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In Europe political attitudes are changing to Facebook 18 May 12:12pm In Europe political attitudes are changing to Facebook
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The latest fine highlights how the tech giants are no longer seen as constructive but also destructive and obstructive, be it on tax, privacy or competition law
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Is it still worth buying a Windows phone? 18 May 7:31am Is it still worth buying a Windows phone?
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Mike is a happy Windows smartphone user and wants to upgrade to the latest operating system. Is this wise, or is the phone going the way of the BlackBerry? I’ve been using a Microsoft Lumia 640 for the past couple of years and like it a lot. It works well with OneDrive and other Microsoft stuff, and was excellent value too! Looking to upgrade to Windows 10 Mobile, I see there is no longer much choice of phones. I fancy the Lumia 650 and could splash out on a 950, but is this wise? I had an Android phone before that, which gradually ground to a halt, and my daughter uses iPhones, but they aren’t for me. I’m happy with Windows phones, but what’s happening with them? Will they go the way of BlackBerry?
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Arms: how Nintendo is reinventing the motion game for the Switch age 18 May 6:40am Arms: how Nintendo is reinventing the motion game for the Switch age
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Games such as Wii Sports Boxing made players feel like they were in a drunken pub fight, but Nintendo wants to revive the format’s fortunes Motion controls. Punching. Nintendo. For many, these four words will summon the spectre of Wii Sports Boxing with its wildly flailing limbs and drunken pub fight responsiveness. When the company’s new fighting game for the
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Adelaide Crows acquire eSports team in an Australian first 18 May 2:45am Adelaide Crows acquire eSports team in an Australian first
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AFL club’s acquisition of the eSports team forges new links between traditional and online sports
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