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Weekly PC download charts: Civ VI: Rise And Fall, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Steep

The first sizable expansion for grand strategy Civilization VI, advance purchases for the first ambitious medieval adventure from Warhorse Studios, and the first Winter Olympics-themed for a snow sports simulation fly high in our round-up of PC download charts for Feb 12.

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Intel becomes top Olympic partner after McDonald's split

Just days after splitting with long-term sponsor McDonald's, the International Olympic Committee said Wednesday it had signed a partnership deal with technology giant Intel.

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Pokemon craze challenges Rio Games for popularity

Forget beach volleyball, soccer or tennis, not to mention the steeplechase or discus. Pokemon Go is challenging the Olympics for most popular game among some young Brazilians.

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Pokémon Go creators launch game in Rio ahead of Games

Creators of Pokémon Go said on Aug 3 the blockbuster mobile game has been released in Brazil just in time for the Rio Olympics which start on Aug 5.

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Room prices rocket in Rio as landlords dig for Olympic gold

With hotels mostly booked, landlords are charging a pretty penny for tourists still seeking accommodation in Rio de Janeiro for the Olympics in August – asking as much as US$2,305 (RM9,456) per night for a three-bedroom apartment far from venues and beaches.

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Get around Rio with Google's indoor maps of the 2016 Olympic venues

Google has announced on its blog that it is making additions and updates to Google Maps to ensure that Olympics fans, visitors and Rio residents can easily get around the city once the Olympic torch arrives this summer.

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Beijing official says Chinese have no need for blocked websites

If Beijing is successful in its bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics then foreigners who attend will get uncensored Internet access, but this isn't an issue for Chinese who "don't like" sites like Facebook and Twitter, an official said.