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Despite that, they were not actually able to interact in any way or even see each other. We know multiplayer was a planned feature for No Man's Sky , with it being downplayed so close to launch that limited edition copies of the game had a multiplayer logo covered up by a sticker.
  • Microsoft's Latest Layoff Hits 3000 In Sales And Customer Support

    Microsoft's Latest Layoff Hits 3000 In Sales And Customer Support

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    The company today acknowledged the move, reported last week by the Puget Sound Business Journal and confirmed today by CNBC . After about a week of speculations , Microsoft has confirmed that there will be major reorganisation at the company, including thousands of layoffs , reports CNBC .
  • Microsoft may lay off thousands as it shifts focus to cloud services

    Microsoft may lay off thousands as it shifts focus to cloud services

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    The source added an announcement would be forthcoming this week. Microsoft has reportedly confirmed that it will be reorganising its sales and marketing teams but has not addressed claims that "thousands" of jobs could be axed. Over the weekend, the Puget Sound Business Journal and The Seattle Times confirmed massive layoffs as Microsoft focuses on cloud services within its sales teams.
  • Pakistan, US strategic allies since long: PM Nawaz

    Pakistan, US strategic allies since long: PM Nawaz

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    Senator John McCain affirmed that peace in Afghanistan or elsewhere in the region is not possible without the involvement of Pakistan. McCain said "close co-operation between the USA and Pakistan was essential for securing peace and stability in the region" at the meeting with Sharif and other top Pakistani officials in Islamabad , according to a statement from the prime minister's office.
  • Marine Le Pen Charged over Parliamentary Funding Scandal

    Marine Le Pen Charged over Parliamentary Funding Scandal

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    The National Front has denied the allegations. France's far-right figurehead Marine Le Pen has been placed under formal investigation over alleged misuse of funds. Since then, Le Pen has maintained her innocence and said that she would cooperate fully with any investigation once the election had concluded. Her estranged father and FN party founder Jean-Marie Le Pen is also under investigation.
  • China's Geely now owns 49.9% of Proton

    China's Geely now owns 49.9% of Proton

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    The signing ceremony held today, was also witnessed by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, Chinese Ambassador to Malaysia Huang Huikang, Minister of Finance II Datuk Seri Johari Abdul Ghani, Second Minister of International Trade Datuk Seri Ong Ka Chuan, Prime Minister's Special Envoy to China Tan Sri Ong Ka Ting and Geely's President An Conghui.
  • Taylor Swift to Spotify: You belong with me

    Taylor Swift to Spotify: You belong with me

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    In addition, her music is available on both Spotify's premium and ad-supported tiers. Well, something tells me she'll also find this Machiavellian move by Swift as equally as messed up. She added, "Also, a lot of people were suggesting to me that I try putting new music on Spotify with 'Shake It Off, ' and so I was open-minded about it".
  • Google for Jobs Could Save You Time on Your Next Job Search

    Google for Jobs Could Save You Time on Your Next Job Search

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    Google plans to keep adding new job sites to the system over time. With job postings scattered across the web, newspapers and help wanted signs, it's not always easy to find ones that are a good fit based on your unique needs and skills. The search result will also provide the ratings of the company. Google is in the process of making Search even handier for job hunters, which really is a godsend in the current employers market that we're in.
  • E3 2017 - Metroid: Samus Returns remake for Nintendo 3DS

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    Metroid II has always been the series' black sheep (at least, until Other M came along), and a game that fans wanted to see live up to its potential. Are you excited about Metroid: Samus Returns? Metroid Prime 4 is coming to Nintendo Switch. While Nintendo is mainly known for more colorful and cheerful titles, the Metroid Prime games have always been far maturer.
  • God Of War Doles Out Dragons, Brutal Beatdowns, And A Release Window

    God Of War Doles Out Dragons, Brutal Beatdowns, And A Release Window

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    Check out the trailer for yourself below, and let us know what you think. God of War will be a PS4 exclusive and will launch in early 2018. We'll slap the trailer in here as soon as it appears on PlayStation's YouTube channel. This God of War reboot, from Sony's Santa Monica Studio, was first announced at the company's E3 press conference a year ago. No, it's not a full release date, but at least we've got an idea now.
  • Apple squelches commitment critics with new iMacs

    Apple squelches commitment critics with new iMacs

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    In essence, the iMac Pro is meant to replace the dustbin-shaped Mac Pro that Apple launched in 2013 and quickly forgot about afterwards. The iMac range now starts at Rs. Upcoming OS to support peer-to-peer payments via new Pay Cash feature, putting Apple in competition with PayPal, Square Cash and Venmo. Now the iMacs are great machines but they have never been considered as professional workstation replacement, until now.
  • Mysterious Neill Blomkamp Project Oats Studio Has Its First Trailer

    Mysterious Neill Blomkamp Project Oats Studio Has Its First Trailer

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    I honestly feel that Blomkamp is one of the most engaging sci-fi directors working today, so seeing this trailer brings me nothing but joy. Director, producer, and screenwriter Neill Blomkamp ( District 9 , Elysium , Chappie ) has a new venture, Oats Studios , that's aiming to release short experimental films on platforms like YouTube and Steam .
  • Sony finally ends PS3 production in Japan

    Sony finally ends PS3 production in Japan

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    This end to shipments of the PS3 in Japan marks a significant finale to the popular run of the console in Sony's home country since it's release in 2006. Instead of the usual six free games it looks like they limited it to just two but chose to go for some measure of quality over quantity. Sony has not revealed any details about the rumored Vita successor being called PlayStation Vita 2.
  • Computex: AMD unveils 16-core Ryzen 9 1998X 'Threadripper' and X399 platform

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    Lisa Su said, "We celebrate 30 years of AMD in Taiwan at Computex this year with great momentum around our new high-performance computing and graphics products". The Radeon RX Vega, which is more geared toward gaming workloads, is expected to launch at SIGGRAPH 2017 in Los Angeles later this year. Most of what was known officially about Threadripper was confirmed, with the release of 16-core 32-thread CPUs being the headline chips, running on a new X399 chipset platform, using a new socket ...
  • Can Google make virtual reality less lonely?

    Can Google make virtual reality less lonely?

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    In addition it revealed that Samsung's new Galaxy S8 devices will now work with Google's budget Daydream headset. In order to do this, the standalone Daydream VR headset will have everything that a user would need built into it. "The hardware is fully optimised for VR, and features a new headset tracking technology called WorldSense". While it has largely tried to deliver on the content bit, the devices have been lacking, mostly.
  • Nicky Hayden Suffers Serious Cerebral Damage, Report Says

    Nicky Hayden Suffers Serious Cerebral Damage, Report Says

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    Nicky Hayden was the 2006 World Champion with Honda, beating Sprint Valentino Rossi. "Following the incident, Nicky was treated on site by medical staff and then taken by ambulance to a hospital near Rimini for immediate treatment", Red Bull Honda said in a statement .
  • How to avoid the ransomware attack

    How to avoid the ransomware attack

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    The Japan Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center, a nonprofit group, said 2,000 computers at 600 locations in Japan were affected. Microsoft blamed the US government for "stockpiling" software code that was used by unknown hackers to launch the attacks.