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May
2016

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare hits Nov. 4 with space fighters, watch the video [Update]

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare launches worldwide Friday, Nov. 4, bringing with it high-speed space fighters and a war against the "settlement defense front."

The game, which is being developed by Infinity Ward, immerses players in a war that "for the first time in franchise history, extends beyond the reaches of Earth into the vast expanse of our solar system." The title is launching on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.

A remastered version of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is also being worked on for current generation consoles and will be included in Infinite Warfare's special editions.

"This year, we're both honoring the heritage of Call of Duty while taking players to incredible new heights," said Eric Hirshberg, CEO of...

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May
2016

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare hits Nov. 4 with space fighters, watch the video

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare launches worldwide Friday, Nov. 4, bringing with it high-speed space fighters and a war against the "settlement defense front."

The game, which is being developed by Infinity Ward, immerses players in a war that "for the first time in franchise history, extends beyond the reaches of Earth into the vast expanse of our solar system." The title is launching on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.

A remastered version of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is also being worked on for current generation consoles and will be included in Infinite Warfare's special editions.

"This year, we're both honoring the heritage of Call of Duty while taking players to incredible new heights," said Eric Hirshberg, CEO of...

Continue reading…

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May
2016

Slow App Store downloads? Try this

The App Store is a place where you can find useful apps for your Mac or iOS devices all in one place. You simply search for something you want to download, and with the tap of a button you can empower your device with more capabilities. Despite how great it is, intermittent internet issues can […]

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May
2016

How infecting carp with herpes can help save dying river systems

Once the carp are infected with CyHV-3, the virus multiplies over the next seven days or ...

When carp were first introduced into Australia in the mid-19th century, acclimatizing settlers hoped the freshwater fish would bring a taste of home to their food and recreational activity down under. Today, these pests are running riot across the country's waterways, seriously compromising the health of its rivers and native species. The Australian government is now moving to cut populations through the controlled release of carp-specific herpes virus, which it says is capable of killing individual fish off within 24 hours.

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Category: Environment

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May
2016

Tiny House Village lets you try out small living for size

Staying in a tiny house in the village will set you back from US$129, per night

The idea of living in a tiny house can seem pretty appealing, but the reality of day-to-day life in such a small space obviously isn't for everyone. Those looking to dip a toe into the small living movement and see if it's for them have a new option in the form of a new tiny house vacation village near Portland, Oregon.

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Category: Tiny Houses

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May
2016

Wearable climbing tracker elevates your alpine performance

Whipper allows climbers to track things like pace, vertical foot gain and incline

The use of wearable computers is certainly on the up, and that's exactly where the Whipper will be headed if its rock-climbing creators have their way. The activity tracker monitors users' performance as they ascend gym walls and mountain peaks, offering stats and coaching feedback to help take their technique to new heights.

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Category: Outdoors

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May
2016

3D printing goes to war

A Tornado aircraft has already flown with 3D -printed Parts

From the bow to the bunker buster to the hydrogen bomb, new technologies have changed the face of warfare, and 3D printing looks set to be just as revolutionary. It's been around since the 1980s, but as key patents expire and access to the technology becomes more readily available, its effects on the military promise to be considerable – though the biggest and most immediate impact may be from a surprisingly humble quarter.

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Category: 3D Printing

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