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Who wants to search for hashtags when you can just succumb to the soothing motion of the endless scroll? This may help cut down on the spam concerns mentioned above, as (provided the algorithm works correctly) you'll only see the best content from each hashtag you follow.
  • PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Control Scheme Unveiled for Xbox One

    PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Control Scheme Unveiled for Xbox One

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    PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' controversial camel toe was apparently an accident. PUBG is now a console exclusive on Xbox One and looks like it will remain that way for quite a while. PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is 5.24 GB on Xbox One. PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds will be available through the Xbox Game Preview program starting December 12, and its full release on PC is coming December 20.
  • Right whales facing extinction after 17 die this year, scientists say

    Right whales facing extinction after 17 die this year, scientists say

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    This year of high mortality among the right whales has been complicated by poor reproduction rates. According to Phys.org, John Bullard, the Northeast regional administrator from NOAA, says that the United States and Canada need to consider the very real possibility of extinction for these animals, and enact regulation to ensure these massive, rare marine mammals persist in Earth's oceans.
  • This controversial 'bullying' remark really annoyed fans of I'm A Celebrity

    This controversial 'bullying' remark really annoyed fans of I'm A Celebrity

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    Iain came third before Jamie and then Toff, who was crowned the victor, and Amir even interrupted his exit interview to claim he wasn't a bully . We're not bullies mate. Amir lied and said it was Iain's idea to eat the treat, which led to the radio host being treated differently in camp. From THAT Myleene Klass bikini to Jordan's cornrows in the shower here are our favourites.
  • Potential treatment for Huntington's disease discovered

    Potential treatment for Huntington's disease discovered

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    Brain scan of a patient with Huntington's disease. Researchers from University College London have tested a drug that can be injected into the spinal fluid to silence the gene responsible for generating the protein that causes damage to brain cells among people affected by the neurodegenerative disease.
  • Google Maps to Now Show Users Final Destination on Buses/Trains

    Google Maps to Now Show Users Final Destination on Buses/Trains

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    The real-time updates will be given while a user is are on his/her transit journey and the updates will appear in the Google Maps app. The latest update makes things even simpler as Google Maps gives you live guidance and interactive real-time notifications during your journey.
  • NASA's Kepler space telescope makes discovery using machine learning from Google

    NASA's Kepler space telescope makes discovery using machine learning from Google

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    Furthermore, recent reports have revealed that NASA cited Google's machine learning played a pivotal role in the highly anticipated discovery . Kepler completed its prime mission in 2012 and went on to collect data for an additional year in an extended mission. In 2014, Kepler began a new exoplanet-hunting mission, K2, which has confirmed the existence of 178 exoplanets to date.
  • Street Fighter V's Season 3 Characters Revealed

    Street Fighter V's Season 3 Characters Revealed

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    Sakura will be joined by fellow legacy characters Blanka, Cody and Sagat , along with newcomers Falke and G. Falke has appeared in Ed's Story Mode cutscenes, with her standing at his side during the formation of Neo Shadaloo, whilst G appears to be some hobo Abraham Lincoln cosplayer.