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Call of Duty first debuted way back in 2003, and it's been almost ten years since the series has been set in a World War II scenario. There's also "boots-on-the-ground" gameplay, where players can experience "run-and-gun" action with World War II-era weaponry, and there's the return of the Nazi Zombies survival mode, which first appeared in 2008's Call of Duty: World at War .
  • Reliance Jio Vs BSNL on data offers/data plans

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    Bharti Airtel, Vodafone, Idea- all of these are promoting their services. The company said that in terms of data usage it "has become the largest network globally" and plans to add 1 lakh mobile sites in coming months to double the network size.
  • Moto Z2 Play: Leaked Renders Reveal Specs, Design and June Release Date?

    Moto Z2 Play: Leaked Renders Reveal Specs, Design and June Release Date?

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    New reports suggests that Motorola will be releasing the latest Android update for Moto G4 Play in the month of June. Another set of images that leaked this morning claims to portray the Moto Z2 Play smartphone. The Moto Z2 Play will also make use of a Qualcomm processor, properly the Snapdragon 625. Lenovo's Moto Z Play was one of the most popular midrange smartphones of a year ago, and for good reason - it stuffed reasonably high-end hardware into a compact, affordable package.
  • Watch Justin Bieber Sing in Spanish During Concert in Puerto Rico

    Watch Justin Bieber Sing in Spanish During Concert in Puerto Rico

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    Bieber starts off the track singing lyrics in English then joins the two Latin superstars for the chorus, where he sings in Spanish for the first time-which has shocked fans around the world. He also shared the black-and-white cover art of the song, which shows him singing in the recording studio with the tattoo on his neck visible. Bieber , Fonsi (and Daddy Yankee ) have good reason to be happy.
  • Russia's antimonopoly watchdog, Google make settlement agreement

    Russia's antimonopoly watchdog, Google make settlement agreement

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    USA technology firm Google has agreed to pay 438 million rubles (nearly $8 million) in fines for antitrust violations in the Russian mobile applications market. Russian regulators first ruled Google's practices a violation of antitrust rules in fall of 2015. FAS says that Google will have to now allow third parties to include their own search engines into the choice window, and the company must develop an active "choice window" for the Chrome browser which will allow users to pick their ...
  • Nokia 6 Users Receiving Update to Android 7.1.1

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    The update began rolling out to Nokia 6 units over the weekend, so it might be available for most Nokia 6 units by now. The update is reported to be weighing in at 370MB and it will be coming with an updated enhanced power saving and background management.
  • Some Galaxy S8 Preorders Arriving with Surprise Freebie

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    The smartphones can be pre-ordered now at various US carriers. Pre-orders for Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's flagship Galaxy S8 smartphone have exceeded those of its predecessor S7, the firm's mobile chief said on Thursday, suggesting many consumers are unfazed by last year's Galaxy Note 7 fires.
  • YouTube Has A New Dark Mode: Here's How To Get It

    YouTube Has A New Dark Mode: Here's How To Get It

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    Open the developer tools sidebar by pressing the keyboard shortcut Option + Command + I on Mac, and Ctrl + Shift + I on Windows. "In the table that opens there should be a row named "VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE", double click the "value" cell and replace it with this code: fPQ4jCL6EiE then press enter ".
  • Google's new image search option will provide style tips similar to Pinterest

    Google's new image search option will provide style tips similar to Pinterest

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    Enthoven writes, "With style ideas, you can see real-life options of what bag and jeans look stellar with those red high heels you've been eyeing". While the company is at it, it has also introduced a new feature called "Style Ideas". This means that users now will be able to find product offerings that may suit their tastes. It's a neat new addition that should save you some time looking for fashion ideas, but I'd actually like to see it work the other way around too: It would be cool if we ...
  • Microsoft sets May 2 for (Surface-less?) NY event

    Microsoft sets May 2 for (Surface-less?) NY event

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    It's also possible Microsoft may take this opportunity to reveal the hardware design of its upcoming Xbox Project Scorpio, just ahead of its E3 event in June. This January, the company announced Intune for Education which is a cloud based application and device management service which offers easy setup and management in shared learning environments.
  • Mane pledges to return 'better than before' at Liverpool

    Mane pledges to return 'better than before' at Liverpool

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    However, the worst fears of Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp were subsequently realised and Mané will now see surgeon Andy Williams tomorrow in the capital. Klopp, speaking before Saturday's win at Stoke, also said Adam Lallana was "much better but is not in training" as the midfielder continues his recovery from a thigh injury suffered on England duty in March.
  • Merkel challenger wants Germany to back disarmament, not arms spending

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    President Barack Obama will visit Germany in May for his first official overseas appearance since leaving the White House. The two will participate in "Being Involved in Democracy: Taking on Responsibility Locally and Globally", which is sponsored by both the German Protestant Kirchentag and the Obama Foundation.
  • Facebook Messenger Now Supports Group Payments

