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The Soviet campaign will drop players into the Battle of Stalingrad as Russian Private Voronin of 150 Rifle Division who is also battling his way into Germany to take down the Reichstag. Activision officially dated Call of Duty: WWII's release as November 3rd, 2017 so you can start your countdowns now. Digital Spy reveals that "Call of Duty: WW2" will be developed by Sledgehammer Games, one of the three studios that Activision uses to produce annual installments of the franchise.
  • Galaxy Note 8 Concept Image Pops Up With A Dual Camera Setup

    Galaxy Note 8 Concept Image Pops Up With A Dual Camera Setup

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    However, as they're compatible with the S8 launcher , they may work with the S7 and S7 Edge too. Now that Samsung has finally taken the wraps off of its highly anticipated Galaxy S8, it's about time to pit Samsung's latest flagship smartphone with LG G6 Android smartphone.
  • Sachin Tendulkar wishes PV Sindhu after her India Open win

    Sachin Tendulkar wishes PV Sindhu after her India Open win

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    This is where the Spaniard is considered to be a unsafe opponent as she can change the tempo of the match at will. Out of the 10 occasions that both these superstars clashed, Sindhu has now won seven times . Sindhu, however, had a two points lead, 11-9, going into the break, and the match was set to be a thriller. The second game also saw Sindhu getting in the lead early, forcing Marin to play the catch-up game.
  • @usernames Won't Count Towards Your Tweet's 140 Characters

    @usernames Won't Count Towards Your Tweet's 140 Characters

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    But it's also really annoying sometimes, especially when you're trying to reply to someone - since Twitter's inception, usernames have counted against the limit. As it faces increased competition from the likes of Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat, Twitter will be hoping the move will encourage more users to post on the site.
  • Play Ms. Pacman now on real city streets with Google Maps

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    Pac-Man. Getting a head start on the fun, Google has placed Ms. Pac-Man on the Google Maps similar to what they did a year ago. After that, you'll be able to collect power pellets and run from ghosts up and down familiar streets. Game play is exactly as you expect, but swiping to turn up some of the streets can be tricky, especially when they don't line up just right. Google has a long history (relatively speaking) with Pac-Man.
  • Uber to end services in Denmark after three years

    Uber to end services in Denmark after three years

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    The brakes have been applied to the United States online cab-booking company Uber in Denmark. Pulling out of Denmark is big news and it seems money can't always buy you love.... Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news. Behind the decision by Uber to pull out of Denmark lies a deep and longstanding conflict about the regulation of working conditions for drivers, and the taxation of the profits earned in the transport sector.
  • The Facebook App Is Rolling Out Its Snapchat Copy Today

    The Facebook App Is Rolling Out Its Snapchat Copy Today

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    NEW YORK (AP) - Facebook is adding more Snapchat-like features to its app. You can now share stories with your Facebook friends and see what your friends have been up to for the past 24 hours. The photos and videos shared in Facebook Stories won't show in your general feed unless you share them there as well. In the main Facebook app (not messenger) there should be a bar with stories your friends have posted and an icon that says "Your story " along the top of your screen under ...
  • Launch, Land, Launch - SpaceX Tries Reusing Its Rocket

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    Brazil will also use the satellite for off-shore oil and gas exploration, SES said . Reusability makes a lot of sense - so why has it taken the aerospace industry so long to achieve? The first stage will attempt another drone ship landing in the Atlantic Ocean after takeoff, meaning this particular vehicle could see even more flight time in the future.
  • Egypt to Turn Lights off to Mark Earth Hour

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    At 8:30 p.m. local time, people are encouraged to go without lights for an hour. "Earth Hour is one small way we can highlight our commitment to implementing solutions that save money, improve operational efficiency and reduce emissions". PEOPLE are being urged to join United Kingdom landmarks and famous sites around the world as they switch off their lights for an hour on Saturday night to back action on climate change.
  • Nintendo Prefers Super Mario Run's Payment Model To Fire Emblem Heroes'

    Nintendo Prefers Super Mario Run's Payment Model To Fire Emblem Heroes'

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    In an interview with Time.com last month , Kimishima noted that Super Mario Run had been downloaded 78 million times, with "somewhere north" of 5% of people having paid for the full game. And yet, Nintendo has no trouble expressing distaste for the model, in spire of all the revenue that it is apparently generating. Another goal for Nintendo is to mine the potential synergy future apps could have with the new Switch console, where players pick up the app to get hooked, and are convinced to ...
  • How long do you think Google should wait between major Android releases?

