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'Hitman Go' lands on PS4, Vita and PC next week
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Hitman Go is an incredible mobile title that launched in 2014 and spawned a new line of subtle strategy games from developer Square Enix Montreal, including Lara Croft Go. Now, the Hitman Go: Definitive Edition is heading to PlayStation 4, Vita and P…

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The spotty death and eternal life of gaming review scores
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Since before GamePro started using cartoon faces to measure “fun factor” back in the ’80s, review scores have been an integral part of the game industry. But there are a few recent signs that the practice of sticking a number or a letter grade at the end of review text may be losing some of […]

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Health-tech incubator Matter teams up with insurance giant
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In an interview, Addison McGuffin, Health Care Service's vice president of information technology strategy and innovation, said the insurer can offer its decades of experience to startups looking to solve problems in the medical industry, such as …

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Missing Richard Simmons Is Gripping. And Also Kinda Icky
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If a person goes looking for someone who doesn’t want to be found, is that really a mystery worth solving? The post Missing Richard Simmons Is Gripping. And Also Kinda Icky appeared first on WIRED.

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The best home espresso machines for sale right now     – CNET
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Looking for a home espresso machine in 2019? The Breville Barista Express is still the best deal.

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Asus updates the T100, now with USB Type-C, lower price …
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With school laptop buying season only a few months away (if you can believe it), we're not surprised to see a few new computers make their way out for not just the holiday season, but also as a massive precursor to the back …

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Nokia's nostalgia trap: Avoiding getting stuck in the past     – CNET
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With the 3310, Finnish startup HMD got a stunt to get people to notice its Nokia comeback story. Now comes the hard part.

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“Fixed mindsets” might be why we don’t understand statistics
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Enlarge / The wrongful conviction of Sally Clark for the murder of her two sons is a famous case of misuse of statistics in the courts. (credit: Chris Young, PA Images/Getty Images) In 1999, an English solicitor named Sally Clark went on trial for the murder of her two infant sons. She claimed both succumbed […]

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Two previously unknown 'cavities' found in Giza's Great Pyramid     – CNET
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Non-invasive scanning technologies have revealed that the Great Pyramid still has significant secrets, 4,500 years after it was built.

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