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While few in number, this will ensure that users on Microsoft's OS don't feel left out and can join in on the latest mobile gaming craze. As you'd imagine there are plenty of terms and conditions around the offer, including the fact that the deal only applies to a single PC capable of running Windows 10.
  • Tim Tebow won't be speaking at the GOP convention

    Tim Tebow won't be speaking at the GOP convention

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    Some of the bound Republican delegates are still convinced that they will get to vote according to their conscience, hoping to prevent Donald Trump from becoming the Republican Party's nominee. "This is nothing but an assault and an affront on the delegates , who are the true grass roots of the party". That's short of even the 28-member threshold to register a minority opinion on the full convention floor next week.
  • Beijing dodges ASEAN rebuke over South China Sea row

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    Rival claimants have accused China of deftly forging alliances with smaller member countries like Laos, this year's host, and Cambodia through aid and loans to divide the once consensus-driven bloc. "Certainly, Cambodia's paralysis of ASEAN. hurts ASEAN's unity, cohesion, relevance and reputation", said Malcolm Cook , an analyst at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, a Singapore think-tank.
  • Sega vs. Nintendo: Battle of the retro consoles

    Sega vs. Nintendo: Battle of the retro consoles

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    Available in Europe this October from FunstockRetro , the Sega Mega Drive Classic (for those in North America, you know the Mega Drive as the Genesis) comes pre-loaded with 40 Mega Drive games, including Altered Beast , Golden Axe , Kid Chameleon , Sonic the Hedgehog and several of its sequels and spinoffs, and the first three Mortal Kombat games.
  • Short sellers flock to Nintendo as Pokemon aura fades

    Short sellers flock to Nintendo as Pokemon aura fades

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    The augmented reality game allows users to hunt Pokemon on their smartphones in real world locations. Don't worry. You did not miss a chance to capture any special or legendary Pokemon by not attending the Pokemon Go presentation on Sunday at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
  • Pokemon Go Still Has Easter Eggs That Have Not Been Found

    Pokemon Go Still Has Easter Eggs That Have Not Been Found

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    While there have been various theories about how to force turn Eevee into a specific evolution in "Pokemon GO", avid players of the augmented reality mobile game seem to have finally figured out a successful hack. Niantic Labs CEO John Hanke confirmed there was a way to control Eevee evolutions in Pokemon Go , confirming a long rumored Easter egg in the game.
  • Japan attractions warn on Pokemon Go

    Japan attractions warn on Pokemon Go

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    The most emphatic protest came from the Izumo-taisha shrine, considered the second most sacred in Japan , which banned the use of Pokemon Go within its premises on Friday, according to its website. Players of the game may go on hunting on a sunny day. Ahead of the highly-anticipated launch, the Japanese government had launched a campaign promoting safe play of this smartphone game after multiple incidents of injury or trespassing by people playing the game have been reported in several ...
  • New Google Nexus Marlin Smartphone Leaked

    New Google Nexus Marlin Smartphone Leaked

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    The first claimed real world photo of the HTC Marlin isn't going to be a huge design reveal, however, as all we can see if the display - if, of course, this is legitimately what we're looking at. Earlier rumors suggested it will be the same as featured on HTC 10. The front camera is expected to be 8MP and could feature the UltraPixel technology from HTC.
  • Facebook Mimics Snapchat Once More: The

    Facebook Mimics Snapchat Once More: The "Quick Updates" Feature

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    In the past, Facebook has repeatedly flirted with Snapchat-style functions, both in the form of test features on Messenger , and via its unsuccessful standalone apps, in particular Slingshot. A few months earlier, Facebook tried to buy Snapchat for $3 billion, which failed. The new feature is pretty much inspired by the IM app, Snapchat .
  • Did Trump Set Cruz Up to Fail?

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    And I think that's why he got the reaction that he did. I bet the answer is no. Cruz has many talents, but his best one may be knowing how to piss people off. "He could have said that as a loyal Republican he would support the nominee". "I don't think "vote your conscience" means 'vote for Hillary'". In the announcement on her website last month, she wrote , "If you ask me, there's nothing more incredible than a woman who's in charge of her own destiny-and working daily to make her dreams ...
  • Hundreds flee Santa Clarita wildfire

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    Some evacuations were lifted Saturday, but firefighters said they were watching the fire closely and could reinstate the orders. The quick moving Sand Fire broke out Friday about 2pm on northbound 14 Freeway in Santa Clarita, also known as Antelope Valley Freeway, 40 miles north of Los Angeles.
  • Windows 10 Insider build 14393.5 discovered, could be next cumulative update

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    Due to technical limitations, nearly 50 percent of the Windows Phone device lineup can not run Windows 10 Mobile that's why quite a lot of users have been left behind with this decision, Microsoft maintained. OMS works with System Center, but also can be purchased separately, according to Microsoft's OMS pricing page . The cumulative update for PC and Mobile mops up some more problems, and bumps the OS preview up to 14393.3.
  • Daughter Ivanka Trump, during GOP convention speech, raises issues father rarely mentions

    Daughter Ivanka Trump, during GOP convention speech, raises issues father rarely mentions