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    Android O is aimed at becoming a great platform, which is why Google wanted to concentrate on giving developers enough time to test for compatibility, discover new features and send feedback. Under this new feature, users will be able to use certain apps over other apps. The next big feature are notification channels , effectively seeing an app's alerts get categorised.
  • United Nations deletes 'apartheid' report on Israel from website, top official resigns

    United Nations deletes 'apartheid' report on Israel from website, top official resigns

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    The Beirut-based commission slammed Israel's Law of Return, "conferring on Jews worldwide the right to enter Israel and obtain Israeli citizenship regardless of their countries of origin and whether or not they can show links to Israel-Palestine, while withholding any comparable right from Palestinians, including those with documented ancestral homes in the country", as a policy of "demographic engineering" meant to uphold Israel's status as the Jewish state.
  • Hyundai To Recall Almost 1 Million Sonata Cars In US

    Hyundai To Recall Almost 1 Million Sonata Cars In US

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    If the seat belt linkage detaches from the anchor pretensioner in a collision, the risk of injury to the occupant is increased. Hyundai has received at least two reports from owners about seatbelts detaching during collisions. Hyundai is recalling 977,778 of its Sonata vehicles over problems with its seat belt assembly. Hyundai doesn't want that either, hence its latest recall.
  • Amazon's Blue Origin rockets rekindle space race (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    Amazon's Blue Origin rockets rekindle space race (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

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    New Glenn is a follow-up program to Blue Origin's suborbital New Shepard launch system , a rocket and capsule created to fly payloads and passengers to about 62 miles above the planet. Arianespace, a French company, has launched half of Eutelsat's satellites. Seven BE 4 engines will be required to power one New Glenn rocket, which will be 23 feet in diameter and be as high as 313 feet, depending on the payload.
  • Apple's next iPhone could charge faster than before

    Apple's next iPhone could charge faster than before

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    First, there was an oddly-worded WSJ story that seemed to indicate that Apple was switching to USB-C (although we're not totally convinced about that), but now a respected analyst is claiming the Lightning port is staying but with a new trick.
  • Snap shares surge in IPO debut

    Snap shares surge in IPO debut

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    Twitter, for example, shot up almost 73 per cent on its first trading day and now trades well below its IPO price. Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy rang the opening bell and watched in absolute joy as their stock exploded. At the same time , it's important to take into account that technology companies are always trying on new things and working on experiments, but only a few of those projects actually make it to market.
  • Lakers, Jose Calderon exploring buyout

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    A spot on Golden State's star-studded roster wouldn't be the most glamorous role for the longtime National Basketball Association guard, but if Calderon wants to win a ring before his career comes to a close, he could do a lot worse than the Warriors.
  • ATP Marseille: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga outlasts Nick Kyrgios in three set win

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    The afro-ed French No. 1 player is predicted to climb from 11 to No. 7 on the ATP rankings. Fourth seed Pouille advanced to the tournament decider by defeating another of the local contingent in Richard Gasquet, 7-5, 6-3. After jumping out to a 5-0 lead in the second set, Gasquet won three straight to make a match of it, but Pouille served out the match on his second opportunity, clinching with a forehand volley into the open court.
  • Locals baffled as mysterious creature washes ashore in Philippines

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    The unidentified creature, measuring 6.3 metres long and two metres wide, was found on a beach in Barangay Poblacion, Cagadianao, on the Philippines' Dinagat Islands. The 1,000 meters converts to about 3,280 feet, which is a very deep and dark place beneath the ocean's surface. The "white-blob" some say maybe the carcass of a polar bear or another sea creature.
  • SpaceX cargo ship arrives at ISS

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    SpaceX has been forced to delay a shipment to the worldwide space station after a navigation error, the Associated Press reported Wednesday. "It did exactly what it was created to do, breaking out of a rendezvous approach when it saw an incorrect value", said NASA TV commentator Rob Navias.
  • Massive Number of Manatees Revealed in a New Survey

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    As conflicts have increased between panthers and humans, including a record 34 roadkill panthers a year ago and increasing reports of panthers killing cattle, the number of panthers has become an increasingly contentious issue. The future is looking up for Florida's manatee population. You can also purchase a subscription and have full access to the site. The news about the deaths and the population increases come as manatee advocates and biologists await the results of a U.S.