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At the same time, you'll be able to grab Fallout 4 and the Season Pass at discounts up to 67 percent off on Steam, PSN, and Xbox Live. But for PC and Xbox One gamers, this weekend is a nice chance to experience a small taste of the massive game and perhaps pick it up at a discount if you decide you really need to see what all the hype was about - a few years later, but still.
  • Police release name of Manchester bomber

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    Police asked for back up from the army, she said . But seeing the images from last night takes away that feeling. Saffie Roussos , 8, died in the Manchester concert terror attack. "My thoughts are with the families and friends of the victims". The government Tuesday night raised the threat to "critical", its highest level, following an emergency Cabinet session.
  • China Downgraded by Moody's As Debt Increases

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    Moody's said that it had downgraded China's long-term local currency and foreign currency issuer ratings to A1 from Aa3 and changed the outlook to stable from negative. But the country's economy has picked up since the second half of 2016, with its GDP growth reaching 6.9 per cent in the first quarter of this year. On currency markets, the yuan traded marginally lower against the United States dollar , while the Australian dollar , which is often seen as reflecting China's ...
  • Election campaigning on hold after Manchester attack

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    Asked about reports that Abedi had recently returned from Libya, Rudd said she believed that had now been confirmed. France's interior minister said Abedi is believed to have traveled to Syria and had "proven" links with the Islamic State group.
  • Scientists Confirm Existence Of Seventh Planet Around TRAPPIST-1

    Scientists Confirm Existence Of Seventh Planet Around TRAPPIST-1

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    Through extensive studies of the planets and their orbits, NASA astronomers were also able to determine that six of the innermost planets in the TRAPPIST-1 system moved in a particular pattern. The " complex but predictable pattern" takes place once the planets "exert a regular, periodic gravitational tug on each other as they orbit their star".
  • Why President Trump touched a glowing orb in Saudi Arabia

    Why President Trump touched a glowing orb in Saudi Arabia

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    Jon Alterman, a senior vice president at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said Iran's willingness to meddle in the Middle East also requires Trump to consider this: "How do you escape a dynamic whereby Iran keeps doing cheap, asymmetrical things that force you to do expensive things?" Mr Rouhani also said Iran would continue its ballistic missile programme, which has been heavily criticised by the Trump administration.
  • Samsung Pay Now Available On Gear S2 & Gear S3 In The UK

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    Some of the features in the software update for the Samsung Gear S3 include some new data and music complications to some watch faces and more. The change isn't just aesthetic though. You can buy the 360-degree cam for a low price of $49 if you order between the given dates. This promotion lasts until June 19, and is only available through Samsung's website .
  • Graco recalls car seats; webbing may not hold child in crash

    Graco recalls car seats; webbing may not hold child in crash

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    The model numbers affected are: 1871689, 1908152, 1813074, 1872691, 1853478, 1877535, 1813015, and 1794334. "A child that is not adequately restrained in a crash has an increased risk of an injury", the recall stated . "During a test of the individual harness restraint component, the webbing on certain My Ride 65 convertible auto seats did not meet federal requirements for breaking strength".
  • Scientists May Now Know How Whales Got So Big

    Scientists May Now Know How Whales Got So Big

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    But he provided a solution himself recently, when he established that the width of the skull was a reliable indicator of the overall body size of a whale . Goldbogen and his team determined that baleen started evolving into their current shape some 20 million years ago. "We live in a time of giants", Goldbogen said.
  • Colin Kaepernick visiting with Seahawks

    Colin Kaepernick visiting with Seahawks

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    The Seahawks, clearly not looking to challenge Russell Wilson at the starting position, must be intrigued by the athletic and experienced Kaepernick. However, Seattle head coach Pete Carroll has fostered an environment in which players are given freedom to be themselves. During the 2016-2017 season Kaepernick led a movement among professional and amateur athletes to sit out pre-game performances of "The Star-Spangled Banner".
  • WannaCry invasion preventable with patch, security updates, says Kaspersky Lab

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    All businesses should have a breach response plan in place before an attack occurs, especially in the event of a ransomware attack that paralyzes internal systems and blocks access to data until a ransom is paid. As a result, the WannaCry ransomware worm was able to use the SMB flaw to spread quickly throughout organizations. A loose-knit team of security researchers scattered across the globe said they had collaborated to develop a workaround to unlock the encryption key for files ...