    Facebook Messenger Now Supports Group Payments

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    Facebook today announced an interesting feature for its Messenger service today. Facebook suggests the new feature would be useful for groups where everyone is chipping in on a purchase - like a group gift - or are splitting a restaurant bill.
  • Nvidia debuts new Titan Xp top-end GPU, now with Mac support

    Nvidia debuts new Titan Xp top-end GPU, now with Mac support

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    Nvidia has quietly released the Titan Xp, an updated version of 2016's Pascal Titan X which was colloquially and soon confusingly referred to as the Titan XP. The card is available for sale now directly from Nvidia , and the company plans to release Mac-compatible drivers later this month . It also sports a 12 gigabyte GDDR5X RAM, which runs at 11.4 gigabits per second.
  • Netflix is looking for a thumbs-up as star ratings fade away

    Netflix is looking for a thumbs-up as star ratings fade away

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    An US court has rejected Facebook's challenge to quash the search warrants ordering it to hand over information of hundreds of accounts involved with a disability fraud case related to the 9/11 attacks. "To hold otherwise would be to impermissibly and judicially create a right to appeal in a criminal matter that has not been authorized by our legislature", Judge Leslie Stein wrote for the majority.
  • Tina Lawson Posts Pics From Beyonce& Jay Z's Wedding

    Tina Lawson Posts Pics From Beyonce& Jay Z's Wedding

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    Check out the fans celebrating Beyonce and Jay Z's wedding anniversary below. Bey has just released a new video and version of "Die With You" on husband Jay-Z's streaming service Tidal in honor of the milestone; she originally dropped the song there in 2015 to mark their seventh year .
  • Windows 10's growth has completely stalled

    Windows 10's growth has completely stalled

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    At the opposite pole, we have Windows 7 vastly commanding the market, with the newer Windows 10 coming in at a close second. Anyone with a licensed Windows 10 machine can download it a week ahead of the official release. "We are excited to offer new extensions with this update such as Ebates, Intel TrueKey, Read & Write, Ghostery, RoboForm, among others". This new update has new cool features and much more that can experience from 11 April.
  • Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey leaves Facebook

    Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey leaves Facebook

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    The revelation created turmoil within the Oculus group at Facebook and led to multiple female employees resigning, people familiar with the matter told Business Insider . In March 2014, Facebook announced it would buy his company Oculus VR for almost $2 billion, a move that spurred interest and investment in VR to the level we see today.
  • Nintendo Prefers Super Mario Run's Pricing Model over Fire Emblem: Heroes'

    Nintendo Prefers Super Mario Run's Pricing Model over Fire Emblem: Heroes'

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    Nintendo wants games that push mobile players to their consoles, and it seems like they think they'll find that success with games like Super Mario Run . However for Android , it's interesting that Nintendo didn't try to twist the game's revenue model. But Nintendo is sticking to its guns and has said that Fire Emblem Heroes is the "outlier", not Super Mario Run .
  • Disney boss reveals major details about the future of Star Wars

    Disney boss reveals major details about the future of Star Wars

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    You also can't have a Han Solo film without showing how his friendship with Chewbacca began. Is Iger implying that " Han Solo " isn't his real name? "Her performance remains as it is in 'VIII '". We thought we were past Star Wars blowing our minds. Meanwhile, Iger also shed some light on the upcoming Han Solo film, now filming in London and starring Alden Ehrenreich as the young pilot of the Millennium Falcon .
  • New Emoji to Be Released in Weeks

    New Emoji to Be Released in Weeks

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    Broccoli, a giraffe, gloves, and a woman breast feeding a baby are all included in a new set of 69 draft emoji released by for consideration, Tech Times reports . New food items include dumpling , cut of meat and pretzel . This is the latest step in a recent push to make emoji more gender inclusive, with pictograms of certain professions such as firefighter or doctor having only previously come in male form.
  • Airlines From Certain Countries To Ban Most Electronic Devices

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    Warn your clients: Royal Jordanian just banned all portable electronic devices for flights departing to and arriving from the United States from its cabins during flights. The airline tweeted and posted the announcement on Facebook. The new rules were laid out in an e-mail sent to airlines today by the US Transportation Safety Administration.
  • Nintendo to double Switch production

    Nintendo to double Switch production

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    Similarly, Amazon says that the Nintendo Switch stock will be back at Amazon on 31st of the March. According to a report from the Wall Street Journal , Nintendo intends to double how many units it produces . Speculation began when the official South Park Twitter page posted a tweet that mentioned the Nintendo Switch. The console is breaking sales records for Nintendo, posting the biggest numbers for any Nintendo console launch in various regions worldwide.
  • Andromeda won't be getting a Day One fix for animation complaints

