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Australia Bans, Then Un-Bans Outlast 2

The Australian Classification Board stated in its report last week that it had strong concerns about multiple scenes involving the game's main character, Blake, where sexual violence is implied. New Game Plus, an Australian gaming site, spotted the news along with the newly implemented R18+ classification over on the Australian government website .

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SC to hear Babri Masjid demolition case today

However, an official and a Hindu priest were given charge to look after the place. Senior advocate K K Venugupal, appearing for the BJP leaders, wanted the case listed after four weeks to enable them to file some documents, while the counsel for late Haji sought a week's time to submit a report on the status of the case in the two trial courts.

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Apple is considering iPhone laptop dock designs

Apple's patent application , which was originally filed in September, was published by the US Patent and Trademark Office. The patent said such a dock accessory could also include its own GPU, which could help boost the graphical abilities of an iOS device that is attached to it.

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DirecTV Now to Give New Subscribers Free Year of HBO

But, both these packages are the costliest ones that are mentioned on the company's website. You do not have much time to decide if you should make the DirecTV Now switch - AT&T says the deal will end on March 30, according to Deadline .

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Nike declines; sales slowdown scrutinized

Three analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, twelve have issued a hold rating, twenty-two have issued a buy rating and one has given a strong buy rating to the stock. Revenue rose 5 percent to $8.43 billion in the quarter, versus the average estimate of $8.47 billion, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Nike had a net margin of 11.60% and a return on equity of 31.70%.

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Rocket League's next update delivers a new way to play the game

One thing's for sure, Dropshot is the craziest of them all. More news about " Rocket League " should be made available in the near future. The new game mode is one of Rocket League's non-traditional update and is considered to be the craziest according to GameSpot .

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Most of Arkansas at risk for severe weather Friday, forecasters say

Cloud cover gradually thickens through the day Saturday , but it will be warmer with highs in the lower 70s. But the threat for widespread severe weather is very low. Stronger winds from the southeast between 10 and 20 miles per hour (with high gusts) are likely. Highs will reach the 60s this weekend. If you stay up late on Sunday's , you might see some rain; showers and storms return as early as Sunday night.

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'Mass Effect: Andromeda' APEX Missions: First Multiplayer Story Event Available Now

Asked about a patch to fix the issues plaguing Mass Effect Andromeda, Lead Designer Ian S. Frazier revealed that the team is looking at patching numerous issues plaguing the game and that they're planning to support the game strongly moving forward.

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Stifel Nicolaus downgraded General Mills, Inc

The Relative Strength Index (RSI), developed by J. Welles Wilder, is a momentum oscillator that calculates the speed and change of price movements. Usually the RSI is considered overbought when above 70 and oversold when less than 30. Last year, it had about $152.29 million of revenue. The Moving Average SMA50 is -4% while SMA200 is -7.88%. There are advantages to using a moving average in your trading, as well options on what type of moving average to use.

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Capcom Unveils Certain Scrapped Features For Resident Evil 7

Check it out right here. Although the first-person perspective was a move away from the action-packed entries preceding it, Resident Evil VII was very much a way for the team at Capcom to return to the staight-up horror roots of the series.

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German Scientists Launch World's Largest Artificial Sun

But in a huge cinema there would be one lamp. With 149 high-powered lamps, the Synlight system produces light about 10,000 times the intensity of natural sunlight on the Earth's surface. In theory, that process could supply a constant and affordable source of liquid hydrogen fuel-something that clean energy researchers continue to lust after, because it creates no carbon emissions when burned.

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Apple patent turns iPhone into a full-blown laptop

Apple's patent application was filed back in Q3 2016. What's more interesting is that the device will "solely be controlled by the electronic host device", which in this case can may be alluding to an iPhone. In the document, a design of iPad dock has also been put forward by Apple, which you can see in the image below. iPad will become the screen with a regular multi-touch pad situated in the palm rest area below the keyboard.

