The Fox Stands Alone, and the Rest of the Week in Games

Fighting game fans, you can probably guess what's leading the pack in this week's installment of Replay: one of the most exciting events in esports history. Alongside that, there's some long-overdue gameplay for Red Dead Redemption 2, along with a real tragedy for the game preservation community. It's not all…

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Mophie’s new Powerstations have the Apple MFi stamp of approval

Awesome.Image: mophie Belkin isn’t the only one in these parts with an Apple-approved battery pack.  Smartphone accessory manufacturer Mophie announced on Thursday that it’s about to raise the bar by introducing four MFi power packs that are exclusive to Apple. That means Mophie’s Powerstation, Powerstation XXL, Powerstation Plus, and Powerstation…

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Kate Upton announces she is pregnant with her and husband Justin Verlander’s first child

#PregnantinMiami @justinverlander 🌞❤️ A post shared by Kate Upton (@kateupton) on Jul 14, 2018 at 6:19am PDT Upton posted a photo of herself wearing a red pantsuit with a caption: “#PregnantinMiami @JustinVerlander” along with a sun and heart emoji. The supermodel appeared to sport a baby bump.  Verlander, 35, did…

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Its official: Brexit campaign broke the law with social medias help

The UK’s Electoral Commission has published the results of a near nine-month-long investigation into Brexit referendum spending and has found that the official Vote Leave campaign broke the law by breaching election campaign spending limits. It says Vote Leave broke the law including by channeling money to a Canadian data…

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UNC coach under fire over his remarks on football’s link to brain illness

(CNN)University of North Carolina football coach Larry Fedora is under fire after he questioned the validity of studies on a degenerative brain illness that affects players. “I can take the data and I can make it look one way, and you can take the data and make it look another…

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Turnberry: The little bit of Britain that belongs to Donald Trump

(CNN)Away from the protests that have accompanied his visit to Britain and in between diplomatic meetings, US President Donald Trump fitted in a game of golf with his son Eric. READ: The definitive golf course bucket list He was was later pictured playing with his son on Turnberry’s Ailsa course.…

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Facebook under fresh political pressure as UK watchdog calls for ethical pause of ad ops

The UK’s privacy watchdog revealed yesterday that it intends to fine Facebook the maximum possible (£500k) under the country’s 1998 data protection regime for breaches related to the Cambridge Analytica data misuse scandal. But that’s just the tip of the regulatory missiles now being directed at the platform and its ad-targeting…

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Why That “Clean Swimming Pool” Smell Is Actually Really, Really Bad News

It’s recently been reported that scientists have managed to create a test to measure how much urine is in a swimming pool. It seems that peeing in the pool has become commonplace, and even high-profile swimmers have admitted to doing it during rigorous training sessions, arguing that the chlorine “kills…

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Automakers Risk $16 Billion in Fines on EU Emission Breaches

Automakers failing to cut greenhouse gas emissions risk writing a big check to the European Union. Manufacturers ranging from Renault SA to Mercedes-Benz maker Daimler AG are on the hook for total fines in excess of 14 billion euros ($16 billion), should they fail to comply with tighter emission regulation…

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