    Andromeda won't be getting a Day One fix for animation complaints

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    Andromeda uses the same system employed for Mass Effect 3 , with the games multiplayer mode offering gamers the chance to buy in-game items using real world money. They will be able to play up to 10 hours of the video game starting on March 16. Kotaku reported before that Mass Effect Andromeda had some minor controversies at the start of the year.
  • Big No Man's Sky update out this week

    Big No Man's Sky update out this week

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    Hello Games, the developer behind No Man's Sky , revealed that it will release the Path Finder Update for the controversial space game later this week. According to some reports, dev gave the name Foundation because of the future update like the "Path Finder". This No Man's Sky Gameplay Walkthrough will include a Review, all Story Missions, all Cutscenes, Planets, Monsters, Ships, New Gameplay and the Ending of the Single Player by theRadBrad.
  • There's a secret message hidden in the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller

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    The Joy-Cons have run into some major problems of late, with many consumers and early-bird reviewers reporting about a common synchronization problem that has occurred with the controllers. It's called the Pro Controller , and it looks mostly like any other console controller: two handgrips, two joysticks, and a bunch of buttons for you to mix up.
  • Spotify Is Readying a Hi-Fi Music Streaming Tier

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    As pointed out by What Hi-Fi? in January, "market-leading Spotify and Apple Music, offer standard, lossy compression music streams, whether 256 kbps or 320 kbps, AAC, MP3 or Ogg Vorbis", while Deezer Elite and Qoboz opt for CD-quality lossless streams.
  • Michael Bisping to defend UFC belt against Georges St-Pierre

    Michael Bisping to defend UFC belt against Georges St-Pierre

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    Georges said he can make 155-pounds. No official date has been set yet, and GSP has to go through three months of USADA testing first, but it's on! St-Pierre is now 35-years-old, and it'll be over three years since his last appearance in the Octagon, when he left the sport as the Welterweight champ after defending his title and getting a split decision against Johny Hendricks in late 2013.
  • Nintendo Switch has its first portable-only game

    Nintendo Switch has its first portable-only game

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    The boxed version of the game appears to be huge and looks like it's heavy to carry. Nintendo, meanwhile, is pouring its resources into Switch , and has reportedly merged its development teams to focus squarely on its new system. Snipperclips will be available exclusively in the Nintendo eShop for $19.99. The Nintendo Switch launches wroldwide on March 3 with a starting price of $299.
  • Samsung increases transparency on donations amid scandal

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    Following the recent arrest of Samsung Electronics' vice chairman Jay Y. Lee, today the company has pledged to ramp up control for any future donations or financial support made to third-parties. Samsung also said on Friday it was unable to nominate a new outside director for vote at the March 24 annual shareholder meeting due to uncertain circumstances.
  • Berkshire Profit Advances 15% to $6.29 Billion on Investments

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    Yet Buffett said most stock investors are better off with low-priced index funds than paying higher fees to managers who often underperform. At year-end, that privilege would have delivered Berkshire a profit of $10.5 billion, Buffett wrote, noting that Berkshire can use its preferred shares to satisfy the $5 billion cost of exercising the warrant.
  • Dodge promises Challenger Demon will 'dominate' drag strips

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    Dubbed "Third Law", the 20-second clip showcases the car's suspension system and ends with a photo of the Demon doing a massive burnout at the drag strip. Rumours are usually backed up by insider reports and leaks for the Dodge Challenger Demon. Created to be highly competent in all drive modes and configurations, the SRT Demon is made to absolutely dominate in Drag Mode.
  • TPK to quit touch panel production for Apple Watch, say sources

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    Apple is reportedly planning to ship the third generation Apple Watch this fall, and it's getting a new touch surface. It looks like the Apple will go for a glass film touch solution instead. Thanks to a new report from Digitimes , we now have an idea - an extremely vague one, admittedly - of how Apple is approaching the Apple Watch Series 3.
  • Theo Walcott starts as striker vs Sutton United

    Theo Walcott starts as striker vs Sutton United

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    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admitted fifth-tier Sutton United were better than he expected in the Gunners' 2-0 FA Cup win on Monday, and said the artificial pitch at Gander Green Lane made things hard on his players. "What would Arsene Wenger say?!" It was a poor start as Sutton started well and were containing us with the Arsenal players taking their time getting used to the home sides artificial pitch.
  • LG G6's highlight is its 5.7-inch 'FullVision' QHD+ display

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    The large screen features an expanded top and bottom that allows users to view more information when surfing the web, or while reading e-books and provides a more immersive experience when users view videos or play games. Unlike a 16:9 display, the height of the display is exactly twice of the width, and in fact to be mathematically correct, it is a 2:1 aspect ratio. "The dimensions of the phone are ergonomically created to ensure maximum comfort and compatibility with existing and upcoming ...