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Scientists capture first-ever evidence of landslide on a comet

Images from five days later showed that the face of the Aswan cliff had collapsed, thus revealing the materials beneath which caused the landslides. The collapse of the dark organic material coating the cliff face revealed that pristine water ice lies beneath the comet's surface, the scientists say .

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WikiLeaks Details CIA Hacking Tools for Macs, iPhones

WikiLeaks has pledged to disclose all the Vault 7 vulnerabilities to the relevant companies for patching, but the group has been slow to fulfill that promise, reportedly requiring a series of conditions before the bugs can be disclosed.

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Samsung shows off new concept Gear S3 watches at Baselworld 2017

Baselworld is one of the biggest, if not the biggest watch events of the year and this year, Samsung have made their appearance and made their mark with their stunning variants. Among these colorful new watch faces are a pair of pocket watches, which have turned a lot of heads by virtue of the fact that they don't do the one thing people want from a smartwatch: attach to the user's wrist.

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Sperm problems? Smartphone device could screen for infertility

The researchers tested the device on 350 semen samples, and were able to assess sperm with 98 percent accuracy. His team's new approach aims to change that with a simple and low-priced at-home test option. The latest study of a new at-home test kit, published today in Science Translational Medicine , found that even untrained users were able to measure sperm count and concentration as well as motility (the percentage of actively moving sperm), detecting abnormal semen with 97 percent ...

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Most-Patched Android Phones In 2016: Google's Latest Security Report

Letting manufacturers do basically whatever they want with the platform helped Android reach many more people than it might have otherwise, but it also means that Google's security updates only matter to consumers if their particular manufacturer or carrier decides to distribute them.

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The Republican-Controlled Senate Votes To Strip Internet Privacy Rules

The vote to remove the Broadband Consumer Privacy Rules using the Congressional Review Act (CRA) passed on a 50-48 vote that fell primarily on party lines. Restrictions on ISP data sharing and use lauded by privacy advocates and bemoaned by ad industry trade groups just got even closer to kaput. "This is an important victory for all who benefit from the data-driven marketing economy, including tens of thousands of businesses and nonprofit organizations and hundreds of millions of ...

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Adele Pays Tribute to London Attack Victims

Dedicating her song Make You Feel My Love to London, she added: 'It's very unusual not being home, all I want to do today is be at home and be with my friends and family. In Brisbane, meanwhile, Adele's two concerts attracted a combined crowd of 120,000 - which is a record for music events in the city. Those numbers place Adele's Live 2017 near the top of Australia's biggest tours of the past decade and puts her in the conversation for the all-time blockbuster tours to visit this ...

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Tesla is killing off its cheapest auto

Now, the auto manufacturer is reportedly in the process of building production-level prototypes for its upcoming lower-priced vehicle, the Model 3. To paraphrase William Carlos Williams: So much depends on Tesla's (TSLA) Model 3...maybe even a red one.

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Solar-powered skin could achieve higher transplant sensitivity

Graphene's transparency allows around 98 percent of the light that strikes its surface to pass through it. And although now energy generated by the skin can not be stored, the team are already looking into ways to divert unused energy into batteries, allowing the energy to be used as and when it is required.

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Body of drowned medical doctor recovered

The General Manager of Lagos State Waterways Authority, LASWA, Bisola Kamson, confirmed on Wednesday that the tidal waves aided the body recovery. "His body has been taken to the mortuary where an autopsy will also be conducted to aid our investigation".

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2016 budget deficit: Reps approves Buhari's $500m loan request

The Deputy President of the Senate, Ike Ekweremadu, who presided over the session, put the request to voice vote and it was granted. It would be recalled that the Presidency had in February sought the approval of the National Assembly to raise an additional $500 million eurobond from the worldwide capital market.

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San Jose Regional: Breaking down Arizona-Xavier

The coaches: Xavier's Chris Mack has won at least 20 games seven of his eighth seasons, but to get there this season he had to shepherd his team to five wins in its past six games after a six-game losing streak. And as Arizona's top defender, Allen likely will be tasked with stopping Bluiett. It's not uncommon to see Miller frantically pacing the sidelines as he did throughout that 65-55 first-round loss to 11th-seeded Wichita State.