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    Trump, speaks during the final day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Thursday, July 21, 2016. She also talked about how Trump would help families. "And that's how he approaches any task that he undertakes". The #NeverTrump movement gained steam and the Republican establishment seemed poised to mount one last charge to sink the celebrity businessman's campaign.
  • Nasa releases first image of Juno orbit of Jupiter

    Nasa releases first image of Juno orbit of Jupiter

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    NASA administrator Charlie Bolden compared Juno's arrival to the US Independence Day as milestones in America's history. The camera is created to capture remarkable pictures of Jupiter's poles and cloud tops during its 20-month mission.
  • Hillary Clinton Picks Kaine as Vice Presidential Running Mate

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    In an email to her supporter, Clinton said Kaine is a lifelong fighter for progressive causes and one of the most qualified vice presidential candidates in the nations history. According to officials, Miami will be pivotal ahead of the Democratic National Convention slated to begin from July 25 as Kaine, 58, a fluent Spanish speaker, will introduce Clinton to Latino voters, a critical slice of the electorate in her quest to defeat rival Donald Trump .
  • Clinton expected to announce VP pick soon

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    Kaine's strong ties to politically important Virginia, as well as his foreign policy experience, put him over the top, according to a person close to the campaign, who insisted on anonymity because the person was not authorized to discuss the process publicly.
  • Beckham Tips Mourinho For Success At Man Utd

    Beckham Tips Mourinho For Success At Man Utd

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    He is aiming to play alongside captain Sergio Ramos in the heart of the Real defence this coming season. But speaking ahead of his participation at the Anniversary Games in London on Friday, the 29-year-old explained he is confident Mourinho can bring back the glory days of Alex Ferguson.
  • McDonald's joins 'Pokemon Go' craze hoping to catch the wave

    McDonald's joins 'Pokemon Go' craze hoping to catch the wave

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    For NTDOY shareholders, it's probably a good idea to take profits on your position now while expectations for the game remain extremely high. Construction machinery maker Komatsu rose 0.70 percent to 2,096 yen after it announced a deal to buy USA mining equipment firm Joy Global for about $2.9 billion.
  • Tenth-gen Accord spotted testing in the US

    Tenth-gen Accord spotted testing in the US

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    The premium sedan from Honda has been spotted for the first time, and it is going to get a lot of mechanical as well as aesthetic changes. Look for the new Accord to debut mid next year as a 2018 model. Courtesy of this platform , the new Civic has lost almost 30kg over its predecessor despite being significantly wider and longer. However, it is expected that the massive 3.5-litre V6 will no longer be available with the new one.
  • No Man's Sky is facing more legal issues

    No Man's Sky is facing more legal issues

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    Per a Business Insider report, Hello Games said they have plugged in the superformula into the game and were amazed by the results. Genicap is working on a project to create revolutionary software based on the superformula that can be used likewise by indies and the major game studios.
  • Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find any

    Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find any

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    Manalaysay presented the new results today at IDM2016, an global dark matter conference in Sheffield in the UK. However, there is a new Lux detector being developed. University of California, Berkeley physicist Daniel McKinsey says the team was both proud of the work and disappointed. This gave the researchers the capability to look for signals from dark matter that would be expected to produce only a few signals per century per kilogram of xenon, researchers said in the statement.
  • Japan warns on Pokemon GO safety as impatient gamers await launch

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    Pokemon Go hasn't released without bugs, but the main problems it's had are mostly server issues, as Nintendo and Niantic apparently vastly underestimated how many people would want to play the game. The phenomenal success of Pokemon Go - now available in 35 countries, the majority in Europe, and most recently in Canada - has triggered massive buying in Nintendo shares, surprising even some seasoned market players.
  • Asteroid that formed moon's Imbrium Basin may have been protoplanet-sized

    Asteroid that formed moon's Imbrium Basin may have been protoplanet-sized

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    Scientists investigated the area surrounding Mare Imbrium - Latin for "The Sea of Showers". The Imbrium crater measures more than 1,200km (750 miles) across. The key point is that the grooves made by these chunks aren't radial to the crater. The footage - along with the debris pattern from the impacts - allowed the team to calculate the asteroid's size.
  • Cruz barely mentions Trump - and is booed off RNC stage

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    Ted Cruz, vanquished presidential candidate, coughed up the name of the man who defeated him for the Republican nomination precisely once in his convention speech Wednesday night . Manafort on Wednesday said it wasn't him. Because Ted Cruz has decided that he knows better? "I can't move on, because you keep lying about it", Cuomo retorted.
  • New No Man's Sky Trailer Demonstrates 'Epic Space Battles'

    New No Man's Sky Trailer Demonstrates 'Epic Space Battles'

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    On a planet, players are equipped with a multi-tool to defend against deadly predator creatures and mine resources. What we see certainly looks very cool, though I imagine a lot of it might be contingent on the player happening upon other players, and attacking, or being attacked by, them.
  • Convention Yet to Provide Trump with General Election Pivot

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    Two of Trump's children testified to his character, casting him as a man undeterred by challenges. While he appeared at the Cleveland event only via video link to Trump Tower in NY, he could see his adult children were on the floor to announce the NY delegation vote that put him "over the top".
  • Microsoft's Azure, the Company's New Cash Cow

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    Server products and cloud services revenue was also up by 5% (8% in constant currency). Corporate versions of the Office 365 cloud-based productivity software saw revenue increase by 54 per cent, the Redmond, Washington-based company said.