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The bizarre Russian free-to-play version of Halo 3 has been cancelled

Halo Online, the PC free-to-play shooter based on Halo 3, has been cancelled.
The news was announced via the game’s Russian VK social media page, which was noticed by Gamasutra. 23 more words


How rival challenger bank Starling pranked Mondo on day new name Monzo was unveiled

When I wrote “it’s game on” after Mondo became the last of the four British challenger banks to secure a banking license earlier this month, I didn’t think competitor Starling Bank would take my words quite so literally. 20 more words


Manufacture of Plastics See Great Future due to Joint Research by ExxonMobil and Georgia Institute

Scientists from ExxonMobil and the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a new revolutionary technology that can significantly reduce the amount of energy and emissions associated with manufacturing plastics. 117 more words

Chemicals & Materials

One battery to rule them all: new tech lets your mobile devices share battery power

Do you ever feel like you spend your whole day worrying about battery life? Between a camera, laptop, smart watch, fitness tracker and mobile phone, the average technology enthusiast has to charge at least five devices on a regular basis – often more. 11 more words


3Novices:Once a jolly SwagBot: Ageing Aussie drovers go high-tech

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Mustering cattle across rugged terrain and wide open spaces, Australia’s newest drover is a far cry from a man with a big hat, a horse and fancy boots. 13 more words


"Brain-Controlled Bionic Legs Are Finally Here"

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3Novices:Where does AlphaGo go?

On March 15, 2016, Lee Sodol, an 18-time world champion of the ancient Chinese board game Go, was defeated by AlphaGo, a computer program. The event is one of the most historic in the field of artificial intelligence since Deep Blue bested chess Grandmaster Garry Kasparov in the late 1990s. 47 more words