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China Overtakes Japan to Become One of South Korea's Least Liked Countries

Earlier this month, the North successfully fired four missiles simultaneously in Japan's direction. But one possibility is that this was a Musudan missile, which has an estimated range of 3,000km. The lone successful test previous year, in June, prompted Kim's pronouncement that it has " the sure capability to attack " US targets in the Pacific.

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LG Pay mobile payment service launching this June in South Korea

Both are widely available in several countries, with Samsung Pay coming to India just this week. Currently, seven local credit cards companies agreed to provide digital wallet services through LG Pay and one is in talks, said LG Electronics.

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Wreckage of Coastguard helicopter located off Ireland's west coast

The Naval Service diving team is hoping sea conditions will have eased by early Friday morning to allow pairs of divers to inspect the wreckage of the Sikorsky S-92 helicopter and confirm if the bodies of three missing airmen are with it. The wreck was found close to where a signal from the helicopter's black box recorder was detected last week. The underwater robot was deployed from the Commissioner of Irish Lights vessel, the Granuaile .

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Electronics banned on some flights from Middle East, North Africa to US

Soon, passengers on flights from some Muslim majority countries will be forced to store large electronic devices in checked baggage, not in the cabin if they're going to the United States. Yes. There are four direct daily flights and two three-times-a-week flights to LAX from these countries. Today, Turkey filed a formal complaint, asking the electronics ban be lifted from flights leaving its airports.

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Destiny 2 poster leaked online

The poster also indicates that Sony and Activision are working together again in some sort of partnership, with the first step being a Destiny 2 beta coming first to the PS4 prior to release on Xbox One and PC. It mentions the release date at the top, as well as confirm that a beta will take place. It's not much, but here's your first look at the marketing materials for Destiny 2 , a video game that we will no doubt come up with all sorts of pithy ways to describe over the next few years.

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Mars Volcanoes, Dinosaurs on earth extinct 50 million years ago

When Arsia Mons was active it used to produce a lava flow at its summit once every 1 to 3 million years. Until now, it's been hard to make a precise estimate of when this volcanic field was active. Researchers needed high-resolution imaging, and chose to use the NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter's camera. Richardson and his team developed a new computer model that combined two types of information available: the stratigraphy of the lava flows and ages of the flows by crater counting.

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How the Kea bird is making everyone giggle

Schwing told National Geographic in an email that in many instances, the birds started to play immediately after hearing the call. Among the many sounds this parrot makes, there's the so-called "play call" - a warbling sound which announces other keas that this parrot is in a playful food and induces other birds to join in on all the fun.

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Pixel C just got updated with Pixel launcher, multi-tasking and more

The 7.1.2 update has started seeding to eligible devices that have signed up to Android Beta Program. Users can download the official ROM from Google Server itself. Multiple notifications from the same app will be clubbed and users can actually customise how they want to see the notifications based on app preferences.

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LeBron James believes National Basketball Association rest debate blew up only because he's involved

Smith & Tristan Thompson filling out their starting lineup; a pretty strong lineup and one Denver doesn't surpass off pure numbers. However, if the Cavaliers played in the West, they would be the fourth-best team, leading to a first-round matchup with the Utah Jazz (3.57 SRS), giving them less than a one-point edge on a neutral court.

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China-Australia trade recorded at $107.8 bln past year

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten also spoke during the lunch and urged China to play a critical role in the region. 'We got this great friendship, this great economic opportunity, and I would really be focusing on that economic opportunity, and hopefully that is what comes from this visit'.

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Porsche 911 range updated: more power and tech

Picking the power pack also brings an added brake cooling system, unique twin-central sports exhaust and a Sport Chrono package normally priced at $3890 alone - incorporating dynamic engine mounts, launch control, analogue and digital stopwatch, an extra steering wheel dial with additional Sport Plus mode, throttle-blip downshifting in Sport and Sport Plus, and a performance display with shift indicator.


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