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The only answer for more copies of Zelda being sold than units of the Switch is fans are buying gear and games before they buy the Switch. To date, 925,000 units of Zelda Breath of the Wild has been sold by different retailers. After the flopping of the Wii U, the Nintendo Switch is a great comeback for Nintendo. Nintendo said that was because some users bought both a limited edition of the game and another version.
  • The new BMW M4 CS

    The new BMW M4 CS

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    CS-badged M cars are positioned above the existing range of standard M models but below the ultra-low-volume stripped-out GTS specials typically launched towards the end of the life of selected models. The CS rolls on semi-slick Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tyres: 265/35 R19s upfront and 285/30 R20s at the back. The new M4 CS is available in exterior color options of Lime Rock Grey metallic, Alpine White, San Marino Blue metallic, Sapphire Black metallic and Frozen Dark Blue II.
  • Facebook's Zuckerberg vows to help prevent repeat of Cleveland murder posting

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    The technology giant's chief executive said "our hearts go out to the friends and family" of Godwin, who was shot dead by Steve Stephens in the USA city of Cleveland in Sunday in an apparent random killing. In 2014, Facebook acquired its Oculus virtual reality goggles unit for $2 billion, although that division is a long way from making a mass-market product or contributing significantly to the company's earnings.
  • Facebook F8 217 - Facebook Spaces, Facebook Gameroom And More

    Facebook F8 217 - Facebook Spaces, Facebook Gameroom And More

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    Facebook mentioned it would be expanding bots to work in group chats a while ago, and since then we haven't seen that actually happen. This is rolling out slowly to people in the USA starting today. The company will reveal its newest technology, which could include virtual reality, and upgrades to its services, like Messenger. The conference will have over 45 sessions and the CEO is expected to make another keynote address tomorrow.
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ launching in India tomorrow

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    The Samsung Galaxy S8 features a 5.8-inch QHD+ (1440x2960 pixels) Super AMOLED display while the Galaxy S8+ sports a 6.2-inch QHD+ (1440x2960 pixels) Super AMOLED display. It has 64 GB internal memory and 4 GB RAM. The camera has the features of image recording, touch focus, face/smile detection, Auto HDR, panorama. Galaxy S8 comes with a 3,000 mAh battery, while the Galaxy S8 Plus is fitted with 3,500 mAh battery pack.
  • Facebook bets big on AR at its F8 developer conference

    Facebook bets big on AR at its F8 developer conference

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    Facebook is using its new camera tools to launch its own augmented reality platform. Facebook's efforts to embed camera functionality in all the apps it runs isn't just a push to crush Snapchat . "This is going into glasses we all want, and this is another step on the path". And we have a lot more to do here, and we're reminded of this this week by the tragedy in Cleveland.
  • Sebastian Vettel wins Bahrain GP, Hamilton comes second

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    Vettel won in Australia, finished second to Hamilton in China and was then first again in Bahrain - a race he won with Red Bull in 2012 and 2013. It was his 11th podium. Valtteri Bottas says despite Mercedes holding an advantage in qualifying trim he feels Ferrari now have the stronger race pace, but has warned it could all change next time out in Russian Federation.
  • Answers demanded after United passenger dragged off plane

    Answers demanded after United passenger dragged off plane

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    Delta's move comes as United Airlines struggles to recover from images of a passenger's forced removal from a sold-out flight. David Dao's brutal treatment led to a concussion, a broken nose and lost teeth, and sparked global outrage after videos online showed airport law enforcement forcibly removing him from his seat and dragging him down the aisle.
  • The Switch Is Nintendo's Fastest-Selling Console In The US Ever

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    Even Super Mario 64-one of only two games that launched with the Nintendo 64 in the United States in 1996-didn't outsell its own console hardware in its debut (The best numbers we could find suggest 300,000 Super Mario 64 cartridges sold for 350,000 Nintendo 64 consoles in the system's opening weekend).
  • Google Wifi is facing more connection problems

    Google Wifi is facing more connection problems

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    It's been discovered recently that the recent build (9202.35.8) of Google WiFi appears to be causing issues for some users. As pointed out by Android Police , the users who're facing issues with their Google WiFi will notice that the circular ring of light on the device will be stuck at blue.