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Monster Hunter World's March 22 update brings key changes to a number of Monster Hunter World's weapon types - only the Light Bowgun and Heavy Bowgun escape untouched. This voucher will be available for free in the PlayStation Store and Xbox Game Store, but it is a one-time use token, so please use it wisely. You can also now no longer be hit by fellow players' attacks while carving.
  • Find the best Samsung Galaxy S9+ deals here

    Find the best Samsung Galaxy S9+ deals here

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    This is also available on the Galaxy S9 , and it'll likely be Samsung's most popular feature this year. Samsung , this time, has listened to the complaints regarding the issue and placed the fingerprint sensor at a comfortable place, below the camera setup.
  • LG V30S ThinQ is announced

    LG V30S ThinQ is announced

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    The LG V30S ThinQ and the LG V30 measure 151.7 x 75.4mm and weigh 158g, though the V30S ThinQ is ever so slightly slimmer at 7.3mm compared to the V30's 7.6mm. As of now, there is no information about the pricing or the availability of the LG V30S ThinQ smartphones. The smartphone also comes with a new digital assistant, Voice AI, which, working with Google Assistant, takes out the need to go through menu options and allows direct selection of specific functions.
  • Nokia Unveils New Mid-Range Android Oreo Smartphones

    Nokia Unveils New Mid-Range Android Oreo Smartphones

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    HMD Global has today announced its next-generation of Nokia-branded smartphones at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 . With the new Nokia 8110 , HMD Global is continuing to bring back the nostalgic moments of older Nokia devices.
  • Geely eyes $9bn stake in Daimler

    Geely eyes $9bn stake in Daimler

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    The founder and owner of Geely - the company which has prestigious brands like Volvo , Polestar, Lynk & Co., and Lotus under it - has acquired a $9 billion stake in Daimler . "It will be an honour to support this unique team under the leadership of Dieter Zetsche in the future", said Li Shufu, chairman and owner of Zheijang Geely Holding Group.
  • Android Oreo (Go Edition) Smartphones Launching At MWC 2018

    Android Oreo (Go Edition) Smartphones Launching At MWC 2018

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    Currently, there's no phone running Android Oreo Go edition, but there are plans to release a handful in the near future. There's also the Android Go section to visit. So far, there's nothing much known about the kind of device Intex will add to the Go portfolio, but being an INR 2 ,000 smartphone, we don't expect much from it.
  • Next Falcon 9 Launch Delayed Until Feb 21

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    The Falcon 9's first stage set to launch with Paz previously flew on the Formosat 5 mission from Vandenberg in August 2017. As for the payload, the mission's main goal is to launch Paz, a satellite that'll capture Earth images for a bunch of countries, including, as mentioned, Spain.
  • Looks like we're all going to visit Paradise City again

    Looks like we're all going to visit Paradise City again

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    Burnout Paradise Remastered , an enhanced version of developer Criterion Games' classic open-world racing game, will launch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 16 for $39.99, publisher Electronic Arts announced today. Burnout Paradise's remaster was listed back in December on a Brazilian site and the Japanese release date and pricing were reported back in January.
  • Google 'View Image' Button Removed

    Google 'View Image' Button Removed

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    Google has released a series of tweets informing about the new process. Essentially people are saying that if you don't like this change by Google , it might be time to start using Bing. Google and Getty Images have now embarked on a multiyear global licencing partnership to solve this issue. According to commentators, Getty's complaint stemmed from how Google has made it too easy to lift material without attribution.
  • There's a new bug crashing iPhones

    There's a new bug crashing iPhones

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    When tested on third-party apps like Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger and Gmail, the bug was found to have affected all these applications soon after a message containing the faulty character was received. According to Axios , Apple is transforming its original software plans for this year to focus on addressing the performance and quality issues many users have been complaining about.
  • Empty your wallets: The Steam Lunar New Year sale has begun

    Empty your wallets: The Steam Lunar New Year sale has begun

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    We know from past Steam sales that recent game launches generally don't get discounts. Add these filters together, and it's now possible to quickly find an RPG you're interested in that's below a certain price threshold. That doesn't appear to be reflected in the quality of the price drops, however, as you can get some very nice deals right now. However, this feature is not available for games with multiple purchase options, such as deluxe or complete editions, in case a user accidentally ...
  • Heavy Winter Storms Expected Tonight Through Saturday Morning

    Heavy Winter Storms Expected Tonight Through Saturday Morning

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    The snow will persist into Friday morning. This is based on lighter snow totals now expected in our area. Volunteers with the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow reported nearly 2 inches of snow in Utica and Bloomfield Township. Just as a powerful storm finally passes through the Midwest, yet another is on its way to dump even more snow in that region as well as the Northeast.
  • Apple says DON'T fear about leaked source code - experts say DO

    Apple says DON'T fear about leaked source code - experts say DO

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    Mr Kays said that Apple has taken important steps to improve the protection of its products "so users of its latest devices don't need to be unduly concerned by the release of the iBoot firmware". A second security researcher also said they believe the code is real. The good news is that this leak could help the jailbreaking developers to have access to modifications in the deepest corners of the system, so it means we could tweak it some more! The code leaked onto GitHub claims to be ...
  • Stats Canada reports January unemployment rise in Victoria, Nanaimo and Canada

    Stats Canada reports January unemployment rise in Victoria, Nanaimo and Canada

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    BMO chief economist Douglas Porter noted it was the first setback for jobs in Canada's job market in 16 months and Ontario was especially hard hit. "The data itself, when you look in the weeds, does not suggest that the minimum-wage hike in Ontario is the cause of the weakness", said Frances Donald, senior economist with Manulife Asset Management.
  • Steve Bannon will not testify before House committee in Russian Federation probe

    Steve Bannon will not testify before House committee in Russian Federation probe

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    Conway's office said the committee itself - which is investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election - had chose to delay the interview with Bannon. Moscow has denied meddling in the US presidential election, and Trump denied any collusion between his associates and Moscow. Bannon's lawyer has been negotiating with the committee and the White House about the interview's terms.
  • 2-year-old found frozen to death on porch

    2-year-old found frozen to death on porch

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    She's not responding to me! No charges have yet been filed over the incident. Akron police said around 3:30 Friday afternoon, they were called to the apartment on Doty Drive. "You're doing well", the dispatcher told her. "Keep going". Asked how long the toddler had been out there, she replied, "I have no idea!" "You're gonna carefully tilt the head back", said the dispatcher, trying to give mouth-to-mouth resuscitation instruction.
  • The ozone layer continues to thin

    The ozone layer continues to thin

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    It is clear from Antarctic data that the ozone layer is beginning to recover where it was worst affected, though it will take many more decades before it is back to its condition of the 1970s. These substances contain chlorine and bromine which destroy the layer presented in the lower stratosphere. An global research team says the ozone, which protects humans and other species from harmful ultraviolet radiation, is continuing to recover at the poles.