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Worldwide shipments of personal computers sank in the recently ended quarter with a strong US dollar weighing down sales, market tracker Gartner reported.
"America's favourite freedom simulator" is set for an Oct 15 release, as full-blooded action game and straight-faced satire Broforce prepares to storm Mac and PC ahead of a console debut on PlayStation 4.
LJUBLJANA (Reuters) - Slovenia edged closer to a Euro 2016 playoff berth after a 1-1 home draw with Lithuania after two penalties in a Group E match held up for several minutes in the second-half by partial floodlight failure on Friday.
SKOPJE (Reuters) - Ukraine kept alive their hopes of qualifying for Euro 2016 with a 2-0 victory in Macedonia on Friday that moved them level on points with second place Slovakia in Group C and facing a nerve-jangling finale.
NEWCASTLE, England (Reuters) - Holders New Zealand rampaged past Tonga with a 47-9 victory, sealed by a try from Ma'a Nonu on his 100th test appearance, to secure top spot in Pool C of the Rugby World Cup on Friday.
LONDON (Reuters) - England, who reached Euro 2016 last month, comfortably beat Estonia 2-0 at Wembley on Friday to stay on course to complete a qualifying campaign with a 100 percent record for the first time.
LOGRONO, Spain (Reuters) - Spain will bid for an unprecedented third straight continental title after securing their place at Euro 2016 with a game to spare thanks to a 4-0 qualifying victory at home to Group C minnows Luxembourg on Friday.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - Slovakia blew the chance to wrap up qualification for Euro 2016 when they surprisingly lost 1-0 at home to 10-man Belarus after missing a hatful of chances in Group C on Friday.
ERBIL, Iraq (Reuters) - Protesters torched an office of the main political party in Iraq's Kurdish north on Friday after at least one demonstrator was killed in the worst unrest the region has seen for several years.
HOUSTON (Reuters) - One person was fatally shot on Friday and another person was wounded in a shooting an apartment complex adjacent to the campus of Texas Southern University in Houston, and two suspects have been taken into custody, the school said.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Two Beirut residents have been arrested on U.S. charges that they took part in an alleged scheme to help Hezbollah launder drug money, and to funnel thousands of weapons and military parts to criminal groups in Lebanon and Iran, prosecutors in Brooklyn, New York, said on Friday.
SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - McLaren had the vision but Mercedes have the smell of success, as far as Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton is concerned.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Striker Sergio Aguero, injured during Argentina’s shock 2-0 home defeat by Ecuador in a World Cup qualifier, said on Friday he would be out for a month.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Sergei Ignashevich celebrated becoming Russia's most capped player scoring in a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Moldova in Chisinau, which leaves Russia on course to qualify for Euro 2016.
ST GALLEN, Switzerland (Reuters) - Switzerland booked a spot at Euro 2016 after securing a 7-0 victory at home to minnows San Marino on Friday that guaranteed them second place in Group E.
(Reuters) - Sweden captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic struck his seventh goal in seven Euro 2016 qualifiers and missed a penalty as they beat a spirited Liechtenstein 2-0 in their Group G qualifier in Vaduz to claim at least a playoff spot on Friday.
ZURICH (Reuters) - FIFA is discussing delaying the election for its next president, two sources told Reuters, a move that could give Michel Platini more time to appeal against his ban from the game and then stand to replace departing leader Sepp Blatter.
ZURICH (Reuters) - FIFA's Appeal Committee will never face a bigger task than ruling on the suspensions of Sepp Blatter and the man who has been most likely to succeed him as president, Michel Platini.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden's Christian Democrats voted on Friday to push for Sweden to join NATO, meaning all four parties from the centre-right opposition are now in favour of NATO membership while the present red-green coalition government is against.
LONDON (Reuters) - The United States will largely abandon its failed efforts to train moderate Syrian rebels fighting Islamic State, and instead provide arms and equipment directly to rebel leaders and their units on the battlefield, the Obama administration said on Friday.
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