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With concerts on hold to halt coronavirus spread, the gaming world is increasingly catering to music lovers, with artistes becoming animated performers in virtual realms to the trippy delight of millions.
Ring has immense control over the video that gets archived, uses police departments to spread its influence and governs how police discuss the technology with the public, critics say.
Enduring lockdowns and social distancing is nothing like enduring a world war.
'He was a great dad and grandfather, and the most dedicated husband to Anne for about 62 years. He will be greatly missed. Love you Dad, ' actor Ben Stiller wrote about his dad's passing.
PETALING JAYA: Most students from local higher education institutions who had been stuck in their hostels since March 18, have gone home after permission was granted on April 27. Not Jonathan Nyepa.
Nintendo Co is getting a boost from the Covid-19 lockdown thanks to its smash-hit new game, Animal Crossing: New Horizons. But the unexpected boon of a captive audience differs markedly from the one being enjoyed by Netflix Inc, and the Japanese company’s success needs examining for how well it can keep gamers hooked.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - The days of English football's once notorious drinking culture are long gone and few professionals would now list the once obligatory 'steak and chips' as their favourite meal but things are moving to a different level entirely when it comes to what players used to call 'looking after yourself'.
LONDON (Reuters) - In a motor racing first inspired by mixed doubles tennis, the Extreme E electric off-road series plans to pit male and female drivers against each other in equal numbers and the same machinery when it launches next year.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Defectors from North Korea say many of their relatives and contacts were unaware of the international speculation over leader Kim Jong Un's health or were unwilling to discuss the issue in clandestine calls made from the South.
Albert Camus’ classic novel 'The Plague', published in 1947, is now attracting new generations of readers.