• Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is already up for grabs in Australia

    Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is already up for grabs in Australia

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    Fans were very excited, but Nintendo didn't give any info about the game for a long time. Players are in charge of a campground which you can decorate with crafted furniture. The only major difference between the current mobile version of the game and its previous renditions is that the current version for iOS and Android comes with micro-transactions to make the gameplay more exciting.
  • Smile! iPhone Camera Revealed to Be Capable of Spying on Owners

    Smile! iPhone Camera Revealed to Be Capable of Spying on Owners

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    GE will also benefit from access to over 13 million programmers who already have experience building iOS apps for the company's mobile platform. "Again, this is not a bug or something you should be too anxious about". As advice on how to avoid this, Felix suggested people could get camera covers for their iPhones - he didn't mention microphones- or they could go into their settings and revoke all the necessary access granted to their apps.
  • NRL match-fixing investigation dropped despite worrying findings

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    Detective Superintendent Scott Cook thanked the NRL and the players for their transparency over the last few months. Greenberg said the NRL had not been provided the names of players involved by the police. The 2015 round 16 match between Manly and Souths was under investigation. "It's very positive news to hear that the club has finally been cleared of the unsubstantiated allegations", Penn said.
  • Mandy Moore met fiance on Taylor Goldsmith Instagram

    Mandy Moore met fiance on Taylor Goldsmith Instagram

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    Mandy Moore and musician Taylor Goldsmith have been engaged for nearly two months, and while we've gotten a small glimpse into their future low-key wedding plans , the private couple doesn't often share details of their relationship. I feel like I eloped before and I think I'll probably keep it very small again. Moore says shes never really been the girl who has fantasized about the white dress and the big wedding.
  • Nokia begins beta tests for Android 8.0 Oreo

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    As with any other beta program, you can be the first to try out Oreo for the Nokia phone ahead of others. In other words, Nokia 8 got beta Android 8, which is already available to download for everyone who wants to participate in testing on a free basis.
  • NHS could have 'fended off' WannaCry by taking 'simple steps'

    NHS could have 'fended off' WannaCry by taking 'simple steps'

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    NORTH Korea was behind a the WannaCry cyber hack that crippled the NHS, a minister claimed today . Neither the Department nor NHS England know how many GP appointments were cancelled, or how many ambulances and patients were diverted from the five accident and emergency departments that were unable to treat some patients.
  • Citroen C4 Cactus puts an end to quirkiness

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    The biggest visual change is a relative lack of exterior cladding. Inside, the new C4 Cactus features a very similar layout to the previous auto, and the low-set dashboard retains a fully digital instrument panel, with two screens. Extensive tests were carried out on the acoustics of New C4 Cactus , resulting in the use of thicker glass, modifications to the rear windows, updates to the sealing joints around all the opening panels, the use of an acoustic windscreen and the specification of ...
  • Facebook looks to become your next used auto salesman

    Facebook looks to become your next used auto salesman

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    The marketplace will also include listings from auto dealers, through Facebook's partnerships with Edmunds , Cars.com and a few other vehicle businesses. There's also been 77% growth in unique conversations between buyers and sellers over the first half of this year. "Millions of people in the U.S. alone are looking at used cars, motorbikes, and other vehicle listings every day" he tells me.
  • New gene-editing technique may lead to treatment for thousands of diseases

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    Because no enzyme exists in Nature that will turn an "A" base into a "C" - the key step in the "repeal and replace" manoeuver - the scientists had to create one, a feat they had never attempted. The team started with CRISPR/Cas13, molecular scissors that normally cut RNA. But this variation slices RNA instead. Zhang and colleagues then bolted the A-to-I converting portion of ADAR2 onto CRISPR/Cas13.