype, with numerous shortcomings open world games from 2014 had, it was still an interesting game that was succeeded by a much better sequel . Watch Dogs is now available on Steam for $29.99, so whatever your thoughts on protagonist Aiden Pearce, the Grand Theft Auto-meets-hacking gameplay, and Uplay in general, this seems like a pretty good deal.
  • T Rex used its tiny arms for vicious slashing

    T Rex used its tiny arms for vicious slashing

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    To assist the declaration Stanley aims to mini-arms' power and hardiness demonstrated by bones that constitute the limbs and the dinosaur's extensive coracoid, a partnered bone in the shoulder that assists in restraining arm movement. rex not have engaged in this activity?" So far, other scientists aren't so sure. Because the iconic dinosaur would already have to be essentially face-to-face with any creature close enough to be struck by its arms, the T.
  • Facebook launches person-to-person payments in the UK

    Facebook launches person-to-person payments in the UK

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    Facebook has revealed it is launching peer-to-peer (P2P) payments for Messenger in the United Kingdom - here's how to use the new feature. The feature has existed in the U.S. "And when it comes to payments, we take extra steps for protection: All debit card credentials are encrypted and protected with bank level security, our world-class anti-fraud specialists monitor payments, and in the rare case that we find unauthorized activity on an account, we'll work with them to secure the account ...
  • Auto giants launch pan-European electric vehicle charging venture

    Auto giants launch pan-European electric vehicle charging venture

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    BMW Group, Daimler AG, Ford Motor Company and the Volkswagen Group with Audi and Porsche have recently formed a joint venture called IONITY . Charging capacity is said to go up to 350 kW per outlet, employing the European charging standard Combined Charging System (CCS Combo2 connector) that significantly reduces charging times compared to existing systems.
  • We already broke the iPhone X (The 3:59, Ep. 311)

    We already broke the iPhone X (The 3:59, Ep. 311)

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    Nelson found that the iPhone X was just as scratch resistant as many flagship phones. In the session, Apple provides tricks and tips to use the device, discussions about AppleID and iCloud, and help setting up the device if needed. Repairability: SquareTrade's Master Technician noted that the iPhone X has a thinner, more costly OLED screen that's more expensive to replace, a smaller logic board, multiple cables, and a split battery that's more hard to remove.
  • IOS 11 bug prevents some users from typing the word

    IOS 11 bug prevents some users from typing the word "I"

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    Apple does make changes to the autocorrect keyboard - adding the names of new products when they come out, for instance - and corrections that a large number of people make get sent out to everyone, but given that the letter I still remains in fairly common use, it is presumably a bug either in the code or the dictionary.
  • Vodafone Provides 90 GB Data for Rs 399 to Prepaid Subscribers

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    Competitive pricing by Reliance Jio , which offers telecom services under brand name Jio, has forced other operators to revise their offerings. It offers 1GB data per day. The plan, priced at Rs 3,999 comes with a validity of 360 days, which is five days less than a year. To review, Jio's Rs 399 plan has been redone as of late.
  • Renault launches Captur at an alluring INR 9.99lakh

    Renault launches Captur at an alluring INR 9.99lakh

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    The pricing of the auto and the availability of features in this vehicle is surely expected to give dent to the rising sales figures. The base diesel RXE variant is priced at INR 11.39lakh, in addition to an exclusive top diesel version called Platine priced at INR 13.88lakh.
  • Xbox One X Success Will Raise with Multi-Platform Cross Play

    Xbox One X Success Will Raise with Multi-Platform Cross Play

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    With the release of Call of Duty: WWII , which is already supporting Microsoft's yet unreleased new console, the Xbox One X . Thanks to that, we can take a look at what the console has to offer on a prominent third party game, especially in comparison to its primary competitor, the PS4 Pro.
  • Apple issues warning over iPhone X 'burn

    Apple issues warning over iPhone X 'burn

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    Google has been taking some heat over the LG-manufactured OLED display used on the Pixel 2 XL smartphone, which was shown to suffer from screen burn-in problems , sometimes only with a few hours of use. It is important to note that Apple's iPhone X uses OLED panels from Samsung. Apple then lists ways to prolong the life of the display like updating iOS regularly, relying on auto-brightness, leaving the display off when it isn't in use and not letting static images dwell on the screen ...
  • Koenigsegg beats Bugatti to title of world's fastest auto

    Koenigsegg beats Bugatti to title of world's fastest auto

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    Which was no big deal, apparently, since Koenigsegg factory driver Niklas Lilja says he could've reached that speed a whole 2 seconds sooner "if he wanted to", according to our source. Koenigsegg announced Saturday night on its official tweeter page. The Agera RS is built around a lightweight carbon fiber and aluminum honeycomb monocoque structure and is powered by a 5-litre twin-turbo V8 that pelts out 1014kW and 1371Nm.
  • Morocco's Wydad Casablanca lift Africa football trophy

    Morocco's Wydad Casablanca lift Africa football trophy

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    It's the first time in 25 years that the Moroccans have won Africa's biggest club competition , replacing Mamelodi Sundowns as the new kings of the continent. Wydad went agonisingly close to breaking the deadlock on 30 minutes as El-Khadrouf struck the crossbar. Ismail Haddad might have added a second when he was teed-up from close-range, but this time Ahly keeper Sherif Ekramy made a fine stop.
  • OnePlus 5T Name, 3.5mm Headphone Jack Presence Officially Confirmed

    OnePlus 5T Name, 3.5mm Headphone Jack Presence Officially Confirmed

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    The company's CEO, Pete Lau, wrote a blog post on Thursday confirming that the rumored (and teased) device does exist, and it will also keep the headphone jack that most other flagship phones have abandoned. But there have been a number of leaks and they paint a fairly good picture of the OnePlus 5T. It is also likely to be backed by 6GB/8GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB internal storage.
  • Swedbank Increases Stake in NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA)

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    Ameriprise Financial Inc. now owns 5,720,631 shares of the computer hardware maker's stock valued at $827,110,000 after acquiring an additional 463,306 shares in the last quarter. Fuller Thaler Asset Mgmt owns 0.06% invested in NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) for 33,600 shares. Enterprise Value is calculated by taking the market capitalization plus debt, minority interest and preferred shares, minus total cash and cash equivalents.
  • [APK] Google Play Store update rolling out with version 8.3.75

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    However, when opened, it appears to download and run the real WhatsApp Android client albeit with adverts wrapped around it, making a fast buck for whichever miscreant produced this dodgy imitation. IANS checked it on the Play Store to find that the app has been downloaded by more than 5,000 times. Supposedly, all of Google's apps will considered system and will automatically receive any new updates .
  • Federal Agencies Deliver Blunt Report on Human-Caused Climate Change

    Federal Agencies Deliver Blunt Report on Human-Caused Climate Change

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    The heavily peer-reviewed report, following the last edition in 2014, is coordinated by NOAA, NASA, the Department of Energy, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the US Global Change Research Program. Heat waves, downpours and wildfires have become frequent. The assessment found that global temperatures had risen by 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit since 1900 and warned that sea levels could rise by eight feet by 2100, The Washington Post reports.